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COVE NT-GARDEN. Asparagus 3s to ss, and Rhubarb 6d to 9d, per bundle; Cucumbers Os 4d to is 3d each;

COVE NT-GARDEN. Asparagus 3s to ss, and Rhubarb 6d to 9d, per bundle; Cucumbers Os 4d to is 3d each;

Apples 3s Od to 6s Od, Old Onions Is 9d to 2s Od, Gooseberries, 2s 6d to 3s 6d, and Spinach 4d to 8d per half-sieve; Summer Cabbages 9d to is 3d, Celery 3d to is Od, and Horseradish Is to 2s per dozen heads; New Turnips 3s 6d to ss, Carrots 4s Od to 6s, Old ditto 4s ad to 5s 6d,
June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
COAL MARKET.—JUNE 18. (Prices of Coals per ton at the close of the market.) Carr's Hartley, 16s 6d—Hartlepool W. Hartley,

COAL MARKET.—JUNE 18. (Prices of Coals per ton at the close of the market.) Carr's Hartley, 16s 6d—Hartlepool W. Hartley,

16s—Hasting's Hartley, 16s 6d—Howard's West Hartley Netherton, 16s 6d—Tanfield Moor, 14s—Tanfield Moor Butes, 14s—West Hartley, 168 9d. Wall's-end, &c. :—Gosforth, 15s 6d—Heaton, 15s 6d—Hilda, 15s 3d—Riddell, 15s 6d—Wharncliffe, 15s 6d —Eden Main, 16s 6d—Braddyll, 17s—Framwellga
June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

LIVERPOOL. Monday.—The British and North American Royal Mail steam-ship Africa arrived this afternoon from New York, with 149 passengers, and 1,044,558 dols. in specie. The Africa sailed from New York at noon, on the 30th, awl the same day passed the United States mail-ship Eric
May 16, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. Price is. lid. and 2s. 9d. per box. TH" -preparation is one of the benefits

BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. Price is. lid. and 2s. 9d. per box. TH" -preparation is one of the benefits

which the science of modern chemistry has conferred upon mankind ; forduring the first twenty years of the present century to speak of a cure for the Gout was considered a romance; but now, the and safety of this medicine is so fully demonstrated by unsolicited testimonials from
May 16, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
PATENT PIANOFORTE SALOON. CCADBY begs to invite the NOBILITY, • GENTRY, MUSICAL PROFESSION, and the Public generally, to inspect his

PATENT PIANOFORTE SALOON. CCADBY begs to invite the NOBILITY, • GENTRY, MUSICAL PROFESSION, and the Public generally, to inspect his

newly-manufactured Patent PIANOFORTES, at his Musical Saloon, No. 42, NEW BONDSTREET, comprising CONCERT. BICHORD, SEMI and OBLIQUE GRANDS, also COTTAGES and IMPROVED SQUARE PIANOFORTES, on SALE or HIRE. C. CADBY, having Mr. J. STEWART for his General Superintendent, who held a
May 16, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, MAY 12, 1856. The arrival of Cattle and Sheep into the Port of London from the

METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, MAY 12, 1856. The arrival of Cattle and Sheep into the Port of London from the

Continent during the past week has been small. The Custom-house return gives an entry of 21 Oxen, 240 Calves, 29 Pigs, and 616 Sheep—making a total of 906 head. The supplies to-day of Meat were, in the aggregate, very good as regards quantity, whilst trade was generally very slo
May 16, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF SOAP. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Yellow Soap.. 32 Oto 34 0 Town Tallow ——to

PRICES OF SOAP. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Yellow Soap.. 32 Oto 34 0 Town Tallow ——to

48 6 Mottled do. .. 33 0 35 0 Melted Stuff 36 6 Curd do. .. 38 0 42 0 Rough do. 23 0 Graves, 16s. ; and good Dregs, 7s. per cwt.: Rough Fat average, 2s. 6icl. per 8 lbs.
May 16, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
PRESENTATION'TO- THE -REV. J. ALEXANDER

PRESENTATION'TO- THE -REV. J. ALEXANDER

PRESENTATION'TO - THE - REV. J. ALEXANDER (Abridged from the NO2foU; News.) On Tuesday evening week, about 1,000 persons met in - St. Andrew's Hall, to present a - testimonial 'to the Rev. J. Alexandeivpastor, of the Independent , Church Wor-ehipping in Prince's-street, Norwich,
June 13, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
THE BUILDING FUND

THE BUILDING FUND

The Board ask ;p7cialtittention to the fact, that a Fund was opened at the Dinner in 1850, under great encouragement, for the purpose of erecting a suitable Asylum for the Orphan Family. Nothing is of more importance at the present time. The children are now accommodated in Thre
June 13, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
MAPPIN'S " SHILLING " RAZOR, sold everywhere, warranted good by the Makers, JOSEPH MAPPIN and BROTHERS, Queen's Cutlery Works, Sheffield,

MAPPIN'S " SHILLING " RAZOR, sold everywhere, warranted good by the Makers, JOSEPH MAPPIN and BROTHERS, Queen's Cutlery Works, Sheffield,

and 67 and 68, King William-street, City, London, where the largest stock of Cutlery in the world is kept.
June 13, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England