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HULL AND LONDON STEAMERS

HULL AND LONDON STEAMERS

TO AND FROM CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, Z.ONDOXV.
October 17, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARIER,

INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARIER,

FO LSD ED ON THE PRINCIPLE OF THE LONDON EQUITABLE. PRESIDENT, His Grace the Dcke of BtcctEtCH and Qieens berry, K.G. VICE-PRESIDENTS. Sir ncsn Campbell of Barcaldine, Bart. The Honourable John Gray, Master of Gray. Sir Neil of Menzies, Bart. MANAGER. Roby. Christie, Esq. Accoun
October 17, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD MARKET OF THIS DAY.

BRADFORD MARKET OF THIS DAY.

Wool Market.— ln finer sorts of Wool there still conaiderahle depression, hut owin# the demand, in connexion with the limited supply, the middle and lower qualities fully maintain late prices. Yarn Market There no marked alteration since our last report, which maty attributed th
October 17, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

MABK.LANB. MONDAY. OCTOBKK 7. There wa» m(Kler«lely fair of wheat and barley from E«teir Kent, and Suffolk, whilst the quantity of beans and peas was limited from all these counties, and only a few cargoes of oats fro- Lincolnshire, and small quanaity of Irish oats hare arrived
October 17, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
AND I.EAnENHALT. MARKETS th. trade he. he.,,. XS' • “"'T'V'"" .hi, iufTercd comlder.lile decline. h'„,k fe" ll, ' > 8d

AND I.EAnENHALT. MARKETS th. trade he. he.,,. XS' • “"'T'V'"" .hi, iufTercd comlder.lile decline. h'„,k fe" ll, ' > 8d

per 8 lb. ye. , „„ ol > f,ob, „ tnrenbf Beef ,i|.e, , . dling do. 3». Od. 2d; Prime l(W Mid. '' R,CKS UF HOPS IN THE CBRSRNT etlCKg. £ I. £ t I Fsruhstn o Oto 0 1 East Kent Pk». » K ? >o :; I THE WOOL TIIADE. From Beil Week Messenger. Next to nothing has been passing in British
October 17, 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
peace.”—This million was seconded Esdaile, and, after some fa'liter remarks, was unanimously agreed to. Previous coming this resolution, Messrs Craik

peace.”—This million was seconded Esdaile, and, after some fa'liter remarks, was unanimously agreed to. Previous coming this resolution, Messrs Craik

and Tulloch left the meeting. The Synod adjourned at half-past nine the evening, to nieet at Stirling next spring. The Weather The weather continues very broken and unsettled, although with comparatively little rain. We have occasionally very fine days, but little drought; so th
October 17, 1839 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
MELROSE.

MELROSE.

Oct s.—Our market for draught ewes> and other stock was held here to-day; the number of sheep and lambs was very considerable. and there was also a number of short-horned and black cattle brought forward. The demand was very brisk, and the whole stock was sold off in a short tim
October 17, 1839 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET. Oct. It.—There was a short supply of cattle the market to-day, and last week’s prices were fully

GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET. Oct. It.—There was a short supply of cattle the market to-day, and last week’s prices were fully

maintained. Sheep was likewise a short supplv, but the demind being slack, prices were rather easier, and a few remained unsold. Best slot beef, JO?, IU.. cow and ordinary do. ft*, 9*. par stone of 2'A} lbs.
October 17, 1839 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
WINDSOR.

WINDSOR.

Windsor, Oct. 8. On Sunday last James Bryan, the Scotchman, who. on Wednesday appeared before the sitting magistrate at Kensington to apply for the restoration of some valuable papers of a secret nature.'* he described them (which had been detained, amongst other things, for ren
October 17, 1839 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
OF THE PARISH,

OF THE PARISH,

On Monday at a quarter past eleven, probably from two to three thousand assembled around the tent. In the evening Mr Brown preached in the church from, •* What do ye more than others?" Similar exercises were engaged in also on the Monday night as on Sab bath night; which the ung
October 17, 1839 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland