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PRICE OF June 26 '

PRICE OF June 26 '

STOCKS, 3 per Cent. Red. 7t_ii Exchequer BillsSd 15 J6 3), per Cent. BH_ti Ditto 2_d 18 16 4 per Cent.C«>ns. 96_| Omnium | p par "imperial 3 yer Cent.Ann. 76£ India for Ace. 238 "Jivliii Bonds 88 K9 Consols for Ace. T^jfj HIGH WATER AT LONDON BRTIDGETHIS DAY. Moruinj Bh. 51u». 4
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
_l_4 W INTELLIGENCE.

_l_4 W INTELLIGENCE.

RURT OF EXCHEQUER— Wkdnesdat. ! Nisi Prius, at Westminster, before Mr. Barm Rolfe and a Special Jury.) OILL V. LORD CHESTERFIELD, an action to recover the sum of 300/. npon a n by the noble defendant in the month of Jane, _ lordship pat a number of pleas on the record, in nine o
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Mr. Ferramd's motion "for a select committee v to inquire into the conduct of the Poor-law Com- " missioners in

Mr. Ferramd's motion "for a select committee v to inquire into the conduct of the Poor-law Com- " missioners in

administering the New Poor-law " stands fortius evening in the House of Commons. It is difficult to overrate the importance of this motion, not only in it*- general bearing, but more especially with reference to the extended poor-law proposed to be given to Ireland, upon which m
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

THUB.sn._Y, Two o'Clock. The books at Lloyd's unfortunately show th« loss of a great number of vessels on the west coast of Ireland in the late gales, the majority of them being grain loaded, inward bound. Mr. Roebuck has given notice that he will ask the Chancellor of the Exche
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LATER FROM THE UNITED.STATES AND MEXICO.

LATER FROM THE UNITED.STATES AND MEXICO.

LATER FROM THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. LIVERPOOL, Wednesday. By the packet-ship Zenobia, which arrived here this morning, we have seen a New York paper of the Cth instant (the only one brought by her com- mander), and have succeeded in culling from it all the intelligence worth
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
UNITED MEXICAN MINING ASSOCIATION.

UNITED MEXICAN MINING ASSOCIATION.

The half-yearly general meeting of the proprietors was held yesterday, at the company's offices, 5, I* insbury-circus. Sir John Easthope took the chair at one o'clock. The Secretary read the report of the directors, which stated that the condition and prospects of tbe company's
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
rnxsta^ mimnmttitat.

rnxsta^ mimnmttitat.

Pdutt-Jst.- lL~Y.^la^a_Ul» ?? j Preparatory School 9 i S-tnt-G/r- . v < „ | The quantity ?? which ?? to af rhe in ?? is so great, -that the Hail *and M«"rt_*tt •^jtnne*- cent* are incapable containing if, and, acwdtng ly **oiiie pf the fruit-sellers hat e taken their stations on
16 July 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
REPORTED COtfSPIRACT IN FRANCE.

REPORTED COtfSPIRACT IN FRANCE.

£iery writer gi.es his own account ofthe reported Conspiracy in Fratn c. The following is among the last which ?? received i but it appears perfectly ridiculous, and nn credit is attached to it : — ** On Wednesday, the 24th of June, on the rising ef the King's Council at St. Clo
16 July 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCE REGENTS OR AND ENTERTAINMENT. Last night the JPn, lrtcfe Recent gave a magnificent entertain- ment at Carlton' liouse.

THE PRINCE REGENTS OR AND ENTERTAINMENT. Last night the JPn, lrtcfe Recent gave a magnificent entertain- ment at Carlton' liouse.

the Horse Guards were on duty in front of the Palace on the occasion, a military band attended, and the usual State etiquette being observed, the whole pre- sented a scene df the most gratifying splendor.
16 July 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
fHEATRE.

fHEATRE.

HAYMARKET. This favod rite resort ofthe votaries of pleasi-rfe in Summer opened last night for the Season. The per- formances were, " The Poor Gentleman," M Blue BTepibf' and " A Day after the Wedding:' In the play several old favouriths made their appearance, and were greeted w
16 July 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England