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COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

lier Majesty and Prince, Albert, and his Majesty the Kiag, ot' the Belgians, attended divine service yesterday morning in the Chapel Royal, St. Janies's. The sermon was preached by the Hon. N. Grenville, who took his texttrom Psal u' 26, verse 8. The prayers were read bythe Rev.
June 28, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CORN LAWS AND COMMERCIAL REFORM.

CORN LAWS AND COMMERCIAL REFORM.

CORN LAWS AND COMA3MERCIAL REFORM. 'MANCESTE.-ANT-COR-LAWFES- TrIVAL. [Flino11 OUR OwN, tlle'Oti'Eli.1 A -graini an Li- corrn-law party assenibled tit' the Corn EA- chai~ng'e lorc on. Fridaly u viiil pbist, fin iiouri of' Georgev Thmlnip)1011, LEiSq., oil the ocaiioll of, thill ?
June 28, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

LAW INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY.

LAWV IN7'TE'LLIG1EA(L-?SATU riDAY. COU1IT (F CHIIAN'CERY. WAR ,t , tl N ASII. T mis iipmmlmml ii tie n 'fel-c 'licimeel orwl; °eovineud yes- t4rd Ilyl~hr b I Wigmini andm Mr. Riomilly. '/ime qiuestiin is IIllbem m'ertmriml se Irems of flbp llegelit's ?? Comprnp y mmmcm'} sold ly
June 28, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ELECTRO-MAGNETIC PRINTING.

ELECTRO-MAGNETIC PRINTING.

BLECTRO-1A GNETZW PRINTING. A new application of clectro-magnetic ?? to mechanical science was exhibited yesterday, for t e first time, at the Royal Polytechnic Instituition, Regent-strect. The honour of the invention is due to Air. Bains, of the urnr of liarvise and Bitins. Whet
August 3, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON TRADE REPORT.

LONDON TRADE REPORT.

LGNSlON TIRADE IREPOJT. SATURDlfAY IEvNINGN.-Tle( delilents of rolduce hla W(tll to a (hir etelnt tlri ll 1 r le1tst ?? b thit foir h ome consumptiit!ti alld vx! orl, ;1utu titete JO everY t1]e'lt thilt thev 1%ill ?? to nuerrttls the .'ticks 1i1 the "It of the Intrade, hil redtce
July 12, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PRICES OF FOOD IN ENGLAND AND ON THE CONTINENT.

THE PRICES OF FOOD IN ENGLAND AND ON THE CONTINENT.

THE PRICE'S OF FOOD IN ENGIAND AN!D ON TIIB CONrTINVENT. The price of' the choicest wheat in the Hamburg market, on Friday last, was 555 marks currency per last. The H~amburg last is equal to iO 9-10ths imperial quarters, and 555 marks currency, at the present exchange of 13 3A,
August 25, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRISH ELECTIONS.

IRISH ELECTIONS.

I RJb-I ELECTIlONS. DUBLIX, JULY 12. [FrlO~ OUt OWN CoItLR5PoNrDENT.J CITY OF DUBIX--PIITlTION AGAINST THL RETU RN. I have already apprlsed yion of the determination of the Liberaic to petitionl ug inaf the return of the Tories for this city, nnd never, certainly, were there stro
July 14, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SEA LANGUAGE.

SEA LANGUAGE.

SEA LA S IGUAGE. TO THE EpITOR or TIE M1ORNING CHRONICLE. SIR-lU the prevailing phraseology of our ineinbers of the Selnate vou Cannot. fail to havn observed a frenuent introduction ofsea lanuIpige, 11o dotibt as ?? ia strc iigtl of ?? tq couvictiolnnot so easily attained by the
July 14, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—TUESDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—TUESDAY.

POLICE [YTELLIGBNGE-TuES DAY. BOW-STREET. A young wciman, named ElFgr H1a1l, was brought before Mr. Hall, tle sitting magistrate, by John Scully, It coll- stable belocgin- to St.Jamcs's-park, charged with atte mpt- iof to drown herself iii the plad In the park. The constabilestat
July 14, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PRICE of WAGES AND THE PRICE OF BREAD.

THE PRICE of WAGES AND THE PRICE OF BREAD.

THE PRICEof AAGRS AND TiE PRICR I OF ?? [FROMe TIHE WILTS INDErIENDrNT.J The popular argument that has been, made use of by the bread-taxers, in support of their monopoly, is, that cheap bread would be of no avail to those who had no money to buy with; and, that wages rising and
August 7, 1841 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England