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MONEY MARKET, FRIDAY. A slight depression has occurred in Consols; but in the English stock market generally, things present a

MONEY MARKET, FRIDAY. A slight depression has occurred in Consols; but in the English stock market generally, things present a

favourable appearance. Business on Friday was not extensive. In foreign securities there has not been quite so much going on as for the last day or two, and .persons having again taken advantage of the rapid improvement in Portuguese to realise a profit, a reaction has taken pla
January 20, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.—THURSDAY. CITY AND HUNGERFORD FISH MARKETS. The supplies were better to-day, but prices were not lower. INDIGO SALE—THIRD DAY.

LONDON MARKETS.—THURSDAY. CITY AND HUNGERFORD FISH MARKETS. The supplies were better to-day, but prices were not lower. INDIGO SALE—THIRD DAY.

This sale progresses with spirit, and prices continue Is. to is. 6d. per lb. higher than those of last sale. lip to the present time about 22,000 chests have passed the hammer, about half of which have sold. COLONIAL MARKET. There is not quite so much spirit in the Market as the
January 20, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
CATHOLIC METROPOLITAN CEM ET E RY. CAPITAL £50,000, In Shares of £lO each, Deposit £2 per Share. IP HIS COMPANY

CATHOLIC METROPOLITAN CEM ET E RY. CAPITAL £50,000, In Shares of £lO each, Deposit £2 per Share. IP HIS COMPANY

is now formed, and a full Prospecills with list of Directors, will be forthwith advertised. Applications for furiher particulars and shares to be made (if by letter, postpaid) to Messrs. Kearns and Innis, 5, Red Lion-square; and Mr. Cecil Beeke, 59, Lincoln's-inn-fields.
January 20, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
No. 31.] NEW BEER. TRADE. We are truly glad to find that the beer-sellers are bestirring themselves, and preparing for

No. 31.] NEW BEER. TRADE. We are truly glad to find that the beer-sellers are bestirring themselves, and preparing for

the struggle which they expect to engage in. The metropolitan part of the trade are, indeed, fully prepared; and, from a small pamphlet that has been banded to us by Mr. Bishop, the London secretary, we find that the beersellers of Sheffield are not only also on the alert, but t
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
and Wynne, Deputio from Wolverhampton; the Mayor of Bolton, and two other gentlemen, Deputies ; Messrs. J. Bradley, R. Sands,

and Wynne, Deputio from Wolverhampton; the Mayor of Bolton, and two other gentlemen, Deputies ; Messrs. J. Bradley, R. Sands,

and Keely, Deputies from Nottingham. Letters approving of the objects of the meeting were received from Ebenezer Elliot, the corn-law rhymer, Colonel Torrens, G. W. Wood, M.P., Stansfield, M.P., &c. &c. After the cloth had been removed, the CHAIRMAN rose, and was received with l
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
A RUINOUS PASSION PRECOCIOUSLY DEVELOPED.

A RUINOUS PASSION PRECOCIOUSLY DEVELOPED.

"Behold me, then, at my first race (Enfield Races)! it would be absurd to attempt to describe now what I felt then. I do not • affect to recollect the name of a horse or the colour of a rider; but Ido remember that these terrible, terrible high-bred cattle,' being the first raci
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
ALIENATES TRADE AND ADOPTS THE PROFESSION.

ALIENATES TRADE AND ADOPTS THE PROFESSION.

"My future fate (continues Mr. Mathews) was now sealed. To buckle to business after tasting of public applause was not within the boundaries of probable expectation. My first act of open rebellion was accompanied by an assault in the eye of the law. From the age of fourteen unti
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
FIATTON-GARDEN.

FIATTON-GARDEN.

j Mu rphy, u aged B l-1 fifteen, ° v s E B we re E B brought s.—P a u t r aa ud C al l ag h an police of the E division, charged by Mr. William M`William, of No. 6, Clarke's Buildings, Bloomsbury, with having feloniously entered his dwelling house, under the following circumstan
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
, I ftott4 of tbe CBctft,

, I ftott4 of tbe CBctft,

ROYAL JENNERIAN AND LONDON VACCINE INSTITUTION. — On Monday the annual meeting of the,Govemors and Directors of this institution was held at the George and Vulture Tavern, Comhill, the Rev. Mr. Knapp, Dean of St. Paul's, in the chair. The monthly minutes of the last year having
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
BILLINGSGATE MARKET.

BILLINGSGATE MARKET.

Supplies were to-day much as yesterday, and prices about the same. Trade tolerably brisk. Turbot 7s and Os to 15s, 20s, 255, and 30s each, Cod 3s to Bs, 10s, and ,15s each, Soles 91 to 3s 6d per pair, Lobsters Is to 46 each,'Whiting 5d to 8d each, Haddock 10d to Is 2d each. COAL
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England