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15 February 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, FEB. 14. The cotton market has been very much excited, and a very' large business has been

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, FEB. 14. The cotton market has been very much excited, and a very' large business has been

done; sales are variously estimated at from 30,000 to 35,000 bales, and even as high as 40,000 bales is expected to c'iange hands, the prices of all kinds are hd higher, and in some instances id has been obtained for the middling qualities of American. The closing quotations are
15 February 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
L ON D' 0 N.

L ON D' 0 N.

Tie eastern parts of St. Janies's Palace, Wherein the fire happeniA, are now being of the rubbid); About 40 men are. thus , empltiyed daily-. All the stacks of chimnics, and dangerous . towers., which were threatening every one who approached theni with destruction, wca-c pulled
26 January 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POET'S:-. C.O:"w..N._4A:

POET'S:-. C.O:"w..N._4A:

- F,PIGILfI,II • ON 140.1 , 011±F,P DE, AT I OF THE OI fiONAPARTE: _ 'coon al the hapless Infant L ttflC to li . ght, Ile %ivy tli3 I'ither, and he died ci( !tight. LAJGGY 80. P.IIIIS rN 'IN - :UPROAR! Paris convuted!!!—llehellkin ? you Foot; 'Fejiitk Kit ha l had' a &reenish it
06 April 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• .ness that tlyty we re c onciled. Ile tieceasei sp! Pared much bruised a))out her eves' and faq, e'oirrplained

• .ness that tlyty we re c onciled. Ile tieceasei sp! Pared much bruised a))out her eves' and faq, e'oirrplained

a,-,f being also much &iota her Way, particularly in her sitre,. stic SSI severely hint and painful. The -husband sentfor -surgeon, who took some blood fronithe*Afeeeaga T,he prisoner staLl theve until 'Tuesday, th t. lit away for avowed al,k; hut tlt h other'rodging t'or - hini
06 April 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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,„,-- „AiAa - , - '* ' le should not h. custoq. At the 1.1 to the a) other lotions, lace a 'mole ytuan ,egairAtan-, to their being Igreetneor a tette!' ( 1 t o pav Et; Where d that Ibe amount 'wed by ration n 3 a vlosi rincy, bleb, he tn 111 d, llllOll eXpellSti i e t he .3ubj'a
24 August 1813 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OLD 13.411,14'.

OLD 13.411,14'.

Yesterday the Session's . Ouminenced before the 1 -914 .Navor and Pecordt:r of London, Lord, 134r0n , gaclidonald 'S:r Blanc and Sr , Alaci.c.batnt: F C. , t .s . unt4,4 11,Wkr, otherwise i.q.s.on, was 'capitally dicted under the Statute c:ilkd Lord Ellen. borough's Act, for wil
11 January 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Refuge. for the Destitute.-Yesterday the.annual I)inner of this Society was held at the City of London Tavern : where a

Refuge. for the Destitute.-Yesterday the.annual I)inner of this Society was held at the City of London Tavern : where a

very respectable company wa4 assembled, and..an excellent repast was provided. Lord Moira in the Chair; in the absence of the Duke of 'York, who prevented from attending by a. severe indisposition. The design of the... Charity is to , allord assistance to those who,' . from :pev
27 January 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KISG'S BESCH, July 13.

COURT OF KISG'S BESCH, July 13.

_ NI r. 1%1,1 LLA ft. , 'he :Moose?' 'al stated the Plaintiff in the case to he a es.intlem an of large landed property, in StKiex, who married in 1796, his present wite,.hy whom he had six children. The Defendant was in a lbw at life, being the plaintiff's bailiff; but a person
16 July 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CROPS IN li'..ELAND.

THE CROPS IN li'..ELAND.

LIMERICK.—These several days back we have had a of fine dry weather, most favourable for th e harvest, which produced a good supply of wheat to-day; and although bayers were more numerous, sales were slow at Is 4d to is 5d per stone, shipping, and Is 6d to Is 71d per stone, mill
12 September 1829 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England