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THE LAST OF THE BRIGANDS.

THE LAST OF THE BRIGANDS.

" The Commander-in-Chief." after the manner of General Ilirge, it great on paper. He entered Canada with the following:—
January 7, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOUFIGN FUNDS.

FOUFIGN FUNDS.

Fuons.—Pnals, Jan. s.—Pive per Cents 109 f 90e 95c 90e 95c 90c 95c 110 f 109 f 95e 1101. Poor per Cents 1011 70n 75c Ole. Three per Cents 791 60c 70e 65c 70c 811 c 75c70c. flank Actions 266111. Renle .1e Naples Five per Cents 991 25c One. Roman rive per Cents 1004 4, e.sPagife A
January 7, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

II.MORELL'SBjACK LEAD PENCILS, Sodby M eerr IV arsnCoefrd, Miller, awd Price, Portsinoutht. Messrs ifnHreyadWoodward. Porttea t lcess Htardting, Jolno an oadLegg, Gosport ; ri. Hodlge, Chichester; Mr elyr Rd;tiesete. French, Row. tier, rrihn ,Nwot ese apo and Martin, Lyming. ton;
January 7, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
lb f gttMk UtOft ESTABLISHED IN 1759,

lb f gttMk UtOft ESTABLISHED IN 1759,

gttMk UtOft ESTABLISHED IN 1759, - ; ~ , jui™,. ,„a KmiM I, Si. DunsUn’i-hill ; where >ll Confidential Communications ate t>l ;at Lloyd's ; Garraway's ; John's ; and Baltic Coffee-houses. Advertisements, 0.C., received at Messrs. Charles Gore's General Advertiser-office. At Manch
January 7, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LUNDO \ DUCKS,

LUNDO \ DUCKS,

LUNDO DUCKS, Eliz»ht>h, (rum Mogul ore! Glohe, from BaUimure ; Minerva, from Leghorn ; Viclorin, ,0 lr ' - , . o Hauled Out—The Km.ly, for Vjlpi.rmso ; Rcso- ,»an, for the River I’crscvcrr.ncc, for the Hirer Vessels Dock.—l!>3. ST. KATHARINE HOCKS. jjauied In. —Tim Newport, from
January 7, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
1,1 V EH. POO I* PKXCS Liverpool. January 4, 1838* 4NNATTO, per lb. «. ‘1 •• J. lias lo roll

1,1 V EH. POO I* PKXCS Liverpool. January 4, 1838* 4NNATTO, per lb. «. ‘1 •• J. lias lo roll

- ARROWROOT, per lb I) ASHES, per cwt. Montreal, Pot, new ~..28 G —26 old ..,.27 —27 Pearl 0 none U.S;alc«,Pot Tcarl ...... BARK. QcßticiTiiOM, per cwl ..20 Oak, per ton s. *• Dutch 7 German ..,,,.....4 10 BERRIES, per cwl. «. 0. ». 0. Torkcj,yellow ~....CO 0 -100 0 -300 0 BORAX
January 7, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Cu»loms^on>MUUlcdpattcs....... ••y • Supal Duty npptirnlili! Com. Sugar Duty applicable to Supplies... Total Customs Excise Stamps Taxes Post-office Crown Lands

Cu»loms^on>MUUlcdpattcs....... ••y • Supal Duty npptirnlili! Com. Sugar Duty applicable to Supplies... Total Customs Excise Stamps Taxes Post-office Crown Lands

• Miscellaneous Total Ordinary Revenue .... Imprest and repayments, Total Income The Amount applied to the Con'olulalodFuiwl.. Ditto, oart of the Ways and Means of the \ea Ditto, as part of the Ways Total.
January 7, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A. FORRFSTKR, Secretary.

A. FORRFSTKR, Secretary.

rpWELFTH-NIGHT BALL. DANCING-MAS I. TF.H WILSON, late of the Italian Opera-house,and Author of various Works Panclne. respectfully acquaint* his pupils and the public, that his ANNUAL TWELFTH-NIGHT HALL will take place on WEDNESDAY next, January 9, at the Crown Tavern, Clerkenwe
January 7, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
X.OKJ3ODT w'Oß,i>J EXCHANRE.

X.OKJ3ODT w'Oß,i>J EXCHANRE.

our market as-day was moderately siii.j.lie,! wiih Wheat from Bssex, Kent, and Suffolk ; l„t the quantity on sale from more remote:! counties wax v. ry inconsiderable. The finest ?? of Baft is 1 were taken off slowly at the rates of this day se'n- hlfht, and the damp and inferio
January 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MOKNINCi NJfiWSI'ArERS.

MOKNINCi NJfiWSI'ArERS.

(From the Times.) The article entitled " Papal Conspiracy " in the number of the Quarterly Review just published has been considered, aid with justice, as an appeal to England on behalf of the Protestant King and people of Prussia, against the encroach- ing spirit and arbitrary
January 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England