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HOUSE OF COMMONS, Tuesday, March 23.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Tuesday, March 23.

Several petitions were presented against the malt tax, and com- plaining of distress against the East India monopoly, against the punishment of death for forgery, &c. &c. A petition was presented from Carlisle, against the expenses, the uncertainties, and delays of law. Mr. Hume
March 27, 1830 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
SM1THFIELD MARKET.

SM1THFIELD MARKET.

Monday, March 22.—In this day's market, which exhibited of beasts a great, of small stock a good supply, the trade was throughout very dull with beef, muiton, and pork, at barely Thursday's prices, and veal at a depression of from 4d to 6d per per stone. A great many of the beas
March 27, 1830 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
HOPS.

HOPS.

Borough, Feb 7.—Our hop trade, has been since this night, very dull at that day's quotations, the highest of «j): have been obtained in very few instances. Currency new » sex pockets, £ 7. 10s to £ 9; Kent, £ 4. 10s to £ 10. 10s ditto, £ 11 to £ 13. 13s; 1829, £ 7. 7s to £ 8; 18
February 19, 1831 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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PROVINCIAL. Monmouth, Saturday, November 13—Wheat, 62s 4d to 75s 6d i Barley, 36s 2d to 39s 6d Oats, 00s Od to 00s Od per Imperial quarter. Abergavenny, November 13-Wheat, 70s 3id; Barley, 38s6fd> Oats, 24s Od; Beans, 64s Od Peas, 60s Od per Imperial quarter- Gloucester, Nov. 13.
November 20, 1830 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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GIBBS AND KITCHEN, MILLWRIGHTS AND ElGINEERS, OVER-MONNOW, MONMOUTH, MANUFACTURERS of French Burr Millstones, Thresh- m ing Machines (portable and fixture), to work by cattle, wind, water, or manual labour Winnowing Machines on an improved principle, Chaff Engines, Hand Mills, Po
November 20, 1830 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
COUNTRY NEWS. 1

COUNTRY NEWS. 1

COUNTRY NEWS. DISTURBANCES IN .GLOUCESTERSHIRE.—(From the Chelt- enham Chmnicle .)- The spirit of incendiarism has reached Tetbury and its neighbourhood and during the last week, great excitement and alarm has existed in that town. The farmers' labourers in several of the adjoini
December 4, 1830 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25.

TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25.

INSOLVENTS. James Davis, late of Lyttelton-house, Leigh, Worcestershire, lodging house keeper, but now of Worcester, glover. George Newman, Pancras-lane, Cheapside, agent. BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. John Clark, Jewry-street, Aldgate, and of Tottenham, Middlesex, wine merchant, from Oc
October 29, 1831 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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fHonnt0ut!)<5f)trr (Clerical THE Meeting of the Subscribers to the Charity Fund, for the relief of the Widows and Orphans of distressed Clergymen, in the County of Monmouth and Diocese of Llandaff, will be held at USK, on the 14th day of October next. CHARLES A. WILLIAMS, Treasur
October 2, 1830 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

blfHimotith, Saturday, July 30.—Wheat, 67s Od to ODs Od Barley, 00s Od to 00s Od Oats, 25s Od to 00s Od Beans, 40s Od to 00s Od per Imperial quarter. Abergavenny, July 30.—Wheat, 69s 10,1d Barley, DOs Od; Oats, OOs Od Beans, 00s Od l'eas, 00s Od per Imperial quarter. Swansea, Ju
August 6, 1831 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
OPENING OF LONDON BRIDGE.

OPENING OF LONDON BRIDGE.

On Monday last the preparations forthe interesting ceremonial of opening London-bridge by their Majesties in person were re- sumed. The double line of barges from Somerset-house-stairs, where the Royal party were to embark, to the bridge, were safely moored during last week, and
August 6, 1831 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales