IPSWICH,

... ,g £afterda~y, March so, le85l. ?? ie The High Sheriff of Suffolk, (Frederick Barne, Esq.), e has appointed the Rev. Richard Gooch, Rector of Fros. tenden, to be his Chaplain. THE VISIT OF TH ...

MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS

... MAtR AND (CIT NIVEWS. MONDAY. Tie Fnglish Funds ?? heavy to-day, at a lfle upoll thle closing prices of Saturday. There dealinet a large amount of business transacted. S I ol ,enE~d at 86-i to 87, and ...

Imperial Parliaments

... BOUSE of COMMONS, May 28. Upon the motion of Major Beretford, it was resolved that the house rising should adjourn over Wednesday (the Derby meet at noon on Thursday, for the fir ...

PARLIAMENT LAST NIGHT

... SECOND EDITION. MR. DISRAELI'S MOTION. HOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY. Mr. DI9RAELI rose to move the following resolutions That the whole of the local taxation of the country for na ...

RAILWAY NOTABILIA

... gazette. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Railway Share Market. —London. —The price of shares is hardly so full as at our last report, a considerable reaction having taken place on the top prices o ...

Boyal Agricultural Society of I-ogland

... The half-yearly general meeting of the members was held on Saturday, at the Society's House, Hanover Square, to re- ceive tbe reports of tbe councd and auditor ...

Published: Friday 21 December 1849
Newspaper: Essex Standard
County: Essex, England
Type: Article | Words: 8207 | Page: Page 1, 2 | Tags: mary may  poisoning 

IPSWICH, Saturday, March 10, 1849

... Tux CHAcS.-The Suffolk Fox Hounds meet on Mon. day, March 12, ?? Lion; on Thursday, the 15th, at Finborough-hall. Each day at half.past 10 o'clock. The Essex and Suffolk Fox.Hounds meet on Tuesday. Ma ...

Published: Saturday 10 March 1849
Newspaper: The Ipswich Journal
County: Suffolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 6326 | Page: Page 2, 3 | Tags: News  poisoning 

JENNY LIND IN NEW YORK

... JENNY LIND I NEW YORK. I -~~n states revresnt It SnCeKi~Cc Outs from the UnitLeda s M - ' the excitement whieb attended diminished. Every aIt, having increased rather than iiihd eyat m eis lleit ?? ge ...

TO CORRESPONDENTS

... The letter 0/Rate-pave*, on the Colclwster Commissioners and the lighting of Uie new streets, is, with ollu-r communications, unavoidably postponed ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... MR. HUME'S REFORM MOTION. The debate on this motion was resumed on Thursday, by Mr. B. Osborne, who supported the motion. Mr. Sergeant Talfovkd said, that although from an early p ...

NISI tiiilib COUET

... The business of this Court commenced on Tuesday morn- ing, before Mr. Babon Pabke, the cause list containing nine- teen causes. An undefended action upon bdls of exchange given by ...