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DESPATCH OF TROOPS TO_EUPATORIA UNDER SIB COLIN CAMPBELL

DESPATCH OF TROOPS TO_EUPATORIA UNDER SIB COLIN CAMPBELL

DESPATCH OF TROOPS TO_EUPATORIA UNDER COLIN CAMPBELL Intelligence has been received by Lord Panmure that Sir Colin Campbell has been sent to EupatOria with a considerable force of Infantry and Artillery. VIENNA, Oct. 12.—According to a Russian despatch of the Bth, the Allies, aft
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SIR DAVID BREWSTER AND SPIRIT MANIFESTATIONS. TO THE Eniton OP THE MORNING ADVERTISER:

SIR DAVID BREWSTER AND SPIRIT MANIFESTATIONS. TO THE Eniton OP THE MORNING ADVERTISER:

SIR DAVID BREWSTER AND SPIRIT MANIFESTATIONS. TO THE OP THE MORNING ADVERTISER: • SIR, —I trouble you with a brief reply to Sir David Brewster's denial of the expression used on the occasion Of his visit to my flown in company with Lord Brougham, tor the purpose oi investigating
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
rutin 311nrItete. MARK LANE CORN EXCHANGE.

rutin 311nrItete. MARK LANE CORN EXCHANGE.

MONDAY.—The supply of Wheat by land-carriage samples from Essex and Kent was short; that of Barley tolerably good, with a limited quantity of Beans and Peas. The fresh arrivals of English and Scotch Oats were scanty; those of Irish tolerably good. There have been fair imports of
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN.

COVENT GARDEN.

Peaches 8s to 12s, and Cucumbers 2d to 9d per dozen; French Beans is 9d to 2s Od, Plums 3s Od to 4s, Damsons 3s Od to 4s Od, Apples is 3d to 38 Od, Pears is 3d to 4s Od, Onions for pickling 2s Od to 4s, and Brussels Sprouts is 9d to 2s per half-sieve; Red Cabbages is Od to 28 6d
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. Wanted immediately, a YOUNG MAN of business habits, accustomed to the Country Trade. Address, B. C., Messrs.

TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. Wanted immediately, a YOUNG MAN of business habits, accustomed to the Country Trade. Address, B. C., Messrs.

Grant and Co. 71, Cheapside, or apply from 12 to 1 o'Clock, Friday, Oct. 19. TO CHEMIST S, Ste.—A SELECT BUSINESS, in first-rate situation, to be DISPOSED OF on moderate terms.' - Apply, J. L., 106, Great Homer-street, Liverpool. Also, a Situation as ASSISTANT, in a Dissenting F
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
11 r 1- EMIGRATION TO AMERICA BY FIRST-CLASS PACKETS. TAPSCOTT'S LINE for NEW YORK, • flil74'. Sailing Weekly. COPE'S LINE

11 r 1- EMIGRATION TO AMERICA BY FIRST-CLASS PACKETS. TAPSCOTT'S LINE for NEW YORK, • flil74'. Sailing Weekly. COPE'S LINE

forPHILADELPHIA, Sailing on the 12th of each Month. And First-class Ships to other American Ports occasionally. For terms of passage and other particulars, apply to W. Tapscott and Co., Old Hall, Old Hall-street, and St. George's buildings. Regent-road, Liverpool. Agents in New
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
NEW AND PECULIAR SYSTEM OF LIFE ASSURANCE. THE Directors of the NATIONAL ASSURANCE and INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION invite attention to the

NEW AND PECULIAR SYSTEM OF LIFE ASSURANCE. THE Directors of the NATIONAL ASSURANCE and INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION invite attention to the

New System of Life Assurance exclusively adopted by this Association—vb. , that of allowing Intercht. .4 the rate of 4 per Cent. per Annum on all Premiums paid, instead of the remote and uncertain System of Bonuses usually adopted. By this plan, the Policy-holder will secure to
October 16, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SERMON. BEADING.

SERMON. BEADING.

SERMON . BEADING. We II NV , Z) receiy,ecl some 3mluable lettera in support of our views, and in reply to the Rev. H. GAMBLE. In this matter, however, our rule requires, that the' Writers shall append their names to their prodngtions. Mr. GAMBLE 11011011 V manfully *gaiie his own
October 30, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Of Sheep the supply was decidedly moderate, the total number being 22,552. The demand for Mutton was very dull, and

Of Sheep the supply was decidedly moderate, the total number being 22,552. The demand for Mutton was very dull, and

a large number remained unsold at the close of the day. There was little alteration in Veal or Pork. Comparative Statement of Prices and Supply of Cattle at Market : This Day October 29, 1855. Beef ..3s 10c1 4s 8d 49 10c11 Beasts • • Mutton 33 10c1 4s 8d 5s Od Sheep and La•ubs L
October 30, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
T" ECLECTIC REVIEW. f or NOVEMBER, price is., post-free, Contains :- 1. Brewster's Life of Sir Isaac Newton. • ,„

T" ECLECTIC REVIEW. f or NOVEMBER, price is., post-free, Contains :- 1. Brewster's Life of Sir Isaac Newton. • ,„

Erraniology. 3. Blenham ; or, what came of Troubling the Waters. 4. Embassies and Foreign Courts. 5. Tennyson's Maud. 6. Food and its Adulterations. 7 . Guisot's Lady Russell. 8. Wyllie's Influence of Romanism. 9. philo-Judmus and Alexandrine Jewish Theology. Review of the Month
October 30, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England