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DREADFUL OCCURRENCE AT SEA.

DREADFUL OCCURRENCE AT SEA.

LITERPOOL, Wednesday Afternoon. There haa been much gloom amongst our merchants and gentlemen on change, in consequence of receipt of news by the ship Lady Falkland, arrived here this morning from New Orleans, te the effect that Captain Rathbone, his first and second mate, toget
January 28, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT OF REVIEW, Jan. 27.

COURT OF REVIEW, Jan. 27.

RE THE LEEDS AND WEST RIDING BANKING COMPAKT. This was a petition to annul the fiat which had been aken out against the bankrupts. There, were objections to he validity of the flat, but it was the wish of all parties that he matter should stand over for a short time (about three
January 28, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA HOUSE, 27th January, 1847. THE COURT of DIRECTORS of the EAST INDIA COMPANY do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That

EAST INDIA HOUSE, 27th January, 1847. THE COURT of DIRECTORS of the EAST INDIA COMPANY do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That

a QUARTERLY GENERAL COURT of the said Company will be held at their House, in Leadenhall-street, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th March, 1847, at Eleven o'clock In the forenoon. JAMES C. MELVILL, Secretory. the TRANSFER BOOKS of the said Company's Stock Will be SHUT on Thursday, the 4th
January 28, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER AT LONDON BRIDGE TO-MORROW,

HIGH WATER AT LONDON BRIDGE TO-MORROW,

Mom 41 m- after I*2 | After 6 m. after 1
January 28, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD. THURSDAY EVKNING, JANUARY 28.

THE STANDARD. THURSDAY EVKNING, JANUARY 28.

January 28, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
A BILL TO MAKE FURTHER PROVISION FOR.TIIE RELIEF OF TIIE DESTITUTE POOR IN.IRELAND.

A BILL TO MAKE FURTHER PROVISION FOR.TIIE RELIEF OF TIIE DESTITUTE POOR IN.IRELAND.

A BILL TO MAKE FURTHER PROVISION FOR TIIE RELIEF OF TIIE DESTITUTE POOR IN IRELAND. Whereas, by an act passed in the second year of the reigfl of her present Majesty, intituled, "An act for the more effectual relief of the destitute poor in Ireland," and by subsequent acts amendi
January 28, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHAKES.

SHAKES.

JOINT STOCK BANKS. Lond. and West. — I Provincial of Ireland, — • British North American, — | British North Amer., — MINES. Real del Monte Unreg., — | Bolanos Scrip, -— Australian. — I Asturian Mining Com., — RAILWAYS. The following are the actual quotations without reference to
June 9, 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ROYAL CIRCUS and SUIIREY THEATRE.- I ' THIS present EVENING, anil Four following Evenings' ?? Heroic, Operatic. Tragic, Panto- 1

ROYAL CIRCUS and SUIIREY THEATRE.- I ' THIS present EVENING, anil Four following Evenings' ?? Heroic, Operatic. Tragic, Panto- 1

jninic, Burle-que, L«netta Spectacular Parody, under the i title of DON GIOVANNI. After whicii will be produced t [for the Ist ti e), a new Serious Pantomimic Romance, pro. ' duced bvano under the direction of Mr. Ridtrwav,and founded ! on a ?? !llld i* l "** merest mg Poem, cal
July 1, 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
•■ ____• .tINBS

•■ ____• .tINBS

•■ ?? .tINBS -/n-TTEX AT THE TIME THE WINDOW TAX WAS SO MUCH TALKED ABOUT IN IRELAND. Said Vansit this year, To a friend that was near, Those Irish they all want to fight one *. j The war-tax 'tis triie, Between I and you, Is a tax— but I think it a light otic, ?? Said his friend
July 16, 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

NEWMARKET JULY MEETlNG— Tuesday, July 14. Mr. Wollaston's Merlin, beat Mr. Blake's Dictator, Bst. 51b each. A. F. 300g5.— 6 to 4 agst Merlin. Sweepstakes of ?? each, for 3-yr-old», 6st. 91b. four, Bst. lib. tive. 8-t. 101b. six, 9st. and aged, 9st. 21b. T. M. M. Mr. Payne named
July 16, 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England