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SANDER & Co.

SANDER & Co.

319 & 320, (CORNER OF SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, & OPPOSITE GRAY'S INN GATE). TOCAVE constantly on view the Largest Stock in London of Table Glass, plainly or elegantly cut; Dinner, Dessert, Breakfast and Tea Services and Toilet Sets in China, Ironstone and Earthenware; Ornamental C
March 7, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
COURTS OP LAW ANT CHANCERY BANKRUPTS, REVIEW, AND INSOLVENT COURTS 62 MiscEmairEous 63 SPORTING 64 ComltuaciAL 64 MONEY MARKET .....

COURTS OP LAW ANT CHANCERY BANKRUPTS, REVIEW, AND INSOLVENT COURTS 62 MiscEmairEous 63 SPORTING 64 ComltuaciAL 64 MONEY MARKET .....

64 BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS B4
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

The House of Lords did not sit on the 4th. The House of Commons reassembled on the 4th after the Easter recess. The Exchequer Dills Bill was further considered in committee; and a discussion of some length arose on several amendments proposed by Sir THOMAS WILDE. One of the amen
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE BARNABYS IN AMERICA. BY MRS. TROLLOPS.

THE BARNABYS IN AMERICA. BY MRS. TROLLOPS.

CHAPTER 1.-INTRODUCTION. Tim affections of the human heart are various; all equally genuine, when nature is untampered with, but infinitely modified as to their intensity. The love of a parent for its offspring has been acknowledged on all hands to be one of the strongest, and l
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
HOUSE 01'

HOUSE 01'

1. Exchequer Bill Fraud. 2.,,Bitilroads in Ireland. 3. Corn Importation Bill., 4. Burdens on Land. 5. Consular Establishments. . O. Marriages. • 7. Army Estimates. 8. Navy Estimates. 19, Mr. Elton's Case. 0. Income Tax. I. Church, of Scotland. 12. The Opium Question. . 13. Admin
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
. , instanne.• approved the general principle of the tariff, but found fault with some of itsdetails. Mr. S. O'lintair

. , instanne.• approved the general principle of the tariff, but found fault with some of itsdetails. Mr. S. O'lintair

said, that having long been friendly to direct taxation, and considering the present .exigencies of the country sufficient to justify the extraordinarf measure of an income tax, he was prepared, though against the opinions of those with Whom he,generally acted, to support, in th
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
tiautqupto, tiebtriu, ant( littoolkieut

tiautqupto, tiebtriu, ant( littoolkieut

tiautqupto, tiebtriu, 00;tritit COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. :AMU COCKWURN'S DANKAUPTCY. . In this Case the bankrupt was an East Imlia merchant connected with the firm of Cantor and CO., of Caleatta, also insolvent, d his debts and liabilities are eitlmated at £lOO,OOO. lie stated in the
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT.—MAAtcu 10.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT.—MAAtcu 10.

Juliana ; Glover, an actress at Covent-garden Theatre, applied' tO be out on'ball till her hearing. The bail tendered was Morris Levi, wine-merchant, of Norfolk.street; Strand, Mr. Braham, attorney,. of • Chancery-lane. Mr. Commissioner Harris, who presided, put the usual questi
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

'Alison, William Vernon Dickensons (second son of Gen. Sir William 'Anson, Bart.) from the effects of fever, on board Alajesty's ship Iris, on the coast of Africa, in the 23rd year of his age. Bsitiow, William Charles (second son of Robert Barlow, Esq., of the Civil Sdrvice of t
April 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
ELLENBOROUGU REDIVXVITS.

ELLENBOROUGU REDIVXVITS.

" Lord Ellenborough landed in India, there first to hear of the disaster in Cabul. He restored the prestige of our arms, and avenged the losses we had sustained. He raised the drooping spirit of the armies of India,and called on those who had won our Indian Empire to uphold it.
December 7, 1844 - Monthly Times - London, London, England