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FLEETWOOD STEAM-SHIPS for GLASGOW, BELFAST, LONDONDERRY, and DUBLIN.—Pot GLASGOW: The New Iron .Steam-ships HER MAJESTY, Capt. J. WILSON; ROYAL e

FLEETWOOD STEAM-SHIPS for GLASGOW, BELFAST, LONDONDERRY, and DUBLIN.—Pot GLASGOW: The New Iron .Steam-ships HER MAJESTY, Capt. J. WILSON; ROYAL e

IoORT, Capt. EWING; 700 tons, and 550 hors p , *very Monday, Tuesday , T hursda y , and Frida y Evenin g s, from Fleetowwoeord and Ardrossan. Fans between Fleetwood and Glasgow including Ayrshire Railw' y to Glasgow. and Stewards' fees :—Cabin and 'First Class Carr age, 225. ; C
November 12, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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January 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PUNJAIJE.

THE PUNJAIJE.

The apprehension of the interference of our Government had apparently damped the ardour of the patriots of the Punjaub so far as to cause there for a time to suspend the cut-throat operations in progress shortly before the date of our last. The troops, not having received the la
January 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
113. and B.

113. and B.

January 2, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PIMEN. Bags. Imported 1841 1842 1843 For lI.C. 1841 1842 1848 Exported 1841 104'2 1843 5966 13394 16431 2122 3119

PIMEN. Bags. Imported 1841 1842 1843 For lI.C. 1841 1842 1848 Exported 1841 104'2 1843 5966 13394 16431 2122 3119

3022 7.561 9935 20104 Imported 184) „ 1842 1843 For 1-I.C. 1841 1842 5967 2433 5074 4258 . 1664 . 1871 . 282 „ 1843 Exported 1841 „ 1842 „ 1843 FASHIONS FOR JANUARY. Funs.—Furs are now being used both for trimmings and the most favourite furs being sable, kolinßki, and zibeline.
January 2, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CLERKEN WELL.

CLERKEN WELL.

AD DISAPPOINTMENT.---1/ 7 / 1 /IaDI Major, a fellow having the appearance of a carman was charged with having stolen a plum pudding, the property of Mrs. Eliza Buzzard, of No. 48, Poitpool-lane, Gray's Inn-lane. It appeared from the evidence of the prosecutrix that on Christmasd
January 2, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Jan. 19, C. Beek, jun., Leadenly*ll-street and Adelaide, shipbroker—Jan. 23, Baylis and Co., Gutter-lane, crape manufacturers; H. E. Roberts, Broad-street-buildings and Pernambuco, merchant; D. K. Price and Co., Pilgrim-street, Ludgate-hill, warehousemen ; A. Bull, Bucklersbury,
January 2, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COFFEE.

COFFEE.

• The transactions in West India Coffees since this day ie'nnight have been on a very limited scale. The middling and finer kinds are held firmly, at full prices. • In Ceylon, not much has been doing, but the quotations are readily maintained. A Sala of Mocha have been concluded
January 2, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT. 16, CULLUM-STREET, CITY.

COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT. 16, CULLUM-STREET, CITY.

GENTLEMEN, The excitement which we have often had occasion to notice as prevailing in the markets, has not in the slightest degree subsided, , and many parties are now standing between hope an 4 fear. Every Public Sale of Tea, Sugar, or Coffee, is now anxiously looked forward to
August 4, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England