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STATE OF TRADE.. •

STATE OF TRADE.. •

STATE OF TRADE. • Manchester.— We can scarcely do more than repeat what we said in our last report. The market is characterised by all the quietness usually experienced betwixt Christmas and New Year s-day. The amount of business in yarn and goods is exceedingly limited ; but, so
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Immense Import of Foreign Grain.— -_Durin<» I the last few days the arrivals of grain to this port have bun

Immense Import of Foreign Grain.— -_Durin<» I the last few days the arrivals of grain to this port have bun

I very considerable, and in co istqu.;: ce of the greater par I having been bonded, pending the reduction of tne dutv to f Is per quarter, which is t > take effect on the 1st Febru vv j 184J. warehouse room has been difficult to obtain. Th" fol ' lowing are the quantities now in
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A correspondent of tho Evening Mail, whe dates from ! D megal, D c. 27, makes the following statement :

A correspondent of tho Evening Mail, whe dates from ! D megal, D c. 27, makes the following statement :

— " There was a fearful outrage committed last right at Arduamona Ab ut el -yen o'clock, Mr Wiay and all tbe family having gone to ?? were roused by a fearful I explosion, which at nearly a mile across th la 1 ■ awoke some cottagers, who thought it was cannon. i> • was a; barrel
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCK LISTS, Saturday.

STOCK LISTS, Saturday.

— ENGLISH FUNDS. Bank Stock, 191 ?? r hree per Cent. Iteduted Annuities, 88^ %_ y~ . I'hree per CV.ut. Consols, Annuities, shut. Vew 3 '4 per Cent. Annuities, ?? \ > k % India Bonds, 1,000/., _. 1 pm. Ditto under i ,000/ 43 In Consols for Opening, Jan. ?? 8.S., i) . 4- % \ ex di
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BELLS WEEK LY MESSENGER.

BELLS WEEK LY MESSENGER.

bein* ill of typhus, was removed th» workhottj* a> Devonport. Aftar h.r restorauoti to health she eapresscd desire to emigrate Australia, if the guardians would advance the sum 2i. 10j., which is necessary to bo to th« Society for oatfit, and which m «nev returned them disembark
January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
day even* turned itt > horses •'"gww soimercial iteudftnot, » QDg t the body, the brain, were also ightly in-

day even* turned itt > horses •'"gww soimercial iteudftnot, » QDg t the body, the brain, were also ightly in-

■f.fker, on re- a Cart.— iay, when anmed J. io order rhich leedt by hawk* tilt to it ie»t aboat is. • *« eleveotk rd Farm, work, » Rive hia •nt. The some collected in the ely, re, and in. ,n out, and ran way, i>Unce. A lately, net them* he veMde . they die* ire in each death” ie
January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
, 1849.

, 1849.

»r oxronx>. death of this noblet, Brampton. The , sad ancceoded bia 790. bia life, who Jane •Scott, his lordship present Lang. 1826. Alfred Lord ii'>m of Oxford, was lently now hit srsws. *©ek Uie S3d week precediog, ths Tdctcom) Increase 139,745 Increase «rtS,49* Decrease *298^
January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
TOCiH AND DAMT ATR

TOCiH AND DAMT ATR

AND T>ARCLAY'?> ASTHMATIC CANDY has, JT> for many year*. bee*i proved i»a eßectual preswvative from the ill the For* and Air, whtcli, in the Winter art prevalent in this UHmaU. It* effect* are expel Wind, preserve the Sfcomaeh from the admlMdon Pump*, and to relieve who snffer fr
January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
I3IPBRIAL AVERAGES.

I3IPBRIAL AVERAGES.

WIIKAT. OATS. BYK. ;BRAKf». Nor. ....i 3 1i 5 10 138 - 25 ..m ' 51 6 33 2 30 36 Dec. 2 .... 32 11 38 40 9 ..... 48 31 4 19 5 7 39 3 - .... 4 38 I _ 47 6 31 4 18 4 1 7 37
January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England