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•PILICES OF FOREIGN STOCKS AT ONE,

•PILICES OF FOREIGN STOCKS AT ONE,

I 'Brazilian Bonds, 5 per Cent. Greek Bonds, 5 per Cent....• • 27 Chilian Bond's, 5 per Cent... 16 t Mexican Bonds, 6 per Cent.. 271 Colombian Bonds 6 per Cent. 12 Portuguese Bonds. :5 per Cent 49 Danish Bonds, 3 per Cent. .. 69 ( Russian Bonds. sp, Cent.... Autch........
September 26, 1832 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES—OcT. IG.

CERTIFICATES—OcT. IG.

E. Halsall, Bristol, watchmaker—R. Smith, Salisbury, haberdasher—W. Talbot, Cambridge, watchmaker—J. Lucas, Cromer-street, Brumswick-square, builder—H. Stephenson, Lombard-streee, banker—T. V. Holmes, Gloucester, cornmerchant—J. Montague, Charlotte-street, Bedford-square, jewell
September 26, 1832 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

CITY, THURSDAY, TWELVE 0 uLocß.—We are happy t° state that the advices received in town this morning from thyr-Tydvil, are much more satisfactory than those which arrival yesterday. The present notice that the disturbances had par' tially subsided, and that a portion of the men
June 9, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF MRS. SIDDONS.

DEATH OF MRS. SIDDONS.

This incomparably great actress and excellent woman died yesterday morning at her house in Lipper Baker-street, in the-76th year of her age. Her death, though not unexpected - , has plunged the family into the greatest distress. Mr. C. Kernble was himself the bearer of the melan
June 9, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

DEAL, Nov. 15.—E.N.E., rTtoderate.—The combined English and French squadron remain. The Netherlands brig, Diana, Capt. IVente, front Berbice to Amsterdam, has been detained by his Majesty's ship Satellite, and is proceeding• to Ramsgate. Captain W., and nine of his crew have bee
November 16, 1832 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
A SYLUM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIFE OFFICE, 70, Cornhill, and 5, Waterloo-place, London. DIRECTORS, The Honourable William Fraser, Chairman. Colonel

A SYLUM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIFE OFFICE, 70, Cornhill, and 5, Waterloo-place, London. DIRECTORS, The Honourable William Fraser, Chairman. Colonel

Lushington, C. 8., Deputy Chairman. Foster Reynolds, Esq. Sir James Gambier. William Pratt, Esq. William Edmund Ferrers, Esq. John Kymer, Esq. Thomas Fenn, Esq. Francis Kemble, Esq. G. Farren, Esq., Resident Capt. Geo, Harris, R.N. C.B. Director. C. W. Hallet, Esq. Physician.—Dr
October 7, 1833 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
(From our own Correspondent.)

(From our own Correspondent.)

PARIS, Oct. 28. At last we have the bulletin of ministerial intentions :—" The Belgian question has reached the period of its solution, and all uncertainty is about to cease. The changes which the revolution of 1830 have successively introduced into the national rights of Europe
October 30, 1832 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE EMPEROR NICHOLAS IN PRUSSIA.

THE EMPEROR NICHOLAS IN PRUSSIA.

A letter from Berlin, dated Sept. 2, contains the following : " Our town has become the rendezvous of a multitude of strangers of distinction. Rich proprietors are pouring in from all the provinces to pay their respects to the Emperor of Russia; for it is decided that his Imperi
September 12, 1833 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
WEST RIDING YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

WEST RIDING YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

The southern division of the West Riding Yeomanry Ca. valry, commanded by Lord Wharricliffe, quartered at DoncastPr, was reviewed on Thursday last on the race-ground by Colonel Hay, of the 2d Dragoon Guards, who expressed his approbation of their discipline and appearance in a c
October 8, 1833 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8.

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8.

We have received the Paris Papers, and our pirate letters of Sunday's date. The death of tfie King of Spain would seem to have roused the Government of July from the political torpor •: to which it had resigned itself for some, time past ; and if we may credit the on digs of Mii
October 8, 1833 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England