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No. 54.

No. 54.

December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

MANSION-110USE. Mr. Williams, of the Old Bailey, waited upon the Lord Mayor, and stated that he came, at the request of a particular friend of his, who was connected with the firm of Davonport and Co.. to remove an impression which had been much against the Royal Entertainm'ent
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

DEAL, Nov. W.S.W., strong breezes. Arrived, the Sir Andrew H Immcrnd, from the South Seas; Sir John Falstaff, from Miramichi. The Isabella, Nearo, passed through the Downs, this . afternoon, for the river, in tow by a steam-boat, having been - dismasted off Dungeness, from Afric
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
EARKET, Nov. 29. , 1 ', - .TO THE NOBILITY. GENTRY , FAMILIES, KEEPERS ' l this morning than O"i

EARKET, Nov. 29. , 1 ', - .TO THE NOBILITY. GENTRY , FAMILIES, KEEPERS ' l this morning than O"i

OF HOTELS, SCHOOLS. • , . _ mtinnes very quiet 4 = i - AND ALL LARGE CONSUMERS OF TEA. for several lots at a: t 1 T"T' NEW TEA WAREHOUSE, 37 and 38, eat point of last weeks . f .; GrtKECHURCII-STREET (near London bridge), opened Lion holders generally , on th e 2,,J s, ' miter,
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
DISTURBANCES IN MONTREAL

DISTURBANCES IN MONTREAL

Montreal, Nov. 7, 1837, Half-past 8, evening. I write in great haste, in the hope of catching the 10th of November packet. There has been a row here. Last night the " Suns of Liberty" had their meeting in liodier'syard. The partizan magistrates had been in conclave on Saturday a
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
Fot thdefence it was argued that the money hadbeen paid, but that this.actiun had been prosecuted by Mr. Thompson for

Fot thdefence it was argued that the money hadbeen paid, but that this.actiun had been prosecuted by Mr. Thompson for

a person of the name of Kennett, to whom the defendant owed a trifling sum. To give weight to the assertion that the debt had been paid, the learned counsel urged, that though notice had been given for the product of certain books in which it had been admitted payments of cash b
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
BRl(ilfrON -LONDON RAILWAY, W 111101.71 A TUNNEL —The Provisional C -mmittee of this Line remind their Sha eholders that WEDNESDAY.

BRl(ilfrON -LONDON RAILWAY, W 111101.71 A TUNNEL —The Provisional C -mmittee of this Line remind their Sha eholders that WEDNESDAY.

the sth .of December. is the LAST DAY on which they can LXCHAN GE their SHARES. Subscribers desirous to obtain the Ness' Stock are requested ,to bring their Shares, together with the Letter s'gned " Thomas Wood,' upon the produ..tion of which, and , •pon Payment of the Call of S
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL MARKETS, Dec. 1: The sugar market continued in a dull and declini state, and also the tea market. Refined

COLONIAL MARKETS, Dec. 1: The sugar market continued in a dull and declini state, and also the tea market. Refined

sugar cont !- nominal. Coffee is very firm, and some descril keep advancing. Spices, Rice, Cocoa, and Rum, firm in price, hut not . securing much business. Cot. is firm, but not brisk. The imports a d exports are very slender. Sugar was quoted W hen we lefete market at to 635. M
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
LOWER CANADA.

LOWER CANADA.

Mr. LEADER wished to put a question to the noble lord near him (Lord John Russell). He wished to know if within the last six months any increase of troops had taken place in Lower Canada. I-le wished also to know if Lord Gosford had made any application for additional troops, an
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

, TRIAL OF TUE GLASGOW COTTON SPINNEIIII.77On Monday morning Lord Cockburn, Mr. Handyside, crown counsel, Mr. Cleg horn, clown atrent, and the Clerk of the court, met in the robing-room adjoining the court o justiciary, pro fornui, an , s part of the indictment aga•nst the cotto
December 2, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England