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RETROSPECT OF THE TRADE. 'll 3' the steimaships, Great Wegtern and British Queen, we litre letters from New York -

RETROSPECT OF THE TRADE. 'll 3' the steimaships, Great Wegtern and British Queen, we litre letters from New York -

of the Ist inst. The market had laeu toler a bly we ll su ppli e d w its' new wheat, and prices of this article had further given way, a - parcel of Virginia of fine quality Leers sold at 1. 25 per brishel. Of North Carolina no . ' 4l es for some days occurred. value of other de
16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
GUILDFORD.

GUILDFORD.

POLICE REPORT.—On Monday George Kertsey was charged before U. Waugh, Esq., with having ran over a little boy named John Davis, on Sunday last.—James Ansell stated, that on Sunday evening last he saw the prisoner riding furiously along the Merrow road, and that he seemed to be in
16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
IRISH REGISTRATION. -ADJOURNED DEBATE.

IRISH REGISTRATION. -ADJOURNED DEBATE.

The order of the day having been read for resiiming the adjourned debate on the Irish Registration Bill, Mr. Serjeant Cumin was ready to admit that the Reform Bill, as it existed at present in Ireland, and the laws relating to the registry in that country, were liable to great o
27 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
friends of constitutional government.

friends of constitutional government.

This is the severest and most mortifying defeat yet sustained bf Ministers. It is ome, too, that if carefully and vigorously' followed up, will do more towards the establishment 0 1 peace in Ireland, and the humbling of the faction bi which that country has been so long harassed
27 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT AND; BANKRUPT REGISTER.

INSOLVENT AND; BANKRUPT REGISTER.

(FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1840.) INSOLVENTS. Samuel Chappell. Lawrence-lane, Cheapside, butcher. William John Huetson, Tyson-place, Kingsland-road, pawnbroker, Robert Scanapton, Coventry, grocer. Simon Woods, Adelaide-place, King William. street, wine-merchant.
27 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
NEWBURY, THURSDAY, March 26. We still continue moderately supplied with wheat, which to-day met with a dull sale, at little

NEWBURY, THURSDAY, March 26. We still continue moderately supplied with wheat, which to-day met with a dull sale, at little

or no variation in price from last week, millers reluctantly paying the rates of last week. In barley we are rather short, yet we cannot note any alteration in price. Oats dull, but unaltered in value. In seeds a fair t.,xtent of business doin g . Red wheat, old. •• •• •• • . 82
27 March 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
GUILDFORD.

GUILDFORD.

ILLICIT SOM. MANUFACTORY.—On Friday, the 17th, Josiah Smith, landlord of the Wheatsheaf public-house in this town, and Edwin Harman, were examined before Charles Booker, Esq., one of the borough magistrates, on a charge of being concerned in the manufacturing of a large quantity
24 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
raises. A conversation then took pl ace on t hi s point, and it Was resolved that a committee of

raises. A conversation then took pl ace on t hi s point, and it Was resolved that a committee of

electors should be immediately app o inted to inquire into the cause of the defection, and to take measures to prevent any future attempt to deceive by false promises. It was also proposed and agreed to, that a Illonservative Association for the borough of Southwark should be im
24 January 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
GREAT YARMOUTH, Nov. 6.

GREAT YARMOUTH, Nov. 6.

We had a fair show of wheat to.day ; trade was dearer 2s per qr than this day week. Barley comes slowly still, and 2s to 3s advance was paid. Other grain in demand, at full rates. Flour 2s dearer. Wheat, white (per qr).. 76s to 78s Barley, distilling ......—s to _ s 69s— 71s Oat
08 November 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Bank Stock, 1791 60 3 per Cent. Red., 681 9/ 3 per Cent. Consols, 1 90 Consols for Acct. 90

Bank Stock, 1791 60 3 per Cent. Red., 681 9/ 3 per Cent. Consols, 1 90 Consols for Acct. 90

1 41 31 per Cent. Re duced, 97 6: New 31 per Cents., 981 71 8 India Stock, 250 1 FOREIGI Belgian 5 per Cents., Brazilian, 5 per Cents., 1639,73 Colombizui 6 per Cents., 182.1,301 Danish 3 per Cents., 731 Mexican 6 per Cents., 291 Portuguese 5 per Cents., New, 31: Portuguese 3 pe
08 November 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England