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THE FUNDS. SATURDAY AtTERNOON. We have not : experienced a week of greater excitement in the Money Market for aseries

THE FUNDS. SATURDAY AtTERNOON. We have not : experienced a week of greater excitement in the Money Market for aseries

of years; and we question much, .if, during the late mar, greater alarm was excited, or attended with more rapid fluctnation in the prices of Stocks. The settlineof the present account is on Thursday, and during the account there has been 'a of about 'four*per cent., without any
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We agree with " JOHN KNOX," that Miss Foote deserves. to. mohnt the Cultic Stool; but as there is every reason to believe she will son pay a visit to Scotland, it will be more in keeping he subjects her to that penance when she Makes her appealance there; besides, we cannot allo
April 17, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SESSIONS.

SESSIONS.

A METHODIST MAULED.--THE PLASTER PAID FOR. WESTMINSTER.—Thomas William , stood indicted for beating, cutting, and wounding William Alexander, on the 27th of December last. Mr. BRODERICK stated, that the plaintiff lodged about two years ago in the house of the defendant; at that
April 4, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MEN

MEN

April 4, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

The remains of the gallant and lamented Sir G. CJllier were on Wednesday deposited in the family vault, under St. Pancras Church. It is said that the daily average of assents to the reduction of 4 per cents., is to the amount of about 6,000,0001. BEAR WIT.—In the Stock Ekchang -
April 4, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BULLOCK'S EXHIBITIONS OF ANCIENT AND MODERN MEXICO, AT THE EGYPTIAN HALL, PICCADILLY, WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY NEXT, THE BTH OF

BULLOCK'S EXHIBITIONS OF ANCIENT AND MODERN MEXICO, AT THE EGYPTIAN HALL, PICCADILLY, WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY NEXT, THE BTH OF

APRIL.-DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD.
April 4, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON :-SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1824,

LONDON :-SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1824,

April 11, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MURDER BY A FATHER OF HIS CHILD:

MURDER BY A FATHER OF HIS CHILD:

George Thomas, aged 32, was indicted for the Wilful murder of his child, under seventh months of age. , The prisoner was a shears-maker, in Leeds, and had been in the employment of a Mr. Brown, a cloth-manufacturer there, until Christmas, at which time his employer had erected m
April 11, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Paris on the 21st ult., Walter, only son of the Earl . or Airly On the 2d inst. Peregrine Hogg, Esq. of Buckhurst-hill, Epping Forest, aged 78. On the 31st ult. aged 21, in consequence of a fall from his horse, Winchcornbe Henry, youngest son of Henry Hicks, Esq. of Eastingto
April 11, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England