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DOUSE OF LORDS.— liiuksday.

DOUSE OF LORDS.— liiuksday.

DOUSE LORDS. liiuksday. Recincv The Lord Cbanrt* lor, in raoTing the first reit t<ie Regency Bd 'ai . (hat preparing the present iijt-usure . bad been sine degree glided by that whu - .vas passed on the accession Her .Majesty to provide any contingencies which might arise from th
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE COMMONS. long of uo interest, anil several divisions look place ou the Farohaiu liectory bill. The chi pari the silling was occupied in Committee on various estimates. Sir James Graham gave notice that Thursday in the Railway bills, he should move, as ao amendment, that the
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monday

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monday

HOUSE LORDS.— Monday Several petitions were presented, one of which, presented by the Bishop Lichfield, against Sunday traffic on canals, elicited notice from the .Marquis of Normanby, that early in the next session he should move for a select committee on the subject. the motion
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS

HOUSE OF COMMONS

HOUSE COMMONS The adjourned debate was resumed on the proposition of Sir K. Inglis omit that part of the clause introduced by the committee on the Farnham Rectory Bill, which awarded compensation to certain lessees. After considerable discussion the house divided on it. The numbe
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Tuesday,

HOUSE OF LORDS—Tuesday,

HOUSE LORDS— Tuesday, message from the House of Commons brought up the Ecclesiastical Duties and Revenues hill, the Poor-law Commissions Continuation hill, the Prisons (Ireland) bill, and the Canals Police bill, which were severally read a first time. Nfimeroiifl petitions were p
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
London markets.

London markets.

MAUK LA NE, Monday, n.- allow of Wheat from Eaaex *aa s there w a « .air .J ' «r.., n Kent ao.l 5..1V..1k. For reuil, .. It:*' ilomi liMt WH* rath, active, and lh- last parcela r «ii»!il an 1 to •_»« per quarter on Uni Mon•lay ij'ioi ul o>n«, w|iil«t all •»(>ier deacriptiung wer
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
POTATOE MARKET. 'ek Tom. Vork Kidneys —s. Jersey Whites —to Beds - —to I*2o Blues to American Natives- - Do.

POTATOE MARKET. 'ek Tom. Vork Kidneys —s. Jersey Whites —to Beds - —to I*2o Blues to American Natives- - Do.

Whites Scotch Bed - Kent Reds .... • Devons - - —to Kent, Essex, and Sufjersey & Guernsey Blues— folk Whites - —s.
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENIIALL MAKKETS.

NEWGATE AND LEADENIIALL MAKKETS.

Since our lest report, tile receipts of ell kioJs of .Itoehtered meal l,a,e been exceedinglj limited; bol the sup plies ul killed Ibe raelropolis bare proved fair for tbe season. All descriptions of prime meat steady sale, toll prices, but, otherwise, the trade dull Monday. —iVr
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
CORN EXCUANGE-WEDNESDAY,

CORN EXCUANGE-WEDNESDAY,

The a tendance of buyer, at market tbi. morning was Ib.n, but Mondays prices were lully supported boll, for English and foreign wheat; there has been some inquiry nr bonded. Oat. have been sold at 6d. advance to dav other articles remain unaltered. J
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
COAL EXCHANGE.

COAL EXCHANGE.

Lambton;. Wallsend, 22a. 3d.; Hartlepool do., 2'ls. Tennant ditto., 235. Od.; Helton do, 235. Od. New. I n*-. J,l , Brnwn- « Branery South Du, Ham, allsend, als 6d.; Uallsend, 235. Ou. • Tan Geld, 21s. 3d. PRICES OF FI,()UR.— Peraack of 2801b. F'oor town made, 50a. to 59,.; Stor
July 25, 1840 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England