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CITY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONDAY EVENING. Owing to the depressing weather and the general character of the accounts from Ireland, the English funds opened this morning with considerable heaviness. On the publication, h wever, of the second edition of tine papers, with continued reports of the comparative
April 29, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
The French Crisis. Reform or Revolution. In France, again, the surge is heaving, and the vessel of the State is

The French Crisis. Reform or Revolution. In France, again, the surge is heaving, and the vessel of the State is

rocking on the waters. The heated atmosphere, the rising wind, and crackling spars, tell of her peril. Ere long, she may be plunging amid the breakers, where no prescience can decide her fate. Already they seem to crest the horizon, while the nearer wave swells and darkens, as t
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON SEWERAGE AS IT OUGHT TO BE.

LONDON SEWERAGE AS IT OUGHT TO BE.

Former articles of this series have been devoted to an exposure of the subterranean filth of the metropolis. We have attempted to lift up, as it were, the integuments of this great city, and to show the foul channels constantly wrentating underneath. We might go on describing fi
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THAVIE s OFFICE .

THAVIE s OFFICE .

s OFFICE . A THIRY TRAP.—On Monday, a youth named W. Langley was charged with attempting to steal a handkerchief from the pocket of William Smith, a ship's carpenter, who having recently lost two silk handkerchiefs in Ratcliff highway, took the precaution of pinning his handkerch
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURN.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURN.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF LAST WEEK ' S RECEIPTS OF TO PRINCIPAL LINES WITH THE CORRESPONDING WEEK IN Miles Receipts in ,the opened, Week. NAME OF RAILWAY. 184711818 1847, 1848. -I Arbroath & Forfar Chester & Birkenhead Dublin & Drogheda Kingstown Dundee & Aberdeen Eastern Counti
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
OFFICE, 337, STRAND, LONDON

OFFICE, 337, STRAND, LONDON

A CALENDAR FOR GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, FROM FEB. 20, to FEB. 27, 1848, INCLUSIVE. LONDON. DEGREES 30 MINUTES, NORTH LATITUDE, Day of Week TH. THE MOON HIGH WATER and Date. Rises Sete Rises Sets Morn. Aft. Sunday ..20 7 8 521 7 9 556 245 3 3 Monday —2l: 7 6 523 813 629 321 337
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Abdel Kader is about to go to Paris, to visit the King.

Abdel Kader is about to go to Paris, to visit the King.

FUNERAL OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.—The mortal remains of the Right Rev. Dr. Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury, were removed yesterday morning from Lambeth Palace to their last resting place at Addiscombe. The mournful cortege formed at a quarter past ten o'clock, and shortl
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
VICE CUANCELLORS' COURT-WEDNESDAY,

VICE CUANCELLORS' COURT-WEDNESDAY,

Ex PARTE PERRY, RE WALTON.-MEDICAL ATTENDANCE. —(Before Vice Chancellor Knight Bruce.)—This was an appeal from the rejection of a proof by Mr. Commissioner Balguy. The petitioner, who was a surgeon, had been engaged to attend the bankrupt, and to reside in his house, for the pur
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
February 2091848.

February 2091848.

February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Nov ready at all the Libraries, in 3 Vole, T HE NEW NOVEL, "ANGELA." By the Author of " Emilia

Nov ready at all the Libraries, in 3 Vole, T HE NEW NOVEL, "ANGELA." By the Author of " Emilia

Wyndham," " Two O 1 Men's Tales," Azc. KING ARTHUR. By the Author of " The New Timon." Post Bvo, ss. LIVES OF THE QUEENS OF ENGLAND. By AGNES STRICXLANG. VOL XII., completing the Work. (Just ready.) HENRY COLBURN, Pablisher,l3, Great Marlborough street. DR. CULVERWELL ON THE LAW
February 20, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England