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M AR KETS. CORN EXCHANGE ! There has bete a good supply of Wheat and Flour this week, and the

M AR KETS. CORN EXCHANGE ! There has bete a good supply of Wheat and Flour this week, and the

trade much the same as Monday. Barley and Bean= obtain rather better prices, and though thete is a good arrival of Oats, there in a sale at a triaing advance. NVIIEAT : Es-ex red, new.—s 42s 435; tine,: le 495; 0i1,52s white, new, tine, 4S b• ; superfine f2s 344 ;old.. 64 53s ;—
September 18, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW.

PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW.

SMITHFIELD.—IIay, 72s Od to 84s ocl ; —s to —a ; Clover, 84s to 110 s; Inferior, --s to —s; Straw, 3,s to 40s. WHITECHAPEL.—CIover, s to 115 s ; new ditto, 100$ to Ins ; second • cut, —s —a; Hay, to 90s ; new ditto, 758 to 80s; Wheat Straw, 32s to 38$, CUMBERLAND MARKET. Fine Up
October 2, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
SALE OF OLD STORES AT PLYMOUTH. . Admiralty, Somerset-place, October 17, 1836. THE Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord

SALE OF OLD STORES AT PLYMOUTH. . Admiralty, Somerset-place, October 17, 1836. THE Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord

High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland do hereby give notice, That.on Tuesday. the Bth November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the Captain Superintendent will put up t o SALE in his Ma j esty's Dock , -yard, at Plymouth, several Lots of OLD STORES
October 23, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
. . •. – , SAYINGS ND DOINGS.

. . •. – , SAYINGS ND DOINGS.

. . •. - , SAYINGS ND DOINGS. We are told that a Society has been formed at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, for the purpose of advancing the interest of botany in 'London. Several societies previously existed in the metropolis , among which the "swell mob" was most conspicuous, whos
October 30, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
ott SUNDAY EVENING 04

ott SUNDAY EVENING 04

SUNDAY EVENING 04 GERMAN RAILROAD.—It IS a remarkable fact, that in the formation of the railway between Prague and Pilsen, the individuals employed were chiefly females, each of whose wages amounted to about 6d. a day. There were upwards of 2000 regularly engaged as labourers, i
October 30, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
. , expected, whpF,e very rarity is ominous ? Gon grant it rain not blood!' When people lease their homes

. , expected, whpF,e very rarity is ominous ? Gon grant it rain not blood!' When people lease their homes

and fly unto the mountains for protection, that is an awful A heartquake in the nation is at band, a thrill extending from the giant tramp of knowledge that shall shake decayed high places where the idols dwell, and shored up rottenness, to dust, leaving the steadfastness' of ri
September 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
VAMILIES FURNISHING will do well to visit RIPPON 1. and CUITS' FURNI , HING IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, WELLS-STREET, OXFORD-STREET ESTABLISHED 1820,

VAMILIES FURNISHING will do well to visit RIPPON 1. and CUITS' FURNI , HING IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, WELLS-STREET, OXFORD-STREET ESTABLISHED 1820,

where good and substantial Articles only are sold, at Prices below any other respectable House. Goods sent home to any part of London free of expense, and exchanged if not approved of. For Cash when selected, or on delivery. a. d. Solid brass candlesticks, per pair 1 6 Brass cha
September 11, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

To supply that which has long been—we believe almost universally —considered a desideratum, the SUNDAY EVENING GLOBE has been established. Hitherto there has been no channel open for the dissemination of intelligence, however important, between the Saturday evening and the Monda
September 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
HOT GOOSE AND COLD DUCE.

HOT GOOSE AND COLD DUCE.

[The papers inform us that "an eminent tailor in Bond-street was nearly drowned on endeavouring to jump on the pier at Margate before the vessel was near enough to the side." His name is not stated, but his escape has not escaped us.] Mr. Snip made a jump, but the rope being loo
September 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

On Saturday, the 17th inst., at Boulogne, in the 01st year of bis age, Mr. Elijah Soloman, of Castle-street, Long-acre.—On Sunday, the lith Sept. at Calais, Thomas Foster, Eq., of Wootton Hill, near Prescot, late town.clerk of Liverposl.—On the 17th :inst., at her residence in D
September 25, 1836 - Sunday Evening Globe - London, London, England