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NEW NOVEL BY DUTTON COOK. Now ready, at all the Librarjes, in 3 vols., 13 A lIL FOSTER'S DAUGHTER. By

NEW NOVEL BY DUTTON COOK. Now ready, at all the Librarjes, in 3 vols., 13 A lIL FOSTER'S DAUGHTER. By

DUTTON COOK. "'Paul Foster's Daughter' is a tale redolent of life and humanity. The interest never flags."—John Bull. Hurst and Blackett, Publishers, 13, Great Marlborough-street.
18 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. CCXIX., is published THIS DAY. CONTENTS. 1. De Quincey and his Works. 2. lilontalembert's Monks of

THE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. CCXIX., is published THIS DAY. CONTENTS. 1. De Quincey and his Works. 2. lilontalembert's Monks of

the West. 3. Translators of Virgil. 4. Maine on Ancient Law. 5. Scottish Character. 6. Russia on the Amor. 7. Cavour. 8. Democracy on its Trial. John Murray, Albemarle-street.
18 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN MAIL PACKET LIS2%

FOREIGN MAIL PACKET LIS2%

In the following table E signaie: by evening from London, am that letters are despatch° I d by morning mails r Despatch Port of 'Next of mails. Despatch. maildue DESTINATIONS. Australia et Mauritius via Southm Ditto, via Marseilles Brazil & Cape Verds, by Brit. pkt Ditto, by Fre
09 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SUMMER TOURS. MURRAY'S HANDBOOKS FOR ENGLAND. • The following are now ready:— HANDBOOK OF - MODERN LONDON. A Complete Guide

SUMMER TOURS. MURRAY'S HANDBOOKS FOR ENGLAND. • The following are now ready:— HANDBOOK OF - MODERN LONDON. A Complete Guide

to the Sights and Objects of Interest in the Metropolis. Map, 16mo, ss. "Without a rival for intelligence and accuracy."—Times. HANDBOOK FOR KENT AND SUSSEX. Map, post Bvo, 10s. HANDBOOK FOR SURREY, HA.NTS, AND THE ISLE OF WIGHT. Map, post Bvo, 7s 6d. HANDBOOK FOR BERKS, BUCKS,
22 June 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PEN SUPERSEDED.—Mark your Linen 1. The best and only method of Marking Linen, Silk Stockings, Coarse Towels, or Books,

THE PEN SUPERSEDED.—Mark your Linen 1. The best and only method of Marking Linen, Silk Stockings, Coarse Towels, or Books,

so as to prevent the Ink washing out. is with CULLETON'SPATENT ELECTRO-SILVER PLATES. By means of this novel invention a thousand pieces of Linen can be marked in a few hours. Initials, Is each; Name, 2s 6d; Set of Moveable Numbers, 2s 6d; Crest Plate ss, with the necessary dire
13 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ST. JAME.I3'B PALACE, JULY 22.

ST. JAME.I3'B PALACE, JULY 22.

•The'Queen has been pleased, on the nomination of the Right Hons..lLord Foley, to appoint Captain Charles Dressing one of her tnajesty's Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at- Arms, vice 4.'eane, resigned.
03 August 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

The report from the Liverpool cotton market states that 5,000 bales were sold; 500 on speculation and for export. Very full rates. The sales of the week have been 69,510 bales, including 12,200 on speculation, and 9,180 for export. Quotations of fair. Orleans, 84 ; Mobile, 81 ;
03 August 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VESSELS SPOKEN WITH.

VESSELS SPOKEN WITH.

Defiance, from Liverpool for Bombay, May 8, lat 4 N, long 22 W. James Pilkington, from Liverpool for Bombay, May 9, lat 4 N, lon 21 W. Little Edith, steering south, May 6, lat 1 S, lon 29 W. Nugget, from Clyde for Calcutta. June 20, off Saltees. South, from Liverpool for Calcutt
02 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STOCK LlSTS.—Yesterday.

STOCK LlSTS.—Yesterday.

ENGLISH FUNDS. Bank Stock, 230 28 SO. Three per Cent. Reduced Annuities, 88} ft.• Three per Cent. Consols Annuities, 891 f. New Three per Cent. Annuities. f / ff. India Stock, Five per Cent., I 8 ft /. India Enfaced Paper, 5 per Cent., 94i, 4. India Debentures, April, 1864, 95i.
02 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHEERNESS, JUNE 30. Considerable activity now prevails in the several departments of this dockyard. The Collingwood, 84, in No. 2

SHEERNESS, JUNE 30. Considerable activity now prevails in the several departments of this dockyard. The Collingwood, 84, in No. 2

dock. is to be coppered and got ready for service. The Dragon, steam-sloop, in No. 1 dock, is under repair, and numerous rotten planks in her keel have been removed. The Orestes, 21, screw, will be completed next week for the first division of the steam ordinary. The Undaunted,
02 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England