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MARKETS—(Tnis DAY.)

MARKETS—(Tnis DAY.)

SHIT &WIELD upland meadow and rye grass hay 94s to 965, inferior do. 80s to 85s, new hay 65s to 88s, superior clover 110 s to 120 s, inferior do. 90s to 105 s, new do. 85s to 105 s, straw 34s to 365, per load of 36 trusses. REGENT'S PARK HAY MARKET.-Fine upland meadow and rye gr
October 6, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL, OCT. 21.

LIVERPOOL, OCT. 21.

(PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) COTTON MARKET.—The cotton market has been very dull to-day, and the sales are limited to 2,500 bales. Prices are rather lower. There are no transactions to notice either in purchases, for export, or speculation. SHARE MARK - Ex.—Sales have been made
October 22, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SIL4RE LI:

SIL4RE LI:

Great Western Railway Londor. and Black wall Railway FOREIGNERS IN FRANCE: The equivocal position in which we are with respect to Europe has caused a sort of panic amongst the numerous foreigners in France. Nothing but landaus, caleches, and postchaises are seen taking the road
October 13, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FU RTH ER OPENING of liw ALA NCH ESTER • SPORTING IN TELLIGENCE. and LEEDS RAILWAY .—E XTPAORDINA SCENE. MANCHESTER,

FU RTH ER OPENING of liw ALA NCH ESTER • SPORTING IN TELLIGENCE. and LEEDS RAILWAY .—E XTPAORDINA SCENE. MANCHESTER,

MONDAY Evaxlsa. -Aar brief observations on Friday seine very heavy businere hal (Abridged from from the Lay* Mercury.) been esectited. FOR THIS CRRARROOTCIi STA/MR—Late on Friday night considers. Me sums were Mkt out on Fitzroy at 9 to I ; Bloomsbury at that Sgttre also. Ruler w
October 13, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PRETTILY WOODED PARK and GROUNDS,

PRETTILY WOODED PARK and GROUNDS,

ornamented by a splendid Conservatory and Greenhouse. The Mansion, although it has consumed near Ten Thouaand Pounds in its completion, does not pretend to the legitimate claims of ----- i3DASTE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN; mfort has, Isewever, presided in every department. The LAWN an
October 16, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HAMBURG MAI?ICETS.

HAMBURG MAI?ICETS.

lismntrao, Oct. 15.—Prices of Corn—Wheat—Anhalt and Magdeburg red, 368 t 0402; 31arks and Brunswick, 366 to 393; Mecklenburg and Pomerania, 348 to 390; Holstein, 348 to 378; Eider and Boaum, 354 to 372. Rye—Dantzic, Elbe, and Bonigsburg, 225 to 246: Anhault, Magdeburg, and Marks
October 20, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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October 2, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON TRADE REPORT.

LONDON TRADE REPORT.

THURSDAY EVENING.—The markets generally Wine very quiet to-day, in consequence of the public sales being confined to cotton; but there was nothing pressing for sale in any quarter, and the prices of almost all articles bore a Arm appearance. In the raw sugar, market the sales we
October 2, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CORONER, INQUESTS.

CORONER, INQUESTS.

Two Lteeit 14010 IN A " laam."—Y•steraky . ila quest was held before Mr. Baker, at the BiasE Ibleitreet, Poplar s on W il liam Murphy, aged 32, heaver. John Ramsay, master of the ballast frame, No. 5, belonging to the Ballast Heavers' palsy, snide that on Monday week, in the for
October 2, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW NOVEL. On the Fifth of November, in S VIAL post Bvo. S H LIF IN The CASTLE. the COURTS,

NEW NOVEL. On the Fifth of November, in S VIAL post Bvo. S H LIF IN The CASTLE. the COURTS,

and tbe COUNTRY. London: Howe and Parsons, 152. Fleet-etreet. The NEW VOLUME of "The STANDARD NOVELS." Now ready, handsomely bound, and embellished with Engravings, Ail, RS. TROLLOPE'S " WIDOW BARNABY.' Complete for Six Shillings. Forming the New Volume of The STANDARD NOVELS an
October 31, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England