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May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
We learn, from Stockholm, that the King of Sweden has just appointed a commission charged to draw up a new

We learn, from Stockholm, that the King of Sweden has just appointed a commission charged to draw up a new

tariff of customs, in which considerable reductions will be made and many prohibitions be removed. • DEATH OF PRINCE BONAPARTE. — Severst journals publish the following as a communication: " Prince Jerome 13 maparte, eldest son of the youngest and last surviving brother of the E
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DEATH OF MR O'CONNELL.

DEATH OF MR O'CONNELL.

(From the Morning Chronicle) It is with unfeigned regret we announce that the Paris journals of Saturdaybring the confirmation of the account already published of Mr O'Connell's death. The following letter from Dr Duff, an English physician at Genoa, who attended Mr O'Connell in
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW CHRONICLE WMIgBDAY, MAY 26, 1847.

GLASGOW CHRONICLE WMIgBDAY, MAY 26, 1847.

---------- the following members a committee to consider the resolutions and relative documents transmitted, and to report to this Assembly on as early a day as practicable." After a lengthened conversation, it was resolved to adopt the motion of Dr Hill, with the emendation — "
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
REMARKABLE ESCAPE.

REMARKABLE ESCAPE.

A most remarkable and providential preservation ot individuals from imminent danger, if not death, occurred a few days ago in a coal mine at Booed Hill, near Audley, in this comity. The following particulars will no doubt be read with interest, when it is stated that one of the
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
what had become of my companiona I was afraid lest in feeling my way I should drop on some of

what had become of my companiona I was afraid lest in feeling my way I should drop on some of

their bodies, which the water might have left behind, I could not tell bow time was passing, but I occupied myself by thinking of my situation, examining the water, and sleeping; I think I must have slept a great deal. It perhaps might be on the Thursday that I got to a lower pa
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
perfect • – or other compared spirituous halation" cal 0- BANK RESTRICTION ACT

perfect • – or other compared spirituous halation" cal 0- BANK RESTRICTION ACT

perfect • - or other compared spirituous halation" cal 0- BANK RESTRICTION ACT A public meeting of the merchants and citigens of Glasgow, convened by the Lord Provost, in compliance with a very numerously-signed, requisition, was held within the Merchants' Hall, on Wednesday, at
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW MAY 25. There has been a of business trent. acted with the last eight days, and in some M

GLASGOW MAY 25. There has been a of business trent. acted with the last eight days, and in some M

a further advance of about id in American descriptions since the beginning the week. The sales have been entirely to the trade, and in all kinds of cotton. COTTON MARKET. very fair amount GRAIN KARMIT, MAT 25. There were 176 bolls wheat at market, whereof 20 sold at 40., and 12
May 26, 1847 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland