It appears, from a curious document just laid before the House of Lords, that the Chinese export to foreign countries, not only large quantities of some of the more ordinary ...Article : 1,309 words
SIR,—Why do you not follow the example of your spirited brother journalist the HERALD, who, in to day's paper, has reprinted an old speech on Usury, by Mr.'B. Boyd ...Article : 831 words
Preparations on a monster scale are being made to give eclat to tho banquet in honor of the pseudo-martyrs, which is fixed to "come off" at the Music-hall, in Abbey-street, on the 10th ...Article : 395 words
DUBLIN, Sept. 7.—Yesterday, at two o'c,lock a special meeting of the Working Committee of the Repeal Association; was held at the Corn Exchange Rooms, William S. O'Brien, Esq ...Article : 4,009 words
The English funds have been steady to-day, without much business, and the operations have been chiefly confined to purchases for permanent investment. Consols for ...Article : 199 words
John Armstrong, an adjourned single meeting, at .. .. .. .. ..11 A.M. B.B. Furtado, a single meeting, at .. 2 P.M. Walter Stewart, a special meeting, at NOON. ...Article : 79 words
The fatigue attendant upon so long a voyage and journey rendered in necessary that her Majesty should enjoy retirement after her arrival at Blair Athol. It is understood that her ...Article : 573 words
The following Insolvents intend to apply for their Certificates:— On the 2nd January: J. Popplewell, and James Aylward. ...Article : 93 words
POLICE OFFICE, 26th DEC., 1844.—A case of embezzlement, which has occupied the Court off and on for the last fortnight was brought to a close by a committal. Although ...Article : 495 words
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