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STOCK AND SHV'-F. LISTS.-()

STOCK AND SHV'-F. LISTS.-()

STOCK AND SHV'-F. LISTS. ?? (By Authority of the Co ra nil *c ofthe Stock Ruhanga ENGLI.H STOCKS. Bank Stock, ?? ?? $ per Cent. Keduced. Ditto, Old Van itt#», 1 per Ceat. Consols, » _&i - , Ditto. New ?? i. tt p.*r Ce.iL.IHIa, Bach. Bills . 1 _i. pjr J?«r Cent. Ano., 1726, Ditto
October 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I STOCK. ANU SHARE LISIS.-Oct. I "~~""

I STOCK. ANU SHARE LISIS.-Oct. I "~~""

I (By Aathnrity ofthe Committer ofthe Stock Exchange | ENGLIHH STOCK* Beak Stock, So,,^ ?? 3uak J per Ceal. Reduced, | Ditto, Old Ann lilies 1 per Ceat. Consols, 904 90 | Ditto New Date -i P* r Ceßt - '■*"•». Each.' Bill* 2d. 4 3 :, , ri,, • percent. Abb., 1726, Ditt»(l|d.) 4 I
October 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY.

MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY.

General — Wemyss, Gov. of Tynemouth Castle, Kensington. Lieutenant-generals— Wjndham i Sir Jos. Maclean, X.C H R Art., Woolwich. LiEirrEN_.NT-Coi.o.Ni!ts— Dantey, 76 F„ Demerara; Lucas h p York Rang. ; A. Corapte Dv Hautoy, C.8., h. p.. Chats. Brit. I M.Ajoas- Ainsworth, 44 F.,
October 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW SITTINGS.—(T___ Dat.)

LAW SITTINGS.—(T___ Dat.)

LAW SITTINGS.— ?? Dat.) BANKRUPTCY COURT, BASINGHALL-STREET. Before Mr. Commissioner Evans. Samuel Youngman, of Old-street, Umber-merchant, audit of ac- counts at twelve , Henry Graves, ofthe Strand, tailor, adjourned ex- amination at eleven. Before Mr. Commissioner Fane. Joseph
October 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS..i — .

THE MARKETS..i — .

THE MARKETS. i — . CORN EXCHANGE, Sept. 30. We have been most ?? supplied with Foreign and English Wheat during the last week, and the trade closed at a lechne of trom 2s. to 3s. per quarter on Friday. This morning there has l»een a very large arrival, "chiefly from Essex and Ken
October 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

(From oar Correspondent.) DUBLIN, Oct. 4. The boys of Macroom gave a " feed " to their Members, Barry and Roche, on Tuesday, in a store-loft, lighted with a few candles stuck to hoops hang from the rafter., to serve lor chandeliers. Their reverences presented a formidable array,
October 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Wf&t Ulatmittf fltosst.

Wf&t Ulatmittf fltosst.

LONDON, SAiURPAY, October 5, 1839 . No. 21.435.
October 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ROTAL EXCHANGE.

ROTAL EXCHANGE.

I . T*f ?? who hava the management of tho intende. build nig resolved that it should X o tj public coo.petition,and ad Termed for plans and dawns some months ago. to be deliverei at Mercers -haU on or before the Ist of August lest In par j tuance of that resolution, thirty-eight
October 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WRECK OF THE ALBION.

WRECK OF THE ALBION.

FURTHER PARTICULARS. On Friday night last, the 27th of September, the win. blew a heavy gale from the southward, which moderated to wards the morning of Saturday, when, between the hours o two and three, the Alhioa brigantine.of Exeter, Capt. San. well-, laden with coals from Ne
October 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHEFFIELD AND ROTHERHAM

SHEFFIELD AND ROTHERHAM

The E»rl of Clarendon, our late Ambassador at Madrid, is the brother of Mr. Villiera. of Wolrerhampton. The Laws.— We believe it is not known to many persons, that an Act of Parliament was passed in the late session (on the 29th July last) intituled Act to amend and extend until
October 5, 1839 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England