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TRADE REPORT—FRIDAY EVENING. SUGAR—The sales in the West India market amount to 900 hogsheads of West India (including 150 hogsheads

TRADE REPORT—FRIDAY EVENING. SUGAR—The sales in the West India market amount to 900 hogsheads of West India (including 150 hogsheads

of Bar' badoes at public sales), making 2100 for the week, and prices are Is 6d per cwt lower than last Friday's. The public sales of Mauritius went off heavily. Of 8500 bags and 200 casks of Mauritius offered only about 2000 bags sold at a decline of 18t0 is 6d; 2400 bags of Ma
29 May 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Russell wrote to him that how, gret his absence he governorship of f, we understand, epting the vacant le finally

Russell wrote to him that how, gret his absence he governorship of f, we understand, epting the vacant le finally

preferred highly-honourable the offer of the ed from a large rd's successor. m the Admiralty question is," Who 7 William Parker's r the good of the )f the affairs of the o retain his corn- ts will succeed to lg up to his present introduced into the iaval lords. K.C.H., late corn
13 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WAR IN ALGERIA.

THE WAR IN ALGERIA.

We have received the Algiers journals to the sth instant inclusively. The Moniteur A Igo . len of the .sth confirms as follows the news of the success of Abd-el-Kader in Morocco:— "A profound tranquillity prevails at present in every point of Algeria, but the news from Morocco i
13 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The dm health of 1 his civil t - resembled dorn hope, , general by his ma had brougl which

The dm health of 1 his civil t - resembled dorn hope, , general by his ma had brougl which

her By his jucl voured to had alread from his p continued, they had cheers). Governme Drunk
13 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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20 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
3, POST. GREENWICH.

3, POST. GREENWICH.

The two former members, Admiral Dandas and Mr. E. G. Barnard, were nominated on Thursday for re-election. Mr. Salomons, the Jew, came forward as an independent candidate, on the requisition of a thousand electors. Admiral Dundas, in addressing the electors, said he gave the gove
31 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
I am not

I am not

" one of that same stubborn crew Who prove their doc:rines orthodox By apostolic blows and knocks." On the contrary, I am much rather inclined to abide by the sentiment so beautifully expressed by the Irish poet— "Your glar:s may be purple and mine may be blue, But, while they a
31 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

OXFORD, THURSDAY. The proceeding s a t t h e e l ect i on t hi s mor ning commenced_ with . a convocati on h o ld en i n the t h eatre f o r the purpose. of adrouting masters of arts to their regency. The noniin . ation began a t 12 o ' clock, when the theatre, with the exce p t
31 July 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF A WIFE BY HER HUSBAND.

MURDER OF A WIFE BY HER HUSBAND.

On Sunday morning last, about nine o'clock, the townships of Heaton, Halliwell, and the surrounding neighbourhood, were alarmed by a report that a man, named Robert Pilkington, about 56 years of age, had murdered his wife by splitting her skull with a poker. The facts are as fol
26 August 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
On the Ist of September. BC, will be Published, Part 11. of THE" DRAWING-ROOM MAGAZINE; or, Ladies' Book of Fancy

On the Ist of September. BC, will be Published, Part 11. of THE" DRAWING-ROOM MAGAZINE; or, Ladies' Book of Fancy

Needlework and Choice Literature. Drawing-room Magazine—This is a new publication devoting half its space to needlework, and the remaining portion to literature, and is the most elegant and by far the most attractive periodical of its class. It has engravings—executed by iirst-r
26 August 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England