Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 4,422,974 articles

THE FUNDS AND MONEY MARKET.

TIUN E LNDS AND_ M01K5V 31AIMMEKT. There was great quiet, bordering on stagnation, in tue early part of the week in the Money-Market, owing to the great ef- forts which were made last week to meet the immense Dumberof Bills due on Satiuday. Most of the large bills due on that day
19 March 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

THE PAIRLIAMENT.

rTHE PAIRL-,IAM''NT. [lOUiSE OF, LOr,6i,, MARCcsr, 1,3. Their LonstrIrs "let irt tire ittati hour1, ourd a great rnumber of retitionis were presen.,ted in favour of, anld againost the continuance of CHURCH-RATES. - The B3ishop of B3,AT1 anJ WEJ.LS ;,resented petitions fr olr Newv
19 March 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

LOVE AND ROMANTIC SUICIDE.

LOVE AND ROMANTIC SUICDE. Unt Uw inl ?? iau menmanic cases or suiesue wnmcn ever occurred in Dublin was on Saturday investigated by a Coroner's Jury. The circumstances which led to the appal- ling event, and the age, character, and respectability of the victim, gave it all the pa
19 March 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

TATTER5AL s, THURSDAY.-The first bets made about the two Derby favourites were 350 to 50 agat Jereed, and 1,000 to 100 agst Brother to Bay Middleton; nothing was done afterwards about Lord Jersey's colt, but 13 to 2 was taken two or three times about Jereed, and several offers m
19 March 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

LOSS OF THE STIRLING CASTLE, AND SUFFERINGS OF THE CREW AMONG SAVAGES.

LOSS OF THE STIRLING CASTLE, AND 8UFFER- INGS OF THE CjtEW AMONG SAVAGES. TMe arjiyf(t the James, from Sydney, New South Wales; it Liverpool, on Saturday, brings the particu- .la'o.f the shipwreck of this )ong-missed vessel. She balled from New South Wales early in May, last year
19 March 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

PRIVATE AND JOINT-STOCK BANKS.

:,..PPWAm - ? M?:] AKIDI*Dlt0-S*1'0. 6Nki: An nwit d 14e1 g Z 3 WOOD. ),nEql ,ttk Wiis .de:<v}Ithx.i~wthio 4Say thryi ?? ofb$ tZI]> Hto},Bg l4tsvt~eg lto heequwtefiue*iipet ?? ',f~eg ?? ?? w Aha tba'g ~tth b~~or t d zetn h t~e r. $tDuk e l W~I~~ngt~ ~idAi ' ;,s~ tait~ipdernp$u i.
13 February 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

BURY MEETING TO PETITION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE NEW POOR-LAW ACT.

BURY MEETiNG TO pETITION FOB.THE REPEAL .s . I ~,OF THE NEW POOR-LAW At I t. -- - L -1-1 - On Monday se'nnigt. a Meeting, was held in the Session Room of the Old Hare and Hounds Inn, to petition Pqrliament for the Repeal of the NewPoor- law. None of the town's officers being pres
13 February 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

PUBLIC MEETING OF THE LAMBETH RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

PUBLIC MEETING OF T.H LAMBTH RALD1A 4 ASSOCIATION.: ?? - ' On Wednesday evening this Associatiou held a NPi Meeting, in the large and spacious room of t*ie tanter*,y Arms-Tavern, Marsh-gate, Lamnbeth, t eight Q w On MIr. Hildebrand was called to the Chair. He opjnei tie busines.
13 February 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

THE MARKETS.

?? Xt0Eps. TilE JAND iN'W RIoLESiLE MERCAiNTILE t4ARKHiTS. 'Iiese Markets have been 'more depiessed genrcally thir vweek than ever Some great failures, both in. Twdn and Country, have again occirted; and sent a deeper gloou' over most brancbes of business, and vesy dark forebodin
13 February 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England
 

IMPORTANT DISCUSSION ON THE INTRODUCTION OF POOR-LAWS FOR IRELAND.

IMPORTANT DISCUSSION ON tuS INTRODUCTIONI OF POOR .LkWS FOR*RELAND. l DU'BLTN} DNcamBsR, 23.-Shortly before the busi- ne'vs commenced yesterday, the Earl of .Miltown entered the room, and was received with enthiliastic applause. LELAND CROSTHWAITE, Esq., was caled to the chair. T
2 January 1837 - The Champion - London, London, England