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COAL DUTIES.

COAL DUTIES.

The Marquis of LONDONDERRY - - presented two petitions from Sunderland against any further tax upon coals imported into London. Oa the motion of Lord CAMPBELL, the Bail in Error Bill was read a second time, and ordered to be committed on Thursday next. The noble and learned Lord
April 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
*porting Intelligence.

*porting Intelligence.

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING.—THEHDA.iirs.: As the important moment for the public trial of the merits of the mysterious "crac-k" approached, the nervous excitement of the speculating fraternity seemed to increase, and, as the countenance is the index to the mind, there was no
April 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COAL MARK ET.—YesTERDAY. a Hebburn Main, 182 Nelson's West Hartley, ISs. Wall's.end:-- Clennell, 188—Hedley, 18s 6d—Lambton, 22s 3d—Seymour Tees, 21s—

COAL MARK ET.—YesTERDAY. a Hebburn Main, 182 Nelson's West Hartley, ISs. Wall's.end:-- Clennell, 188—Hedley, 18s 6d—Lambton, 22s 3d—Seymour Tees, 21s—

Tees Hetton, i7s 6d—Howard's West Hartley Netherton, 182—Langenfleets, 19s 6d—Troughar, 17s. Ships arrived, 27.
April 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE SPIRIT MARKET.

THE SPIRIT MARKET.

West Imlia Rum is again improving in value. In the past week some large purchases have been effected ; fine Demerara has sold at 3s 3d to 3s 5d ; proof Leewards, 2s 2d to 2s 2d4 ; and ordinary Jamaica, 3s 6d to to 3s 8d per gallon. Brandy is in good request, at very full rates.
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAUNCH OF THE BOSCAWEN.

LAUNCH OF THE BOSCAWEN.

This noble vessel was launched on Wednesday from the slips in the royal dockyard at Woolwich, where she had been in progress for the last five-and-twenty years. She was originally intended to be a 74-gun ship, but was altered, under the superintendence of Sir Robert Seppings, to
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
(E'ourt, jlobiljti,, anti Onttrv.

(E'ourt, jlobiljti,, anti Onttrv.

WiNnson, MoNnAv.—Her Majesty, accompanied by the Queen of the Belgians, took her accustomed early walk this morning in the vicinity of the Castle. In the afternoon Her Majesty, accompanied by the Queen of the Belgians, took a drive in an open carriage. RETURN OF PRINCE ALBERT.—I
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RLDS POTATO?. MARKETS. 'ERDAY. per tons. Wisheach Kidneys . . 110. to —I 1) ~ Blues Do. rbites . .

RLDS POTATO?. MARKETS. 'ERDAY. per tons. Wisheach Kidneys . . 110. to —I 1) ~ Blues Do. rbites . .

. Guernsey Blues . . Do. Whites . . • Prince Regents . . Shows for plants .
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRUIT.

FRUIT.

There is very little alteration to notice in the value of this Market; business, to a moderate extent, has been transacted during the last few days. Brokers are now asking 50s for Valencia Raisins. Currants, New Patras 4gs to 50s I New Eleme ... 46i to —s do. New Zante 475 to 48
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Zile 19aWtt5$.

Zile 19aWtt5$.

19aWtt5$. WAR OFFICE, Aram 1. The Rev. George Robert Gleig, Chaplain et the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, to be Principal Chaplain to the Forces, vice the Rev. William Whitfield Dakins. 1).1) , who retires; the Rev. Robert William Browne, M.A., to be Chaplain to Troops stationed in Lo
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TIIE WIDOW OF COLONEL FAWCETT.

TIIE WIDOW OF COLONEL FAWCETT.

Captain BERNAL moved for a copy of any correspondence respecting the refusal of the War-office to allow a pension to Mrs. Fawcett, the widow of the officer who fell in the late duel.—Sir 11. HARDINGE defended the refusal of the pension, not upon general grounds, but upon the spe
March 12, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England