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LATEST LONDON AND PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

LATEST LONDON AND PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDAY, Aran l«. been good sweaty both of Rnjrliah Wheat and our this week, and the arrival of Foreign Whf»at is large, upwards of 61 quarters, but the duty now 10s. Sd. per the greater part of this will probably into Bond. The trade the to-day not brisk, but Mond
April 29, 1839 - Sherborne Mercury - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
Ti 105 h My. BATAV I A, LI NTI N b. MANILLA, The Livool built Barque FAERIE QUEEN E, P.

Ti 105 h My. BATAV I A, LI NTI N b. MANILLA, The Livool built Barque FAERIE QUEEN E, P.

Hicanol l. C t rionder ; I.:Ultras muter; copper n and coppered, es so , " known sr • remarkably .4 idling a 1 repeals a mod eligible conveyince for or in the Prince's Dock.— BRODIE it HAMILTON, or CILLRLES COTESWORTM
April 29, 1839 - Liverpool Mercantile Gazette and Myers's Weekly Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
*air or ebartrr.

*air or ebartrr.

, On SALE, The fine British built Ship AUSTRALIA, JAMB FOIMIIATER, .....Length Int feet; breadth '... I inch; ' height between 5 Met 8 inc berthen register (old measurement) 387 7 th tow; cop- , pered and copper Bastened, with al her inoternals as ' she arri ors.--For iorentorie
April 29, 1839 - Liverpool Mercantile Gazette and Myers's Weekly Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FOREZCN.

FOREZCN.

bis description remains dull and out of demand, the only sales reported by private contract are 500 bags Brazil, ordinary to fine ordinary, 44s to 49» ; 100 bags St. Domingo, 495. Prices remain steady, but the demand has been limited. SALTPETRE Continues dull, but we have been w
April 29, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SAILED.

SAILED.

The Scsostris, Rowe, for Sydney (N.S.W.) ; Lady Clifford, Granger, for Calcutta ; Magdalen, Maby, for Virginia Iberia (a), Cooper, for Lisbon ; Hope, Boxer, for Rotterdam.
April 29, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
(From the Plymouth Journal of Thursday.)

(From the Plymouth Journal of Thursday.)

The Pelican. 18, Capt. Popham, arrived at Portsmouth on Monday last, from the Coast of Africa, after having been upwards four roan absent from England. Since October this ship has captured throe slave vessels, the Magdalene, Octaria, and Dulcinea, with (taken together) 80<) slav
April 29, 1839 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
(From Ths Tim* »f this moralßg.)

(From Ths Tim* »f this moralßg.)

(From Tim* »f this moralßg.) i* false to assert that Tke Time* newspaper, speaking for the Couservati vet, haa held out the ** olire-branch the Whig Cabinet, or to any portion of it. As regards the Mormanbys, Howicks, &e., such charge, we presume, could not drenrat of by any sane
April 29, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Krswkdse.-OB the Ist of to cloth.

Krswkdse.-OB the Ist of to cloth.

A STATISTICAL ACCOUNT the BRITISH second editioa. to tnyeltvn. with 19Peetralis. price onesoiase Vonndto cWh. the First Series WJISTORICAL SKETCHES of STATESMEN wtw» Seeriihe* to timeef Oeerceili. an Appendix. Lord BROCOK AM. F. R. S. Several Ihsiketchte m votems have appeared t
April 29, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
PILOTAGE.

PILOTAGE.

Mr. Alderman THOMPSON asked bis right ben. friend the President of the Board of Trade whether intended te bring in bill regulating pilotage this eearion Mr. P. THOMSON was almost inaudible. understood him te say that had not much hope mi the subject. Hie order of the day having
April 29, 1839 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF LORDS— Fkidst. La«»i laa4 kit tout aa woniaark Iba wmtikmm.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF LORDS— Fkidst. La«»i laa4 kit tout aa woniaark Iba wmtikmm.

April 29, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England