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_ LAST NEWS IN LONDON.

_ LAST NEWS IN LONDON.

The French papers of Thursday contain numerous paragraphs and extracts et correspoadence from the East, which only repeat in other words the news which appears in our second page. The trial of the winners concerned in the late riots commenced on Thursday. The prisoners are charg
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
FLUCTUATIONS IN MONEY AFFAIRS.

FLUCTUATIONS IN MONEY AFFAIRS.

TUZSDAY.--It to as yet ilVOlSibie to what maybe expected to reaft laths from the measures by the *lnland; for the letter, are mideresallderable excitement, and seem ta have bean takes whollyby surprise, to hemmapietely paralyzed. Is the City the opinion Is that most prejudicial
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
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whether he pleaded guilty or not 'linty, to which he replied that he wasa't aware that he had done any harns.—By the direction of the magistrate the clerk read the following from the body of the summons to which the defendant had appeared.— "Complaint has been made before me, &c
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
Beeley .. . . 59 Oats .... 3,616 13,797 Inoue, 4,510 seeks; It, 3,615 quarters. STATE OF THE FOREIGN GRAIN MARKETS.

Beeley .. . . 59 Oats .... 3,616 13,797 Inoue, 4,510 seeks; It, 3,615 quarters. STATE OF THE FOREIGN GRAIN MARKETS.

HAMM/RON, Jose 25.—The accounts from England being by no means satisfactory, and the weather in every respect, extremely favonrable for the growirag crops (which are looking very premising) the demand, for even the finest parcels of wheat, has become very heavy, and sales cannot
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
18,801,280 BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS MARKETS. _ MONDAY, JULY 1. .. . _

18,801,280 BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS MARKETS. _ MONDAY, JULY 1. .. . _

17,828,441 Although the season for the receipt of old potatoes from Scotland, the Channel Islands, and all parts of England, is now rapidly drawing to a conclusion, we have a steady inquiry for the best kinds, at fully the currencies noted in our report of this day se'nnight ; b
July 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England
 
MONTHLY MILITARY ORITI \R

MONTHLY MILITARY ORITI \R

GerieYal the Rii.ht Hon. Lord W. C. Benuuck, 0.C.1 Colonel of I lib Lisht Dragoons. Pari«. Lieutenant-lienerai Corner, E. I. Company's service, Lo I Majos-Uenebals— Turner, LB.. K. L Company's *<« burgh; Mornu, C.8., ditto, Trichioopoly, Madras; Hur Pans. Colonel Sir Richard Wil
July 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE.

THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE.

THE AFROAN sAVIE TRADIs. Aftqr a'elitding the well-suppvrted narrative of lsorrors'setrisr'h in' thiis voilume, It ir, not eaqy to biring the minid down totdat cond ition of calmness and sobriety', which is necessary, in order to form an estimate of its value andl itepsrtsnce. Th
July 1, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FRIDAY's & SATURDAY's MARKETS.

FRIDAY's & SATURDAY's MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE. The supplies of all kinds of grain this week have been small, except Irish oats. fair business has done wheat, and tbe finest parcels have rather exceeded day's terms. In other grain there is no variation, with slack demand. Flour trade very dull. ARRIVALS. Wheat.
July 1, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BIRTH.—On Tuesday last, the Lady of the Rev. H. Pountney, Minister of St. John's Church, Wolverhampton, of twin daughters. MARRIED.—On

BIRTH.—On Tuesday last, the Lady of the Rev. H. Pountney, Minister of St. John's Church, Wolverhampton, of twin daughters. MARRIED.—On

Wednesday last, Edgbaston, the Rev. J. Allport, the Rev. W. B. Smith, to Hannah, daughter of Mr. Rock, of Calthorpe-street.—On Thursday last, at Leamington, by the Rev. John Garbett, M.A. Rector of St. George's, in this town, the Rev. Henry Bagnail, M. Emma, eldest surviving dau
July 1, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOROUGH OF BIRMINGHAJL J In the county of Warwick. N°.TJP. E „ is oerehy given, that the First GENERAL *

BOROUGH OF BIRMINGHAJL J In the county of Warwick. N°.TJP. E „ is oerehy given, that the First GENERAL *

,KB SESSIONS of the PEACE for this B?'ough will be held at the Public Office, Moor-street, . aforesaid, on Friday the sth day of July. 1839, i ten o clock the forenoon precisely, when the' Grand - 7 im Pannelled and sworn, the ordinary business ot the Court gone through, and the
July 1, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England