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MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTEA TEs.

MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTEA TEs.

Yesterday being county day, the usual meeting of the Middlesex magistrates took place at the sessions house, Cierkenwell, Mr. Serjeant Addams in the chair. . . . The minutes of the last court were read and confirmed The Deputy Clerk of the Peace laid before the coart the regulat
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PLURALITIES.

PLURALITIES.

Lord J. RUSSELL obtained leave to bring in a bill "to abridge pluralities and make better provision for the residence of the clergy." ,In answer to a question from Sir R. INGus, Lard J. RUSSELL stated that he should postpone until the Ist of February the other notice he had upon
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT DISSENTERS AND GENERAL LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE CQM PANY —The Company having THIS DAY COMMENCED BUSINESS, attendance will be

PROTESTANT DISSENTERS AND GENERAL LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE CQM PANY —The Company having THIS DAY COMMENCED BUSINESS, attendance will be

given daily at their temporary Office ' s IT, Cornbill, to grant P o li c i es . C ommon I nsurances , Is 6d, Hazardous 2s 6d, Doubly Hazardous 4s THOMAS PRICE, Secretary. December 23d.
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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pointed. He was not now prepared however with . ouch details as would tuatite hiut to answer the honourable gentleman. ' Mr. MACLEAN said he should make a motion on the subject after the recess. Mr. GROTE preiented a petition in favour of vote by ballot from a place in Suffolk.
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BRIEF SUMMARY of the COLONIAL MARKETS DURING the PAST h EEK.

BRIEF SUMMARY of the COLONIAL MARKETS DURING the PAST h EEK.

Very little business done, ended as usual the week before Christmas, and prices much as before. All kinds of Raw Sugar from our Colonies has advanced 6d to 15 per cwt. in price. ..Refined Sugar has made the same ripe. Foreign Sugar has undergone no variation. Tea if anything is
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BRET T's improved BRANDYNOT PATENT I—This Brandy is now unequivocally recommended by the Faculty, as possessing more salutary pro- Pestles

BRET T's improved BRANDYNOT PATENT I—This Brandy is now unequivocally recommended by the Faculty, as possessing more salutary pro- Pestles

than the finest Co4nac; from whiclicostly spirit, however, connoisseurs, and many of the trade, are positively unable to distinguish it. For the satisfaction of scrupulous persons our genuine IMPROVED BRANDY may be tasted, and single sealed bottles, 3s 6d each, may be had, as sa
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
Under the Patronage of her Majesty the Queen of HANOVER, his Royal Highness the Duke of SUSSEX, her Grace the

Under the Patronage of her Majesty the Queen of HANOVER, his Royal Highness the Duke of SUSSEX, her Grace the

Duchess of RICHMOND, &c. &c. E. SOLOMONS, Optician t o the IL Royal Eye. Infirmary, Patentee of the Amber Spectacles, &c., No 36, OLD BOND STREET (nearly opposite the Western Exchange), whose recently invented and highly-approved S PECTACLES may be adapted to the various circums
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
General Post-office, December IS, 1837. is hereby given that her Majesty's Postmaster-General will be ready to RECEIVE TENDERS, on or

General Post-office, December IS, 1837. is hereby given that her Majesty's Postmaster-General will be ready to RECEIVE TENDERS, on or

before the Bth day of 'January, next, at Twelve o'clock, for RUNNING a MAIL COACH with Four Horses between LONDON, NEWMARKET, BURY ST. .B.DNIUNDS, arid NORWICH. The Conditions may be seen on application at the Post offiers -at Bury St. Edmunds, Norwich, and Newmarket; or at the
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF SUGAR.

PRICE OF SUGAR.

, The average price of Muscovado Sugar, from the returns made in the week ending the 19th of He. cember, 1837, is Thirty-nine Shillings and Eleven Pence 'Farthing per Hundred Weight, exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable on the importation 'thereof into Great Britai
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN SUMMARY.

FOREIGN SUMMARY.

The researches of the police into the affair of Hubert, and his new infernal machine, have led to very portant diseoveries. At last, in the house oflladetuoiselle Grouville (the Republican inantuatnaker arz Frsted and still in custody), the police found a bundle which was opened
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England