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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS. What do you think of the Exhibition* ?—A Collection of the best Descriptions and Criticisms, from the leadiug journals, concerning the Exhibition —building, contents, arrangements, <tc. Edited Robert Kempt. With portraits of the late Prince Consort, the Roy.
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
ART AND SCIENCE.

ART AND SCIENCE.

The ■ International Exhibition. The Saturday j attendances at the building now show rapid tendency to decrease as they did the same period of the year in ISSI. It is evident that the time is faat approaching j when Saturday must be made shilling-day, if only for j the sake of th
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CONFEDERATE RAM ARKANSAS.

THE CONFEDERATE RAM ARKANSAS.

The Confederate States seem to have energetic engineers. They have b'liifc Mississippi new steam ram, called the Arkansas, which the 14th of July delied toe whole Federal fleet. Fifteen Federal gunboats, mounting guns, were lying just above Vicksburg, wheu the Arkansas ste; med
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
DIARY AND APPOINTMENTS.

DIARY AND APPOINTMENTS.

FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. FRIDAY, AIOUST 15. # Sale of Hotm, a. ke .by Henry Brown, in the Dol" •' phin Inn Yard, at Two. Day of Merideu Arcberj Meeting, and Ball at the Forest Hall. SATURDAY, August 16. ttareaaa Special Eicuraion to Lon.lon, Half-pait Nine. SUNDAY. ACCOST 17. after
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MONTHLY SILK CIRCULARS.

MONTHLY SILK CIRCULARS.

(Duraut- and Co.'s Circular.—August 8, 1862. We have a quiet market in Silk. Cheap money and the idea of possible difficulty in supply from China have prevented anxiety sell and consequently any fall in prices, but have not had the effect to induce any desire to purchaso the par
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT

BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT

——*v* vvvm. Monday, August 11. (Before Mr. Registrar Waterfield.) In re J. Deacon, jun., Coventry, cabinet maker. —first sitting. Mr. Manley, of Coventry, WM appointed the official assignee to manage this estate. In re T. Hainan, late of Coventry, printer.— Adjourned first sitti
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Max s Heath.—This retired spot, the confines of the four counties of Warwick, Leicester, Derby, and Stafford, (rind often the

Max s Heath.—This retired spot, the confines of the four counties of Warwick, Leicester, Derby, and Stafford, (rind often the

resort, iu days of yore, for prize fights,) has for some time past been disputed point as to which parish it should belong, and after an appeal to the Po »r Law Board the Commissioners have decided on its forming parish of itself, to belong to the At her tone division of County
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

Cambridge University.—The following gentlemen are tbe select preachers appointed by the Uiii▼eraity of Cambridge for the ensuing academical year:—The Rev. Dr. Hewson, Liverpool ; the Rev. Dr. Vanghan, the Rev. T. D;ile, Canon of St. Paul's; the Rev. F. J. Jamesou, Tutor of St. C
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL.

COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL.

The quarterly meeting of the City Council, and the Local Board of Health, was held in St. Mary's Hall, on Tuesday la9t. In the absence of the Mayor, Aldennan Lyues presided. Present— Aldermen Banbury, Jenkins, Lynes, Newsome, Sargeant, Scainptou, and H. Soden ; Councillors Josep
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CORKESPONDENCE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. RED-LANE CHI'RCH SCHOOLS. Sir, —It is generally supposed that the proceeds the late meeting the

CORKESPONDENCE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. RED-LANE CHI'RCH SCHOOLS. Sir, —It is generally supposed that the proceeds the late meeting the

Corn Exchange left a large balance in favour of lted-lane School*, &e. Such report calculated chill the genorosity of those who might hereafter be induced to the Church and Schools. I should be obliged to you therefore to have the goodness state that although every one at the Co
15 August 1862 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England