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26 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

THE CORN TRADE. CORN-EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE-FRIDAY, JAN. 21..
26 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY CORN RETURNS. From the Gazette of Friday, January 21. • Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rae. Beans. Sold___qrs. 111,552 92,318 21,972

WEEKLY CORN RETURNS. From the Gazette of Friday, January 21. • Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rae. Beans. Sold___qrs. 111,552 92,318 21,972

189 5,984 2,476 s. d. s. d. a. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Weekly average, Jan. 15--- 45 10 29 10 18 7 30 8 34 8 30 7 - Jan. 46 0 29 8 18 6 29 1 34 8 32 5 - Jan 46 7 29 8 18 9 29 7 85 0 32 9 - Dee. 45 11 29 9 16 6 29 4 34 11 32 4 - Dec. t 8 43 10 29 9 18 5 29 2 34 6 32 0 - Dee. 11 42 1
26 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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26 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On the 21st inst., at Tor-grove, near Plymouth, at the residence of her father the wife of the Rev. Edward Pickard Cambridge, Rector of Waniwell, Dorsetshire , prematurely of twins, who only survived a few hours. On the 20th inst., at Edinburgh, Mrs. John Cowan, Valleyfield, Pen
26 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
CONT

CONT

Page, . . 241 1 ' .. 242 I .. '243 .. 244 .. 245 .. 2461
02 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
1853. 6 to 61- 61

1853. 6 to 61- 61

1853. 6 to 61 Wo know nothing to justify the rise in price, better than the fact that Manchester spinners contrive to get it, and rather more, out of ' their customers. They have an advance on high numbers of 2d. per on middling, to ;on low, Ito 11; which fully covers, tut taking
02 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC COMPANIES. TUE HIMALAYA. TEA. CULTIVATION COMPANY.

PUBLIC COMPANIES. TUE HIMALAYA. TEA. CULTIVATION COMPANY.

'The cultivation of tea has long been confined to certain districts of China, an the produce of the tea plantations has formed the chief article of export from tha t empire. The East India Company lately encouraged the growth of the tea plan t Assam, and we believe with consider
02 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SCIENTIFIC NOTICES. BRITISH ARCH/EOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

SCIENTIFIC NOTICES. BRITISH ARCH/EOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

At the ordinary meeting, held on Wednesday evening last, the chair was taken -by Mr. Thomas J. Pettigrew, F.S.A. Nine new associates were elected. A number of objects of great interest were exhibited, amongst which, by Mr. Haywood, the surveyor of pavements of the city of London
02 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE ALBION.

THE ALBION.

Colonel Rawlinson was the first individual who had been able to make out any of the characters of these inscriptions. He first observed that a mark like a web or arrow head was of frequent occurrence, and conjectured what has since been found to be the case—that it was used for
02 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England