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ENLISTMENT OF SEAMEN.

ENLISTMENT OF SEAMEN.

_ Mr. C. WOOD, in moving that the house resolve itself into a committee on this bill, called their attention to its principal provisions. The objert which it had in view was to raise the condition of the sailor, and to render the naval service as agreeable to and as advantageous
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FRENCH POLITICS.

FRENCH POLITICS.

There is nothing very in French politics since our last publication. It appears that the much-talked-of and much-dreaded intervention in the affairs of Spain, which was supposed to be advocated by MM. TritEns and GUIZOT, has "melted into thin air" before the actual presence of T
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS – SATURDAY.

THE FUNDS – SATURDAY.

THE FUNDS - SATURDAY. FOUR O'CLOCK,—The Consol Market has slightly advanced, being now quoted 914 for the Account. In the Foreign Market Dut c h Fi ve p er C en t . St oc k i s 100 4 and the Two and allalf per Cents, 544 55. Belgian is 1004 ; Russian 1084 109; Spanish Stock, 484
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT,

IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT,

The ATTORNEY-GENERAL, in ans - w - er - t - o - a — question respecting the Imprisonment for Debt Bill, said he should be greatly disappointed if it did not pass this session. H e h a d d one best for it, but its success was in other hands. In or otit'of office his views remaine
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
rer Quarter (Imperial) o e f n t n n g g ri t ia j d ay an c

rer Quarter (Imperial) o e f n t n n g g ri t ia j d ay an c

d Wales, for the w ee k Wheat 40s sd. I R y e ld. Barley 29s Od. j Beans 403 4d. Oats 23s 6d. Peas 3d. Aggregate Average of the last Six Weeks, which regulates Duty. Wheat 40s id. I Rye 3ls 2d. Barley 29s 8e Beans 2d. Oats 23810d Peas 37s 4d. Duty on Foreign Corn for the present
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
I) STRAW (per load.) REGENT'S-PARK. Old Meadow Hay .. llO 115 Inferior Clover Straw PORTMAN. Old Meadow Hay Clover Hay

I) STRAW (per load.) REGENT'S-PARK. Old Meadow Hay .. llO 115 Inferior Clover Straw PORTMAN. Old Meadow Hay Clover Hay

New Hay Wheat Straw 42 47 r Meadow Hay Inferior Clover Straw 42 48
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

sales hews soity to Is aide slay-; Cs- con- ulty. The sales hae ?be ?? quite ed to ,asd. laltic allono with ets of Hops a not liPs; ItIbs of 38 tenial ri Ia. inca- sene lb to retty to 4s per -asoir lint- best 5 par s are over, ippit iriron -Ia to pair1 Is, Is pply. ay at at tro d
July 13, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
We had a very' rather heavy. First. Second... ..... Third .... Ave Beef, per lb. Os, 0 0 0 nr.

We had a very' rather heavy. First. Second... ..... Third .... Ave Beef, per lb. Os, 0 0 0 nr.

fallow. cwt. 31 .I,2u,rterit Loaf 0 Potatoes. 1111,. 0
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. Mr. John 'Wilson Croker, although ostensibly retired from public life, and quietly enjoying his pension

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. Mr. John 'Wilson Croker, although ostensibly retired from public life, and quietly enjoying his pension

and sinecures, is, nevertheless, under-ground, an active writer on behalf of the Tories. All the world know that he entertains forlorn hopes of the re-appearance of " Conservatives " on the stage of Government, for any considerable period ; and that he privately ridiculed the la
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
(COURT CIRCULAR) Their Majesties left town at half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday moreing, ia a carriage and four, for the

(COURT CIRCULAR) Their Majesties left town at half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday moreing, ia a carriage and four, for the

Palace at Kew. Lady Bedingtield, Miss Hope Johnstone, Sir Henry 'Wheatley, and Sir Andrew Barnard, Earls Howe and Denbieh, Colonel Bowati: r and Miss Wilson, followed in two carriages ad four. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Kew at half-past one o'clock, and lunched
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England