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MONEY MARKET.—CITY, SATURDAY.

MONEY MARKET.—CITY, SATURDAY.

|MONEY MAIRKE3T.-CJTY, S.4TRuDn{. Tlbsre is still a considcrnble diegree of hleaviness in the English lFund's, but prices have not given waly to any great extent to day; Consols for the Account hateo brett dons at 91i, but they eventually left of as hey did yester- day, at 9]1t t
July 13, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
lIKETS.

lIKETS.

July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT MEETING.

PROTESTANT MEETING.

A second meeting was held on Saturday, at Exeter Hall, for the purpose of "proving to Protestants of all denominations the real tenets of the Church of Rome as now held by the Roman Catholic Bishops and priests of Ireland." The large Hall was quite full. Among those present were
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW BRUNSWICK AND NOVA SCOTIA LAND COMPANY. , HOLDERS of SCRIP are reminded that the SIXTH PAYMENT of THREE PER

NEW BRUNSWICK AND NOVA SCOTIA LAND COMPANY. , HOLDERS of SCRIP are reminded that the SIXTH PAYMENT of THREE PER

CENT. becomes DUE on the 17th nstant. The Scrip to be presented, and the payment to be made, at the ompany's office on or before the above-mentioned date. JOHN BAINBRIDGE, Acting Director. 5, Copthall-court, July 10, 1835. REDDIOOR CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY. THE SHAREHOLDERS i
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
T H E GRACES EXCELLED _ The Graces were three, but the tale is a fable ; Even true, I

T H E GRACES EXCELLED _ The Graces were three, but the tale is a fable ; Even true, I

to cope with these ladies am able, By attributes rare,—yea, exclusively grand, The sole grace am I, that reflective and bright, Though dark, sent abroad an ineffable light; And known as the magnet though potent, yet bland, — The luminous Jet, WARREN'S, 30, the Strand.
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS NURSE, a respectabl_ young Woman, w h o perfectly understands the care of an infant, and. can have an

AS NURSE, a respectabl_ young Woman, w h o perfectly understands the care of an infant, and. can have an

unexceptionable character from the lad, she Is leaving.—Direct E. D., Mr. Smalls, news agent, 71, Lisson-gro re.
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A 8 HOUSE or NURSE MAID, a young Woman, who has been used to the above capacity, and can have

A 8 HOUSE or NURSE MAID, a young Woman, who has been used to the above capacity, and can have

a good character from her last place.—Direct A. M., Mr. Icom, grocer, 18, Park-terrace, Regent's -park.
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- Leaseholds at Islington and Pentonville. MR. BRAY will SELL, at Garraway's, TO-MORROW, July 14, at One for Two precisely,

- Leaseholds at Islington and Pentonville. MR. BRAY will SELL, at Garraway's, TO-MORROW, July 14, at One for Two precisely,

by order of the Executor, the LEASE of a substantial BRICK-BUILT HOUSE, being No. 40, Parkstreet, Islington; held for an unexpired term of 32 years, at the low ground rent of 104 producing a net rental of 25/ per annum. Also a compact Dwelling House, being No. 11, Clarence-place
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
rya MONDAY'S EDITION, JULY 13, 1835. INSTALLATION OF THE MARQUIS CAMDEN.

rya MONDAY'S EDITION, JULY 13, 1835. INSTALLATION OF THE MARQUIS CAMDEN.

• Cambridge has been in a state of unusual bustle during the past week. Dinners, breakfasts, processions, musical meetings, ode recitings, balls, and the whole round of academic ceremonies have taken place with befitting pomp and splendour. It will be recollected that a similar
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS SUNDAY HERALD. LONDON; MONDAY, JULY 13.

THE NEWS SUNDAY HERALD. LONDON; MONDAY, JULY 13.

THE REVENUE. The official Tables of the Revenue, published since our last number, exhibit a deficiency both on the quarter and the year —upon the latter to the amount of £1,758,886, and upon the former to the amount of £656,407. The principal deficit is in the Excise, which for
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England