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STOCKS, BANKING, AND COMMERCE. Royal Exchange, Thursday.

STOCKS, BANKING, AND COMMERCE. Royal Exchange, Thursday.

Although the intelligence from the Crimea, as regards the allied armies, continues favourable, the English market has been flat this week. An unsatisfactory feeling is engendered by the certainty that, in addition to our gold going to France, it will also find its way through Ho
October 6, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS. MARK LANE-OCT. 1.

LONDON MARKETS. MARK LANE-OCT. 1.

Our supplies last week were generally improved, especially of Wheat and Flour, though the exports of the former were one-third of the receipts, and of the latter more than half. Of English Wheat there was a fair show of samples from Essex and Kent this morning; the sales made we
October 6, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

On Monday, Jnne 250, died at his residence, near Rochester, Mr. John Black, for more than a quarter of a century editor of the Morning Chronicle newspaper. Mr. Black succeeded Mr. l'erry in the management of the Chronicle, and he well maintained its reputation for liberality and
July 7, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CHARLES KNIGHT'S

CHARLES KNIGHT'S

THE ENGLISH CYCLOPEDIA (BASED trox THE PENNY CYCLOP/EDIA), Illustrated with more than 6,000 Wood Engravings. Conducted by CHARLES KNIGHT. • " ENGLISH CYCLOPEDIA" is based 1 upon "The Penny Cyclopmdia of the Society for the of Useful Knowledge." The copyright of that great work b
July 21, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE SUMMER SUN AND DUST

THE SUMMER SUN AND DUST

Are sources of serious inconvenience to persons of delicate complexion. On the drive, the promenade, the aquatic excursion', Ladies will find ROWLANDS' KALYDOR a most refreshing preparation for the Complexion, dispelling the cloud of languor and relaxation, allaying all heat and
July 21, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MANNERS OF 1775.

MANNERS OF 1775.

"Strolled into the Chapter Coffee-house, Ave Mary Lane, which I had heard was remarkable for a large collection of books and a reading society. I subscribed a shilling for the right of a year's reading, and found all the new publications I sought, and I believe, what I am told,
July 21, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES.-BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

RUPTURES.-BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

SS WH a l l T low E e ' d S by A u l p O w C ar - d M s A of l o N oo M L ed E ica lr l E Ge ß ntlen T le ß n lj to be th is e most effective invention in the curative treatment of Hernia. The use of a steel spring, so often hurtful in its effects, is here avoided; a soft bandag
September 1, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
[SEiT. 1;1855.:

[SEiT. 1;1855.:

Surveys have been made of lines of railway betwee Boulogne and Calais by the coast, and between Boulogne and St. Omer. The latter route is supported by the Chambers of Commerce of Boulogne and St. Omer, and most of the large towns in the Department. du Nord, as calculated to pro
September 1, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Bank of Deposit. No. 3, PALL MALL EAST, LONDON. Established A.D. 1844. PARTIES desirous of INVESTING MONEY are requested to

Bank of Deposit. No. 3, PALL MALL EAST, LONDON. Established A.D. 1844. PARTIES desirous of INVESTING MONEY are requested to

examine the Plan of this Institution, by which a high rate of interest may be obtained with perfect security. The Interest is payable, in January and July, at the Head Office in London; and may also he received at the various Branches, or through Country Bankers, without delay o
September 1, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLICE OFFICES.

POLICE OFFICES.

At the Mansion House, John Lloyd, an old offender, having been convicted of stealing an umbrella from a public house (where he refused to pay for his ale) requested that a "valuable note book' might be restored to him, as it related to a publication which would be soon expected
July 28, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England