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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and mahogany Totler Glasses Cottege azd SeminGrand PIANOFORTES, by Tonlkdson and droaodwoc mahomay Chests of Drawers, lkiddenuinster and .eitCtfets and Aimster Hrthrugs, a very prime white Goose- feather BED, Bolster and down Pillows, Staircloth, birch end iron .bdsteads, superiorOffice Tabes, Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL AND MONETARIY. IF robm oUrc C corraponfe.t I L -et MM es1- UcttY (Jitseictft.I abc LONDON, Mlonday Evenhig, Fr( I'usiness in Lombard Street to-day was quiet, and the siti tone steady, Money was in good supply, hat there Subscribers-only content

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    MONEY IARKEtT.o SHAME AND PRODUCE M'ARKETS. (FROM OUR OWN CoRRrqPoNDENT.) LonDoN, Mlonday Evening. The result of the Federal attack on CharlestOn has1 diminished the apprehensions of war with this country; but no one here expects it to termiiilate the Subscribers-only content

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    TO BE LET OR SOLD. GLENART, WINDSOR PARK. rTHIS CONVENIENT SEMII-DET1ACHED 1 VILLA TO LET; six Bedrooms; southern aspect; Garden front and rere; one minute from tram. Will he Painted anid Papered for tenant. Apply, HOGG, 2, Caledonia Ttrrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AR RIVAL OF TIEE BRITISH QUEEN STEANI- SIIP. The Pritish Queen steam11-ship, from Neow-York, reach- ed Gravesend on Nle dnesdav morning. She left on the Od instant, and has not brought, as anticipated, the Pre- sident's Message to Congress. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Clairden, Baron Sordale. is unexceptionable. Lord Ulbster, Baron Halkirk, would, we think, he very becom- ing ; and Lord Aimster, Baron Thurso, not amis. But we would by no means advise the baronet to think of Lord Sixpenny, Baron Subscribers-only content

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