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CITY ARTICLE.

CITY ARTICLE.

There has been a reaction in the value of money since last week. The immediate cause of the pressure in the middle of the past week was the sale of a comparatively large amount of City Bonds held by the Bank of England, for which stock had been sold out to the same extent by the
June 16, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WHIG MISREPRESENTATIONS.

WHIG MISREPRESENTATIONS.

In the COMMONS,' 04 THURSDAY, Sir J. GRAHAM complained of a statement in a morning paper, imputing to him his having used his influence to prevent members from making a house on Tuesday. He gave the most positive contradiction to the imputation, and was confirmed in his allegati
June 23, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VACCINATION BILL,

VACCINATION BILL,

On the motion of Sir J. GRAHAM the report on the Vaccination Bill was received. The amendments made by the committee were agreed to, and ordered to be printed. TIMBER DUTIES BILL. On the motion of the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER the Timber Duties Bill -went through committee. CA
June 23, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO OUR LONDON SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUR LONDON SUBSCRIBERS.

Many of our friends complain that they are put to . the expense of a penny for postage of the "City Chronicle. This, no doubt, may be a trifling objection; but when they learn that the Paper is kept strictly for Subscribers, and not made public through the News Agents, and that
June 23, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BAIL COURT-TUESDAY.

BAIL COURT-TUESDAY.

THE QUEEN, UPON THE PROSECUTION OF HAMMERSLEY AND JOHNSON, V. GRIER.—ARTICLES OF THE PEACE.—SINGULAR CASE.—Sir W. Follett applied to the Conti, upon the part of Mr. Hammersley and Captain Johnson, for liberty to exhibit articles of the peace against Audley Thomas Grier, upon an
June 23, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CITY CHRONICLE

CITY CHRONICLE

Mary Hannell, examined by Mr. Chambers—l was cook in the late Lord Russell's service, and had been so for two years and nine months at the time of his death. I went out about nine o'clock on that evening, and returned at a quarter-past ten, and Courvoisier let me in by the front
June 23, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JUNE 15. BY MESSRS. J. & R. MOFFATT. YOUNG HYSON, DAVID SCOTT. rather coarse, Twky flavour I bright, rather broken

JUNE 15. BY MESSRS. J. & R. MOFFATT. YOUNG HYSON, DAVID SCOTT. rather coarse, Twky flavour I bright, rather broken

BOHEA, PER ARAB a CAPE. BY J. STYAN & SONS. CAPER, PER HUM a CAPE. rather strong rather full, rather strong do. do. do. do. BY MESSRS. EWART, MACAULEY, & CO, HYSON, PER MARMION a HONG KONG. rather coarse, rather strong I ra smallish, even twisted
June 23, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EE . MPOWERED by ACT of PARLIAMENT 3 William IV., the ECONOMIC LIFE ASSURANCE Sl. CIETY, No. 34, Bridge-street, Mad:friars,

EE . MPOWERED by ACT of PARLIAMENT 3 William IV., the ECONOMIC LIFE ASSURANCE Sl. CIETY, No. 34, Bridge-street, Mad:friars,

London, Established 1823. nintccrofts. The Right Hon. Thoma. 4 Frankland Lewis, Chairman. Henry F. Stephenson, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Lancelot Baugh Allen, Esq. , William Grant, Eq. - . Stephen K Bather, Esq. John KnowleS,LEssq:, F.l. S. Robert Biddulph, Esq. John Mendham, Esq.
June 2, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REFINED.

REFINED.

A good demand has existed for common Treacle 0 355, but there is little to be had: patent, and the bei old make have sold well at 35s to 38s—the suppt is far from adequate to the demands of the Trade. Price are in good request at former rates. Bastards coil, raanded a good sale
June 2, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England