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Published: Friday 31 March 1826
Newspaper: Course of the Exchange
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1278 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

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Published: Friday 06 January 1832
Newspaper: Course of the Exchange
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3229 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

FOREIGN STOCKS. .... ea .... .... i .... .... .... tal 171 .... 117 tale; 4141 30181 .... SO6l 30141

... Cut Cubs, 6 per C0nt.. Cbiliau, 6 per Cent.. Ditto 3 per Coot. Danish. 3 pot Cent. 1813 Dutch per Cent. Esoboop 11 Civil Equador • • • • • • •• .• • • Grenada, I per Cent Ditto Deferred Greek 181443, 5 per Cant Mexican 3 per Cent. 1846 ...

Published: Friday 31 December 1847
Newspaper: Course of the Exchange
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1513 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Emma of momentous importance in the history of the world are crowding upon us thick and fast. The incidents of

... owing to the capricious and unreasonable conduct of its first leading in- I stint—the sovereign People Well, an American civil war is not the moat pleasant fact upon which we weld dwell. So far as a great part of Ulster ie concerned, it is about the ...

THE PROTESTANT WATCHMAN AND LURGAN GAZETTE

... difficulty. Of what use, he asks, is the sun in nature? And then he repli.s As the sun is to nature, so is the Pope to the civilized world. Witheut the Pope, society would have slavery for its basis, Nero for King, and Satan for God. With the Pope would ...

PLOUGHM A N WANTED

... In the first place we would ask how is Ireland, with any show of plausibility, to be regarded as an integral part of the United Kingdom. if her feelings and interests arc to be eternally sacrificed at the instigation of English monopolists? We hear an ...

liament, that I represent thousands, not only of Protestants but of Protestant dissenters, and I am happy to ..

... law which it is absolutely necessary, in order that civil and religious liberty should exist, should be abrogated. Now, have we a right to speak of civil and religious liberty F Yon know what civil and religious liberty is. Give it to a maim', and you ...

A dENTB

... into consideration tlie''depressiottof trade, consequent upon the commencemett . cl Civil Wir itl'inierica, 'and the of trade and commerce between thil and The United States, and to cfetiSe , ritefil immures as would tend to secure employnient for themselves ...

LURGAN QUARTER SESSIONS

... prisoner was convicted of stealing from the person, and sentenced to 6 months' imprisonment and hard labour. There were 204 civil bills entered, an unusually large number at this season of the year, but of these, a great many were settled before they came ...

mat re. made sup.. to bare m upo n n could Sabbath mestion pe men, o enjoy If the if

... and pr9serve society from rowdy excesses, after such an awful reaction of Civil War. But John Bull has taken advantage of the sudden suspension of the Irish Exodus, to the United States, and is throwing his colonial gates wide open to the emigrant class ...

VARIETIES

... VARIETIES A late German writer says that the people of the United States can blow up more steamboats, and chew snore tobacco than any other five nations in the world. A census collector says that all the ladies in his distriot are like the moon, which ...

What fools men are in their a dad-days! I should have thought that it was fate had thrown us together

... wetted his handker:hief, and laid it on her forehead, while the stewardess ran for her smelling-bottle. By the aid of their united exertions, in about five minutes the lady recovered, and looked about her as if just aroused from an unpleasant dream. Better ...