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TIEPOT for JLI Foreign A rticlel street, Grosvenor-square MINERAL WM of Pharmacy and Pcrfur 1)1111AMEL and Fachingen. 7ERS and for

TIEPOT for JLI Foreign A rticlel street, Grosvenor-square MINERAL WM of Pharmacy and Pcrfur 1)1111AMEL and Fachingen. 7ERS and for

nery, No. 7, Dukeco. Saidsellittz. Schwalhttcla. Sedlitz. Setter,. Sp a Potthott. &c., Bath. Ilarrogate Bonnes. Kissengen. Bristol, Malvern. Cauterets. Marienbad. Cheltenham. Pyrinont. CatyrioN.—The Genuine Vichy Water is in white stone bottles with it tin cap, on which are stam
February 13, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MURDERS BY A YOUNG CHILD.

MURDERS BY A YOUNG CHILD.

On Monday evening last was committed to Lincoln C astle, for trial at the ensuing assizes, charged with the wilful murder of her two little brothers (on the mother's side), Mary Johnson, a girl not yet 13 years of age. The inquest was held by Mr. Masan, coroner, at Benington, ne
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS, irtiungnAT.

HOUSE OF LORDS, irtiungnAT.

OCCUPATION OF TA.IIITI. Lord BR OUGYIA - M — WITIE(I . t:CI to his noble friend opposite on a subject of considerable importance. His noble friend knew very well that he would not ask for information, if he conceived it was at all likely to embarrass the proceedings of Governmen
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISEMENT.

ADVERTISEMENT.

It is satisfactory to us, and, no doubt, will be more so to our customers to know, that the parcel of Congou recommended and sold by us, last week, at Is. per lb., will this day realise a small profit in the market; and there is little doubt, provided they are firm, they will in
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STOCK 01? COI COMPARAT B. P.

STOCK 01? COI COMPARAT B. P.

February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES.

PUBLIC SALES.

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31.—Sugar, 645 bags 58 chests Bengal; Coffee, 750 bags Plantation Ceylon, 15 brls Jamaica; Cocoa, 258 bags Para; Arrowroot, 20 casks Bermuda, 110 boxes St. Vincent's ; Coffee, 500 bags Bahia; Pepper, 600 bags black; Sago, 100 chests Pearl; Sugar, 500 bags Bengal;
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPAIN

SPAIN

Our private letters state that a report was industriously circulated at Madrid, that, by an arrangement concluded between England, the Northern Powers, and France, the son of Don Carlos was to wed and reign conjointly with Queen Isabella! Such an interference in the domestic pol
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BAIL COURT.

BAIL COURT.

THE BANIC FRAUDS.—THE QUEEN V. JOSHUA FLETCHER. —On Tuesday Mr. Kelly applied to the Court for a rule, calling on the Right Hon. William Magnay, Lord Mayor of London, to show cause why a mandamus should not issue, commanding him to deliver to the defendant, who is at present a p
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENTS (PETITIONERS).

INSOLVENTS (PETITIONERS).

C. Parsonage, Liverpool, butcher .1. Stria, Rochdale, druggist —C. Colston, Grosvenor-place (Kennington), and Birehin-lane, wine merchant Lewis, Barford, Norfolk, tailor—M. Williams, Pontypool, Monmouthshire, innkeeper— J. B. Fuller, Tenhury, Worcestershire, attorney—P. B. Goode
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A Cabinet Council was held at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon at the Foreign-office. The Ministers present were Sir R.

A Cabinet Council was held at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon at the Foreign-office. The Ministers present were Sir R.

Peel, the Duke of Wellington, the Duke of Buccleuch, Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Stanley, Sir J. Graham, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Earl of Ripon. Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Sir H. Hardinge, and Sir E. Knatchbull. The Council sat three hours. The Health of Towns Commission sat
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England