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03 April 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
711 IS DA r. 7-7 IVELVE O'CLOCK..

711 IS DA r. 7-7 IVELVE O'CLOCK..

DA r. 7-7 IVELVE O'CLOCK.. _ Although, by the overland mail, we learn that affairs are in an unsettled state both in China aud India, the Money Market opened this morning at an improvement, but has since receded to yesterday's closing prices. Consols for Money are now and for Acc
06 May 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MARYLEBONE.—A man about 35 years of age, of mill-- tary appearance, and who gave his name Joseph Fitzcosta, was brought up in custody, charged under circumstances of a truly distressing nature. The accused, wh - ose manners indicated that he bad been used to good society 4 was i
06 May 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE,

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE,

LIVERPOOL, MARCH 26. At the sitting of the Court Mr. Knowles was called by Mr. Baron Rolfe within the bar, baring been appointed one of her Majesty's counsel for the County Palatine, within which the appointment gives precedence, but not elsewhere. WILKINSON V. WALKER. This was
30 March 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
YElf ERDAY.

YElf ERDAY.

ERDAY. _ The committee r a et yes: erday et 11 o'clock, when Mr. Cock. burn said, his la i artied friends and himself concurred in the view that the-, had now laid before the committee sufficient evidence to induce them to annul Mr. Gladstone's return. The gentleman accordittgly
30 March 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WALLACES-ALLEGED LOSS OF ANOTHER

THE WALLACES-ALLEGED LOSS OF ANOTHER

SH P. (Prom the Chronicle.) During the last two or titter etinsiderdble feats have existed amongst the shippers of goads tii the Australian trade, in coriseqivgice of rumours .ficat that the %tall:ices, now in Neirgate, previous to tiansportatiusi the loss of the Dryad, had inte
30 March 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
E RASE R'S M'AG. n Price 25. 6d. I,‘Jelenda est Carthago. The oor-law Commission must oe determit.ed• t ( ..

E RASE R'S M'AG. n Price 25. 6d. I,‘Jelenda est Carthago. The oor-law Commission must oe determit.ed• t ( ..

i de to the Duke of Welling°t on recen t Retreat 44.11 he House of Lords. Greater and Lesser of Old Pall Mall. Chap. Dr. Johnson and Dr. „ s -( lrney Salvator Rosa— Caroline's Library, en Ttince Frederick—Tom M alfer (the tirpt Macheath)- 4 tertin Luther—Jem Spitler— Aaron Hill
30 March 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY.-TWELVE O'CLOCK.

THIS DAY.-TWELVE O'CLOCK.

SUNDERLAND. The anti-corn league;:s — Or S — u — nde;:l — an - d had a meeting on Monday last, to suppott the repeal of the corn-laws. The Chartists, however, met the proposition, by moving an amendment in favour of the charter. The amendment was carried almost unanimously. PINS
18 May 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

QUEEN-SQUARE. —LORD MELBOURNE AND THE PALACE DlNNERS.—Withara John Donovan, a labouring was charged with cariying a placard on the footway pavement in flout of the House of Lords, by which he oh. structed the free passage of the members, and rendered him. self liable to a penalt
18 May 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AVEELAGE PRICE or (Prom last night's London Gazette.) The Average Price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the returns

AVEELAGE PRICE or (Prom last night's London Gazette.) The Average Price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the returns

made hi ;he week ending the 18th day cif le 214 per mt.
22 May 1841 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England