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LONDON MERCURY.

LONDON MERCURY.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1837.
February 5, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
ELECTION MOVEMENTS AND CHIT CHAT.

ELECTION MOVEMENTS AND CHIT CHAT.

The Hon. Captain Gordon, M. P. for Aberdeenshire, has received.' from the committee a special invitation' to the dinner to be given:to- Sir Robert Peel at Glasgow. The Hon. General Arbuthnot has also; received a similar invitation.—lt is expected that the writ for the.. election
January 15, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE CURRENCY.

THE CURRENCY.

A Morning Paper, in adverting to the subject of agricultural distress, lays down the following positions on the subject of the Currency : "The state of the currency has no more to do with the embarrassments of the agricultural interest than the course of Halley's comet. The wild
January 8, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE WOOL MARKET.

THE WOOL MARKET.

HAmBuRGH.--There is more doing in wool: about 500 bales have been sold; prices are very firm, and it is worse to buy than four weeks age. TRADE OF LEEDS.--Although there has not been quite so many goods sold at the Cloth Halls this week as last, there has, notwithstanding, been
January 8, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
FATAL EFFECTS OF HYDROGEN GAS.

FATAL EFFECTS OF HYDROGEN GAS.

On Tuesday evening, an inquest was held at the Moors' Arms public house, Bromley, Middlesex, on the remains of Charles Taylor, aged thirty-three years, who died by inhaling . hydrogen gas, while employed in clearing out a large vat or chamber in which vitriol is kept, on the pre
January 22, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

CHEAP ART.—The fifth volume of the Penny Magazine being just completed, the Editor has issued an address to his readers, in which, among other subjects of congratulation, the large quantity of wood engravings, to the number of 1,100 and upwards, is alluded to as of the most meri
January 22, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL EFFECTS OF THE INFLUENZA.

DREADFUL EFFECTS OF THE INFLUENZA.

The melancholy effects of this * raging epidemic in the metropolis and its environs has been most severely felt for the last fortnight. During the last week, the greater number of the clerks at the War-. office, Admiralty, Navy Pay-office, the Stamp-office, the Treasury, Post-of
January 22, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
small ditto, 5s to 5s 4d; suckling ditto, each, 16s to 335; large Hogs, 3s 2d to 3s 6d; neat

small ditto, 5s to 5s 4d; suckling ditto, each, 16s to 335; large Hogs, 3s 2d to 3s 6d; neat

small Porkers, 4s to 4s 4d; quarter-old store Pigs, each, 12s to 20s.—Live cattle at market--Beasts, 3200; Sheep, 21,000; Calves, 195; Pigs, 372. BUTCHERS' MEAT (to sink the offal, per 81b.) NEW GATE AND LEADENHALL. s. d. s. d. s. d. Beef 2 4 .. 3 6 .. 4 0 Mutton 3 0 .. 3 4 .. 4
January 22, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
125 the vigilance of Cook, the police sergeant, by whose exertions Collins and Bowles had been captured. Mr. Webb, though

125 the vigilance of Cook, the police sergeant, by whose exertions Collins and Bowles had been captured. Mr. Webb, though

a considerable loser by the robbery, had spared neither time nor expense, in his endeavours to bring the guilty parties to justice; and had been ably assisted by the Thames Police, by whose exertions Stebbings had been convicted. He had no doubt that "Upright Charley," and the r
January 1, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL SUMMARY.

POLITICAL SUMMARY.

Tuesday's Gazette notifies the advancement of three liberal Peers, and the creation of three others. The new Peers are Messrs. Portman (Baron Portman), Frazer of Lovat (Baron Lovat), and Hanbury (Baron Bateman). Reform meetings of various kinds continue to be frequently held. At
January 29, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England