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EAST INDIA SHIPPING:

EAST INDIA SHIPPING:

The Hero of Malown, Grundy, from Madras, off Plymouth; sailed Oct. 14. Arrivals at Madras-The Lady Fitzherbert, Sept. 18, from Mauritius, and sailed 19, for Calcutta; the Diana, 19, from Calcutta; the Sesostris, 19, from London and Cape; the Royal William, 20, from London; the R
01 February 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. THIS EVENING their Majesties' Servants will perform Balfe's ginal Opera of SIEGE OF ROCHELLE. Count de Rosemberg,

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. THIS EVENING their Majesties' Servants will perform Balfe's ginal Opera of SIEGE OF ROCHELLE. Count de Rosemberg,

Mr. Seguin; Marquis de Valmonr, Mr. Wilson; Montalban, Mr. Giabilei ; Michel, Mr. M. W. Balfe ; Clara, (Miss Betts; Euphenaia, Miss Somerville; Cynthia, Mrs. East; Marcella, Miss Poole- 0 After which, TURNING THE TABLES. ti To conclude with the Pantomime, called HARLEQUIN AND OL
01 February 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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10 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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- LATEST PRICES (A QUARTER TO FOUR O'CLOCK), INCLUD. kNG BARGAINS FOR THE ACCOUNT (OR TIME, AND IN I'o CI( S NOT RECOGNISED BY THE SYNDICATE. French Five per Cents 109 30 Canals bitto, Four per Cents Jouissance . :Ditto, Three per Cents 80 5 Caisse Hypothecaire Juuissances des C
26 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
QUEEN-SQUARE.

QUEEN-SQUARE.

Yesterday a case of great interest to the journeymen cabinetmakers of the metropolis came for the fourth time before the Magistrates at this office, as it was supposed for adjudication. Mr. Bodkin attended on behalf of the journeymen, and Mr. Snell, cabinet-maker, of Albemarle-s
26 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. FOR CALCUTTA Direct.—Positively to SAIL on the 28th of January, the ship DAUNTLESS, burden 450 tons, A 1,

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. FOR CALCUTTA Direct.—Positively to SAIL on the 28th of January, the ship DAUNTLESS, burden 450 tons, A 1,

Z l PPered, WILLIAM PINDER. Commander; lying in the East India xl'ert Dock. This vessel has excellent accommodations for passengers. "-For freight or passage apply to the Commander, at the Jerusalem 01 Id Lloyd's Coffee Houses; or to JOHN and Co., 3, Freemans- Co urt, Cornhill.
26 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
that of the United States of America. No man., wishes more cordially than I do for the prosperity of those

that of the United States of America. No man., wishes more cordially than I do for the prosperity of those

great institutions, whatever they be, which add to the wealth and happiness of nations, for the wealth, the happiness, and the prosperity of one country react upon ano, ther ; and, so far from viewing them with any grudging feeling, we ought to rejoice at them, as tending to our
16 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CITY-SATURDAY EVENING. The unfortunate failure in the silk trade to which we adverted yesterday evening has tended rather to diminish

CITY-SATURDAY EVENING. The unfortunate failure in the silk trade to which we adverted yesterday evening has tended rather to diminish

confidence in the monetary and commercial circles, and consequently there has been some pressure for money. The settling of the Consol account has passed over better than was anticipated; but we regret to state that there is some truth in the statement of a considerable failure
16 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LIVERP 0 0 L-S ATURD AY .

LIVERP 0 0 L-S ATURD AY .

COTTON.—The sales of Cotton to-day amount to about 3,000 bags, principally Americans, at the prices of yesterday. '1 he market continues steady. FOREIGN PRODUCE.—In the early part of the week there was a good demand for Sugar, and full prices were realised, but, in consequence o
16 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BAIA CA It ii and the Honourable EDWIN HUGH LINDSAY. A narrative of authentic facts connected with the detention of

BAIA CA It ii and the Honourable EDWIN HUGH LINDSAY. A narrative of authentic facts connected with the detention of

the brotb i l of the Noble Earl of 13alcarres on the island of Papa Stour, So Shetland, for a period of TWENTY-SIX YEARS, and providential escape from thence through the agene/ of THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. The original letters of the Noble Earl, and the reply of the perstcld broth
16 January 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England