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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN-MARIKET-AUG. 7. The arrival of English Wheat has been been very good this week, and we have had a very considerable supply of Foreign. The Conti- nued highly favourable weather for the harvest causes most articles of Grain to mile dull at present, and very little progress h
August 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PORT OF.. PLYMOUTH REGATTA, n immediate direction of the English Division of the R Western Yacht Club, will take place on MONDAY A Il al and following days, when will be contended for, t aust the lit, The GOLD Rose WATER JUG and DIsrH, value 100 Goines r sented by the Members of
August 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN TALK.

TOWN TALK.

d*. The weather has assumed a better aspect since our last, and there have been several fine days, which must have been Of great use to the wheat. There can new belittle doubt of a firt average harvest. It will not be very abundant, and the grain will not be of such excellent qu
August 13, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

- NEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. CITY, FRIDAY EVENING. The improvement in the prospects of the country, noticed in our last communication, still continues. In the colonial trade the demand has been pretty brisk; while for China and India as well as America, shipments are being
August 13, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

A court martial has for the last two or three days been sitting on board the St. Vincent, in Portsmouth harbor, Rear-Admiral H. Parker president, to try a seaman and a boy upon very dis- gusting charges. Both have been found guilty; the seaman has been sentenced to receive 100 l
October 23, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLICENCE. I FRIDAY P1!FNING. When criminals are about to suffer the penalty of their trans- gressions they usually make a, last dying speech, which circum. stance fully accounts for the public being bored to death by the speeches of an expiring faction,
August 29, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE-OFFICES.

POLICE-OFFICES.

0 , L I I o .: I , ICE.OF ES. - MANSIQNi j - iMPN*TAT . D1iCLOSURE3 XULLT1VE TO GOULD.-William Pjeters, whobhad been ih the empjoymejnt of a car_ ma4i naimed clo&e' w'W brbuhfi tbefore Aldermtan Lainson charged with having'-toleii six bhiett f tea, value from 1301. to 15U1.-Mr. H
May 17, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MATCH AGAINST TIME.

MATCH AGAINST TIME.

OnThursday last William North, of Monrtouth-streetBath,tavern- keeper, appeared before Mr. William Monnt, chairmaan, and other nagistrates, at the Justice-room, Newbury, to answer the complaint of Mr. Henry Thomas, the Secretary of the Royal Societj fr the Pre- vention of Cruelt
January 8, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

T II E E.R A. [LATFST EDITJON.] SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1843. In the politics of the Conservative party, there seems to be, at present, what sailors call a lull. Parliament is to meet in a month, and then the world is to know what the Conservative leaders think of all the agitation
December 31, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

THE POLICE AND THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS., POLICE CoM!ITFrEE, GUILDIALL (YESTERDAY).-HeHrny Busbridge, of the Robin Hood, Robin Hood-court, Shoe-lane, was summoned before Aldermen Sir J. Duke and Challis, for unlawfully and knowingly permitting persons of notoriously bad characte
December 31, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England