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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 May 1854

e nolw tte kln Eime CLARK H. GREEN, . I T1I TLD aiWILTIIL AND IHtgBAL iFTEUSM ONE DOLLAR PERANKuM IXVARIATLY IN ADVANCE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. V VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1854. NO. 10. TALLY St MATTHFWS. CABINET MAKERS. Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neat-. est and moat fashionable style, andVifr. om tn beat matcnalsall kinds otiri Fcshtus. Pirt'ci'ar attention paid to making CorriNa. Alao Patent Afcfalic Cojfint kept conetantly on hand. September 2, 1852. TIIOS. SHAC'HEEFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO., WILL practice in the Courts of Howard. Sa- lineCooper, Randolph and Charitoncoun tiea. ICS" Office on first street. W. H. 8WITZEER. Attorney a! I. nv . Ilmn-vi ccU . Mo. Pn a funiMi . t- i a i i RACTICES la the Courts of Char.tr,,, and ad ioiniM counties, and pays prompt attention to !h. rolUet nn of eUim. r.urll. A. F. DENNY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. LOUIS, MO., W1" fWrFpi attention t0 a" bu,ine,feI" . . .. Offii,i.tti th no...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 May 1854

ri'Bl ISIII.T' tvr.RT THURSDAY MORNING 11V t I. s.c k II. liUH A, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 3trserlptlons promptly discontinued attrn expiration ot the tunc paid for.J) AovsraTtsiMtXTslaserted at tlTe nsualrates. J liberal liscouiitto yearly Advertiseis. JOB WOEK. Of every descr plion.promply executed at short notice on re tsonable termi. . AO E NTS. V. B. Palm ca is our only authorised Agenlin aw Yjflt, Bjj.onand Philadelphia. C Bjaudkan, Linrieus. O. H BjuKciiart, Huntsville. Thos. G. Sharp. Blooinington. James Flore. Fiuretta. J. H. Plkvv, Pe'iny's P. 0. Powell Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson. Marshall. W. J. IIorselv. Keytesville. O. H. Hobble. Trenton. y P ntrnasters generally areauthori-rd to re ceive m Miles for subscription or adveitiidnc. v(T" V'l Kto nts are requested tn rcmii by mail whenever thev have convenient amounts. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT. JAS. J. LINDLEY. Glasgow, missourl Thursday Morning, Kay 4, 1854. E. E. Meeting in Keytesville. A Enilro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 May 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMKS. Tf TTTUSOAV VK) AT V Latest JYews. By Telegraph. Mail and Hirer. Arrival of the Pacific Ntw Yoaa, May 1. The Pacifio ar rived this morning with date to the 19th. There is no new incidr.nt in the war except that five Russian merchantmen were taken in the Baltic. Flour hai further advanced. Pittsbubo, May 1. River 12 feet 6 in ch eo, falling. N. OfcttAff, April 29. Mess Pork, $13 25; Bacon sides 6; shoulders 6. Frankfurt. Ky., April 29. A fire last night destroyed 17 houses on Main street. BIOOMINGTON CONVENTION. A. W. FLOURNOY NOMINATED. We are under especial obligations to Cap tain Hvrryford. or Chariton, for the follow ing particulars of the action of the Conven tion at Bloomington, las'. Monday. The following counties were represented: Adair, Chariton, Howard, Linn, Macon, Randolph, Shelby, Livingston and Sullivan. Entire vote present, 4,098 vote of the District, 6,975 necessary to a choice, 3,-488. Capt. Hancock Jackson, of Randolph, presided over the Conven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 May 1854

Spain - Scandalous and Curious Disclo sures'. M iubip, March 30. It 1, stn'eil that the ex-Queen id' tlie French, now at Seville, has tor some time been nrriinging n innrrinpe between o Prince of the House of Cobnrr; (llie Ri)tnnn Cstho lie branch, tt is presumed) nnd n daughter of the Infante D ID Fruneisci de Paula. The iiffiinced pair were to meet for the first time at Seville, during the approaching sol emnities of the holy week. It would ap pear, however, that difficulties have arisen in the way of the match, and these are snp posed from the recent marriage of the lath er of the bride with n woman of infamous character, too well known at Madrid by the name of Teressa Redimdo. For some years past the connexion be tween this woman ant) the uncle ofthe Queen was notorious, and so scandalous that Don Frnnrico do Paula's dattghters were re moved to the Palace from their fathers resi dence at the Retiro, where has since lived with this woman, for whom he is tuildinp a tnngnificicnt h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 May 1854

CLARK EL GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. j ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ) VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1854. NO. 11. TALLY &. MATTHEWS, 1 SUM T MAKEUP, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. Wili. make to order, in the ncal-.s. est and most fashionable stylo, and vig From the lir-l material-all kinds orcll FURNlTl'nE. Particular attention paid to making Cokfins. Also Patent Metalic Coffint kept constantly on ' hand. September 2, 1852. THOS. SIIA( Rr.I.FORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. GLASGOW, MO nandolpli Houbo, Main Strkkt, Huntsvillf., Missoubi. I.. Mi l Tilt It. Proprietor rpHE public are informed that I have open I nd a commodious house for the acconi- Jation of travelers and boarders, which shal kept in a style inferior to none and superior to r . t. n . t tfawriiri most in rne country. November 17th, 1853. iall he L. HE ETHER S E. BRUNSWICK HOU Bv IV. Harry. THE subscriber has removed his Hotel to the two laree and commodious buildings on itreet, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 May 1854

PCSLISHtD EVERt fHOfttDAY MORRlRli BY HUH 11. UKEtN, AT ONE DOLLAR PtR ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ileJT Subscriptions promptly discontinued atthe expirauon oi meiimepaiu iur. gry BTKTiitMKNTsinserted at the ujuslratrs. libera, liscountto yearly Advertisers. J B WOHX, Uf ivary Jjs-r p ion, irotnply executed at short n lice on reasonaoie terms. AGENTS. V. B Palmes is ourouly authorised Agenlin Maw t irk. Bjstcinand Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneus. O. II Burkchart, Huntsville. Thos. O. Sharp, nioomington. James Flori, Floretta. J. H Pinky, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. HoRSELV,Keytesville. O. H. Hobble. Trenton, py Putmsstersgenerallyareauthorised to re eeive -ninies for subscription or advertifing. jT V'l ients are requested to remit by muii whenever they have convenient amounts. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT. JAS. J. LTNDLEY. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, l ay 11, 18C4. 2"Old Chahiti.n ' next week. Tin Banner' New Platform, vs. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 May 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1854. Cj)t (lasgoto Cimcs. JThe Cholera in Brunswick wns con fined to one Tohncro Fnclnry, anil wns brt.uirhl on by imprudence in ealinij mid drinking. It has subsided, and the plaoe is lietiltliy. JJ"Tlie river is stationary, with from four to five feet water in the channel, from here down. Boat have more difficult y at Hill's Lending than any other point. !TJiBo;its from above report the country gttiettltf healthy. The emigrant have mostly left the settlements. 23The St. Joseph papers state that a number oT fumilies have nlready settled in the New Territory opposite that point. j3The Polar Star, down yesterday eve ning, had 0:1 board some of the inhabitants of Nebraska, en route for Washington, to sell out to Uncle Sam. Col. S. H. Woodson passed down the river a few days since, on hii way to Ken tucky. Hon. A W. L imb. in reply to numerous letters soliei ing him to become a candidate for reelection in the Second Congressional Distric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 May 1854

THE SA.KBA.Tli BkLL. BY t)LUj COOK.. Peal on, peal on I love to hear The old Church ding-dong soft nr..! rlcar; The welcome sounds i.re doubly blest With future hopes and earthly reft; Yet where no calling changes found To spread their cheering echo? round) There's not a place where man may dwell, Cut he can hear a Sabbath bell. Go to the winds, where winter', song Hurt-Is like a famished wolf along; Or when ti c south winds scarcely turn The light leave, of the tri mbliug fern .Mlliough no cloister chimes ring there, The heart is called to f;iith and prayer; For all creation's voices till The tidings of the Sabbath bell. Go to the billows, let them pnur In gentle calm and headlong roai ; Let the vast ocean be thy home, I'll ul't find a G"d upon the foam; In ripling swell or stormy roll, The crystal waves shall wake thy soul, Anil thou Shalt feel the hallowed spell Of the wide watei's Sabbath bell. The lark upon his skyward way, The robin on the hedge row spray, The bee within the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 May 1854

