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BANK.

BANK.

EXTENSIVE FORGERIES ON THE NEWPORT WILLIAM FOSTER GEACH, THE CHARTIST ATTORNEY OF PONTYPOOL. Newport, July 22.: William Foster Geach, the son.in-law of John Frost, who, it will be remembered, conducted his defence upon his trial for high -treason, underwent an examination here y
25 July 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

h e, u , puke of Northumberland has presented the' (3 f in aid of the fund now raising for erecting a me• torial at the mouth of the River Tyne, in honour of the late d. at A , D uke of Northumberland joined the Duchess inwick on Saturday last, from Northumberland-house. Ossulst
21 November 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
PRESENT POLICY OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT.

PRESENT POLICY OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT.

The Journal des Debats has a very important article, proceeding, as it does, from the French Ministry. It begins by showing that the oppositinn prints have no reason to exult in the harshness of Lord Palmerston's note of the 2nd of November, ' for this note was addressed to M. T
21 November 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
HUDSON'S BAY FURS. TFIE Managers of the Hudson's Bay Fur Establishment, Argyll-rooms, Regent-street, inform the nobility and gentry of the

HUDSON'S BAY FURS. TFIE Managers of the Hudson's Bay Fur Establishment, Argyll-rooms, Regent-street, inform the nobility and gentry of the

county of Surrey that they have now on •ale an assortment of most valuable and elegant FURS at very reduced prices. Every novelty in ladies dress will he found made of the very best materials, and warranted free from moth and imperfection. A large stock of the fashionable fur co
21 November 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
CROYDON, SaTunoar, Nov. 14. Wheat (per qr) 61s 78s I Rye 40s 46, Barley .. 32s 40$ Hay (per load)

CROYDON, SaTunoar, Nov. 14. Wheat (per qr) 61s 78s I Rye 40s 46, Barley .. 32s 40$ Hay (per load)

.. ..100s 1151 Oats .. 23s 39s Straw do. .. 34s 40s Beans 42s 56, Clover .. ..110s 120 s Peas .. 40s 44s Tares (per bush) 14s 15s
21 November 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Sump Stadarb. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1340.

Sump Stadarb. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1340.

week has brought us no fresh intelligence of any importance from the East. The port of Alexandria continues in a state of virtual blockade, as no vessel of war is allowed to enter or leave it; no obstruction is, however, given to the ingress or egress of merchant vessels. Syria
03 October 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
110 Use.

110 Use.

Inspector Collier said that the town, in consequence of the approaching fair, infested with prostitute:, to the great annoyP:;ce of the %Tectable inhalt:tants, who were continually complaining of ttich disorderly t mduct, and had language. The bench committed the defendant for o
03 October 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
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1111t1PAIDFUL FIRE AT DEVONPORT. Past fo I' L °ll T TELEGRAPH OFFICE, SEPT. 25, 1840.—At halfof t i ais Morning an alarm was given to the superintendent °r sYard police, Lieutenant Williams, that the Talavera , ere o?-b a ttle ship, in the North Dock, was on fire. All hands tl Y
03 October 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
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03 October 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
DUBLIN, TUESDAY, September 29. The weather during the past week has been cold, boisterous. quently rainy, and harvest operations are

DUBLIN, TUESDAY, September 29. The weather during the past week has been cold, boisterous. quently rainy, and harvest operations are

much retarded. Our life/ however been well supplied with new grain, but the demand d 4 prices are well supported, and our quotations are fully as high 2 • s _, A l iog sennight. Selected samples of wheat are worth 34s to 375; fli to 335; and inferior 23s to 29s per 2801hs. Full
03 October 1840 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England