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A CASE OF CLAIRVOYANCE.

A CASE OF CLAIRVOYANCE.

We dare say that most of our readers are almost tired of mesmerism, and will be rather disposed to pass by than to read any further statements respecting it. Still, we cannot refrain from placing before them some particulars of an apparent case of clairvoyance, recently exhibite
May 7, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

On Wednesday afternoon Mr. Carter, the coroner for the eastern division of the county of Surrey, opened a court at the Swan and Magpie Tavern, at the foot of B ittersea-bridge, for the purpose of inquiring into the cirrumstances attendant upon the death of Mrs. Sarah Eleanor M`F
May 7, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO MERCHANTS; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, &e. T O BE SOLD Olt LET all that EXCELLENT HOUSE and EXTENSIVE SHOP

TO MERCHANTS; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, &e. T O BE SOLD Olt LET all that EXCELLENT HOUSE and EXTENSIVE SHOP

and WAREHOUSES situate in Micklegate in the City of York, in which a first-rate Wholesale and Retail Grocery and Tallow Chandlery business hare been carried on for upwards of the last half Century, under the firm of Crosby, Calton and Co., and Crosby, and Co. To a man of Capital
May 7, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PROVISION MARKET—Tins DAY.

THE PROVISION MARKET—Tins DAY.

During the past week, the arrivals of Irish Butter have been on an extensive scale: hence many of the holders have become anxious sellers, and prices, from the heaviness in the demand, must be considered somewhat lower. The inquiry for Dutch Butter is heavy, and the quotations h
August 13, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VoONcrwt.

VoONcrwt.

CITY CHRONICLE OFFICE, TUESDAY, AUGUSL 13. O'CLOCK. PUBLIC SALES OF SUGAR-_(T' s DAY). 150 hhds Barbadoes. 2,637 bags Mauritius. 100 casks Madras. 2,300 bags Bengal. The dulness of the late sales of Mauritius Sugars were relieved on Friday by the appearance of a speculative buye
August 13, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE SUGAR MARKET.

THE SUGAR MARKET.

*or the best kinds of West India, Mauritius, and Bengal s ug ars the demand has ruled steady, at f u ll p r i ces . I n o th er kinds Of Sugar, comparatively little business has been doing. 'The stock of West India Sugar is now 20,800 hhds and tierces, against 22,276 do. at the
August 13, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The Courrier observes very candidly, that " the state of affairs of Algeria is alarming." Our private lette rs concur in this assertion. Each refers to facts that might, if all Europe were as anxious for war as certain portions of the French press pretend to be, and as certain p
June 11, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—YrsTERDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—YrsTERDAY.

RUGAR DUTIES. The principal business In the House was that on the of the Sugar Duties. Mr. EWART moved that the duty on foreign was, , houid be reduced to the same rate as on colonial sugar. The motion however, negatived by a majority of 203. HOUSE OF LORDS.—YESTEILDAY. Numerous
June 11, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
itatu Intelligence. COURT OF EXCHEQUER.-THURSDAY:

itatu Intelligence. COURT OF EXCHEQUER.-THURSDAY:

THE DERBY STAKES.—COLONEL PEEL V. WEA.THERDY AND ANOTHER.—This case came before the court upon a rule to show cause why Colonel Peel, as owner of the horse Orlando, and Mr. Alexander Wood, as owner of the horse Runnin g Rein, should not appear to assert or relinquish their claim
June 11, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
I, . 4--Ar car ~„,"„,,,t,•. ..,„,• 411 e LI • r ;tr:4' ntel • 01 • t‘l‘ tros

I, . 4--Ar car ~„,"„,,,t,•. ..,„,• 411 e LI • r ;tr:4' ntel • 01 • t‘l‘ tros

I , . 4--Ar car ..,„,• 411 e LI • r ; tr:4' ntel • 01 • t‘l‘ tros ONDON, EDINBURGH, and DUBLIN MA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 3, Charlotte-row, Mansion House, and 18, Chancery-lane, London. DIRECTORS. Kennett Kingsford, Esq., Chairman. Benjamin Ifill, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Alexander
August 20, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England