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t • \ . -"INS• The only unpleasant piece of information- a we have relates to the negotiations which have

t • \ . -"INS• The only unpleasant piece of information- a we have relates to the negotiations which have

been entered into with the friends of Messrs. Wentworth, and which ended on Saturday, with little prospect of a-resumption of their payments at the present moment. But it is still asserted with confidence, that there will be more than enough to pay 20s. in the pound. It was publ
22 December 1825 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
'.-- . .• , tionsis netted Wyllie. c ind prosperitl of the mercantile community, as i Qust be obvious that

'.-- . .• , tionsis netted Wyllie. c ind prosperitl of the mercantile community, as i Qust be obvious that

by the ' failure a the' merchant the banks must suffer. The panic which prevailed at the close of last, and the commencement of the present week, it is stated by monied men, had sensibly subsided yesterday. The Stock Market, which had been greatly depressed, has recovered, and l
22 December 1825 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
This day is published, price Ss. bound, TABLES of INTEREST at 3,4, 44, and 5 per Cent, from £l. to

This day is published, price Ss. bound, TABLES of INTEREST at 3,4, 44, and 5 per Cent, from £l. to

£lO,OOO, and from 1 to 365 Days, in a regular progression of Single Days. With Tables at all the above Rates from One to Twelve Months, and from One to Ten Years. Also Tables showing the Exchange on Bills; the Amount of any Salary, &c. by the Day, Week, Month, or Year; a Table o
22 December 1825 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Greenhough, Manchester, cotton-manufacturers—Swindells and Barge, Manchester, silk-manufacturers, Sm.—Johnson an Wilson, Darlington, timber-merchants—Steel and Co. Norwich, toymen, silversmiths, &c.—Abbott and Sedgwick—Haig

Greenhough, Manchester, cotton-manufacturers—Swindells and Barge, Manchester, silk-manufacturers, Sm.—Johnson an Wilson, Darlington, timber-merchants—Steel and Co. Norwich, toymen, silversmiths, &c.—Abbott and Sedgwick—Haig

and Russell, Berwick Wharf, and But r-street, Lower East Smithfield—niggle and Peattield, Arnold, Nottinghamshire, bleachers and trimtners—Jones and Binks, Park-8U eet and Great Guildford-street, Southwark, bricklayers and plasterers—Vavasour and Parry, Rochdale, Lancashire, woo
23 September 1826 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.

CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.

Thursday being St. Matthew's day, the Lord Mayor, and other dignitaries of the City, went in state, according-to annual custom, to visit this admirable Institution, at half-past twelve o'clock. They first proceeded to Christ Church, to attend Divine Service, where there were ass
23 September 1826 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

letter bus: been received in Dublin from a noble lord, whose father holds a distinguished place at Court, in - which it is stated, that his /tlajesty's 4ffeCtion for the Irish nation is unbounded; and that a predeliction for every thing. Irish is evinced at Brighton. An Evening
10 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, FEB. 20.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, FEB. 20.

Petitions complaining of agricultural distress were presented from Truro, from Gloucestershire, Cheltenhatn, North Leach, eight from Warwickshire, and Doncaster. . . . 'Sir Isaac Cqflitt said, that titrmers were very loud in their complaints, but one cause of distress was, that
22 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Shocking and total Events in High Life. —Several families, moving in the first circles in high life, have just been

Shocking and total Events in High Life. —Several families, moving in the first circles in high life, have just been

thrown into' a state of the utmost affliction, by the criminal conduct of a young man, the nephew -of a Peer of the first consequence, who, in remorse of conscience for acts the most deplorable, has terminated his own existence, by blowing out his brains. The deceased was on a v
22 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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MAJORITY AND MINORITY. ON LORD AVISTOC ' S MOTION FEBRUARY 6 " That it appears to this Jim** that his Majesty's Ministers in advising the measures which have led to the late proceedings against her 11Iajesty the Queen were not justified by any political expediency or necessity a
10 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
In Press, and speedily will be published, • • In One Ii c Volume, Bvo. A COURSE of SERMONS for

In Press, and speedily will be published, • • In One Ii c Volume, Bvo. A COURSE of SERMONS for

the FESTIVALS and FASTS of the CHURCH of ENGLAND. JOSEPH HOLDEN poTT, A.M. Archdeacon of London, and Vicar of St. martin in the Fields. Printed for F. C. an J. Itivingon No. 62, St. Paul's Churchyard ; and No. Waterloo-place, vigil. Of whom may be had, by the same Author, the Th
13 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England