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1, HE LONDON MARKETS.

1, HE LONDON MARKETS.

1 , HE LONDON MARKETS. -0- CORN EXCHANGE.-FRIDAY, JULY 9. NI A ; Onr market is nearly in a staenant state . ; indeed, so little is there oo this morning, that our prices must be quoted nominally as on last Monda;,e nor do we expect any alteration until the arrival of new Wheat, w
July 31, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
Cr' On the 26th inst., at Greenwich, aged 62, after several years Of se of afiliction,'llrg. Grundy, wife of Mr.

Cr' On the 26th inst., at Greenwich, aged 62, after several years Of se of afiliction,'llrg. Grundy, wife of Mr.

Grundy, of Earl street, ll6rsefee, road.-On 'he 26th inst., at Bristol hot wells. in her lath year, eldest daughter of Mr. Wood of Dniwich.-- 7 0n the 2sth inst.. at r t : li ef llill, Enfield, where she had been an inhabitant for 56 years, Mrs. An widow of the late John Lewis A
July 31, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
LINES

LINES

Written by the late celebrated Royalist, PELTIER,on the Marriage of a beautifid young lady. Tn port eras an Temple de l'Hymen Un cur pur, on chaste, une arne delicate, Tout cc qui plait, seduit, entraine, echauffe et Ilatte• Qui n' envierait le sort de cut heureux humoinl II aur
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
INGENIOUS AND USEFUL INVENTION.

INGENIOUS AND USEFUL INVENTION.

An experiment was made at the Royal Dublin Society House, Kildare-street, on the " Safety hood" for preserving life in rooms filled with suffocating vapours, invented by Mr. John Roberts, at which several members of the Society, and different gentlemen connected with various Ins
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
SECOND FIGHT, BETWEEN GYBLETTS AND RED ROBIN.

SECOND FIGHT, BETWEEN GYBLETTS AND RED ROBIN.

There was a second fight between these men, for a purse collected on the ground. Red Robin, who is a Staffordshire man, is quite a novice in the ring; but still he possesses courage and determination. He rushed to his man till he was hit blind,and bled profusely from several gap
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
Volice EnteWl:fence. BOW STREET.

Volice EnteWl:fence. BOW STREET.

A man named Mitchell, the servant of a Mr. Powell, of Nightingalelane. Clapham, appeared before G. It. Minslinll, Esq. to answer a charge of disorderly conduct. On the night of Monday last, a person named l'hoettas observed Mitchell riding along the Clapham Road, Gil a horse whi
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER ABOMINABLE MONSTER.

ANOTHER ABOMINABLE MONSTER.

On Wednesday last the Magistrates of Marlborough-street- Office were engaged in investigating another of those detestable charges, brought against a miscreant who gave his name James Simpson, and who had been detained during the previous night in St. James's Watch-house. Mr. She
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
THE ciTy, 4 o'ci.ocx. The - panic at the Stock Exchange has considerably subsided. Consols for Account rose nearly a

THE ciTy, 4 o'ci.ocx. The - panic at the Stock Exchange has considerably subsided. Consols for Account rose nearly a

half per cent. last night, on account of an advance of a quarter per cent. in Foreign Exchanges. The market opened at 87k, fel!, to ; the last quotation is 87ii." This favourable change is attributed chiefly to the liberality of the Bank yesterday, brought about by the remnant o
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
COMMON SENSE AND WEEKLY GLOBE.

COMMON SENSE AND WEEKLY GLOBE.

years; and, nine months, they have fallen 10 of the 40, • leaving . a rise of SO per cent. in nine years. We shall make no remarks on these various statements at present, knowing that we shall be obliged to notice the subject again very soon. We cannot, however, conceal our opin
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
Match for BO soya.. The new

Match for BO soya.. The new

Mr. De Burgh's gr g 7st • 1, Hr. Honeage's Hajji Baba, Bst 2 This Was a very pretty trimming between two blood ponies; each taking alternate leads ;it was any body's race till near home, when Mr. De Burgh's got in front, and wog. by a little ltetter than a head. Match 50 soya. T
August 28, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England