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LIVERPOOL ANNUAL TOBACCO REPORT.

LIVERPOOL ANNUAL TOBACCO REPORT.

LIVERPOOL ANNUAL TOBAlCCO REPORT. The sales of tobacco this month are l,OoS hhds., viz., 234 Virginia Leaf 9S1 Stemme(l, 1,S Kentucky Leaf, 370 Stemmed, and S idarylands: of thesee 42 Virginia Leaf and 107 Stemmed woro ta:ken for Ireland: 65 Virainia Stemmed for Scot'and; 147 Vir
January 1, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY SHARES.

RAILWAY SHARES.

REiAL WA Y ,SHJRIARE SATURDAY, Dzemfhap cc(. Those lines only are ij10tc-d. in whichbli lj'~ donle thkis day, or for wciich olosing prices calile 1, a railways. IPid. Closing pr~ces, Aberdeen ?? 58 16 la Arnbergate, Net., Bilstox,I an~d lasteril ienetionh., 4/44 liru.ing. & Oxfor
January 1, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

I R E L A N I). DUBLIN, SATURDAY 'MORNING. [tFnoM OURt COaRRESPONDEN.] Tire argurirorits orr thle demuarrer, iii the Case of Mr. Duiffy, woere brought to at close yesterday, by the rply of the Attorney-General, who (iis Ivill be seen by the suhljohred report) contended that the f
January 1, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TIVERTON.

TIVERTON.

CEHISTMAS CATERIN.-On Christmas day the hospi- tality of W. Smale, Esq., of Rus in Urba Villga a picturesque seat in the northern part of the town), was extended to the poor in the immediate neighbourhood. consisting of beef, pudding and bread, with a plentidil supply of real De
January 4, 1849 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

go Etaticro & car.rroveli-nents, ?? "I - - ?? ?? ?? J SWerT acknowledges the rfeeiptof the following sums (sent herewith) for the Tictim Fund, vim:- R S. Y, From the Seven Stare ?? 0 0 t1 ,,Mr Chipudale ?? ?? 0 6 , 1r Hunt ?? ?? 4 Toaomks C rmsusta a i lowledges the receipt of th
January 6, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE RATIONAL MODE OF PERMANENTLY AND PEACEABLY ADJUSTING THE PRESENT DISORDERED STATE OF EUROPE.

THE RATIONAL MODE OF PERMANENTLY AND PEACEABLY ADJUSTING THE PRESENT DISORDERED STATE OF EUROPE.

THE RATIONAL MODE OF PER- MANENTLY AND PEACEABLY ADJUSTING THE PRESENT DIS-; ORDERED STATE OF EUROPE. - ?? THIRD SECTION. LAW 16.-"' That this invaluable practical; 1( n&wledge can be acquired solely through an ?? search after truth, by an accurate, 'I patient, and unprejudiced i
January 6, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

DO YOU SUFPER TOOTHACHE ?-If SO, use dA j BXA5WDS'5 ENI.MUI. for filing the decayed spots, I. rusderilfg defective teeth sound auPdpainless. Price One I- shillieg Caly, similar to that sold at Two Shilling* and .e olpec. d by chemists evieryvwhere t, TeetimOieals.-' It has given
January 6, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE RATIONAL MODE OF PERMANENTLY AND PEACEABLY ADJUSTING THE PRESENT DISORDERED STATE OF EUROPE.

THE RATIONAL MODE OF PERMANENTLY AND PEACEABLY ADJUSTING THE PRESENT DISORDERED STATE OF EUROPE.

THE RATIONAL MODE OF PER- MANENTLY AND PEACEABLY, ADJUSTING THE PRESENT DIS-. ORDERED STATE OF EUROPE. I ?? THIRD SECTION. I LAW 16.-" That this invaluable practical ir : knowledge can be acquired solely through an t( .extensive search after truth, by an accurate, k patient, and
January 6, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

STA TE 01' TRADE. [tFtOM D. MORSE AND CO.'S MONTII.LY CLAr.] J\ s. 2, 1849. 1848 opened with somliewhat brighter ?? than its predecessor * trade ?? and contidence revived, and the rate of discount was reduced to 4 per cent. This improve- ;ient, however, was of' but short duration
January 6, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GERMANY AND THE NORTHERN STATES.

GERMANY AND THE NORTHERN STATES.

The news from Germany is meagre. M. de Schmerling had left Yienna for his post as ambas- sador to the Assembly at Frankfort, of which he was was lately the President. Prince Schwarzenberg, the President of the Austrian Cabinet, accompanied him as far as Olm~itz. According to the
January 6, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England