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British colonial bank and LOAN COMPANY Office, 13, St. Lombard-street, London.:—Capital, £I,(H!0,I)II0, n 2»,000 Shares £40 each.—Deposit, £5 per Share.

British colonial bank and LOAN COMPANY Office, 13, St. Lombard-street, London.:—Capital, £I,(H!0,I)II0, n 2»,000 Shares £40 each.—Deposit, £5 per Share.

directors: The lit. Hon. Sir R. Wilniot Horton, Bt. Chairman. The Rt. Hon. Thos. P. Courtcnay, Deputy Chairman Sir Wm. de Bathe, Bart. |Geo. Alfred Muskctt, Esq., Robert John Esq.f M. P. Sir Herbert Compton. Sir Geo. Sinclair, Bt., M.P. Emanuel Cooper, Esq. Sir Fras. Shuckburgh,
July 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
VICTORIA LIFE ASSURANCE AND LOAN COMPANY, No. 18, King William -street, City. DIRECTORS. Sir James Duke, Chairman.—Be.iJ. Hawes, Deputy Chairman.

VICTORIA LIFE ASSURANCE AND LOAN COMPANY, No. 18, King William -street, City. DIRECTORS. Sir James Duke, Chairman.—Be.iJ. Hawes, Deputy Chairman.

William Allen, Benjamin Barnard, 1 Baldwin, Cockburo, ' Donkin, I Aaron Goldsmid, James Law Jones, | John Knlll, | Benj. Lancaster, Thomas Nesbitt, I Daniel Sutton, Jun., Majur-Gentrai Robertson. J O’B. Bellingham Woolsey. PavstciAXS.—Dr. Billing, Dr. T. Jones. sosos's.— James P
July 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MONK? MARKET.

MONK? MARKET.

CITY, Evknixo.—A fraction— certainly unexpected by nearly ail the principal moneyed and c jmmercial men of the City—of not less than one and eighth per cent., has taken'place in the quotations of the public tecurilifs since this day week. It had been apprehended in all quarters
July 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BEER SHOPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING ADVERTISER.

BEER SHOPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING ADVERTISER.

BEER SHOPS. TO THE EDITOR THE MORNING ADVERTISER. Sir, —I am not a Licensed Victualler, nor in any way interested in their trade, but have been and still decided to bcer-sbops, bnt now more so than ever, from a conviction of their utter iuttficacy for any moral or useful purpose.
July 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
umrEßsnr collkcz, London.

umrEßsnr collkcz, London.

collkcz, London. Saturday, the annual distribution prize, to the . , ,n F .r u|,y of Arts took place at the eboe, i„ r ution. The theatre of the College was crowded J.“o'«h , om'!h ,or ‘' ,. ' er, "«S eridently felt whom the successful candidates were. Among those n-esent were-Mr
July 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COMMRRCIA I. ISTh. U.K, KSCE, June 30

COMMRRCIA I. ISTh. U.K, KSCE, June 30

RXCHA.NCiE PARIS. I ari ft, Junk 27.— luile ba'io«u done tuttrJ.f Licu.oite.. London m.rk.t w , fli'.sn Ihcro were con p rHU.elj f of bill.. Too gaoled coor.e U, for bill, .t one monlh's date. 2of. 12Jc for p.per and money, and 24f. 90c. per pound ..crlio, moorr. I otoer pl.caa
July 1, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING CHRONICLE. MONDAY, JULY

THE EVENING CHRONICLE. MONDAY, JULY

July 1, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Jury bowed In weful tileDce, and withdrew altsoded by the POLICE INTELLIGENCE*

The Jury bowed In weful tileDce, and withdrew altsoded by the POLICE INTELLIGENCE*

The Jury bowed In weful tileDce, and withdrew altsoded the POLICE INTELLIGENCE* MANSION-HOUSE KzTßNktvg Robbert Awatica.—An American lad, between 17 and years of age, nam'd John was Saturday brought before Sir P«Ur Imurie, who sat tor the Lord Mayor, charged with having robbed br
July 1, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Her Majesty and her august mother, her Majesty the I Queen Dowager, and the Princess Augusta, attended Divine Service yesterday morning in the Chapel Royal, St. James's. The sermon was preached by the Hon. and Rrv. N. Gien- ville, from St. Mark, chap, ix, and part of the oih ver
July 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
tRIAL OF THE INSURGENTS OF THE 12th AND.13th OF MAY.

tRIAL OF THE INSURGENTS OF THE 12th AND.13th OF MAY.

tRIAL OF THE INSURGENTS OF THE 12th AND 13th OF MAY. (From the Times.) COURT OF PEERS, *__rt 29. At a quarter past 12 o'clock the 19 prisoners were brought ! in by their usual escort of gendarmes, and the Court shortly afterwards entered the hall. M. Dupont, the counsellor fori M
July 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England