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The CITY CHRONICLE will prove itself to be one of the most advantageous mediums which can be made available for all purposes; the Paper having a large and extended circulation in no less than 300 Towns and Cities, and read by at least 20,000 of the most wealthy and respectable M
January 5, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGENCE.

INTELLIGENCE.

BOROUGH HOP MARKET7(Alondayi. Our plantation amounts being on the whole favourable, the hop trade here oontinues hoary,' at barely the currencies neted in our last report Duty called 165,000/. EL L.s. East Kent in pockets 12 ft to 15 0 Ditto in bags .. 100 11 Mid Kent in pooketa
August 24, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IT'S AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS NOBODY GOOD.

IT'S AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS NOBODY GOOD.

Nets Pouce.—The President—M. Benoit, why don't you have your chimney swept ?—Benoit Oh, sir, it is the luckiest event, and I cannot express my gratitude to Heaven sufficiently !—The President: What a lucky event? You might have destroyed the whole house.—Benoit : Oh, sir, I ara
August 24, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A LIST OF TETE COST PRICES OF TEA SOLD AT THE PUBLIC SALE ROOM, MINCING LANE, LONDON, ON THE 20th

A LIST OF TETE COST PRICES OF TEA SOLD AT THE PUBLIC SALE ROOM, MINCING LANE, LONDON, ON THE 20th

AUGUST, 1841. With Characters Attaohed BY D. MORSE & COMPANY, TEA AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 133, Fenchurch street, London.
August 24, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GINGER-

GINGER-

Jantaku, superfin, stomped 1/0. tine ditto ...... Do. midd. to Da bold rough Do. good ditto A friean Harbadoes Malabar Bengal . PE PP E BLACK. fine NhOt Do. good heavy Do. Light WHITS, flue Do ..... Long ditto Pod ditto Cayenne, ft ie Fine Garbled Do. unguided." Second quality B
June 22, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VESSELS•THAT HAVE P.kSEIED ORAVKSEND SINCE OUR LAST.. •

VESSELS•THAT HAVE P.kSEIED ORAVKSEND SINCE OUR LAST.. •

June 17.—The two vessels from the West Indies bring 675 ithds, 1:1 tierces, 2 barrels Sugar, 170 pans 30 tierces Molasses, 60 barrels . .M5 hags Cocoa. The Courier is laden with 37 eke, 67 skins, &c., Tfllow, 60 casks Gum, &c. The Sea Bird brings 220 casks Palm Nuts, &c. The ves
June 22, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
illatiiamentaq Intelligence.

illatiiamentaq Intelligence.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-SATURDAY. On the motion of Lord JOHN RUSSELL the house went into committee on the Ecclesiastical Commissioners Bill.—The 17th struck out.—The other clauses were agreed to, and the report ordered to be received on Monday. On the motion of Lord J. RUSSELL, the Bri
June 22, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—Morwny.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Morwny.

The House of Industry Bill, the Insolvent Debtors Bill, the Western Australia Bill, and the New South Wales Bill, were read a second time; and the Tithe Composition Bill, and the Administration of Justice Act Amendment Bill, were read a third time and passed. The bills for the c
June 22, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

- - . Woltsutr-sxaxaT.—On Wednesday Hannah Ti/ey, a father good-looking young perion, 22 years of age, was placed at the bar before Mr. Broughton, the sitting magistrate, and charged, under rather extraordinary circumstances, with her employer, Dr. Catherwood, a physician, resid
June 22, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Ittorticulture.

Ittorticulture.

OPERATIONS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. In dry weather, sow lime under the wall -trees, and keep the surface of the ground constantly stirred with the.rako ; by these means we seldom have green-fly, and never red spider.. PINERY.—Give. the plants regular supplies of water.— Victory: Ke
June 22, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England