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  2. A FEW WORDS ON CREDIT.

    ONE of the most remarkable circumstances of the present time is the great scarcity of metallic money, as indicated by the small reserves in the two great Banks of France and England, and the general ...

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  6. THE CREDIT MOBILIER OF FRANCE UNDERTAKES TO CONSTRUCT RAILWAYS IN RUSSIA.

    THE London Evening Sun of 10th November devotes a somewhat lengthy article to the present state of the financial affairs of France and England, in the course of which it affirms that a stagnation, in even the most ...

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  7. CASE OF ARCHDEACON DENISON.

    THE case of Ditcher v. Denison came on for final ad[?]udication on the 21st of October, at the Court-house, Bath. It will be recollected at the last sitting of the Court that judgment was pronounced, condemning ...

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