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MARK LANE CORN EXCHANGE. Quantities of British Corn, &c., sold here during the week end Jan. 3, 1843. Qrs. Aver.

MARK LANE CORN EXCHANGE. Quantities of British Corn, &c., sold here during the week end Jan. 3, 1843. Qrs. Aver.

Qr Wheat .. .. 2611 .. 50s 8d Rye .. 32 Barley .. 7485 .. 28s 8d Beans .. 126 Oats .. 20393 .. 18s (Id Peas 81
January 10, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
N" 154. BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, No. 1, Prinees-street; Bank, and 8; Kingl William-street, City, London.—Capital,One Million DIRECTORS. William Bardgett,

N" 154. BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, No. 1, Prinees-street; Bank, and 8; Kingl William-street, City, London.—Capital,One Million DIRECTORS. William Bardgett,

Esq. Robert Eglinten, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq. Erasmus Robt. Foster, Esq. Wm. Feohney Black, Esq. Alex. Robert Irvine. Esq. . John Brightman, Esq. Peter Morrison, Esq. thorge Cohen, RBA. William Shand, jun. ' Esq. Millis Coventry, Esq. Henry Lewis Sonde; Esq. John Drewett, Es
March 30, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Court, Alobi!Up, anb Gentrii. HER MAJESTY'S LEVEE.

Court, Alobi!Up, anb Gentrii. HER MAJESTY'S LEVEE.

Court, anb Gentrii. HER MAJESTY'S LEVEE. The Queen held a levee, the first this season, on Wednesday, at St. James's. Her Majesty and Prince Albert arrived from Buckingham Palace, escorted by a party of Life Guards. • The Royal suite occupied three of the Royal carriages, and con
March 30, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ii3arlianuntarl Inttlligente.

ii3arlianuntarl Inttlligente.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAY. _ The Mutiny Bill and the Marine Mutiny Bill. passed through committee.—The Duke of Awn expressed regret at the course pursued by Government in reference to Mr. Candlish, on the ground of that gentleman's alleged infraction of the law. His grace utterly d
March 30, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WAIFS.

WAIFS.

The accounts from Amsterdam, dated the 20th inst., contain a statement of a general rumour, then and there . prevalent, that the king was insane; and the curious ,ground .which they give for this fear is, that something had struck him." It certainly could not have been am idea!
March 30, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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March 30, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
cosi. rums.

cosi. rums.

rums. 4772-4904 1 ' ... . . H 3747-,-3857, 4810-4892 Breakfi marked
March 30, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LOSS OF THE CONQUEROR.-FRENCH MIS' CREANTS.

LOSS OF THE CONQUEROR.-FRENCH MIS' CREANTS.

Never have we read any statement, more calculated to excite the deepest feelings of horror, than that which has been given to the world by Captain TnompsoN, the relative of Mrs. TuomrsoN, one of the passengers wh° was on board the Conqueror, wrecked on the French coast. It' is d
January 31, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
!row( the murderer or the maniac—without any cause Or apprehending that either wickedness or insanity Would be armed against him,

!row( the murderer or the maniac—without any cause Or apprehending that either wickedness or insanity Would be armed against him,

it was he, who, removed from the bustle and turmoil of party politics, pursued the even tenor of his way, unknown to all, save those few who enjoyed his friendship, appreciated his worth, Or profitted by his services ;• yet, such are the startling vicissitudes of life—such the s
January 31, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET. MONDAY.

SMITHFIELD MARKET. MONDAY.

Dulness, excessive dulness, was again the leading feature here to-W. From the whole of our grazing counties the receipts of beasts were limited, and comparatively speaking of very inferior quality, especially as regards the short-horns from Lincolnshire. As relates to the foreig
January 31, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England