I rjr ii rst Is CLARK II. GREEN, ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. DITOR AXO PROPRIETOR. VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1854. NO. 12. TALLY &. MATTHEWS, AHINI.T MAKEItS, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. Wilt, make to order, in the neal-, est and most IV hiouahlc style. aiidVjL- jfrom tlie host materialsall kinds offTl Particular attention paid to makine CorriNS. Also Patent Mitotic Cfffini kept constantly on hand. September 2, IS52. THOS. SIS ". 1 Ei. I. I.D'Oll 1$, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO., ITT'ILT. practice in the Courts of Howard, Sa VV line. Cooper;. Randolph and Charitoncoun ties. Office on first street. W. H. NWITXI.MI, Attorney nl l,ti . Ilriiiiswick, Mo. PR ACTICES in the Courts of Chariton and ad X. joining counties, and pays prompt attention to the collection of claims. augll. A. F. DENNY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. LOUIS, MO., WILL live prompt attention to all businessen-'ni-ted to him. """Otlice in the new Post Office buildings. May...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 May 1854

ri'ULIMlII) KVKBY THVMDAV MORNING flv CI.1KK H. UREGN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions promptly discontinued atthe expiration ol the time paid for.JJ AovKKTiasMENTsinserted at the usualrates. A liberal discountto yearly Advertiaera. JOB WORK, Uf avtry description, promply executed at short notice on reasonable terins. AGENTS. V. D. Pai.me is our only authorised Agentin Sew York, Bostonand Philadelphia. C. Boakdman, Linneus. G. H. Bubkch abt, Huntarille. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. James Flore. Florctta. J. H. Pemnv, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Horsely, Keytesville. O. H. Hubble, Trenton, fpy .istma iters generally areauthoriscd to re eeive ra mies for subscription or advertising. iTAIl Agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. FOR CON GKF.SS THIRD DISTRICT, JAS. J. LINDLEY. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, May 18, 1854. Things to be Recollected. It is entirely useless a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 May 1854

lt (iSIasgoto Ones. 'r'Tlic Aacssor i mnkine the Annual unit for our city. We suggest the I se'ure of the Black Warrior, it will advo roprlaty ol hia milling an adJilionnl column ' cn,e ,ne immediate blockade of Cuba. 1 Ms book, and entering the price at which property i held along side of the valuation. It is thought the two columns would foot up' on ,0 morrnw nt 12 o'clock. It was dis very differently. I cussed, and much confusion ensued. Mr. 33-The U. I? Jno. Bell and S. river yesterday. Snag Boats, A. H. Sevier, L,,,P' Pas,e'' "P ,lle 1 he Thus. II. Benton is be'ow, and will be up in a ft w days. 35The steamer Pike, one of tho Louis ville and St. Louis mail boats, sunk last week between St. Louis and Cape Girardeau. Several lives lost. TrHemp has declined a little in St. Loui. Last sales, $164 to $1(58. Hackled $220. Tobacco, 4(3,80 to $7,75. Wheat, $1.30, to $1,50, and $1,55. Bacon, Shoulders, 4j; hams 6J; clear sides, 6i. 2JWalkcr's expedition against Lower California, has bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 May 1854

