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CURRENT PRICES of GRAIN, per Imperial Quarter.

CURRENT PRICES of GRAIN, per Imperial Quarter.

- - .BRITISH. - 8 a 8 8 Wheat, Essex, Kent, & Bnffolk new & old red 52 58 White 56 66 --- Norfolk and Lincoln do 51 57 Ditto 56 64 Northumberland and Scotch • -white 50 55 Fine 54 60 Irish red old • • 0 0 Red 48 52 White 54 58 Rye, Old 3l 32 New 29 30 Brank 34 35 Barley, Grindin
August 5, 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

A few general remarks as to the results of the late sales of colonial wools (the largest on record) must, we are satiffed, be of interest to all those connected with the wool trade. Theseles under review now make the second series of the season, anci thus are they enumerated by
August 5, 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
r i PIDDLE and PRINCE ALBERT'S PATTERN s„ PLA'rE.—A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing I ,i rsraiths, 14, Cornhill, London,l

r i PIDDLE and PRINCE ALBERT'S PATTERN s„ PLA'rE.—A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing I ,i rsraiths, 14, Cornhill, London,l

opposite the Bank of Engpd. ve —The best wrought SILVER SPOONS and FORKS, , 781.ddle Pattern, 7s. 2d. per ounce; the Prince Albert's Pattern, t at per ounce. The articles may be had lighter or heavier, I e same price per ounce:— ~n T he Fiddle, oz. s. d. £ s.d. Prince Albert's.
August 5, 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS. IVTonday, July 28. Lord Campbell, pursuance of notice, moved the repeal Of that standing order of their Lordships' House prohibiting publication of the lives of deceased Lords, whether spiritual or temporal, without the permission of their heirs, executors, or tr
August 5, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

Increase of the Trade of Belfast—As a proof, and a very gratifying one, of the healthy and improving condition of trade in Belfast, we may state that, by the last public revenue returns, the amount customs collected in the three kingdoms this year exceeded that of last year by £
August 5, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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GREENWICH REGATTA.

GREENWICH REGATTA.

The fineness of the weather on Monday, and the anticipation of good sport, drew a large assemblage of persons to this place of popular resort. was the second race of the season, there being two in consequence of the great support the watermen receive here, and was patronised, as
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, July 26.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, July 26.

RE ItVK, INSOLVENT. The insolvent, George Rye, landlord tho Queen's Arms, Northgate-street, Canterbury, and also carrying the business of tailor, applied for his final order and protection. Mr. Sturgeon, the barrister, supported the application, and Mr. Buchanan, solicitor the L
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SUSSEX PROVINCIAL NEWS.

SUSSEX PROVINCIAL NEWS.

A V It BEL. His Grace the Duke of Norfolk's Grand Err* TERTAINMENT TO THE KINO OF THE NETHERLANDS London.—The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk gave magnificent entertainment on Tuesday evening a to his Majesty the Kin? of the Netherlands, nis Majesty, attended by Viscount Hawarden, a
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE GOODWOOD MEETING.

THE GOODWOOD MEETING.

This aristocratic meeting, which commenced - on Tuesday last, has this year lost none of those attractions which have so deservedly rendered it favourite both with the sporting world and ihe pub"-., lie. wel> Known in Sussex that number of workmen have been emp!oydd, during the
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A CirmosiTY.—lt is proverbial, tbat a dead donkey dead post-boy are rare sights—indeed it is ayerred that no one has

A CirmosiTY.—lt is proverbial, tbat a dead donkey dead post-boy are rare sights—indeed it is ayerred that no one has

ever seen the former. A case, however, has occurred, contradictory of this saying, as we learn from the following paragraph in tbe Weekly Chronicle: A donkey, belonging to a farmer at VVestwood, near West Calder, few days ago strayed to an adjoining farm, and walked into the dai
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England