Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 27,448 articles

__.......■01•111iii;a

__.......■01•111iii;a

January 7, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Elie 611,ettelS.

Elie 611,ettelS.

611,ettelS. TUESDAY. \VAR-OFFICE, DEC., 1844. 2nd Dragoons—Captain James Stewart, from Hal , Pay Unattached, to be Captain (repaying the difference), vice Michael Goold Adams, who exchanges ; Captain Edward Croker, from Half Pay 84th Foot, to be Captain, vice James Stewart, who e
January 7, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TATTERSALL'S-THURSDAY.

TATTERSALL'S-THURSDAY.

A very thin room, and business too insignificant in amount and importance to require any introductory observations to the prices of the few horses betted against. CUP. 50 to 1 agst Pug (taken) 110 1 Clumsy (taken) 50 1 Barricade (taken) 50 1 Maccabeus (taken) 50 1 -- Celeste (ta
January 7, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SU PPLigg.

SU PPLigg.

apirts, inmosThp and Lamb Caves:. •• •• •• •• Jan.B. 1644. Jan. 6, 1845. 3040 2984 24590 24580 '• 180 92 •• 340 290 Plo • ' NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL—NgsTERDA.Y. At r Blbe by the carcase. 01 0 a. d. Inferior beef 6to 2 8 Infer:or mu t( .„ 2 6to 3 0 &fiddling do .. 2 8 210 Itiddll.
January 7, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRICE SIXPENCE.

PRICE SIXPENCE.

February 4, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
sea damaged. The supply of Cassia Lignea is small, while prices are readily supported. At Public Sale, 33 chests 375

sea damaged. The supply of Cassia Lignea is small, while prices are readily supported. At Public Sale, 33 chests 375

boxes sold at previous rates. Pepper moves off at full prices. About 2,000 bags have been offered at Auction, and partly sold at 2id for good brown. White is rather cheaper. Nutmegs are inquired for, but prices remain stationary. £ s. d. s. d. 30 .. 5123 .. 4 0 " p er 2 0 .. 3 4
February 4, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Witte Inttiligrttrr. MANSION-HOUSE.

Witte Inttiligrttrr. MANSION-HOUSE.

EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR.-Mr. R. Forbes, jun., ship and insurance broker or agent, of Broad-street, was summoned before the Lord Mayor to answer the charge of having published false, malicious, and defamatory libels of and concerning the firm of Messrs. Rickards, Little, Rate and Li
February 4, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PROPOSED BREAKWATERS.

PROPOSED BREAKWATERS.

Having made such observations respecting the different ports as may be necessary to enable your Lordships to form a judgment on the proposals we have to submit, and having given to the subject referred to us all the attention which its importance demands, we recommend : . . Firs
February 4, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WOOL NI ARK ET&

WOOL NI ARK ET&

The imports of Wool into London last week were 857 bales, of which 356 were from Turkey, 157 from Bombay, 916 from Taganrog, 5 from Russia, 20 from Buenos Ayres, and 9 from New Zealand. . . . . _ . . . The important Piiblie Sales of Colonial and Foreign Wools commenced in the Ha
February 4, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
licit Chronicle. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21.

licit Chronicle. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21.

WHAT NEXT ?-INTERFERENCE OF THE POPE IN THE REPEAL DEMONSTRATION! All Ireland, nay, the people of England and Scotland, have been literally taken by surprise within these few days by the receipt of a letter from Rome, addressed to Dr. CROLLY, the Roman Catholic Primate of Irelan
January 21, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England