Maj. Gat' wood Rejected. The St. Louis Intelligencer siiys " Y e regret to learn that Mnj. Gatcwood, who successfully m-potiftted with iheTndinn tribes ol' Nebrakn. lately confirmed by the Sen ate, has been rejected on nomination toll .it body ns Indian Agent. Of course, this is done at tho instigation id the Head of the Indian Department the jealous and eot'temp'iblc. Mniinypenny. He never could forgive Maj. Gatcwood, his sub onHfwtdj for tiegolratitig treaties wfitfrt he had on!) made l.imself ridiculous by his bed and flower feasts and his shilly-shally pow wowing. We hope Maj. Gatewood may remain in Nebraska. The people ol that territory will remember and honor him, while tho name of Miiunypuuuy will be lost among the bad coppers of political commerce. Oen Ti:BBiToniE3. The following ter ritories of the United Slates now remain to bo - organized into States: New Mexico, 130,77-1 square miles; Indian, or K'insas, 187.1 71 : Miimcsntii. KH 0D(k Qmm -,r,,l Washington, 341,466; Utah...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 May 1854

e i m at CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. mmm to if mi r rirrm ri crunrr r p ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ) INVARIAIiLY IN ADVANCE. r". VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1854. NO. ia. TALLY &. MATTHEWS, vi:is r MAKERS, Corner second and Marketsts., Glasgow. vVtl.I. make to order, in the neat- est and most fashionable style, amlc from tlie best matenalsall kinds 01 111 FlTRNITURK. I Particular attention paid to making Corrivs. Also faUnt MSttaltc Coffint kept constant! on hand. September 2, 1832. thou, sn w ni.i.roitiK ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO. , WILL practice in the Courts of Howard. Sa line. Cooper, Randolph and Charitoncoun ties. CPS' Office on first street. W II. 8WITZI.ER. Attornryat Law, nruuswick. Mo. PRACTICES in the Courts of Chariton and ad joining counties, and pays prompt attention to tli collection of claims faugH. A. jf". UE.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. LOUIS, MO., TriLLgive prompt attention to all biisincsscn- trusted to him. jyO:lice in the new Post O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 May 1854

J GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1854. PTJBLI SITED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING BY CLARK H. GREEN, .Vt &1 Per Annum, INVARIABLY IN AD VANCE. fly Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.gj ADVERTISEMENTS Inserter! at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of every description promptly executed t abort notice, on reasonable terms. A GENT S. V. B. Palmer is pur only authorised Agent in New York, Boston nnd Philadelphia. C. Bo a riDM an. Lumens. G. H. Bi-rckhart, Huntsville Wavi and & Co., Roanoke. Tnos. G. Shad... Bluomington. James Flork. Floretta. J. II. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powem. & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. .T. Horshlv, Keytesville. G. H. Hi'Dble, Trenton. Postmasters generally are authorised to re ceive moneys for subscription or advertising. 35" All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. 'fOR'cINgI JAS. J. LINDLEY. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thurs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 May 1854

tyi (glasgoto Cimcs. Rev. Mr. Bef.be, of Brunswick, Will prcacli in the Presbyterian Church in this place, next Sabbath. Blakely Family Concert. The Blakely Family came down yester day on the Polar Star, and will favor our citizens with a Concert, before they leave, of which due notice will be given. All who heard them on the occasion of their previous visit, will goto hear them again;and we ad vise those who did not, to go by all means. It is seldom so gifted and talented a compa ny visits our section, and the lovers of music should not let the opportunity to hear them pass. If" The first volume of Col. Benton's Book is out, and Mr. Lusk, the Agent. wit' furnish subscribers with copies in a few days. The first volume contains over 700 pages. Lf"To-morrow afternoon look out for the P.clipte. ! 1 St. LOVII Market. Hemp, 140 to 65. Hackled, $220. Tobacco, $4 05 to $10 60 ranging from lugs to manufac-' luring. Wheat, $1 95 to $1 50. Hiveb. The river is in line coiiditiun, but fulling. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 May 1854

The Long Session Two Fights Washington, May 13. Al 114 o'clock, Mr. Richardson HMltAin that the Nehruskaiies. yielded, and mo ved an adjournment. Intense excitement ensued. Mr. Hunt, of La., appealed earnestly for adjournment to Monday, to allow time for reflection. Mr. Culhim, of Tenn., responded. Mr. Phelps, of Georgia, said that Mr. Hunt would nive no guarantee for the good faith of the faction opposed to business) and went on to oancuiioo Willi severalty the N. York call tor a meeting. Mr. Seward, pfUeprgin, moved an ad journment to Monday, Mr, Campbell, of Ohio, protested with great excitement of manner, that lie would resist to the bitter end. Mr. LMmiinson, of Virginia, advanced to Mr. Lampbell, attempted to throw oft" l is cont, and fiercely declared thai hi would have the liifht now. Campbell stood pre pared for the contest. Loud cries of order, order, and Sergeant at-Arms, when Dr. Aiken und Mr. Dean of New York, interposed. The Sergeant at-Arras rushed forward with the ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 June 1854

