MATCHES TO COME. Monday, July 27, at Lord's-The Marylebone Club against the Up. down Club.-Players: Marsylebone-Lord C. Russell, lon. Colonel Lowther, 1-Ion. F. Ponsanby; T. A. Anson, T. Craven, W. Ford, C. J. Barnett, G. M. Kettle, Esqrs: Captain. Richarson; F. Thackeray, H. Wa
ROYAL VICTOrTA YACHT CLUB CHALLENGE REGATTA. The Sons of the Thames had a merry day on Thursday, and the 23rd of July Will henceforthbe a date jixed " hard and fast" in the memnory ofyachtsmers. Porisap)sno other day of the monith coublhave been chosen by the spirited " Victoria
CITY, SATURDAY EVEwNING. There has been a greater degree of buoyancy in the consol market to-day than for some time past, and the funds evince a tendency to rise. Consols, which yesterday were at 921 JA have to-day been done at 92J This may be partly occasioned in anticipation o
THE TURF. Although " The Turf," as the most important of our na- tional amusements, will hold a corresponding prominent posi- tion, yet our columns will equally register Aquatics, Cricket, the Chase, and all the various cycle of sports as they take their turn with the season, an
' MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLICENCE. CITY, FRIDAY EVENING. The determination of the Bank of England to extend the facilities of discounting bills to parties having simple deposit accounts with them, instead of limiting that accommodation as heretofore to those who have discount
1 ENTLEMEN'S DRESS.-J. ALBERT, Tailor r 52, Killg William-street, City, respectfully submits his Estab- lishment to the notice of the Public, containing a large assortment of every article that is new for the approaching season, for GENTLE- MEN'S COATS, WAISTCOATS, and TROUSERS.
THE BiA. [LATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1n40. It gives us great pleasure to announce that the Revenue for this quarter is very satisfaetory. The Customs and Excise together, forming the pulse of the commercial world, having increased to an amount nearly compensatory for the "
Yesterday, the prelimina y arran gements for the execution of the culprit were cortmenced, and in the afternoon the ap- paratus comnectedwith the drop was drawn outinto the court-yard to undergo the necessary preparation. Courvoisier continues in a very weak and languid state; h
NOTICE.-We have given a full report of the trial of Oxford in our Supplement of to-day. TIIE RA. SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1840. Well, three more weeks will bring to a close the most dull, inglorious, and useless Parliamentary Ses- sion that ever afflicted our legislative history with rec
EXTENSIVE FORGERIES UPON THE BANK OF ENGLAND.-APPREHENSION OF THE FORGERS. B13111n1NrN, SUNio.y.-Trhe police have for some time past been aw are that forged notes, purporting to be of the Bank of England, Deere extensively manufactured in Birming-ham, but it was not until yesterd