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ra strg little Ankoi flavour I smallish dark, few Pk.ends coarse newness TWANKAY, PER ANN. rather coarse, rather strong bright,

ra strg little Ankoi flavour I smallish dark, few Pk.ends coarse newness TWANKAY, PER ANN. rather coarse, rather strong bright,

rather glazed do do CONGOU, PER A. 1 , ra coarse, ra old, ra fu11.... dark brown TWANKA , ran ANN. Irather coarse, freshness.... bright glazed
July 14, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
anTI Commartat aribtrtitr.

anTI Commartat aribtrtitr.

Commartat aribtrtitr. ,TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1840.
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WALBROOK.

WALBROOK.

The quaint explanations of the names of some of the London streets &c., given by our ancient chroniclers, although in many cases scarcely to be depended upon, are nevertheless so curious as to merit, in our opinion, an occasional notice in the portion .of our miscellany devoted
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
( From the Observer.)

( From the Observer.)

We now come to China, .and upon the subject of the operations of our forces in that quarter, so far as they are yet known, we shall only say, that nothing can be more injudicious than jumping to a hasty conclusion respecting them. All we know at present is, that we have taken po
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
s THE DRAMA. For the law of writ and the liberty, These are your only men."

s THE DRAMA. For the law of writ and the liberty, These are your only men."

COVENT GARDEN. The Spanish Curate and the Critic the same evening, and the Dream with a variety of light and pleasant farces, are still the attractions at this fashionable theatre. On Wednesday night, a new farce was produced, written by young Morton, and called Brother Ben. Owi
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROBBERIES by a CLERK at the BIRMINGHAM POST OFFICE.

ROBBERIES by a CLERK at the BIRMINGHAM POST OFFICE.

BIRMINGHAM, THURSDAY EVENING.—For many months past an extensive system of peculation, which up to yesterday baffled any attempt at detection, has been carried on in the Birmingham Post Office. From the impunity with which these frauds continued to be practised, special orders we
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOPS.

HOPS.

The demand still continues on the whole languid, and the ;Itrrency. without alteration. Attention is much directed to the "i remaining Hops of the growth of 1835 to 1836, possessing L 'lt ength and flavour. Some sales have been made of New Kent at prices varying from 11115 s to
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COMPANY'S CONCrOUS,

COMPANY'S CONCrOUS,

Nominally at 2s Id; nothing doing of any consequence.
December 15, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CITY CHRONICLE

CITY CHRONICLE

had been taken in at 3s, Mr. Sydney beckoned to me again. He said he would take the other parcel of the plaintiffs', meaning the 280 chests. I said, "Then you will take them all on the said terms?" He answered, "Yes." He said," Will you give me the particulars, for if I meet wit
December 29, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL NAVY

THE ROYAL NAVY

POR.TSMOU.TH.—APPOINTMENTS.—Mates: W. C. Willie to the Albert, at Liverpool; Frederick Robinson to the Cyclops; Francis Martin, of the Phcenix, to the Ferret; C. .1. Hoffmister to the Impregnable. Master's Assistant: (hail es E. Maidand, of the Athol, to the .Phcenix. Volunteer
December 29, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England