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CORN AVERAGES.

CORN AVERAGES.

Weekly.—Wheat 730 10d, Barley 34s 3d, Oats 23s Bd, Rye 39s 3d, Beans 41s Od, Peas 42 Bd. Six Weeks.—Wheat 69s Od, Barley 32s 2d, Oats 22s 10d, Rye 36s 3d, Beans 39s 7d, Peas 41s Bd. Duty.—Wheat 13s Bd, Barley 13s 10d, Oats 13s 9d, Rye 15s 6d, Beans lie Od, Peas 8s Od.
November 25, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
" Nocet empta dolore voluptas."—llon.

" Nocet empta dolore voluptas."—llon.

- pOR the greatest ameliorations of civilized life, we are indebted to the' modern division of attention and labour in the various 'pursuits of society, and in none have its benefits been so manifest as in the healing art. Early convinced of this great truth, MESSRS. GOSS and Co
January 6, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
QUEEN-SQUARE.

QUEEN-SQUARE.

William and Mary Paulkener, alias Potts, were placed at the bar for re-examination, charged with being the persons concerned in a daring highway robbery committed about two years since oat Walsall, in Staffordshire. The circumstances which led to the apprehension of the prisoner
January 6, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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January 6, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE COAL TRADE.

THE COAL TRADE.

Every day supplies fresh proof of the necessity of public resistance to the immense combination which exists to keep up the price, and the Lord Mayor is receiving information, directly and indirectly, on the subject calculated to encourage him in his exertiOns to conquer the mon
January 6, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

BILKING A CABMAN.— Williunt Kin:qhf; a labourer in the East India Docks, was charged with attempting to defraud a cabdriver of his fare for bringing him from Wallutm-green to Aldersgate-street. Henry Butler, a watchman of Aldersgate, stated that he saw the prisoner set down at t
September 2, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
centrate their energies into one focus? It was true that other papers had advocated their interests, and he had no

centrate their energies into one focus? It was true that other papers had advocated their interests, and he had no

doubt would continue to do so. But however great might be the service which those papers rendered in their respective localities, they did not—they could not—collect such a body of facts relative to the trade generally, as was calculated to fill the beersellers with hope and the
October 21, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
wommiumu TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE LAW CLERKS.— We regret we have not space this week for the letter of" Live and

wommiumu TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE LAW CLERKS.— We regret we have not space this week for the letter of" Live and

Let Live," on the subject of the many grievances this generally meritorious class. But our correspondent may rely on our earliest attention to his communication. It is a subject well deserving our best consideration, and it shall have it. The communication relative to Mr. S. Bai
October 21, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
6 055ip.

6 055ip.

EARLY APPROACH WINTER.—On Friday week the cold was SO intense near. Salisbury that the mercury in the thermometer sunk to four degrees below freezing point; and on Saturday there were some heavy showers of snow. We regret to announce the death of Mr. Sergeant Rough, Chief Justic
October 21, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
KINGSTON, OCT. 17

KINGSTON, OCT. 17

[Before B. BARNARD, Esq., and a full Bench of Magistrates.] The Court sat at ten o'clock, and proceeded to dispose of the cases of felony. Thomas Duke, Benjamin Chapman, and John Chapman, father and son, were indicted for stealing fourteen gallons of beer and nine bushels of gra
October 21, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England