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TUB GREAT FAILURE IN TEE i.LEATHER TRADE.

TUB GREAT FAILURE IN TEE i.LEATHER TRADE.

TUB GREAT FAILURE IN TEE i LEATHER TRADE. BANKRUPTCY COURT— Wednesday. {Before Mr, Commissioner Holroyj).) W EE LAUBE-.CE, MOKIIMORE, ASH fiCHBADBB. The proceeding- in this case— ?? were resumed by ad- t journment from Saturday last— w .re commenced this morn- ing by Mr. C. £. Le
February 7, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
WORDSWORTH AND HAYDON.

WORDSWORTH AND HAYDON.

TO TIIE EDITOR SiKj A paragraph apoeared in your journal a few days ago, which purported to be _.n extract from a lecture by Mr. S. C. Hall, on tho authors of tho age, which cast a serious roflci'tion on the moral character of Wordsworth, as charging him with being " elevated wi
February 5, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHOCKING CATASTROPHE.—LOSS OF THREE.LIVES.

SHOCKING CATASTROPHE.—LOSS OF THREE.LIVES.

SHOCKING CATASTROPHE.— LOSS OF THREE LIVES. HULL, Mowdat. Yesterday (Sunday) afternoon six men, named James | Judge, m boatman, George Bragg, Edward Downing, John | Hodfisoik, Edward Hunt, and Robert Wilson, all engineers, embarked in a email boat from the pier at Hull, and went
February 5, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
r- ■ p TEAM COMMUNICATION with ALL PARTS it the WORLD. 1 fiEATLEY ?? established Parcel Express Passenger and "uicc

r- ■ p TEAM COMMUNICATION with ALL PARTS it the WORLD. 1 fiEATLEY ?? established Parcel Express Passenger and "uicc

Agency. "U_X— To Prance, Germany, Euisio, Bwitserland, Austria, 1 1 Sardinia. ' -EKLY.— Spain, Portugal, Mediterranean, Egypt, Arabia, hern Africa, Canada, United States. 2 HtTNIGHT LV.-India, China, Japan, Straits, Burmah, Ceylen, le, Turkey, Adriatlo, California, West Inelleß,
January 26, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MON7ETART AND MERCANTILE AFFAIBB.

MON7ETART AND MERCANTILE AFFAIBB.

Fbidat Evening. Tie ".ppcarance of hueinoss early in the morning in pnblic securities was not very favourable, and as the day ?? tbe tendency to depreciation in prices, especially Eng_fi°,h descriptions, became oonfirmed. The knowledg-' that the Indian loan waa abont to be intro
January 26, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LONDON DOCK POOS.

LONDON DOCK POOS.

TO THE EDITOR. oiR, — I beg to acknowledge, with many thanks, additional contributions for the relief of ihe suffering poor around the London Docks. I remain, Sir, yours faithfully, _i, Wellclose-equare, Jan. 24. C. F. LOWDEB. Mrs.ff. C, 10?.; E. Forster, Esq., 10L; Eev. E. 8..6
January 26, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD.

THE STANDARD.

January 26, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TIIE ARMY. 1

TIIE ARMY. 1

GOOD-CONDUOT PAT. ThP, Secretary of State for War has decided npon certain alterations in the regulations of 1860 regarding good-conduct rray. The following will take the place of clause 6in those regulations: — " As a further reward of ?? good conduct, soldiers of 16 and less t
January 26, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DC UTORS' COURT, Jan. 25.

INSOLVENT DC UTORS' COURT, Jan. 25.

(Before Mr. Commissioner Nic ir ?? IN KB OEOEGB BnBPHEBD. — THB WAR WITH CHINA. This insolvent, who had been a general merchant in Throgmorton-street, was further heard. Mr. Needham opposed for m detaining creditor ; Mr. Cole and Mr. Sargood supported. The insolvency was attribu
January 26, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
~ : ?? H ?? OR BOMBAY Direct, the splendid fast-sailing _ British Ship LANGDALE, 1000 tons, J. BROWN, Corn-

~ : ?? H ?? OR BOMBAY Direct, the splendid fast-sailing _ British Ship LANGDALE, 1000 tons, J. BROWN, Corn-

Mr, wiU leave East India Docks on the 10th February.— For to F. GREEN and Co., 72, ComhlU, E.C. <>R MADRAS Direct.— Messrs. Green's Ship EARL of HARDWICKE, 1000 tons, Captain EDWARD IS, will leave the East India Docks on the Ist of March, and I «n experienced surgeon.— Apply to
February 1, 1861 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England