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'Moot _ftlartets anb :Fairs.

'Moot _ftlartets anb :Fairs.

'Moot _ftlartets :Fairs. LONDON WOOL MARKET—TiIIs DAY. The imports of Wool into London increased last week, being 1,1104 of which 1,290 were from Sydney, 364 from the Cape of Good Hope, • from Algoa Bay, 15 from Calcutta, 30 from Germany, and 32 from Ayres. The 'Wool Market is st
March 21, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS BILL.

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS BILL.

On the motion of Sir J. GRAHAM the house went into committee on the Registration of Voters Bill.--Mr. GREENE in the chair.— Several clauses were agreed to without any amendment. The clauses relating to an appellate jurisdiction, viz., from 58 to 75, were postponed.—Lord HOWICK m
March 21, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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CITY CHRONICLE OFFICE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, O'CLOCK. PUBLIC SALES OF SUGAR.—(THIs DAY.) By 'MESSRS. SARGANT AND CO. 1,585 bags Bengal, 411 ditto 'Mauritius. IC It la tge portion of these was of the dark and heavy raw olloodrs, which sold from 46s to 46s 6d. A few piles of little r
March 21, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EhtCommerrititWU. "JUSTICE TO ALL.''

EhtCommerrititWU. "JUSTICE TO ALL.''

"JUSTICE TO ALL.'' TUESDAY. JANUARY 19. Speculation, the bane of the Tea Trade, is for the present laid prostrate; and the holders of 'stock are in a quandary—not knowing how to clear out- their old and dearly bought Teas. The prompt on Friday last was met, and Company's Congous
January 19, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR CASE. ROYAL COURT OF PARIS (FIRST CHAMIIRR).

SINGULAR CASE. ROYAL COURT OF PARIS (FIRST CHAMIIRR).

41TTING OF JAN. D. The First Chamber of the Royal Court was engaged in its sittings of the and 9th of this month with a suit instituted by their Majesties the King of Belgium and the King of Prussia against N. Hector Chaulet, stockbroker, of Paris. - The two Sovereigns sued befo
January 19, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—FrunAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—FrunAY.

DE VEAUX V. HiLL.—This was an action upon a policy of insurance; tried at Guildhall in the sittings after last term, and reported at length in this paper. The plaintiff, as the agent of a mercantile house in Bordeaux, effecting at Lloyd's the policy in question (of which the def
January 19, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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January 19, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MO. GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, &c. &c. —Biscuits having become a general requisite in all respectable families, and difficult to obtain in

MO. GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, &c. &c. —Biscuits having become a general requisite in all respectable families, and difficult to obtain in

the country in perfection, JAMES TURNER solicits the attention of the above Trades to the SALE of the following A RTICL ES, now in very general demand mall parts of the United Kingdom : TURNER'S PRESBURCIF.R ZWETBACK or PRESBURG WINE BISCUITS. These celebrated biscuits, as impro
August 17, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT.

COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT.

133, FENCHURCII-STREET, ArG 'UST 1 7. WEDNESDAY, A UGUST 11 TH._ _ SI'OAR.—T here was no variation in the value of West India to-day. The Market, however, was- in a dull state. The sales consisted only of 200 hogsheads and tierces. M A URlTlVS%—Privately very little business was
August 17, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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August 17, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England