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STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

(From the Manchester Guardian Manchester.—We have had another dull market of goods, and the prices offersd purchasers have generally been somewhat lower than those of last week, particularly in to 40 inch shirtings, 9-Btb tnadapoilams, 6-4 low jacconets, and even printing cloths
November 29, 1849 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-MOBROW The ladder of gold. ENGLISH STORY, By ROBERT BELL, Will be commenced in BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY. NEW STORY of SCOTTISH

TO-MOBROW The ladder of gold. ENGLISH STORY, By ROBERT BELL, Will be commenced in BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY. NEW STORY of SCOTTISH

LIFE. Now ready at all the Librarie*. In 3 rols., PASSAGES in the LIFE of MRS. MARGARET MAITLAND, of BUNNYSIDE. WRITTEN by HERSELF. "This work baa given us much pleasure. The writer appears have taken for model Galt’s Annals of the Pan-h. As regards purity of mind, generosity of
November 29, 1849 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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November 29, 1849 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA AND GERMANY.

PRUSSIA AND GERMANY.

The spirit of nationality is preparing fresh diffi culties for the Prussian government in the province of Posen ; the old quarrel as to the demarcation line between the German and Polish territory is being renewed with increased virulence. It was proposed last year to draw the l
November 29, 1849 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY.

DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY.

A most important discussion snd took place the National Assembly Monday oreninf, the •abject of tbe Roman expedition, and of false preteaeea under which tbe Ministers bad obtained the consent of the lesasi to tbe sealing of that expedition for Italy, ended in signal defeat of th
May 11, 1849 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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LORD ROBERT MP.—This noble lord tt present detained tt Madeira ill rough bad health. QPaULSTH FERRT.—Wo thai Admiral contemplates erecting

LORD ROBERT MP.—This noble lord tt present detained tt Madeira ill rough bad health. QPaULSTH FERRT.—Wo thai Admiral contemplates erecting

a spacious set dock at Aatoo (ksssj; AN AMERICAN CARGO Speaking eplendid ; jekei-sh p oastellation, recently launched, * New York Last" ultimo says, ** This mammoth - set oar port ibis moraine; her first voyage fee Liverpool, with the following enormous corn, 37,4b>i bushels; wh
May 11, 1849 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SLEET.—Tbe Poet Young says, ** Sleep Nature"* second course—the hurt minds." Johnson , b the parenthesis ot" human woe." Sleep

SLEET.—Tbe Poet Young says, ** Sleep Nature"* second course—the hurt minds." Johnson , b the parenthesis ot" human woe." Sleep

being thus appreciated mankind, how ought to that all should tranqudly enjoy **■ sw.st repose," the obstruction to which through unhealthy viscera. little attention « hsstog recourse to mild produces the most salutary cdVct. nan, tor such purpose Pill Health public opinion. "» C
May 25, 1849 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
M.P.—w- have . extraordinary lnct, and one eh. boweser """-"i may aj_ pesr. is, we are assared, literally :ne. person

M.P.—w- have . extraordinary lnct, and one eh. boweser """-"i may aj_ pesr. is, we are assared, literally :ne. person

wae recently some few miles from Einbonth, under eery The des>th and attendant ceremonies were duly chronicled oar paper. Tne individual had sat for some time member parliament for English burin, and was well known as highly respectable landed SSwSwsasw. Now, it would appear, Ln
May 25, 1849 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

YATES_We cop, of paper, left wh,eb letter appeared. L.rerpool correspondent »J! £1 the papers Sled at the Eichante. —Masai communications ottr correspondents I, paper ooly. All nan I I for publication, but .a confidence the'
May 25, 1849 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ATTACK UPON THE QUEEN.

ATTACK UPON THE QUEEN.

CJtester, Friday. May 1&49. Osx. those ridiculous hat wicked attempts to annoy and frighten the Queen, took place on Seturday afternoon last, the which wall in the first page -bis day's paper. The AtWrnej-GeneraL who conducted the prisoner, eery property declined to make state c
May 25, 1849 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England