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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS.

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS.

COMMEBIIAL AND MARKETS. PRODUCE IMARKETS. MINCING-LANE, Dwc. 31. The last day of the year is not only considered a holiday, but understood to be a day on which dealers are reluctant to augment their stock, yet business bas been done by speculators. CooF'ra-A failr amount of busin
January 1, 1850 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC RECIPES.

DOMESTIC RECIPES.

D OM E ST 1 C RECIPES. dBY A 55OMtCEPATHIC0 DOCTOR. .e 1A good wholesome Breakfast,-Takeo the billionth part r d of a roll, crunmble it in the fiftieth part of a pint of milk; s - boil the two together, and serve up with, 18-60ths of a s, hard egg. a, A rofreshing Lunchloen.-Efal
January 1, 1850 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
The RECORDS of the MAYOR'S COURT.

The RECORDS of the MAYOR'S COURT.

The RECOOADS of the MA YOeR'S CO URT. The following is the report made by Mr. Sergeant Mere- wtther, the town clerk, relative to the arrangements of the records of the Mayor's Court:- "In obedience to the order that I should report from time to time the progress nmade in the exam
January 1, 1850 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LABOUR AND THE POOR.

LABOUR AND THE POOR.

I THE MIETROPOLITAN DISTRICTS. LFROM OUR SPECIAL CORRUSPO-NDHNT.J LETTEr XXII. Having finished with the different classes of Coal- 'abourers in London-the whippers, backers, pull- backs, trimmers, and waggoners-I purpose now dealing with the Ballast men-including the ballast- get
January 1, 1850 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RAMSGATE.

RAMSGATE.

Soup Kitchen.—We were very glad to see announce bilis out for the intended soup-kitchen, as the present inclement state of the weather indicates that we roust expect a continuation of it, and therefore the wants of the industrious poor will need attending to, as trade and the me
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOOT'S CRAY.

FOOT'S CRAY.

On Wednesday, Dec. 19th, Lord Bexley, his nansion, Foot's Cray Place, gave the children of the Foot's Cray national school his annual treat of roast beef and plum pudding to 101 children—who all enjoyed the benevolence of their kind benefactor.
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DEAL.

DEAL.

Apothecaries' Hall.—The following gentleman passed his examination in the science and practice of medicine and received certificate to practice, on Thursday, December 20 —John Humphrey, Deal, Kent. aUARTER SESSIONS. Tbe Quarter Sessions for this Borough was held on Friday last,
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PENGE.

PENGE.

The Good Queen Adelaide's Alms-houses.— Mrs. origan, widow of tbe late Thomas Kerigan, Esq., author of " Kerigan's Nautical Tables," a most elaborate but useful publication, '* A New Tidal Theory," &c, has been nominated to one of the widows' houses and stipend at Penge, the adm
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MARGATE.

MARGATE.

On Saturday last a four-oar punt left the shore for th? purpose of putting a man en board vessel bound up, having accomplished which, they were returning by the west side of the jetty, when a heavy sea struck th<* boat, and upset it. With difficulty the men ga ned a footing on t
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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January 1, 1850 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England