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FLAX, HEMP, COIR. The Flax market is still inactive, but we have no change to notice in the quotations. Hemp

FLAX, HEMP, COIR. The Flax market is still inactive, but we have no change to notice in the quotations. Hemp

is firm in price, but the business doing in it is by no means extensive. Petersburg clean £3B per ton. Jute is brisk, and lOs per ton dearer. Coir goods support former terms.
December 12, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
AT LEA.DENUALL. Kws.—Petersburgh. Unshaved. Shaved. lbs. lbs. d. d. d. d. 4to 7 :. 19 20 20 to 21 7

AT LEA.DENUALL. Kws.—Petersburgh. Unshaved. Shaved. lbs. lbs. d. d. d. d. 4to 7 :. 19 20 20 to 21 7

9 18 19 19 20 9 10 .. 18 , 1818 19 11 13 17 18 18 19 CALF-SKINS. Unrouuded. Rounded. lbs. d. d. d. d. 20 to 28 .. 16 to-19 19 to 26 30 35 .. 17 21 20 27 33 40 .. 17 22 21 29 40 45 .. 18 22 22 30 45 50 .. 18 22 22 30 50 55 .. 18 22 22 29 55 60 .. 17 21 21 29 60 70 .. 17 21 20 28
December 12, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
FROM THE REV. JOHN ASHBY, STONY STRATFORD.

FROM THE REV. JOHN ASHBY, STONY STRATFORD.

"I am struck at the extensive and varied reading, the accurate information, the condensed knowledge, the pertinent bearing, and the practical improvement comprised in such narrow bounds. The idea of a commentary of great worth at five shillings, must, in my judgment, be deemed o
December 5, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
LOCAL CO:

LOCAL CO:

The Legal Expenses are in All Cases Paid by the Company. The Business is Transacted in Confidence. There are No Fines. And the Money can be Had on Short Notice. The following are Examples of the Company's Operations : A is a tradesman who has a little property, but in the course
October 17, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
MODIFY THE ~ PROTEST !"

MODIFY THE ~ PROTEST !"

TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRITISH BANNER. SIR,—It often happens, in the heat of controversy, that the ground is shifted, extraneous matter is introduced, argument degenerates into personalities, motives are impeached, and the main object is overlooked. When adventitious forces are sp
October 17, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
SPANISH BARBARITY.

SPANISH BARBARITY.

The British Public are being shocked by the accounts which are laid before them of the outrageous persecution of M. DE MORA. Of all the bad things which of late have been from time to time reported, special pre-eminence attaches to the present case. The gentleman in question has
October 17, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

RETURN OF THE COURT FROM SCOTLAND. The Royal progress from Balmoral to York is recorded elsewhere. The run from York to London was admirably performed, without incident calling for remark, within two minutes of the appointed time. On approaching King's-cross terminus the Royal t
October 17, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

W. Cort, Liverpool, brewer—J. Smith, Liverpool, ship carpenter—l. Stocker, Liverpool, retail grocer —G. Trowbridge, Liverpool, teacher of navigation—M. Davidson, Everton, Lancashire, car driver—T. Johnson, Liverpool, late manager at a pottery warehouse—E. Williams. Birmingham, r
October 17, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Thursday. Oi 13-16

Thursday. Oi 13-16

October 17, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
THE DENISON JUDGMENT.

THE DENISON JUDGMENT.

The redoubtable HENRY OF EXETER has been so long silent, that his re-appearance in the arena of Church conflict is a novelty with power to startle the rising generation. The venerable Bishop has had addressed to him divers appeals from his Clergy on the subject of the recent dec
December 5, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England