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.I'OI,OI4TEEII.,S I . The propOse , l by Mr. fo;ftlie Defmce of the C.(44ry the, subjeEt cif much misr.pre,;entafi . on-, - zsAr relat:!s to -the inter:4o new in tiAtolantekr Sys'• tern, we are - happy hi- being enable to lay before our headers What we think, we can upon" as .acc
April 21, 1806 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DIED

DIED

On the t3th inst. at his seat, Balleedalloch, near Elgin, Scotland, General Grant, at a - very old age. Early yesterday morning, after a lingering illness, Mr.: Eatwood, one of the Messengers belonging- to the. Right Hon. the Lords Commissioners of His Afjesty's- Board of Admira
April 21, 1806 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Business done this day.

Business done this day.

February 9, 1853 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES GRANTED.

CERTIFICATES GRANTED.

J. H. Davy, Parker-street, Drury-lane, coach wheelwright, certificate of the first-class— W. Green, Harrowroad, builder, certificate of the second class—H. Banks, Bethnal-green-road, carpenter and builder, certificate of the third class—J. Hey, Colne, Lancashire, manufacturer, c
February 9, 1853 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

The difference of opinion formerly existing in reference to Emigration is now completely femoved. No one douhts the expediency and advantages of Emigration, but the expene.e is tke principal consideration with everyone contemplating a change of country and pursuits. It is scarce
February 9, 1853 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 

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September 5, 1856 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PREFERENCE SHARE'd.

PREFERENCE SHARE'd.

September 5, 1856 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EDINBURGH GRAIN.-SETT. 3.

EDINBURGH GRAIN.-SETT. 3.

There was a fair supply of grain to-day. Wheat Was slow of sale, and prices considerably back. Barley and oats brisk, and prices better. Beans back. Wheat, on the top, 5s Od down, and on the average 39 Gd down. Barley, Gd down on the top, and is id up the average. Oats on the to
September 5, 1856 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

"The Emperor," says the Courrier du Havre, " intends, it is thought, to be in Paris by the 15th inst., as several of the ministers now absent on leave have received notice to return to the capital by the 14th." Prince Jerome embarked yesterday on board the Ariel steamer at Havre
September 5, 1856 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WEST COAST OF AFRICA. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY AFTERNOON. The African Steam Navigation Company's mail packet Retriever, Commander A. M'lntosh, arrived to-day.

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY AFTERNOON. The African Steam Navigation Company's mail packet Retriever, Commander A. M'lntosh, arrived to-day.

Her homeward dates are Bonny, July 24 ; Old Calabar, 25th ; Caineroons, 27th ; Fernando Po, 30th ; Lagos, Aug. 2; Accra, 4th ; Cape Coast, 6th • Liberia, 10th ; Sierra Leone, 13th ; althurst, 17th; Qoree, 18th ; Teneriffe, 25 . th ; and Madeira, 27th. She brings 2,020 oz. of gol
September 5, 1856 - Sun (London) - London, London, England