1 1 kip imc CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854. NO. 14. TALLY &. MATTHEWS, CABINET MAKERS, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. WlLL make to order, in the neM-x est and most fashionable style, a.lvL from the best materialsall kinds of IT! Fuhniturk. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Mctalic Coffins kept constantly on hand. September 2, 1852. THOS. SHACKELFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO., WILL practice in the Courts of Loward, Sa line, Cooper, Randolph and Charitoncoun ties. Office on first street. IT. H. SHITZIJ H. Attorney at Law, Brunswick, Mo. PRACTICES in the Courts of Chariton and ad joining counties, and pays prompt attention to the collection of claims. augll. A. F. 8!: Y . ATTORNEY AT ST. LOUIS, MO., LAW, Vy ILL give prompt attention to all businesses iatc 9tan,i ov er my head, I hope the traveling pub VLi2n !l n tnm L 1 1- , hc will giv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 June 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854. 5. PrBLISHKD EVBRY THTRBDAY MORNING BY CLARK H. GREEN, J. t sjll Per jA.txxxxxi, tNVJMtJLBLV IK .iDr.iNCF.. (jy Subscriptions promptly discontinued nt the expiration ot the time paid lox.Jgfa ADTERT18E HESTS Inserted ot the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WOltK Of every description promptly executed st short notice, on reasonable terms. A C K X T 8. V. H. P.M Mrn is our only authorised Agent in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Ho a RDM an. Linneus. ft. H. Hi nriiiAT, Huntsvillc Wayland it Co., Roanoke. Thus. 0. Sham, flloumington. James Ki.ohe, Ftoretto. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powf.il Sl Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Uorsrly, Keytesville. O. H. Hi-HBi.i:, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally arc authorised to re ceive moneys for subscription or advertising, fy All agents arc requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. "tORfJvWESrlrilte'DiSTRI JAS. J. LINDLEY. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 June 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854- niti.li SPEAKING. CaSPAI Bltti . candidate to represent Clmriton county in tl, loner branch of the next Legislature, will address his fellow-citiiens it the following named places anil time, to-wit: ('Ink Township at Westrille, 1st Saturday in June V. How Creek do at W. Rookers, 2d do do ChiritOA do at Old Clmriton, 3d do do Prairie do at Mose, Hurts, 4th do do Kt tesville do at Keytesville 1st do in July Bee Branch do at Jim. Thomas, 2d do do Buffalo I.ick do at Martin Hurts 3d do do Brunswick do at Prunsw ick, 4th do do The Blakely Family will give one of their popular concerts, next Saturday Evening, in the Presbyterian Cliurch. For particu lars see bills of the day. The Company has been detained several j days, in oonieqnefloe of the sickness of Mr. Hubbard. He is about well again, and they will favor us with an evening's enter tainment before llity leave. They will have a crowded house, and hear wilh them Ihe j good wishes o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 June 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854. British CoMsir.m k with Russia ahd Ti-Ritr.Y. An article in the April number of Blackwook'a Magazine, on "The com merciitl Results of War with Russia," con tains some interesting statistics relative lo British Commerce with that power and with Turkey. It is estimated that when the Russian army crossed the Danube, seven millions of British capital was in the hands of Russian subjects, in the form of advan ces in merchandise to come forward within from three to four months. It is deliberate ly hinted that this fait, with the correspon- ding one that many British ships and sailors reasons; that the Russians will soon return, were then in Russian ports, had something and subject to martial law all who may ns to do w;lh England's not considering that . sist the Turks; and he also dcclars that step as a casus belli. : Greater Wallachia will not be evacuated. The writer in question estimates the val- j The steamer City of Glasgow has be...

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