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09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
orrHE FARMER'S and GII,NERAL FIRE AL and LIFE INSURANCE, and LOAN and ANNUITY fITUTION. (To be empowered by Act of

orrHE FARMER'S and GII,NERAL FIRE AL and LIFE INSURANCE, and LOAN and ANNUITY fITUTION. (To be empowered by Act of

Parliament.) Temporary Chambers, Farmer's Magazine Office, Norfolkstreet, Strand. Capital 500,0001. lii 60,000 Shai as of 101. each. Deposit, 11. per
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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..... [No further sum is likely to be called for, as the accruing premiums n ill render further call unnecessary ] Farmer's Fire and Life institution is not a mutual Insurance Orrice, Sli rehulders will only be liable to the amount of their shares, the camtat so produced being m
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CHINA. It will be seen by the news given elsewhere, that the China question has unfortunately become

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CHINA. It will be seen by the news given elsewhere, that the China question has unfortunately become

more complicated, and less capable of amicable adjustment. The whole of the English inhabitants of Macao have been expelled Macao and compelled to take refuge on board the shipping in the harbour, with this addition, that no provisions should be supplied to them. Our corresponde
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
I here man Chairman. ly the sal: n the doct j l iously e Lecuserl ° A d ion justifY"'

I here man Chairman. ly the sal: n the doct j l iously e Lecuserl ° A d ion justifY"'

le letter ° P t lir9• rha to Tla rl eo. ltegrity Esq., has for . emolumel [onerous a" these resold' 3r the .ancasterf and to tu i aCk burn) a° Chaim*' s frozen ers .d, but ined no ly of the or 800 0 r e , • were 8 - 3 cated hi's" owing t9 e pto few acciu o the IZ°. ( f,,:t ø r O
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES. On the 7t

MARRIAGES. On the 7t

h of January, at East , l-Landon, in Essex, the Be Edward Henry Landon, M.A., of Curpus Christi College' Cambridge, to Juliana Leatitia, eldest daughter of fcaptah ) Birch, Royal F.ngineets. Jan. 7, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, by the Rev. Thoona 9 Snow Rector of Sr. Dunsta's-in-
09 January 1840 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. (mom OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) PARI6, FEB. 6.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. (mom OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) PARI6, FEB. 6.

POLITICAL DUELS AT PARIS. That young and mad-brained journalists, or hot and inconsiderate republican students, whose heads are as empty as their pockets, should engage in such matters as political duels at Paris will excite in you no surprise; but that a deputy of France should
09 February 1833 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POSTSCRIN LONDON.-SATURDAY, FEB. 9.

POSTSCRIN LONDON.-SATURDAY, FEB. 9.

The news of most importance in the French papers, is the confirmation of the intelligence of an armistice having been concluded between Ibrahim Pacha and the Porte for forty days. The duelling seems to be on the decline, the government having interfered by arresting those who we
09 February 1833 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MADAME DE STAEL'S " CORINNE." The new volume of THE STANDARD NOVELS AND ROMANCES, Published on February Ist, contains Madame

MADAME DE STAEL'S " CORINNE." The new volume of THE STANDARD NOVELS AND ROMANCES, Published on February Ist, contains Madame

de Stael's celebrated Romance, entitled CORI NNE; or ITALY, complete in One Volume, price only 6s. Translated expressly for this Series by Miss Isabel Hill, with metrical versions of the " Chants " or Odes, by Miss Landon. A Memoir of the Author, Including numerous anecdotes of
09 February 1833 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England