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STOCKS. !Mon. Bank 5t0ck......... 1 2041 3 per cent. Reduced 83i r 3 per cent. Conso Old Si per Cents—.

STOCKS. !Mon. Bank 5t0ck......... 1 2041 3 per cent. Reduced 83i r 3 per cent. Conso Old Si per Cents—.

— New Si per Cents 9o* New 4 per Cents — Bank Long Ann India p Excheq. Bills .Consols for Account B4i
June 17, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
1' If E LONDON " THAI: ALOE IS SO Vti U . POLICY WHICH SECURES THE GILE.VitBer HAPPINE:iS OF 1

1' If E LONDON " THAI: ALOE IS SO Vti U . POLICY WHICH SECURES THE GILE.VitBer HAPPINE:iS OF 1

F GRAATEtiT NUMBER."
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
MESSAGE FROM THE CROWN.

MESSAGE FROM THE CROWN.

On the motion of the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER, (Mr. Canning), the House resolved itself into a Committee, to take into consideration the Message from .the -Crown His Majesty deeming it expedient to provide for any additional expenses which may arise on account of the continua
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF FLOUR. FLOUR, Town made, per sack ; 50s to 55i . t0 —5; Seconds, 45s to 505; Essex

PRICES OF FLOUR. FLOUR, Town made, per sack ; 50s to 55i . t0 —5; Seconds, 45s to 505; Essex

and Sunlk, on board ship, 45s to 50s; Norfolk and Stockton, 40s to 45s.—BRAIS, quarter, 155 to 165.--POLLARD, Fine, per ditto, Xos to 245.
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
- ----- SMITHFIELD, FRIDAY, JUNE S• Beef is more in demand this morning than at last day's market, with a

- ----- SMITHFIELD, FRIDAY, JUNE S• Beef is more in demand this morning than at last day's market, with a

fair supply; but nothing can be quoted higher than ss. 4d. per stone. Mutton and Lamb, which are both in moderate quantity, have a good disposal, fully supporting the prices of Monday last. Veal is very plentiful, but the trade being rather brisk, it is probable all will be disp
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF HOPS, jUNE 8. Kent Pockets, 71 7s to 8/ 8s to 9/ Os per cwt. Sussex. Pockets, 61

PRICES OF HOPS, jUNE 8. Kent Pockets, 71 7s to 8/ 8s to 9/ Os per cwt. Sussex. Pockets, 61

15s to 71 Is to 81 4s per cwt. Essex Pockets 71 7s to 8/ Os to 8/ 1s per cwt. Farnliani, fine, 1010 s to 11/ 4s—Seconds, 71 . 0 s to 91 Si Kent Bags, 61 6s to 71 Os to 7/ 12s per cwt. Sussex Bags, 6/ Os to 61 15s to 710 s per cwt. . Essex Bags, 610 s to 710 s to 71 7s per Old Du
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAf. Mr. Hume presented a petition from the inhabitants of Anstruther, in Scotland, praying the House to in, terfere, with

WEDNESDAf. Mr. Hume presented a petition from the inhabitants of Anstruther, in Scotland, praying the House to in, terfere, with

a view of preventing the burning of Hin• ..doo women.—Laid on the table. • . Petitions praying, the repeal of the Test and Corporation. Acts were presented from the Protestant • -Dissenters of Manchester, and a vast number of other . .places. • Mr. LITTLETON observed, with refer
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
DISFRANCHISEMENI` OF- PEN4YR.

DISFRANCHISEMENI` OF- PEN4YR.

DISFRANCHISEMENI` OF - PEN4YR. The following Letter has been published in several of the Daily Papers: "To the Parishioners of the several• Parishes of St. Mary-le-bone, St. Pancras, St. Giles in the Fields, St. George, Bloomsbury, St. George the Martyr, .Queensquare, and St. And
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
TilE LATEST NEWS: THE MURDER IN CHRISTOPHER COttßf; WHITE CHAPEL:

TilE LATEST NEWS: THE MURDER IN CHRISTOPHER COttßf; WHITE CHAPEL:

TilE LATEST NEWS: THE MURDER IN CHRISTOPHER WHITE CHAPEL: CORONER'S INQUEST.—Yesterday at three o'clock; J. W. linwin, Esq.. and a respectable jury assembled at the Board Room of Whitechapel Workhouse, Whitechapel road, to make inquisition touching the Circum-; stances attendant
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
QUEEN SQUARE.;—SATuRn LT.

QUEEN SQUARE.;��SATuRn LT.

AND CONYESSION.—James Billings, AM. Woodham, and Mary Shirley, were brought up for final examination before W. A. A. White, Esq., charged with committing a burglary in the dwelling. house of Mr. D. Carter, a gentleman living in York Place, Battersea. It appeared from the evidenc
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England