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PROVINCIAL INTELLIGE

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGE

NCE. CHATHAM—EXTRAORDINARY INVESTIG A TION.-- Much sensation has been created in the town of Chatham, owing to the prosecution of an inquiry having been going on for the last four days, at the office of the captain superintendent of the Chatham dock-yard, before Captain Sheriff,
October 29, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
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October 29, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF THIS PRESENT WEER, OCT. 24, 1842. s. d. s. d. CORRESPONDING WEEK IN THE LAST YEAR, OCT. 25,

PRICES OF THIS PRESENT WEER, OCT. 24, 1842. s. d. s. d. CORRESPONDING WEEK IN THE LAST YEAR, OCT. 25,

1841. - 3. d. 4. d. coarse, infe- Beasts, coarse, infe- nor - - 3 0 a 3 2 secondquality3 4 a 3 6 Primelarge Oxen - 3 8 a 3 10 Prime Scots,&c. - 4 0 a 4 4 Sheep, coarse, infenor - -3 0 a 3 4 secondquality 3 6 a 3 8 Prime crse. woolled 3 8 a 3 10 Prime Soutbdowns 4 0 a 4 6 Lambs -
October 29, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
LiI.TE'T INTELLIGENCE. GREAT TURN-OUT IN SCOTLAND,

LiI.TE'T INTELLIGENCE. GREAT TURN-OUT IN SCOTLAND,

Wednesday evening information having reached us of a sesious turnrout of the coal and ironstone miners in and around this neighbourhood, and of other alarming; proceedings on the part of the unemployed, we despatched a reporter to the scene of action to ascertain the particulars
August 6, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
No. of Dividends due.

No. of Dividends due.

August 6, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
TO THE RIGHT HON. SIB ROBERT PEEL. THE COMMERCIAL PROSPERITY OF ENGLAND.

TO THE RIGHT HON. SIB ROBERT PEEL. THE COMMERCIAL PROSPERITY OF ENGLAND.

(CONTINUED. FOR THE BRITISH STATESMAN.) Sin,-- 2 -The subject of commercial prosperity is one of great importance, and cannot be passed over slightly, therefore do I again address myself to you in continuation of my last letter. I have endeavoured to show you the importance of h
October 8, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
Some Account of a Chinese Dinner.

Some Account of a Chinese Dinner.

The following description of a Chinese dinner, from the pen of Captain Laplace, of the French navy, is given with so much of the characteristic vivacity of his countrymen, and so well conveys the first impr'ession of a scene not often witnessed by Europeans, that it is introduce
October 8, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
wilderness!

wilderness!

PUBLIC DINNERS. Public dinners display' wide wastes of table o . o ll i dotted at monstrous intervals by peculiarly s brl f r ille"..; tongues of mahogany complexion, elaboratk ckil) and punctured with _bannered tar-exuding de, Partially starved guests hurriedly mumble a their s
October 8, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
PROPRIETORS 01 STOCK.

PROPRIETORS 01 STOCK.

CONSOLS. Harris, Thomas Herbert, Manchester-street, Manchester square, Esq Hewett, William,George-street, Blackfriars, green grocer ; dec ............ REDUCED. Johnston, Dame Amy, Brompton, wido w , d ee . . . . .. Johnson, Clement, Old Change, Packer ; a n d R e b ecca Bunting,
October 8, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England
 
LONDON IYEA.B.R.ETS.

LONDON IYEA.B.R.ETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE. From Kent there was a good supply of Wheat; but from Essex and Suffolk it was limited, and the quantity of Barley, Beans, and Peas from all these counties was trifling, with a very moderate fresh arrival of Oats from distant counties of our own coast. S
October 8, 1842 - British Statesman - London, London, England