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- rarj j3lithe warfare the thing Would never answer if *e were to allow great genius and profound erudition to

- rarj j3lithe warfare the thing Would never answer if *e were to allow great genius and profound erudition to

people who possessed neither, simply because they happened to engaged in abusing our friends. We saw that we should not even allow the clever men of the opposite party to hedge themselves under their general character, and under that cover, vent falsehood and calumnies to injure
04 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE SILK TRADE.

THE SILK TRADE.

(Viom the Macclesfield Courier.) IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. 'We have been favoured with a copy of Mr. Huskisson's answer to the Memorial of the Operative Silk Weavers and Dyers of this town. This Memorial was forwarded to the Board of Trade about a fortnight ago by our County Members,
04 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL MARKETS, JAN. 2.

THE LIVERPOOL MARKETS, JAN. 2.

Cotton.—Our market during the last week has been steady for all descriptions, except in new and good old Uplands, holders of which having been anxious Sellers ricceded to a reduction of id per lb. • The total sales have amounted to 986; bags, of which 1300 American and 500 Brazi
06 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
– MESSAS. EVERETT, WALKER, -CO.

– MESSAS. EVERETT, WALKER, -CO.

- MESSAS. EVERETT, WALKER, -CO. - , • The following satisfactory circular has been issued by the above Firm:— "9, Mansion House-street, 3d January, 1826. "The pressure of the times which occasioned the suspension of our regular payments also ren4 dered some arrangements necessary
06 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MR. O'CONNELL.- is a candidate to represent the try in the next Parliament, has i Dur of being - attacked

MR. O'CONNELL.- is a candidate to represent the try in the next Parliament, has i Dur of being - attacked

by Mr. usidered it necessary to call on iation to proceed against him, ion, as he recommended against hut by letter, which, from the defeat. consequent on the the great L•eader has discovered more eligible course. This step, it formidable, seems to have dm small amusement • and
11 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
and fifty-two pence or one pound and one shilling, and not as two hundred and seventy-three pence or one pound

and fifty-two pence or one pound and one shilling, and not as two hundred and seventy-three pence or one pound

two shillings and nine . pence; and the British gold coin of a double sovereign as four hundred and eighty pence or forty shillings, or' two pounds, and not as five hundred and twenty pence or two pounds three shilling and four pence; any law, statute, usage, or cu-tom in 'force
11 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
and public opinion can reach them, and we hope that these will not be sparing in imprinting the brand and

and public opinion can reach them, and we hope that these will not be sparing in imprinting the brand and

inflicting the torture. TO THE EDITOR. LETTER IV. Sir,—l beg leave to state, in reply to your correspondent Expertus, that, as far as I know and believe, the Scotch clergy are exempt from all the charges he enumerates; nor will it admit of a doubt that both law and custom have E
09 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
, . Rosina, a native - of that village, who became] equally enamoured of ,They - Saw each other daily,

, . Rosina, a native - of that village, who became] equally enamoured of ,They - Saw each other daily,

and usually made appointments in remote I places, the carahineer wishing their interviews to be private, as his object was to seduce- the girl. She resisted for some time, but being beguiled by her own affection, and her lover's promises of marriage, she 'yielded to his wishes.
09 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS, MONDAY, JAN. 2.

LONDON MARKETS, MONDAY, JAN. 2.

CORN EXCHANGE. The arrivals of most kind of Grain last week were tolerably good, and of Oats and Flour they were extremely large. This morning there are only moderate arrivals of all sorts of Grain. The sales of to-day are all made subject to the New Bushel ; but the Trade is so
02 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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- PRICE CAN I. Moulds, 10s. 6d.-Stoles, 95. • allowed for ready money.) THE AVERAGE 1411,14 E OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO ,SUGAR. computed"' from the Returns made in the . Week ending D .e. 28, 1825, is El. 18s. Tid. per cwt. exclusive of the Dirties of Customs payable on Importation i
02 January 1826 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England