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'rather fresh, rather strong.. ra smaller than Pekoe brk 11 GUNPOWDE: rather fresh, rather strong.. PER MARMION. I dark bright

'rather fresh, rather strong.. ra smaller than Pekoe brk 11 GUNPOWDE: rather fresh, rather strong.. PER MARMION. I dark bright

TWANKAY, rather fresh, little burnt.... i PER EUCLES. ra mixed, ra yel, or bloom kd rather coarse, rather strong lit mixed, ra spec, ra dark,l lIYSON, rather fresh, rather strong Efl EucLts. I bright, rather glazed do do GUNPOWDER, PER LORD W. BENTINCK. Lther coarse CONGO, PER B
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1840. We have great pleasure in announcing to our subscribers, that with the CITY CHRONICLE is this

TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1840. We have great pleasure in announcing to our subscribers, that with the CITY CHRONICLE is this

week incorporated the COMMERCIAL GAZETTE, and that the resources of both Journals will henceforth be exclusively combined in the pages of the CITY CHRONICLE. In making this announcement, so gratifying to our feelings, we avail ourselves of the opportunity of renewing the express
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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ifittrn4mtitan (tiotE . :—All the Markets below are_ma,do up to last night, Monday, Juno 29th.) MARK LANE. The fresh arrivals of •wheat up to our market to-day from the whole of eur grain districts were very moderate, but there was a large number of last week's unsold samples off
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LEADENHALL LE Our market on Tuesday- tolerab which the trade was steady, at the fell d. Crop tildes, 30 to

LEADENHALL LE Our market on Tuesday- tolerab which the trade was steady, at the fell d. Crop tildes, 30 to

40 Ib3 11 to Ditto, 40 to 50 .. 12 Ditto, 50 to 60 lbw .. 13— 18 Bull Hides .. . Vitriol Butts .. • English Butts • • - Foreign Butts .. • Foreign Hides • • • Dressing Hides • • • Ditto, Shaved • • • Best Saddlers' Hides . English Horse Hides . 10 ,-- 13 17 -- 19 15-- 24 14 -- 1
June 30, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPICES. PIMENTO

SPICES. PIMENTO

At auction 22 bags old at 3 1 ., for low mid dark; at present prices the chief holder will not sell, owing to there being every prospect that the supply from Jamaica will be short tins season; the stock is decreasing, and is 3,360 bags less than last year. For common and good so
September 8, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SURREY.

SURREY.

Ave-act drama, professing to be a tragedy, founded, on the history of Spartacus, was brought out on Monday. night. To describe it is, no easy task . ; it Seems to slip about, if we try to bring it to concentrated view. A mixture of love, fidelity, valour, witchcraft, boxing-bout
September 8, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Trlk OUTRAGE UPON ENGLISH AND AMERiv-?1 CALIFORNIA.

Trlk OUTRAGE UPON ENGLISH AND AMERiv-?1 CALIFORNIA.

OUTRAGE UPON ENGLISH AND AMERiv-?1 CALIFORNIA. f ° fill We have been furnished by Captain Clifford wl statements in relation to the arrests of American 3 1 seamen in California : On the 7th of April, the English and Americltheataitil the coast of California, near Santa Barbara, w
September 8, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Rev. Vincent Eyre, eldest son of Mr. John Eyre, has been appointed, under circumstances highly flattering to him, Vice-President

The Rev. Vincent Eyre, eldest son of Mr. John Eyre, has been appointed, under circumstances highly flattering to him, Vice-President

of the English College at Rome. Viscount St. Vincent has recently purchased Aston-hall, Staffordshire, for 100,000/. _ _ _ Th , ere have been shipped at Dover within these few days 218,000 ounces of silver coin and and 8,535 ounces of gold.. A respectable brewer of Dublin is now
September 8, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS MARKETS.' From Kent and Essex nearly 700 tons of new potatoes have reached the Pool since

• BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS MARKETS.' From Kent and Essex nearly 700 tons of new potatoes have reached the Pool since

our last, while from the neighbourhood of London the arrivals have been fair, and of very superior quality. The best sorts sell briskly ; other kinds slowly, at the following prices ;—Kent Shaws, 4/ to 51; Essex Sha.ws, 3/15s to 4/ 4s; Middlings, 2/ lOs to 37; Kidneys, 5/ 15s to
September 8, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Edinburgh PAISLEY Glasgow PERTH

Edinburgh PAISLEY Glasgow PERTH

GREENOCK STERLING And many other places of less note, where the CITY CHRONICLE has an established thou. lation, and consequently falls little short of the pretensions , of. any Journal as a medium for ADVERTISEMENTS; while, as it regards . the TEA TRADE generally, it is incompar
July 28, 1840 - City Chronicle - London, London, England