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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

The Moniteur contains a report of a short debate which arose in the Chamber of Deputies on the subject of the "duties levied on English coal in the Seine. Nothing can be more evident than that English coal must have the monopoly of this supply, without which M. Barbet, the mayor
April 5, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
HANOVER.

HANOVER.

• We have received a complete copy of the constitution proposed to Hanover by King Ernest. As this is never likely to be sanctioned by a 1?gal . assembly, it is useless to give it at length. eight chapters The project is in . • The first treats of the regency and the succession
April 5, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
BOTANICAL.

BOTANICAL.

THE GARDEIL—MossEs AND Folcui.—The most favourable i situation for the growth of mosses is a moist, shady bank; whilst fungi is generally found attached to blocks of stone and scattered stumps of old trees. Indeed it is only the want of situation, which ' should be both moist an
April 5, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL.

PROVINCIAL.

ILIVERDEELN.—THE NEW flaw Suip.—Lausen OF THE JOHN Gaimow.—The largest iron sailing-vessel in the world was on Tuesday launched from the building-yard of Messrs. John Ronald and Co. The length of this noble vessel over all is 150 feet; breadth, 31 feet; depth, 21 feet; and measu
January 26, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
obliged to jump out and drag him by the 'rein into the right road. As the whole suite followed every

obliged to jump out and drag him by the 'rein into the right road. As the whole suite followed every

step of the leader, on several occasions the tail of the train got entangled with its head, and more than once the reindeer that formed the _centre , was _ taken off their lei's - by a sudden jerk from those before and behind them, and dragged some fifty yards on their sides. On
January 26, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
ANECDOTE OF A BEAR.

ANECDOTE OF A BEAR.

I saw several of the coast Laplanders while at Alten, and they struck me as a wretched set of men, for the fur clothes of the brethren of the mountains increase their size beyond what it really is. I was told, while here, that they have a superstitious belief that the bear under
January 26, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
EXPENDITURE.

EXPENDITURE.

Rent and looms .. Coal Candles, soap, &e. 20 08 0 10 36 Balance for food (not to mnotion clothing and every other comfort 5s 6d, being one and a penny farthing per head. The speaker then went into a detailed statement of the other articles of agricultural produce wholly prohibit
April 5, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
.ITS.

.ITS.

NDAY, Marc .!ss than on e lan d samples be 'ance fron-i foreign, reek. Fine S sale. weel' a beans islet with° firm, sales barley, 3,950; 381 Flo'ift *6; oats, 11,513 re'" ,&5' 0 ; beans, 3; new, to Id), to '8; Rye, goncl a P rheat, . 1 in ret' l ; oat trade IS en og r the 1d; s,
April 5, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
ZUST6-11- AND POLITICS.

ZUST6-11- AND POLITICS.

ZUST6 - 11 - POLITICS. _ - wrATE OP PARTIES.—THE CHINA QUESTION. A short time ago, it was very generally supposed that e t contest between th e t wo part i es i n t h e House of th 4nll ° ll s, had been brought to an issue prematurely, by division upon Sir John Yarde Buller 's mo
April 5, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
DIONEY MARKET.

DIONEY MARKET.

CITY. Consols are 90/ to 91 for Money, and 91 to 911 for Account; New 31 per Cents., 981 to 98k; Exchequer Bills, 13s to 15s prem. Spanish Bonds, 26 to 251 with coupons; Deferred, 111 to 121; Passives, 61 to 6 k; Danish 3 per Cents., 761 to 761; Port ug uese 6 per Cents,33l to 3
January 26, 1840 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England