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Statement of the Sufferers.

Statement of the Sufferers.

Benjamin Rich, a footman to Mr. W. King, merchant of Bristol, says that he went to bed shortly before 12 o'clock, and supposes that he had been asleep about ten minutes, when he was awoke by hearing a loud cry of "Fire" raised. He immediately got up, and opened his window, on th
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CURIOSITIES 01' THE LAW COURTS.

CURIOSITIES 01' THE LAW COURTS.

Fraudulent Insolvents.—[Some idea of the general style of cases which appear before the Insolvent Commissioners, can be obtained from a perusal of the following, which came on in one day only.] John Simonds, the insolvent, who called himself a merchant and general dealer, was op
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
The Oaks Stakes

The Oaks Stakes

Of 50 sovs. each, h ft, for three years old fillies, Sst 71b, each; the owner of the second filly to receive 100 soya, out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 100 sovs, towards the police regulations of the course. Last mile and a half. (129 subs.) Duke of Richmond's Refraction
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MONEY AND RAILWAY SHARE MARKET.'II

MONEY AND RAILWAY SHARE MARKET.'II

The public securities have been firm, though quiet. Consols have realised 994 to 994 for present transfer, and 994 for account. Exchequer Bills have been 608 to 535. premium. The Government broker having taken £21;000 Bank Stock, the prices are firmer at 210. New three-and a-qua
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRICES, OP RAILWAY SHARES.

PRICES, OP RAILWAY SHARES.

RAILWAY SHARES. Aberdeen 11 to lf Armagh,Coler.and Portrush 11 If Brmnghm. & Gloucester 134, 136 Brmnghm. & Oxford June. f, lf Brlghton,Lewes&Hastings 4 41 Bristol and Exeter - 82 84 ex d Bristol and'Gloucester - 27 29_ London & Sth.-Western London and York - Londonderry & Colera
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Wheat. Barley. Oats. Malt. Flour. Qrs. Qrs. Qrs. Qrs. English . • • 3850 1310 2330 - 4560 scks. Irish

Wheat. Barley. Oats. Malt. Flour. Qrs. Qrs. Qrs. Qrs. English . • • 3850 1310 2330 - 4560 scks. Irish

. • • 10950 - Foreign . . 3790 4410 13400 brls PRODUCE . MARKETS.--REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Sugar.-The market for British plantation hagbeen firm, but the-races have interfered with business. Up:to last night the private sales were about 1,068 hhds. Prlees have improved Gd. to Is. pe
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PALLADrum LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 7, WATERLOO PLACE, LONDON. DIRECTORS. Sir John Barrow, Bart., F.R.S. Right Hon. Sir T. F. Fremantle,

PALLADrum LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 7, WATERLOO PLACE, LONDON. DIRECTORS. Sir John Barrow, Bart., F.R.S. Right Hon. Sir T. F. Fremantle,

Bart. , , Lord W. It. K. Douglas, F.R.S. M.P. Right Hon. Sir Edward Hyde East, Bart.. Henry Harvey, Esq., F.R.S. F.R.S. James Murray, Esq. Charles•Elllott, Esq., F.R.S. Samuel Skinner, Esq. Joseph Esdaile, Esq. Pat. Maxwell Stewart, Esq.,, M.P. . Sir William Young, Bart. Auditor
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Superfine Clothing. SIIPERFINE CLOTH DRESS COATS, 30s. to 405.; e x t r a qua lity, 50 s . F

Superfine Clothing. SIIPERFINE CLOTH DRESS COATS, 30s. to 405.; e x t r a qua lity, 50 s . F

roc k coats, faced with silk, 355. to 455.; extra quality, 50s. to 60s. Fashionable cashmere and Tweed Codrington, Albert, and Chestertleld coats, 14s. to 255. Fancy doeskin trousers, 12s. 6d. to 21s. Fancy waistcoats, new patterns, 6s. sd. to 12s. 6d.; rich satin, Bs. 6d. to 15
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Inquest on the Bodies.

Inquest on the Bodies.

Mr. W. Payne, coroner for the city of London and a jury of seventeen inhabitants of the ward of Langbourne, assembled at the Ship Tavern, Lime-street, to inquire into the circumstances connected with the deaths of Mrs. Isabella Satchell, aged 26, and Thomas Satchel], her child,
June 7, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
London and Durham Coal Company,

London and Durham Coal Company,

THE Collieries of this Company are situated in the Comity°, Durham, and their produce is of a superior quality. Arrangements having been made to supply the Public directly from the Mines, clear of the expenses and delays of the Coal Market, the Company is enabled to offer its Co
June 7, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England