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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. THlE FUNDS-SATURDAY. FOUR O'CLOCK. B~sA~i H. Prrce. e rot IGN. Price. Console .... ... Shut Belgian 10. J Do. Account g3 -- i Brazil .7...... 747 3 per Cent. Reduced- 921 Dutch 21 per Cent - 541 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. There is no material difference in the state of the mann. facturing districts in the north since our last Number. In the woollen trade for the preceding month the Lceds Mercury says,-" We have another heavy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. i Trade in the manufacturing districts remains much in the same state as in our last week's report. The yarn trade of Manchester is active, and goods are packing there for China in American bottoms. There Subscribers-only content

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    I COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE FUNDS.-SATURDAYT FOUR O'CLOCK. Prom the List of Messrs lVotie, Brothers, Stock-brokers, Change alley.) BRITasH. Price FOREIGN. Price. COnSOIS ............ 89k ttelgian. . Do. Account .. 904 Brazil . .3 3 per (Cent.Reduced 900 Colombian Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE FUNDS -SATURDAI. FOUR O'CLOCK. Fromn the Listefif~eears Holfe, Be sthvt., Stock-Oeokere, Chonte Pley.) BRITISH. Price. FOREIGN. Price. Cousels ..............* SS- Belgian .............. 1Io0 Do. Account .......... .S.. Brazil ....... . 57i 3 per Cent. Reduced..1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. We copy from the Rcsefrewshire Reformer a statement whiob is every way gratifying.-" A marked improvement continues to go on in Paisley manuiactures, particularly in the finer descriptions of shawls, such as those purchased by I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New South Wales.-The other orders were then disposed of. Friday, M'ay 27. |' Several private bills, including the Stockton and Hartle. pool railway bill and the Birmingham and L uiverpooljunction canal bill were read a thirf time and passed. SooiJIIAMPTON.-Mr Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE PUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. (f'rom the Listof Ifeoers Wolfe, Brothers, Stock-brokers, Change alley.) BRITISH. I k-ce. I onsols ....... Do. Accoant......... 3 per Cent. Reduced.. 31 New ............. 3j Reduced .......... Long Annuities ...... Bank Stock Subscribers-only content

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    Prices of Coals per ton at the close of the market:-Adair's Main, l3s. - Budd's West Hartvey, ISs. - arr'r Hartle', ISB. 6d.-Charlo to Main, l6s-Cheser Main, 14s. 9d.-Dati- sons *test Hartley, 15o.-Feuhadi Hartley, 13s.6d-Hepburn Main, Ids. 6d.-Hasting's Hartley, ISa. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COAL MARKET, W yINUNDAY. Prices of Coals per ton at the close of the market:-Bud'lle'e West Hartey. los. - Carr's Hartle,, Ids.--Cbe.ter Main, WAs.9d.-iF'enharu Hactley, 14s. Gd.-flisting'o Hartley, . - I New Tanfield, Its.-Oakowellgate Main, 14s.-Oid T'anfield. 14o.--Pansop Bute, 14s.--Sraith's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, February 6. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Wi'. U. Crocker and H-I. James, Bath, linendrapers-Robin, Yule, and Hannsic, Wilson street, Finsbury, preserved provision manu- faetarers-J. Cordy and F. Wright, Brighton, wine merchants- T. I. and W. Wilson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LATE GALES. The storm on Friday and Saturday last en many parts of the coast, was the most destructive that has been experienced for a coeisiderable period. Many of the casualties were of the most appalling character. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commerce asV 'rabtt, VooL.-The imports into London during the week, ending Thursday were 5,3868bales, of which 1,257 werefrom Sot utai,1,975 fromt Port PhIllip, 989 from Yam Diemen's Land, 450 from Algue Bay, 804 from Alexandria, 182 from Cape of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sonthompta, s daterhinury 9, Ilizabetih Widdowson, Dover stheet, 1'iccodilly, lodgitlag-house leeperlreb lqb ay TIhotnas, Newport, Monmouthshir,, apothecary-february t3, T. "lo)"ell, Hartle. pool, Durham, cidr ctialit- l ehrt1iay 12, .i . Wilsonl, Leeds, gricer-i ebtuotry 10 L. Thompon, HltopStalffrdehire, coach spring Subscribers-only content

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    BEHE ATLANTIC AS PACIFIC JUNC- P E TION COldkkA4- (avigation. through the Isthmus of Dormesn without Locka.) (Provisonal~lly reenstered.) To be incorporated by.Royal Charter or Act of Parliament, limit- g. the liability of the Shareholders. Capital, eh,0l. sierra in Subscribers-only content

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    MONETARY CR SIS | The suspension of the Wolverhampton and Staffordshire Bank was innounced on Tuesday morning- The bank was established in 1832, and has a proprietary of upwards of 200. Of the capital 20 per cent. has beenpaidup, Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS AND OCCURRENCES. DEA&TH PROM INCAUTIOUS SALE OP MED1nE. - On Wednesday an inquest was held at Camden town, on the body of W. T. Sandys, aged nine months. The evidence went to show that the deceased was taken Subscribers-only content

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    nXmPtrial varliauxmt. In the HOUSE OF COMMONS, on THURSDAr,. Mr WT. E. FonsTzR said it had been understood that the vote for the volunteers was not to be taken till the instructions to the volunteers (as to their liability Subscribers-only content

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    satabifia* An inquest was held on Saturday last at Mennithorpe on the body of a farmer's daughter, who had drowned herself in the Derwent because she had been blamed for sending a false account of a wedding to a Subscribers-only content

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    pot out. Liberal waigeo.-litrs. OJ.]Firsnstnnc, Lvyodge. Btoueirbidge...2S!.8. GENRA Servant Wanted.-Apply" 132,Pecohor e Rad. Bir. 'LIsingrhani,. cI61U 7cli~~er~ t Wanted, for Hartle ,Sml ail.Ma be fofd illdron. -- Address, fieaintne 253, Daily (N2NERAL Servant WaintctI, ag 25 or 30. Altoaj-plY, '0i.26, Subscribers-only content

 

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