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THE TALLOW MARKET.

THE TALLOW MARKET.

By accounts received from New South Wales this morning, we learn that the process of boiling down sheep has gone on to a very considerable extent in that Colony: hence further larger supplies of Tallow may be expected thence during the Present year. Sheep had been sold as low as
January 14, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL REPORT, DEC. 27.

LIVERPOOL REPORT, DEC. 27.

SUGAR.—Notwithstanding the holidays, a steady business has been done, the grocers and refiners having taken 500 Mids. of p., 3,000 bags of Bengal, and 300 bags of Mauritius, nt former prices. Very little has occurred in foreign. The ct ly a tie reported in Mola..es is 70 pun.. B
December 31, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STOCK RKMAINING AT THE SAMS PERM OF 1843. 1042. 1841. inio. 1. .• .. .. runs. 1309 15907 10.363 13!7i

STOCK RKMAINING AT THE SAMS PERM OF 1843. 1042. 1841. inio. 1. .• .. .. runs. 1309 15907 10.363 13!7i

1171 699 141, 1 4 Poveign.. .. .. Puns. 80 685 382 1161 lihds. Ifi 9 37 84 Briti,h, within limits ort 131 n 2297 1611 , 463 E.l.Cu:bcharterl'uns.f Ilhds. 2051 3390 5511 802 ALPACA TEXTURIES.—Leeds,,, Dec. 23.—The handsome reception at Windsor, given to the Bradford deputation wh
December 31, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHEMIST, No. LXI.. (Peirce, 310, Strand).

CHEMIST, No. LXI.. (Peirce, 310, Strand).

The Chemist commences its' sixth volume with renewed v i g or, and well supports its high character as a "reporter of chemical discoveries and improvements," both at home and abroad. The department of "Agricultural Chemistry" is deserving the attention of all practical farmers;
December 31, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANKING DEPARTMENT.

BANKING DEPARTMENT.

Proprietors' Capital Rest Public Deposits (including Exchequer, Savings' Banks, Commissioners of National Debt and Dividend Accounts) 7,075,258 Other Deposits Seven Day and other Bills ---34,05,5,443 Government Securities (including Dead Weight Annuity) Other Securities Notes Go
December 31, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ArotrOtt glittriligenft. FRANCE

ArotrOtt glittriligenft. FRANCE

ArotrOtt FRANCE The Chambers met on the 26th inst. The political hemisphere in Paris has been extremely excited for some time past in arranging the necessary preliminaries for the campaign. It was reported in Paris on Monday that letters had been received from Admiral Dupetit Tho
December 31, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Year 1843 ..... Year 1844 Increase DOMAN

Year 1843 ..... Year 1844 Increase DOMAN

December 17, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN SUMMARY.

FOREIGN SUMMARY.

The French papers of the past week have been almost wholly in their strictures upon the accounts which have lately reached the capital from Tahiti. In reference to those accounts, La Presse gives the followmost ridiculously absurd statement : "We have, as yet, given but one extr
December 17, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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29 FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT ON THE DOVER RAILWAY. On Wednesday morning, about one o'clock, a most frightful and fatal accident occurred on the Dover Railway, near the Bricklayers' Arms' station, Old Kent-road, by which one man, named Robert Buckley, an engine -driver, was killed on th
December 17, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England