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REFINED SUGAR MARKET.

REFINED SUGAR MARKET.

Some very large purchases have been made by the Grocers, at the advanced quotations. Standard Lumps realise 78s. 6d., and very firm. Lowest Brown Lumps are worth 765. 6d. The Market has every appearance of being dearer, as present rates are not at all remunerating to the Refiner
March 5, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WOOLWICII COURT OP REQUESTS. THE INFAMOUS TALLY SYSTEM.

WOOLWICII COURT OP REQUESTS. THE INFAMOUS TALLY SYSTEM.

THOMPSON AGAINST PAMPLIN.—ThiS was for a debt of us. 6d. alleged to be due for goods obtained upon the " Tally" system. The defendant, however, solemnly declared she had paid all she owed, and would pay no more. He now said it was only Bs. Cd due to him. ' The Commissioners then
February 13, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TILE MONSTER TRIALS.

TILE MONSTER TRIALS.

The proceedings in the Court of Queen's Bench, Dublin, in the past week, have been of the most important nature. On Monday, Mr. O'CONNELL delivered an address to the Jury, in which he took a review of the case brought against hint; but he spoke evidently under the impression tha
February 13, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
away for having stolen his property and pawned it. I began to rob the defendant just about the time when

away for having stolen his property and pawned it. I began to rob the defendant just about the time when

I left him. Thomas Smithers (clerk to Mr. Bagley), examined by Mr. Thesiger : I recollect Mrs. Fraser calling; I opened the door for her; but Mr. Bagley came and pushed me back, saying that he would open the door. After the lady had come in, he said that I might go out for half
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENIIALL.--YEstuRDAY. Per by the carcase. a. d. s. d. a (I. C. ft. Inferior beef 2 2to 2

NEWGATE AND LEADENIIALL.--YEstuRDAY. Per by the carcase. a. d. s. d. a (I. C. ft. Inferior beef 2 2to 2

4 Inferior mutton .. 2 4to 2 8 Middling do 2 6 2 8 Middling do 210 3 2 Prime do.. .. 210 3 0 / Prime do .. .. 3 4 3 6 Do do .. 3 2 • 3 4 Veal .. 3 6 4 10 Largo pork .. .. 2 6 3 6 Small pork .. 3 6 1 2 Lamb to Os Cd.
February 27, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Julietlon Railway,

Julietlon Railway,

Railway, _ Gentlemen—l request au allotment of shares In the shove Company. and I undertake when requoed to pay the deposit of .e 3 Ws. per share, and to sign the Parllumeutury contract and enbserinere' agreement In respect thereof. Name Residence. Trade or Profession.... PAN IiI
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WAR IN CIRCASSIA.

THE WAR IN CIRCASSIA.

MOSDOK, DEC. 12.—Frequent and sanguinary conflicts take place on the banks of the Sundja and the Terek, between the Techertschenses, who are enabled to cross the Terek at their pleasure, the waters being extremely, low of that river. Since the last advantages . obtained by the m
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NINTH DAY.

NINTH DAY.

DUBLIN, JAN. 24.—The Court was occupied the whole of the day with the examination of the Crown witnesses.—James Kelsey, a police-constable, deposed to the meeting at Mullaghmad on the Ist of October, and to the presence at that meeting of several of the traversers. In his opinio
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PROGRESS OF FREE TRADE.

PROGRESS OF FREE TRADE.

THERE never was, perhaps, a time when the agitation against the Bread Tax was carried on withl so much vigour, with so much energy, as at the present moment. Throughout the length and breadth of the land, meetings of the League and its antagonists—the Anti-League Associations—ha
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

For Common Juries.—Friday, Feb. 16 (adjournment day) ; and Saturday, Feb. 17. For Special Juries.—Monday, Feb. 19, &c. The Court will afterwards return to Middlesex, if unavoidable.
January 30, 1844 - City Chronicle - London, London, England