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02 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE• PUNJAUB.

THE• PUNJAUB.

There is a report that the mother of Nao Nehal Sing—the Ranee Chund Koor—has been murdered by her slaves; and that Shere Sing is congratulating himself on the removal of one who has proved so dangerous a rival to his power. Another account states that affairs at Lahore are far f
03 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER.

FniDAY MORN - IN - G.—Things are still unchanged. Yesterday the large factory of Messrs. Birley, in Oldham-road, was opened, but out of about 1,400, tint more than 200 hands returned. All the powerloom weavers still remain out. SALFORD SESSIONS.—THURSDAY. TRIALS OF THE RIOTERS.
03 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER, FRIDAY.

MANCHESTER, FRIDAY.

[FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.] I have just seen a warehouseman from Stockport, who informed me that all the goods which they had on stock have gone off, at an advance, and that manufacturers generally in that town want goods. The hands, believing that their employers could give the de
03 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

REMARKABLE ANECDOTE OF WASHINGTON.— A report has long been current in Pennsylvania, that Braddock was shot by one of his own men, founded on the declaration of a provincial soldier who was in the action. There is another tradition, also worthy of notice, which rests on the autho
03 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
In the Country.

In the Country.

Abraham Lewis Franklin, of Liverpool, bullion merchant, September 28, at one, at the Clarendon-rooms, Liverpool—Rowland Cotton Bourne, of Birmingham, woollen draper, September 26, at two, at the Waterloorooms, Birmingham—Edward Hare of Corby Lincolnshire, liquor merchant, Septem
03 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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Ore Red White . . . Litharge . . . LEATHER . . per lb Butts, 15 a2O . 21 a2B . 29 a 36 . Hides, crop, 45 a 56 0 1 14 0 1 6 35 a4O 0 1 0 0 1 2 British for dress . 0 1 0 0 1 51 Calf Skins . . . 0 1 0 0 2 2 Horse Hides . . 0 1 0 0 1 6 OIL, per tun of 252 galls. Imperial. Whale, Gre
03 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE CONCLUDINO WEEKS OF THE HARVEST. —ln Yorkshire and Lancashire, and, indeed, in all the northern counties, the harvest is in an advanced stage, and although the weather during the present week has been less brilliant than for several weeks previous, the operations of the reap
10 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY.

DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY.

SEPTEMBER B.—Julius Ewald Beerbohm, Qml William Edmund Slaughter, of Fenchurch-street, City, merchants. SEPTEMBER 9.—Thomas Cairncross, of Sunderland, Durham, ship-builder. BANKRUPTS. John Richmond, of 46, Lime-street, City, merchant, September 17, at 12, and October 21, at elev
10 September 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

BOW-STREET.—(This Day.)—FELONY.—A respectable-looking man, named James McCulloch, was charged with stealing a Piece of oil floor-cloth, value 2s. 'Bd., the property of Messrs. Element and Knight, floor-cloth manufacturers, in Holborn.l Francis William Ell, shopman, in the employ
25 August 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England