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OF HOPS, per Cwt. New Sussex 81. Os to 91. 9s • West Kent 71. 10s. to 91. Os Kent

OF HOPS, per Cwt. New Sussex 81. Os to 91. 9s • West Kent 71. 10s. to 91. Os Kent

.... 91. Os. to 151. Os 1826 1827 41.05. to 51. ss. Et. Kent 121. 12s. to 151. 15s 1828 6l. As. to 71. 10s 1829 Sussex 71. Os. to 71. 15s Old Olds Duty laid at 88,0471. 85 /Ad.
May 16, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
rROM TUESDArS LONDON GAZETTE. PARTNERSHI l'S DISSOLVED. W. and H. Peirce, North .Petherton, Somersetsbire, boat-builders-- Radfords and Waddington, Manchester, ironmongers

rROM TUESDArS LONDON GAZETTE. PARTNERSHI l'S DISSOLVED. W. and H. Peirce, North .Petherton, Somersetsbire, boat-builders-- Radfords and Waddington, Manchester, ironmongers

; as far as regards D. Wathlington --G. Haynes and .1. Piercy, and J. Bowie, Fetter-lane, teadealers ; as far as regards G -Haynes—S. and S. Fletcher, seal-engraver'—Nellthorp and Fish,: ,Sheffield, joiners-- Aston and Co., Coleman-street, and Stratford, Essex, tailors Vease and
November 7, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Nov. 18, A. Moody, Long-lane, Bermondsey, tanner — Nov. 29, A. Henry, Haydon-square, Minories, merchant —Nov. 25, W. Lankshear, jun., Little Chelsea, surgeon— Nov. 29, P. Chabert, Newton-place, Pentonville, and Lloyd's Coffee-house, merchant—Dec. 13, R. Scholey, Paterno.ter-row,
November 7, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
N EWGA TE ;old LEA L , EN HA Ll—By the Carca- , e., 14 Beef, Bd. to 3s.od. to

N EWGA TE ;old LEA L , EN HA Ll—By the Carca- , e., 14 Beef, Bd. to 3s.od. to

:is. 4,1.: Alutton, 3s. 6d. to 4s to 43 2d. ; Veal, 33. 4d. to 4s. 4d. to 54. oth; 4s. 4d. to 53. Od. to ss. 4d.—Lanib, (,!s. Od. to Os. Od.
November 7, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIaENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIaENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY, JuNE 27. The Earl of WINCOILSEA brought in a bill for the better emplo3ment of the labouring poor of England ; and also for justices of the pence to award a rate for their maintenance when nnemployed.—Read a first time. Adjourned. Tuesday, June 28. The Du
July 4, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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COVENT-GARDEN. Mr. JOHN MASON made his second appearance before a metropolitan audience at this theatre on Monday last (on which eiening the house clo3ed, for the season, with the usual address delivered by Mr. FAXRTOIN) in the character of Romeo. Mr. MASON possesses a good know
July 4, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ELECTIONEERING INFORMATION. DEFEAT OF MR. BANKES IN DORSETAIIIRE.

ELECTIONEERING INFORMATION. DEFEAT OF MR. BANKES IN DORSETAIIIRE.

a - hEithiN-LSUICTII AND LAST Div. DORCHESTER, Monday night.—Another signal triumph for the cause of reform has been this day achieved by the judicious, the disinterested, and the manly exertions of the freeholders of Dorsetshire. Artifice, cajolery, influence, supplication, imp
May 22, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
that he was forced to work and wheel a barrow, and she must work likewise. He then gave her an

that he was forced to work and wheel a barrow, and she must work likewise. He then gave her an

order to go to his place in Pimlico or Chelsea, which she refused, and told him she was not able to do such work. WHITE asked her how she knew that the order was for her to break stones and clean bricks. Mrs. Norman said that she supposed it was for that purpose, and she refused
May 22, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
REJECTION OF THE REFORM BILL. RIOTS AT DERBY.

REJECTION OF THE REFORM BILL. RIOTS AT DERBY.

DERBY, Oct. 9.-1 communicate to you such particulars as time will allow of the unfortunate circumstances that have transpired here in consequence of the rejection of the reform bill. About a quarter past 7 yesterday evening an express arrived bringing the unwelcome tidings. Disa
October 16, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
41i) ,( – 411/4

41i) ,( – 411/4

41i ) ,( - 411/4 , cbcl( , 0:)t) when he seized him by the collar. Several persons in the crowd attempted to rescue him in the station house. Mr. GREGoatE asked the prisoner what he had to say to such outrageous conduct ? The prisoner said that he had been taking an extra glass w
October 16, 1831 - The News (London) - London, London, England