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FOR LIVERPOOL.

FOR LIVERPOOL.

T HE New Schooner BALIUS, LOWTHE a s teetro,.•,walplpliy t clei o r promptly on the 7th of December, 14Oor Freight,. GRIFFIN and HILLHOD SE, Bcal'4 Wharf, London.' ' FOR LONDON. • The New Schooner DYNAMENE, 11. B. ROBINSON Master, will cleat promptly on, the 7th of December, 184
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES-DEC. 8.

CERTIFICATES-DEC. 8.

J. Mitchell, Liverpool, woollen-draper—R. Hughes, Fleet-street, ter dealer—J. Rae, Blackburn, Lancashire, linendraper—T. Watts, Manchester, victualler—T. Marsden, Salford, Lancashire, machine.maker—A• C. Hurley, Bristol, coal-merchant—W. Dingle, Plymouth, butcher. SCOTCH SEQUEST
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PARTHENON.

THE PARTHENON.

REVIEW OF NEW BOOKS. THE PARLOUR TABLE BOOK. Written and Selected by R. A. WILLMOTT. (London: Rickerby.) This neat and at the same time elegant volume folly answers to its title. It is in reality a "Parlour Book," one Which may be placed on the drawing-room table, and taken !II)
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
.probable,Anismanaged._the affair; suppose they had suffered a single repulse, lost a single frigate ' wasted a single week in humbug

.probable,Anismanaged._the affair; suppose they had suffered a single repulse, lost a single frigate ' wasted a single week in humbug

protocolizing, could war with France have been averted? In3possible. There was the French fleet lying in the Athenian waters ready to take advantage of the slightest slip; and M. , Thiers lying in the Paris journals ready to hound on the Marseillaise-singers to a war of blood an
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GREEN-ROOM CHIT CHAT.

GREEN-ROOM CHIT CHAT.

Kean and Betty (what a name for Melpomene!) have been starring, alternately, at Brighton, in Richard. " What a wee thing that Kean is in Gloucester," said a Steyne sawny, "Betty would mak' twa of him." "Of course, then," said a listener, "one is single and the other double Glouc
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Gunpowder 7719-7786 rather fresh, strong burnt # rather brightish leaf 14015-14039 fresh and strong burnt . Twank.ay 13834-13948 t fresh

Gunpowder 7719-7786 rather fresh, strong burnt # rather brightish leaf 14015-14039 fresh and strong burnt . Twank.ay 13834-13948 t fresh

and strong, burnt , Skin. 13949-13973 fresh and rather strong, llyson fla .. small, bright curled, little mixt 2 101-2 11 1349-13532 ra fresh, rather strong rather knobby, mixt, yellowish 2 3—2 31 1317-1360 . rather strong, rather burnt pale mixt, rather brightish 2 2 1361-1416
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
cocca.

cocca.

Prices were maintained to-day at the public sales, consisting of 300 barrels British Plantation, but a part only was sold. In Foreigli there is no change. SPICES. Pimento continues in fair demand, and 590 bags at public sale sold at 2-zd to being full prices. Pepper 4 is dull, bu
July 14, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CANADA CLERGY RESERVES BILL.

CANADA CLERGY RESERVES BILL.

Lord JOHN RUSSELL made a statement of some alterations which he should propose to make in the Canada Clergy Reserves Bill, in consequence of a communication with the Archbishop of Canterbury. The amount accruing to the clergy, of the Church of England and the ministers of the Ch
July 14, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
for Barcelona, to join the Queen Regent of Spa.ln.

for Barcelona, to join the Queen Regent of Spa.ln.

COLONIAL NEWS.. s ycl i rie l An arrival from New South Wales brings papers from -1 o to the 16th of March inclusive. The Commissary-Gen era r raised the premium upon Treasury bills from 1 to 5 P e ol ' This great and sudden increase did not give satisfaction, was said that it w
July 14, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
from the mills without molestation. A delegated meeting of weavers was held at the Bull's Head, Market-place, a few days

from the mills without molestation. A delegated meeting of weavers was held at the Bull's Head, Market-place, a few days

ago, when it was agreed that these weavers who are yet out should not return to work till they obtained the old price, and when that was done, the weavers at four or five other mills should turn out, the delegates promising to raise liberal subscriptions for their relief in the
July 14, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England