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December 30, 1854 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
E. R. FOSTER, Resident Director. ANDREW FRANCIS, Secretary.

E. R. FOSTER, Resident Director. ANDREW FRANCIS, Secretary.

December 30, 1854 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN FUNDS. Austrian, 5 per Cent.. 83 Nfoxican, 3p. Cr. 1846 211 Belgian, 11 percent... Peruvian, 41 per Ct. 691

FOREIGN FUNDS. Austrian, 5 per Cent.. 83 Nfoxican, 3p. Cr. 1846 211 Belgian, 11 percent... Peruvian, 41 per Ct. 691

Brazilian, S per Cent." 97 Do. Deterred ...... 49 Do. New ........ 98 Portuguese, 4 pbr Ct. 41 Buenos Ayres, 6 per Ct 531 Do. 5 per Cent. Minim . ), 6 per Cent ..... .. )01 Russian, 5 per Cent. . 97 Danish, 5 per Cent...... 109 Do. 4i do. ... 88 Dutch, 2/ per Cent. ... 611 Sardi
December 30, 1854 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
PRUSSXA.

PRUSSXA.

LETTER FROM THE POET HERWEGH TO THE KING OF PRIISSIA.—" Let us be honest foes." Such were the words which Prussia's King recently addressed to me, and these words give me the right—nay, place me under an obligationof bringing my bitter complaints in the same open aid sincere way
January 22, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
0 otober 15. India, Affghanistan, a Our despatches in anticipation of arrived on Friday, bringing intelligence 28th, from Calcutta to

0 otober 15. India, Affghanistan, a Our despatches in anticipation of arrived on Friday, bringing intelligence 28th, from Calcutta to

the 13th of Augt the 6th of June. The most remarkable ( letter of our correspondent is the d and Jellalabad to Cabul. This ly on the receip t ( governor general to send forward d the i nr : adopted immediate t u _ reached India by the mail that left t June. Notwithstanding the e
October 15, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

This work, an ELEVENTH edition which is now presented to the public, 10,000 copies having been exhausted since its first appearance, has been very much improved and enlarged by the addition of a mere extended and clear detail of general principles, as also by the insertion of se
October 15, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 5, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
VLA.RYLEBONE.

VLA.RYLEBONE.

A QUEER POSITION.—On Monday, Francis Haywood, an officer of her Majesty's customs, was placed at the bar before Mr. Rawlinson, charged under the following rather unpleasant circumstances.—lt appeared from the evidence, that Mr. and Mrs. Fenning, the former of whom holds a high s
November 5, 1842 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
He should order the prisoner to pay a fine ot 40s, and in default be committed to the House of

He should order the prisoner to pay a fine ot 40s, and in default be committed to the House of

Correction for one month. Mr. Thomas said the prisoner would certainly not pay the fine.—A long conversation then ensued with respect to proceeding with the other cases, when it was determined to proceed with them.—Mr. Thomas hoped Mr. Jardine would not lend himself to crush a f
January 29, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
.QTIRLING REES'S CUBEBS with SARSAPARILLA, &c., the most safe, speedy, and certain remedy ever discovered for the cure of Discharges,

.QTIRLING REES'S CUBEBS with SARSAPARILLA, &c., the most safe, speedy, and certain remedy ever discovered for the cure of Discharges,

Gouorrhcea, Glens, Spasmodic Strictures, Whites, Pains of the Loins, Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra, and other disorders of the urinary passages; frequently performing a perfect cure in the short space of three or tour days. It contains all the efficacious parts of the Cu
January 29, 1843 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England