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The LATE STORMS in the NORTH.

The LATE STORMS in the NORTH.

In our last we noticed the storm of 11Iond Fe b.23s ay, - - And have since learnt, that in a wide district of c, tiv 1:7. of fourscore remember nothing surpassing it in ness and fury. In high lying places the elemental warfarest, ' is described as terrific, and even in localitie
March 6, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
so great a deficit it is necessary to increase the product of the revenues of the Crown and to diminish

so great a deficit it is necessary to increase the product of the revenues of the Crown and to diminish

the expense of their collection and that of the public service. The examination of these means will form the principal object of discussion relative to the presumed budget 011835, which will follow the present one. It will be sufficient for the moment to state that, although I a
August 18, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD. Per stone of Sibs. to sink the offal.

SMITHFIELD. Per stone of Sibs. to sink the offal.

August 18, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
GRAVESEND SUNDAY STEAMERS.

GRAVESEND SUNDAY STEAMERS.

An extraordinary scone of confusion was presented yesterday morning at the steam wharf by London Bridge, where were congregated thousands beyond what could possibly be accommodated on board the six steamers appointed to start from that wharf. A large proportion of the assembled
August 18, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES OP MOTIONS

PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES OP MOTIONS

FOR NEXT SESSION. NOTICES OF MOTIONS WHICH NOW STAND IN THE ORDER-BOOK OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS FOR THE NEXT SESSION. 1. Mr. Thomas Duncombe—On the usual sessional order respecting the interference of Peers,. Prelates, or Lord Lieu. tenants in elections of r epresentatives of the
August 18, 1834 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET 4- CITY INTELLIGENCE. - _ MONDAY, TWELVE O'CLOCK.—Towards the close of business cn Saturday Ccruols advanced a little,

MONEY MARKET 4- CITY INTELLIGENCE. - _ MONDAY, TWELVE O'CLOCK.—Towards the close of business cn Saturday Ccruols advanced a little,

closing at 921 for the Account, and 924 for Money, and opened this morning at 921 1, looking very firm. Exchequer-bills are steady at 39 41; India Bonds, 20 2; Bank Stock, 2231 ; India Stock, 258 9. In the Foreign Market Spanish Stock and Scrip opened very buoyant, the former be
February 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
STATE OF TRADE. -4w----

STATE OF TRADE. -4w----

(From the Lerds - Intelligencer.) MARKET on Thursday, was, upon the whole, a better one than that week. Six-quarter merinos rather dull sale, but in narrow goods much activity preven?__ at a slight advance. Wool continues too high to leave manufacturer much profit. The mills in
February 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
LIVBRPOOL, Feb. 14.

LIVBRPOOL, Feb. 14.

COTTON MARKET. d t" The sales of Cotton to-day amount to 2,500 bags, an Ail market closed in a languid state. The descriptions were-1,760 American, Orleans, 90. to 110., Upland Alabama, Rd. to 11d.; 600 Surats, at 7d.; 100 Mara'hlt` at 14d. ; 40 Pernams, at FOR THE WEEK ENDING F
February 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
The KIPP WHIGS and the OLD.

The KIPP WHIGS and the OLD.

The WHIGS and the OLD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBION. SlR—Attached as I am to the true principles of Whig. gism, I am anxious, through the medium of your journal, to offer a few remarks on the conduct of those soi.clisant ‘Vhigs of the present day, whose conduct is totally at var .
March 24, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
OPPOSITION'. (From the Morning Post.) There never within the memory of the present generation existed a Parliamentary Opposition which laboured

OPPOSITION'. (From the Morning Post.) There never within the memory of the present generation existed a Parliamentary Opposition which laboured

under so unfortunate an incapacity as the present of making up its own mind upon any subject - . Yesterday presented no less than two examples of this infirmity of purpose. Lord RUSELL was positively to divide the House of Commons on the question of bringing up the report on the
March 24, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England