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TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1841.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1841.

August 31, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHIP LETTER. The fol

SHIP LETTER. The fol

SHIP LE'fTER. The following which embraces Lloyd's letter, is a list of the East India, and Colonial ships, which have arrived at the different ports of Great Britain, where agents are duly appointed. It is furnished exclusively for the CITY CHRONICLE, but in the specification of
August 31, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
(From the Falmouth Packet.)

(From the Falmouth Packet.)

The employment of the pulpit as the rostrum for the promotion of political strife cannot be too much deprecated; and if the fact be true that the return to power of Sir Robert Peel and the bread-taxers is mainly attributed to the clergy, the saints in lawn will have but little r
August 31, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SUMMARY OF LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

SUMMARY OF LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

There was a Cabinet Council en Saturday which was attende'd by all the Ministers, and at which !t is understood they came to a determination to resign their offices. Lord Melbourne went in the afternoon to Windsor, where he had an interview with the Queen. On Sunday the Queen se
August 31, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
iurß. COCKLES i -17-11- PATRONS! _

iurß. COCKLES i -17-11- PATRONS! _

iurß. COCKLES i - 17 - 11 - PATRONS! _ Duke of Grafton Duke of Manchestct Duke of Bedford Duke of Argyll Duke of Beaufort Duke of Rutland Duke of Marlborough Duke of Buceleuch Duke of Deronshiru Duke of Sutherland Marquis of Lansdowne Marquis of Normanby Marquis of A ilesbury Mar
August 31, 1841 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Observe, none are genuine Without the signature of . • /' ////01

Observe, none are genuine Without the signature of . • /' ////01

Impresscd in a stamp on the outside of each wi limier, to imitate which i felony of the deepest dye. The dye pound cases (the purchasing ef which will be a saving of one round twelve shillings) may be had as usual at 4, Great Charles-street, Birmingham, and 44, Albion-street, Le
October 4, 1842 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
lab 3 Intelligena.

lab 3 Intelligena.

QUEEN'S BENCI - 1 - . RAINY v. nAINDIUGG AND ANOTIIED.—The plaintiff in this ease is the eminent auctioneer of Regent-st!eet, and the defendants were, at the time of the transaction in question, the trustees of a property which they employed Mr. Rainy to sell by auction. 'the pr
April 26, 1842 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT, 173,

BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT, 173,

4 J J EAKE'S GENUINE PILLS, justly famous tor curing, in all its stages, a certain disease. Ono 'email Pill is a dose, and the taking of one box in' a recent ease will soon convince the patient of the certainty of his speedy recovery. • Nothing can be better contrived; more safe
April 26, 1842 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IMPORTS, DELIVERIES for HOME CONSUMPTION and EXPORTATION, from the commencement of the Years of 1810, 1841, 1842, to the 23rd

IMPORTS, DELIVERIES for HOME CONSUMPTION and EXPORTATION, from the commencement of the Years of 1810, 1841, 1842, to the 23rd

April in each Year. Maui- Other B. P. I tins. I Bengal E. I.
April 26, 1842 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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May 30, 1843 - City Chronicle - London, London, England