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WORSHIP STREET.

WORSHIP STREET.

The attention of the sitting magistrates, Messrs. Grove and Codd, was engaged for a considerable time with the case of Mr. James Woodward, a corn-chandler, who had been summoned by the parish authorities of St. John's, Hackney, for payment of the sum of . 151. is., which had bee
November 24, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

HUNGERFORD MARKET, Nov. 23. There was a fine supply of Fish, but good was deor' Turbot, 5s to 18s, 19s, and 20s each; Soles, tid to 25 pair; Cod more reasonable, say is 6d to 6s, 7s, a nd a s for large ; Lobsters, good, is to 2s ; Haddock, 6d to 15 each. Rutcher's Meat receives
November 24, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
HATTON GARDEN.

HATTON GARDEN.

HORRID CRUELTY TO A CHILD.— Mary Baldwin, alias Mary Bryant, a tall masculinerlooking woman, .with a black eye and ferocious countenance, was brought before Alessrs. Rogers and Beuett, . in the custody of Thornton. 53, E division, charged by Mrs. ..11ary Ann Harwood, a lady resi
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
MA RLBOROUGH- STREET.

MA RLBOROUGH- STREET.

Peter Kelly, an Irish journeyman tailor, wearing mustachios. was brought be'ore Mr. Dyer, charged with having stolen a quantity of plate, the property of Mr. Wilce, cheesereonger, Glasshouse-street. A number of wi.nesses brought forward the following evilence : On Ttitirsdqy nig
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS:Nov. 17.

LONDON MARKETS:Nov. 17.

CORN EXCHANGE. This week there are tolerably good supplies of both rain and flour. The wheat trade remains dull at the rates of Monday. Barley, except prime for malting, is extremely heavy in . salr, and again lower. Beans and peas are 'firm at last quotat ous. The oat trade is
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
CONSTATINOPLE.

CONSTATINOPLE.

Nov. I. Derwisch Pacha, formerly Grand Vizier, and late Superintendent of the Holy Cities, is dead. Kiamil Bey, colonel of the Bombardiers, is raised to the rank of pacha of one tail (brigadier-general), and has also received the appointment of Ambassador to Berlin. He is the sa
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
MORRIS V. DAVIS.

MORRIS V. DAVIS.

The 4fguments in this appeal from the decision of Lord Lyndhust, when Lord Chancellor, were resumed. The case was partly argued in the last Session, but in consequence of its unexpected termination at the death of the late King, the proceedings were suspended. The question in th
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL MARKETS, Nov. 27. There is not any great business advertised for week at present in these markets; and amongst

COLONIAL MARKETS, Nov. 27. There is not any great business advertised for week at present in these markets; and amongst

vertisements the drug sales are amongst the mosrprominent. To-day there are no public sales. TheA n purti ofColonial produce are vz-ry slender. PUBLIC SALES.—YESTERDAY. By Mr. J. WALIcEn, at Garraway's. - The Lease of the Hole in the Wall" Wine and Spirit blishment, the corner o
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
DACKNEY DOWNS.

DACKNEY DOWNS.

On Wednesday night a meeting of the inhabitants of Hackney was h01..-Nn at the Mermaid Tavern to take into consideration their right of possession of the Downs as Lammas land. It appears from- the representation of the inhabitants, that Mr. Tyson is Lord of the M 'nor, but that
November 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

MYSTERIOUS CASE.—Within the last few days the sudden and mysterious disappearance of Mr. Angus M'Donald, watch-case maker in this city, has excited considerable attention. It appears that Mr. M`Donald went to Greenock on Thursday morning last, where he remained during the day. I
November 3, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England