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INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY

To tbe cottager who aha)l hare brought up the largest family without any or the least parochial telief. —lit Prize, (£2) Wm. Barr, aged 40, employ of Mr. Lucking, of Williogale Doe; baa wife and nine children, and never received parish relief.—2os. to Wm. Tween, aged 61, in empl
October 15, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Korvicb Temperance Festival

Korvicb Temperance Festival

'■ Was held on the 2nd iusl. when about one persons of all ages and both sexes sat down to lea St. Andrew's Hall, a blessing haring been prenously sung, accompanied by the organ. The tables were cleared by half-past six. when thanks haring b« again given, the (onus the gallery w
October 15, 1839 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
LIVERPOOL. OcT. 14. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Shipping—The Lancashire, the Tarolinta, and the Josephine have arrived at New York. All

LIVERPOOL. OcT. 14. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Shipping—The Lancashire, the Tarolinta, and the Josephine have arrived at New York. All

the vessels experienced the gale of the 13th of September, and the Tarolinta lost two men overboard. The Champion, Warren, from Liverpool, has arrived at Bos• ton ; also experienced the gale of the 13th September. New Youx, Sept. 26—A schooner, with salt from the Me. dora, from
October 15, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
For DEMEK AKA. Will qolck dlfpatch. fine, new? fwt-samng Ship C A RIB, JSSSC AI. *lO tone, Alfred Braodharst, watur;

For DEMEK AKA. Will qolck dlfpatch. fine, new? fwt-samng Ship C A RIB, JSSSC AI. *lO tone, Alfred Braodharst, watur;

lyiof the West India Dock; iir«t-rale accommodation far f**- porttcolkn apply fa Mew*. James Brand Caw, East India arfa BTOVELL aad BROWN, 157. Frackaicb-stiert
October 15, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

COLONIAL PEODOCE—(THIS DAT). Sccaa.—There has been rather more business doing die market for British plantation, but without an; material alteration in prices. The tales have been about 700 hbds. At auction 130 cases and 1,49(1 bags Manilla—the greater part very inferior—sold at
October 15, 1839 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
Jan. and July li a it cc cc Jan. and July Jan. and July Quarterly. Feb. and Aug 46 Jan

Jan. and July li a it cc cc Jan. and July Jan. and July Quarterly. Feb. and Aug 46 Jan

& July Jan. & July Feb. and Aug. Feb. and Aug. Jan. and July. Nay & Nov Feb. and Aug. 5111 y and Nuv. Jan. and July May and Nov. %M. Bow Oat.. Harley. eet English S:utch Irish British Colonies ••• Foreign ••••••••.• • •••• 65 2675 12798 Malt. 3411 I.4saml. Tare!. 1 ..31 lth 305
October 15, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
LIST OF SCOTTISH COMPANIES' PRICES.

LIST OF SCOTTISH COMPANIES' PRICES.

October 15, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
Shires. 1766 1482 720 1260 1005 8000 is sh. 4000 7 12 400 500 460 20601 600 20,000 35751 231

Shires. 1766 1482 720 1260 1005 8000 is sh. 4000 7 12 400 500 460 20601 600 20,000 35751 231

1297 11,600 28494 1500 3096 600 749 6238 25,328 11,6991 28971 5454 1897 70 2409 700 250 500 3000 247 1786 521 2400 21,418 5669 500 800 36001. 700 500 300 3647 200 533 3762 1300 1150 26004-6. 350 8119 1000 sh 10004 980 6000 5000 800 126 905 600&1065 is 1038 323,8,31W51.1 68,3241.
October 15, 1839 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
BANK OF MANCHESTER.

BANK OF MANCHESTER.

The general annual meeting of the shareholders in this establishment was held at the York Hotel, in Manchester, an Wednesday last. The attendance was rather numerous. JOHN BROWN, Esq., one of the directors, was called on to preside. After the usual preliminaries had been gone th
October 15, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH CHRONICLE AND JJytebatl Obening 13a5t. TI.TUSDAY ArTERNOON, October 15. It is amusing to trace the self-contradictory modes in

THE ENGLISH CHRONICLE AND JJytebatl Obening 13a5t. TI.TUSDAY ArTERNOON, October 15. It is amusing to trace the self-contradictory modes in

which the corn laws are assailed by the advocates of free trade. On no point are the " philosophers" more decidedly at war, than in regard to the influence which the corn laws exercise on the market value of labour. At one time, we are assured, that the framers and supporters of
October 15, 1839 - English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post - London, London, England