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PRICE OF STO

PRICE OF STO

Bank Stock -- 3 per Cent Bed, 3 per Cent.. Cons.... S 9 per Cent. - Ditto Bed. - New 3i per Cent,. .97k S 7 Sa New 3 per Cent Bank Long Annuities to expire Jan 5, 1860 . Oct. 10, 1850 Jan. 5, 1860 Jan 5,1580 April 5,1880 • Jan. 5, 1870 . Omnium — Pm PRICES OF FO Austrian Bonds —
September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

The war between the colonists, on the Eastern Frontier of the Cape of Good Hope, and the Coffees, has terminated in the total subjection of the latter, and an immense addition of territory to the possessions of England in Africa. The farmers and others, who suffered so severely
September 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGEIVCE

POLICE INTELLIGEIVCE

GREENWHICH. James Ai!good, waggoner to Messrs. Carpenter, Charged with stealing a quantity of oats, bran, and chaff, the property of his master, and Thothas Roots, ostler at the New Cross Inn, with receiving the same, knowing it to be stolen. Mr. J. It. Butcher, clerk to Messrs.
September 17, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
eIOALS.—The Wall's End Coal Company's Sales to the end of 1835 are increased 10,000 tons per annum; this proves the

eIOALS.—The Wall's End Coal Company's Sales to the end of 1835 are increased 10,000 tons per annum; this proves the

strict attention to quality, &c., and that they were first established to save the purchaser at least 55. per ton. Please to inspect the ship's certificates. They now offer Coals at summer prices. Best Hetton Wall's End Coals, 275. per ton; if screened, 295. ' • seconds from 225
September 17, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POLITICIAN.

POLITICIAN.

CONTAINING A SELECTION OF POLITICAL ARTICLES FROM THE WHOLE OF THE LONDON DAILY PRESS. THE MONDAY'S NUMBER lIAS A PAGE DEVOTED TO SELECTIONS FROM THE LEADING WEEKLY JOURNALS.
February 10, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS,

AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS,

Without indulging in .any Utopian schemes for bringing back their golden days of vanished prosperity to the farmers of England, we have from time to time pointed out some of the means by which the deep and extensive distress that now afflicts the agricultural classes might be in
February 10, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
A LITTLE ANTICIPATION.

A LITTLE ANTICIPATION.

"Let me remind you," says Chief Baron Soy, in a late judgment given to in the Irish Court of Exchequer, on an old, obsolete statute, "that rebels commence by a contempt of the law, and it is only a little anticipation to call a man a rebel who begins in this way."—(Vida Chronicl
February 10, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
A ,CARD,,

A ,CARD,,

NVILSON, the DANCER, 18, KIRBY- S MEET, Accuses the Premier of treason • For not taking his steps publid measures to meet, And calls on him here to give reason. He says that, if taken, his new steps would be The palladium of sritain, , he'd show; And wonders that all in the worl
September 21, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
O'CONNELL AND THE MINISTRY.

O'CONNELL AND THE MINISTRY.

Disgraceful as the conduct of Mr. O'Connell has been—humiliating to his friends;aud painful ; 4ven to . those who despise him—there . is yet • some prospect of. good for. the public in the exhibitiom which he has made of himself, and of those who support him. What a light does i
February 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England