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IS^ RI AL AUSTRIAN LOAN of 30,000,000 i the M ' ?? tborised by his Majesty the Etoperor of Austria.

IS^ RI AL AUSTRIAN LOAN of 30,000,000 i the M ' ?? tborised by his Majesty the Etoperor of Austria.

c Dl sti. M^Ptember, 1844, there will take place at Vienna "rtiUff ti L T ION of** oo GAINS, amounting to 70,170^. Uin on- _- e r e eing on *y 70 ° Bonds in all, eacli Bontl must 000, _ZS., tbc ab °ve 760 Gains, the highest of which are •WiwT' 1500/ *. 1000/., _c. &c. ; and the
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
• -rtii? _t_t iiros' STRIKE.

• -rtii? _t_t iiros' STRIKE.

HIT. ?? UUII-lIVU *x* _. — „ (From the Neiccastle Jour* « -J is o.tW* The pitmen's strike has now continued yP, k ?? months, and is yet without any certain lni i^ous!? 0 ;, speedy terminating. The coal-owners are vi : tt termined to resist the unreasonable dernan o*.^ Jo** workm
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET.

THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET.

THIS EVENING vill _> n. ?? l the Prize Comedy or QUID PRO QUO or, The Day of Dupes. Karl of Hunsdon-, Mr. Stuart ; I ord Bellamont. Mrs. Nisbett ; Captain Sippet, Mr. Brindal ; Sir George Mordent, Mr. \\ . Fan-en; Lady Mary Rivera. Miss J. Bennett; Mrs. Grigson, Mrs. Glover ; El
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
tf Europe is stiii 'n the enjoyment of peace, the olessing is certainly not in any degree due to the

tf Europe is stiii 'n the enjoyment of peace, the olessing is certainly not in any degree due to the

Liberals of France or Great Britain. To think men enemies is the ?? way to male them such, is a true remark of Lord liolingbroke; and no day passes in which t_° grasping Machiav elism of ia pcrfide Albion is not denounced by some French patriot, and tbe ambition of France magnif
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
, TH E ST AND A RD. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 9.

, TH E ST AND A RD. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 9.

July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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TATTERSALL'S-Yksterday.

TATTERSALL'S-Yksterday.

and H ?? S^n^l. h^aiulin_;« p^ i wc_unte was resumed yester.lay, s^?* -2 ■£*■}<- large sums that were hedged between _ rli >*tiw_i u J*ando. proved one ofthe most unsatis- f.i\. '»°y prow'- evoral parties did not appear, either in ?? es his inabili? o ?? cxce l >t from one, a he
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MR. AND MRS. MATHEWS AND ■ QUID PRO QUO."

MR. AND MRS. MATHEWS AND ■ QUID PRO QUO."

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir, — The letter inserted in your paper by Mr. Mathews concerning his refusal to assist Mr. Webster in supporting a piece, the success of which was important to the interests of a theatre in which he has long been engaged on the most liberal terms
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE

POLICE

WORSHIP-STREET.— Swat-tan Case.— Yesterday a middle-aged person, of most respectable appearance, but who refused to give either his name or address, was brought up before Mr. Bingham, in the custody of one of the inspec- tors of guards on the Eastern Counties Railway, charged wi
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LONDON COAX. MABKST

LONDON COAX. MABKST

Monday. July 8. t Prices of Coals per ton at the close of the market.; Adair's Main, 19s 6d�� Buddie's West Hartley, 20s— Ha_ting's Hartley, 20s—HolywelI Main, 23s— Oakwellgate Main, IJs 6d— Ord _ Redheugh, 18s— Old Pontop, 16s tid— Tanfield Moor Botes, 17s— Townley, 19s— Wilkins
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

BY THIS DAY'S POST. LONDON, July 9.— Wind this day at noon NW, light breezes and fine. DEAL, July _.— Wind light and variable, p.m., SW to SE and SW. — Arrived, the Conrad, from Rio for Hamburgh ; the Potentate, from China ; the Arve, from Calcutta for Bremen ; Protometia, from
July 9, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England