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London.

SATUKU If, DECEMBER 20, 1819. PRICBS OP STOCKS THIS DAY. —India Bonds under 1000 88pm Ditto for Account —South Sea Stock Three per Cent. 'led. An. Do. Old Annuities Three per Cent Con. An. Do. New Annuities Vew 5 per Cent. Ann... —Consols for Ac.............. New Cent India Stoc
31 December 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Naval Intelligence.

Naval Intelligence.

Captain Ha: rey has completed hi* course of »team the factory Wool* ch Dockyard, and passed hi* examination. Lieutenant R. B. Xl.uniell (18*6). ha* joined to *tudy ream at the factory on the passing of Captain Harvey. The Enterprise ana Invettigator are now in a forward state, a
31 December 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Caledonian Mercury.

Caledonian Mercury.

?? - ---I kle V.tlatc4onoalt 'iller I Curp. EDINBURGH. THURSD AY;- OCTOBER 1, 1846.: What a consummnation it would be if our commercial and manufacturing interests, now eager to enter upon the e new field of enterprise opened up by the great measures of e last session, should fin
01 October 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LORD CAMPBELL. I

LORD CAMPBELL. I

After the late prorogation of Parliament, Lord Campbell spent some time in sea-bathing quarters with his children at L'ortobello, previous to his rem'oval to Hartrigge Rouse, Rox- bnlrghshire. While there, the following address was presented to him To the Right lon. Lord Campbel
01 October 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRRT HS. At Midnapore, East Indies, on the 11th July, the Lady of E. G J. usITON-, Esq. of a SO. tO At 9, Salisbury Place, on the 27th ultimno, Mrs WILSOS Pi1- T LANS, of a dauglhter. Al At 22, Heriot Row, on the 27th ultimo, Mrs T. G. SCOTT, of : a daughter. 0 At Dublin, on the
01 October 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DINNER TO THE OFFICE-BEARERS OF THE NON-FREEMEN'S ASSOCIATION.

DINNER TO THE OFFICE-BEARERS OF THE NON-FREEMEN'S ASSOCIATION.

DhNNER TO THE OFFICE-BEARERS OF THE NON-lThERlEN'S ASSOCIATION. On Thursday evening a meeting took place in the Cafe Royal, for the purpose of celebrating the overthrow of the Scottish corporation monopolies, and presenting testimonials to the oice-hearers of the Non-Freemen's As
19 October 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

tntnR Ix fntriltarnc. Ramsgate. Oct. 14.-Put in here to-day, the Nancy, Lowrie, from Leith, the Star, Atkins, from Shields, and the Port Glas- gow, Hartley, all three for Rouen, and with loss of anchors and chains, Whitby, Oct. 12.-The Fox, Barrick, of Leith, from Grange- mouth t
19 October 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Markets.

Markets.

Martsto. LONDON COtN EXCHANGE-june 1S. The supply of English Wheat by land-carriage samples this morning being even smaller than of late, factors realized an ad- vance of 3s. to Is. per quarter, at whiich the whole Was quickly cleared off. Business in foreign is extremely limited
18 June 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

This election took place on Wednesday. Mr S. J. Loyd proposed Lord John Russell, and was seconded by Mr J. J. Gurney. Mr Sheriff Chaplin asked if there was any other candidate to be proposed? No answer having been made. the Sheriff demanded a show of hands for Lord John Russell.
13 July 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GENERAL TAYLOR.

GENERAL TAYLOR.

We find the following interesting sketch of the life and his- tory of General Taylor in the Nashrville Ore hopolitarn:-Gene- ral Taylor entered the army in 1808, immediately after the attack on the Chesapeak, aind has been in the service of his rcountry from that time to the pre
13 July 1846 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland