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BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. April 20—Hugh Hill, Prospect-place, Old Kent-road, coachbroker.

BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. April 20—Hugh Hill, Prospect-place, Old Kent-road, coachbroker.

BANKRUPTS. Henry Smith, jun., South Ockendon, Essex, farmer. John William Jackson, Colchester, Essex, coal-merchant. Benjamin Brook, Ixworth, Suffolk, tailor. DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS. _ _ W. Barton, Old Brentford, grocer, a second div. of Is. Sid. in the pound—W. Line, Ealing,
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PEEL PROTOCOL. (From the Morning 'Jerald). Eighteen paragraphs compose this lettet of Sir ROBERT PEEL, but there is only one

PEEL PROTOCOL. (From the Morning 'Jerald). Eighteen paragraphs compose this lettet of Sir ROBERT PEEL, but there is only one

out of the whole eighteen which he felt really desirous that all England should read. It stands at the opening as a mere introductory remark; but it was to introduce this one brief remark that the whole letter was published. The remark is this : "It is my firm persuasion that ne
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STATE OF EUROPE.

STATE OF EUROPE.

[ln consequence of the severity of the weather we have been disappointed in the receipt of our usual foreign arrivals. We subjoin all the intelligence which has come to hand :—] FRANCE. PARIS, • THURSDAY EVENING. The parliamentary committee of 15 to inquire into the potable liqu
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEERS.

VOLUNTEERS.

"It vll be in the recollection of readers that when the Sunday volunteer system was commenced at the General Post Office, the volunteers were promised 10s. per Sunday, t. e., 6s. for a morning duty, and 4s. for en evening duty. But after a week or two had elapsed the letters whi
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
. – • s ••,

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. - • s ••, There is likewise a gale of wind blowing from the north, a much safer [point for this city than any other at a period of spring tides. THE GALWAY COLLEGE. It is stated that Mr. Edward Berwick, Vice President of the Queen's College at Galway, has been appointed to the
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CLERGYMEN. —The Fathers, Brothers, Sons, and the Mothers, Wives, Widows,Sisters, and Daughters a Clergymen are requested to observe, that they

CLERGYMEN. —The Fathers, Brothers, Sons, and the Mothers, Wives, Widows,Sisters, and Daughters a Clergymen are requested to observe, that they

and none others are entitled to the privilege which the Clergy have of snaking ASSURANCES upon LIFE in the CLERGY MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY. This Society was established in the year 1829, for the special benefit of Clergymen and their families; and it is confidently expected that
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHRIST NIAS.—One of the new patented Inventions called NICOLL'S EIDER DOWN PALETOT will, doubtless, form a most acceptable gift at

CHRIST NIAS.—One of the new patented Inventions called NICOLL'S EIDER DOWN PALETOT will, doubtless, form a most acceptable gift at

the approaching season of festivity, when it is somewhat difficult to select the best token of friendship or affection. The lightness and warmth of this garment will render it highly serviceable for covering an evening costume without causing the least (usarrangement; and from t
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES GRANTED. Dec. 20, T. T. Clarke, Sunderland, baker—Nov. 28, M. Harris and S. A. Hart, Cullum-street, Fenchurch-street, City, merchant.

CERTIFICATES GRANTED. Dec. 20, T. T. Clarke, Sunderland, baker—Nov. 28, M. Harris and S. A. Hart, Cullum-street, Fenchurch-street, City, merchant.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Morse and D. Price, Cork-street, Burlington-gardens, tailors—W. Figgins, J. Halden, and J. W. Lees, Manchester, ale-brewers—R. G. Higgins and A. H. Godby, Newport, Salop, surgeons—C. Egg aqd H. Egg. Piccadilly, gunmakers—T Haigh and D. Hodgkins, Liverp
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
been addressed to parties who were dead, and all purported to conic from Mr. Ady. Thomae Gallabin, clerk in the

been addressed to parties who were dead, and all purported to conic from Mr. Ady. Thomae Gallabin, clerk in the

Dead Letter Office of the General Post Office, said—l examined the whole of the 1500 letters, which purport to come from Joseph Ady, of 105, Fenchurch-street. They were unpaid, according to the statement made by the solicitor to the Post Office, and bore the Post Office taxes up
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• • LON'tiON CORN gXCHANIOR, Dn. 28. There was a heavy fall of snow during the night, and dui I

• • LON'tiON CORN gXCHANIOR, Dn. 28. There was a heavy fall of snow during the night, and dui I

weather is intensely cold, with sharp frost and keen wind. WHEAL—English rules as on Monday. Foreign had a retail sale, without change in value. Floating cargoes in good request, but feat offering. INDIAN CORN held firmly, and there are buyers of Galatz, but Ibrail is quiet. BAR
29 December 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England