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To CorrrOlionVento,

To CorrrOlionVento,

THE LAWYER. "A Sunscnt UM" (Wakefield). The person making the bill must put his mark, as he cannot write, and it should be read over to him first, and then witnessed by some disinterested party. "A CONSTANT READER" (Leatherhead). The qualification of members for counties is 6001
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

4. HOUSE OF LORDS.-TUESDAY. GAMING TRANSACTIONS (WITNESSES' INDEMNITY) BILL. On the motion of the Marquis of (in the absence of the Duke of Richmond), this bill was read a third time and passed. LAW OF LIBEL AMENDMENT BILL. On the motion of Lord CAMPBELL, this bill was read a se
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DEANERY OF DROMORE.

DEANERY OF DROMORE.

Lord MONTEWILE moved for certain papers respecting the Deanery of Dromore. The motion he had to make was, 'to call for a copy of the instrument appointing the of Dromore, and for a return of the parishes constituting the deanery, as laid before the Ecclesiastical Commissioners i
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VESSELS THAT HAVE PASSED GRAVESEND SINCE OUR LAST.

VESSELS THAT HAVE PASSED GRAVESEND SINCE OUR LAST.

JAN. 23.—The Janet Willis 402 I;hds 3 trcs 103 brls Sugar, 90 puns Ruin. The vessel from St. Helena, 18 casks Palm Oil, 14 bags Cocoa, 445 bags Coffee, and a quantity of Bees' Wax. The others bring Barley, Oranges, Lemons, Granite, Seed, Wine, and Sundries. JAN. 24.—The two vess
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

During the approaching Parliamentary Session it is on Intention to give, weekly, sketches of the career of EMINENT POLITICAL CHARACTERS In both Houses of Parliament. This department of" 7'he City Chronicle," which will be conducted by a gentleman well known in the political worl
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE LIBRARY.

THE LIBRARY.

NEW ZEALAND AND ICELAND. By Mr. Bridges, Secretary to the New Zealand Company. (London: D. N. Aird.) The object of the author of this pamphlet, that of improving the condition of the tenants and laborers of the United Kingdom, and of our Colonial possessions, is certainly a most
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
troduced stand at a small premium. In the following quotations, when neither premium nor discount is mentioned, the price is

troduced stand at a small premium. In the following quotations, when neither premium nor discount is mentioned, the price is

per share :—Birmingham and Derby, 60 to 62 premium ; Birmingham and Glocester, 69 to 71 ; Bristol and Exeter, 671 to 68i ; Eastern Counties, 10k to premium; Great North of England, 87 to 89; Great Western, 351 to 361 premium; Brighton, 451 to 46; Birmingham Stock, 243 to 245 pre
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Zite tritg Chronicle.

Zite tritg Chronicle.

Zite Chronicle. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30. THE STATE PROSECUTIONS IN IRELAND. At length have these trials—which, from their vast importance, may be said, from the principle therein involved, from the mighty changes which their results are expected to produce in the Sister Isle, to engr
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FOREIGN POLICY OF FRANCE.

THE FOREIGN POLICY OF FRANCE.

Although it cannot be denied that the present is an era of profound repose for Europe, the declaration of the Minister of Prance, in the Chambers, as to the political relationship of that country with foreign powers, cannot to be a theme of interest. In the course of his speech,
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England