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STATE OF THE SUGAR TRADE.

STATE OF THE SUGAR TRADE.

(From the Times.) The British Government has certainly managed to get itself into what the Americans call "a pretty considerable sort of a fix" on the sugar question. Our readers must be abundantly aware that the price of sugar in England has within the last few years been very,
August 11, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COST PRICES.

COST PRICES.

August 11, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MEMOIRS of the LIFE and LABOURS of ROBERT MORRISON, DA, F.R.S., M.R.A.S., Member of the Society Asiatique of Paris, &c.

MEMOIRS of the LIFE and LABOURS of ROBERT MORRISON, DA, F.R.S., M.R.A.S., Member of the Society Asiatique of Paris, &c.

Compiled by his WIDOW; with Critical Notices of hi a Chinese Works, by Samuel KIDD, and an Appendix containing Original Documents: • 2 vols. - Longman and Co.
August 11, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
th, id 1 , - . CITY CHRONICLE. _ • - • Sperm Oil were offered at auction, the former

th, id 1 , - . CITY CHRONICLE. _ • - • Sperm Oil were offered at auction, the former

was partly THE TEA TRADE, Nov. 23. sold at 28/ lOs to 25/ lOs for low and fine quality; the latter obtained o lo6/ lOs for first sort. , The deliveries of Tea last week amounted to 394,00 lb. To.. TALLOW. day the trade was dull; Company's Congous at about 2s The trade was less d
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Our China relations remain in statu quo. We have published the formal announcement of the blockade of Canton, &c., but we can scarcely bring ourselves to believe that the war will be carried to the uttermost. The following extract from a letter addressed by Lord Napier to Earl G
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OW Intelligence.

OW Intelligence.

A portion of the loan.thr which a contract has recently bee ° concluded with the Belgian Government is about to be duced into the market. The terms demanded by the contractor s for a share in it are 96 per cent. ; it will bear interest at 5 cent., payable half-yearly, on the Ist
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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tat (Court § THE LATE PRINCESS BORGHE:SE.—The death of the late beautiful and lamented Princess Borghese was occasioned by taking cold during a ride ,on horseback, and getting very wet, which brought on an inflammatory sore throat, accompanied with fever, which carried her off in
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Court will sit at

The Court will sit at

ROLLS' COURT-WEDNESDAY, FARROV v. REF.S.—This was a suit instituted by John Farrow, as the surviving executor of Lawrence Lord, against Charles Rees, Horton Rees, Harriot Rees, Caroline Rees, and Mary Rees, Charles Meyricke Clarke, and the Right Hon. Edward Earl Derby, claiming
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
– --- A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUSBAND.

– --- A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUSBAND.

- --- A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUSBAND. On Tuesday afternoon an inquest was held before Mr. Rogerson, Coroner of Wigan, on the body of a woman named Jane Jump, who was supposed to have met her death by the injuries she had received from her husband, Richard Jump. It appeared from th
November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
rather large, glaze

rather large, glaze

November 24, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England