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February 20, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY. PROTEST.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY. PROTEST.

On the motion of the Marquis of Normanby, time was given for noble lords to enter their protests on the subject of the recent debate an Ireland. CUSTODY OF CHILDREN. Lord DENMAN called attention to a misconstruction placed upon some observations which he had had occasion to make
February 20, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRUIT.

FRUIT.

A steady demand exists at the improved value. Currants have sold freely at 48s. and 50s. to 51s. ; Valencia Raisins 445. Other descriptions of Fruit sell very freely, at the quotations. Zante and Cephalonia Sultana Raisins C urrants Patras Currants sos to ---s I Figs New Valenti
February 20, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL REPORT, APRIL 26. -...--

LIVERPOOL REPORT, APRIL 26. -...--

COTTON. —There has been an improved demand this week, but as holders still continue to offer their stocks freely, no alteration can be noticed in the prices of any descrsption, although the Market has assumed a steadier aspect. Speculators have taken 4,500 American, and expotter
April 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

G. PARK, cowkcep - W, -. Eh - a - ile - s - -1 - tieet, Commercial-road, Stepney —S. BACHE, builder, Commercial-road, Peckham—B. W. BLAKE, merchant, City•road El. HAIGH, engineer, Rateliff-highway—J. W. ROBEY, builder, Upper John-street, Fitzroy-square —W. ROGERS, draper, Niiirp
April 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP-STREET.

WORSHIP-STREET.

BY A POLICE CONSTABLE. — John Smith, a police constable of some standitig in the H division, was charged with stealing 32 seals and three packets of large, and two of small, envelopes, the property of Mr. Abraham Somers, a stationer in Sandys-row, Petticoat-lam—Edward Ambrose, t
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OXFORD CIRCUIT.-GLOUCESTER.

OXFORD CIRCUIT.-GLOUCESTER.

FORGING A WlLL—Mary Meek, aged 69, was indicted for forging the will of her deceased husband, James Meek, with intent to defraud her son, Moses Meek; and also with uttering the same, knowing it to have been forged, with intent to defraud G. L. What'ey. It appeared from the evide
April 9, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF

The Right Hon. Lord Lyndhurst, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain The Right Hon. Earl of Liverpool, Lord Steward of the Household. His GracetheDnkeofßeaufort,K.G. Tho Hon. H. Fitzroy His Grace the Duke of Leeds, K G. The Hon. R. Fitzgibbon HisGracetheDnkeof Rutland.K.G. The H
March 12, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FIRE ON BOARD A SHIP, AND MELANCHOLY LOSS OF LIFE.

FIRE ON BOARD A SHIP, AND MELANCHOLY LOSS OF LIFE.

DEVONPORT, MARCII 9.—This morning an alarm of fire was • heard at Mutton Cove, and shortly after flames were observed issuing from the companion and cabin window of the brig "Theresa," of about 150 tons, Captain Nichols belonging to Devonport, and recently arrived from Newport w
March 12, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH TREATY OP COMMERCE.

FRENCH TREATY OP COMMERCE.

Mr. LABOUCHERE said that he had seen a report in one of the French papers, in which it was stated by M. Guizot, as to the commercial negociations between France and this country (if the lanpage of M. Guizot bad been reported correctly), " that that negociation might be considere
March 12, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England