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December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FLOUR TRADE.

THE FLOUR TRADE.

On the whole, rather more business has been transacted in Flour since our last, yet no:advance can be noticed in prices. Town made is selling at 54s to 575; Suffolk rnd Norfolk, 43s to 46s per 280 lbs. -- THE TALLOW MARKET. The demand for nearly all kinds of Tallow is improving,
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS.

DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS.

W. H. Hayward and R. Collier, Manchester, cotton spinners-- first and final div. of 12s. ; a first and final div. of 20s. on th separate estate of W. H. Hayward, on Tuesday, Dec. 30, or any subsequent Tuesday, at Mr. Pott's, Manchester.—W. Brown and T. Preston, jun., Manchester,
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CRISIS.

THE CRISIS.

MINISTERIAL MOVEMENTS. The Queen held a Court and Privy Council on Tuesday afternoon at Windsor Castle. There were present his Royal Highness Prince Albert, the Duke of Wellington, the Duke of Buccleuch, Sir Robert Peel, the Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Starkley, Mr. William Ewart Gla
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTUS

PROSPECTUS

Oa a first-class Newspaper—which will be printed every Wednesday evening (the first number on the 7th of January next), SIXPENCE, on fine paper, and with good type,—to be entitled
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANKING.

BANKING.

To Banking, from the several changes which have been made in that important branch of business (the effects of which are not yet clearly defined)—and which requires great watchfulness, in order that disastrous results may be avoided, by.either too great an expansion or contracti
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LINSEED AND RAPE CAKE.

LINSEED AND RAPE CAKE.

Linseed in less demand, 12/. Foreign 8/ 10s to 101 per ton accOrding to quality. Rape Cakes, best quality, 61 per ton. THE COFFEE MARKET. Scarcely any transactions have taken place in this Market; but, in prices, we can notice no material alteration. The stock of West India is 3
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOWELS.

BOWELS.

Copy of a Letter from G. R. Wythen Baxter, Esq., Author of the "Book of the Baulks," &c., _ "The Brynn, near Newtown, Montgomeryshire, North Wales, March 3rd, 1845. "TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY. " Sin—l consider it my duty to inform you that your Pills, a few boxes of which I purchase
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
71 is Gd. Peruvian is selling steadily at 101 to as in package. Saldanha Bay is not inquired after. TURPENTINE.—Spirits

71 is Gd. Peruvian is selling steadily at 101 to as in package. Saldanha Bay is not inquired after. TURPENTINE.—Spirits

have been in better request: sales have been made at 63s in puncheons, and now holders ask 64s to 655. About 1,200 barrels Rough have been sold at 13s, and for the limited quantity now remaining, which is held by one firm, 13s Gd is demanded. Present rates are likely to be maint
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, 26rn DICCEMBBR.

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, 26rn DICCEMBBR.

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, DICCEMBBR. Gentlemen Cadets to be Second Lieutenants—Royal Regiment of Artillery—W. E. M. Reilly, vice Robinson. promoted; W. B. Saunders, vice Biddulph, promoted ; C. H. Smith, vice Vernon, promoted; H. T. Fitzhugh, vice Raynes, promoted; W. H. Moody, vice Mi
December 30, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England