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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
 
/ //ki9trl LATEST NEWS F CANADA.

/ //ki9trl LATEST NEWS F CANADA.

U acrViTSA4 The Albany Evening Journal of the 2d instant has the ' following : " f3urliugton, Vermont, IVedrfesday, Nov. 29. "Friend Weed, don't be deceived. I have informadon direct and positive, that the patriots were successful in the engagement of Sunday night. The British t
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY.—The Shareholders in this undertaking are reminded that the PERIOD for making APPLI• CATION to register their

LONDON AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY.—The Shareholders in this undertaking are reminded that the PERIOD for making APPLI• CATION to register their

Proportion of Shares in the minorporated London and Brighton Railway Company will EXPIRE on the 28th instant; and that the 1/ per share must absplutely be paid on or before the 28th day of January next. Forms of application may be had at the Office. • By order of the Directors 7
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BIETHS. f , Of On the 16th in s t. th e l a dy o f J. P e

BIETHS. f , Of On the 16th in s t. th e l a dy o f J. P e

pp e rcorn, am* Walcot- place of a son. On the 16th inst. at Rougham Hall, Suff,ik, t he isd/ of P. Bennet, jun. Esq. of a son and heir. On the 19th .inst. at Langley House, Bucks, the of the Rev. H. T. Attkins, of a daughter. MARREED. At St. Pancras New Church, on the 21st inst
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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.: le ~. ..... ....i.: . ..,, : .:, .: .., • :. – : ..'• 111 1 .- ~4., : , 4, ~ .::::. .., ."., (.........., No. 441—NEW SERIES.]

.: le ~. ..... ....i.: . ..,, : .:, .: .., • :. - : ..'• 111 1 .- ~4., : , 4, ~ .::::. .., ."., (.........., No. 441—NEW SERIES.] VOREIGN COGNAC BRANDY versus BRITISH I ~„Q. Who are the large purchasers of BRITISH BRANDY?— "ue TRADE. Who boys it for consumption ?—NOT ONE IN A THO
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22.

FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22.

LORD RADNOR'S motion last night for the production of Dr. HAmenEN's protests seems only to have been intended for the excitement of a little discussion, and as a note of warning, to the University Authorities of more serious things hereafter. It occasioned the edifying spectacle
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
BILLINGSGATE MARKET.

BILLINGSGATE MARKET.

Common and inferior fish plentiful—Good scarceprices of the latter dear. Turbot, 5s to 22i and 238; soles, 9d to is 61 and per pair; cod, 2s and 2s 6d to 8s; lobsters; 6d to Is each; haddock, 6d to Bd, Iod, anti is. HOP MARKET. No variation in prices from Monday's quotations; an
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE, DEC. 21.

LAW INTELLIGENCE, DEC. 21.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. - PRENDERGAST V. COMPTON.—Mr. Sergeant Wilde, Mr. Knowles, and Mr. Arnold appeared for the plaintiff; Mr. Kelly and Mr. Richards for the defendant. This was an action brought by Captain Prendergast, of the 45th Regiment of Foot, against the defendant, ag c
December 22, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England