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BUENOS AYRES PAPERS.

BUENOS AYRES PAPERS.

(From the British Packet) BUENOS AYRES. 16, 1833.—We forbear, in compliance with the exist,4„geeree, to offer any observations on political matters. We 'w however, with safety aver that the provi nce of Buenos hes enjoys 'the most perfect tranquility, and, what is more, it there
27 March 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DEBNNTURK STOCKS. lieslwar. I Paid. Cloning Stock Ed..P. , Dun.. sp. ct.' 100 tlO2 : Stock!GreatNorthern.4 D. C. 100 1

DEBNNTURK STOCKS. lieslwar. I Paid. Cloning Stock Ed..P. , Dun.. sp. ct.' 100 tlO2 : Stock!GreatNorthern.4 D. C. 100 1

9 79--• 94 I r Stock'bondon & N.W.,4p.c. 100 Stock. Norfolk, 4 per cilnt... 100 I 90 92 • • , .. IStockiNorth-Eastern, 4D. c.l 100 98 stockliV.sll.l.—olfuni4ipc. 100 -
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
KENT MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

KENT MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

A special meeting of the shareholders in this society was held to-day at the London Tavern, for the purpose of considering the propriety of dissolving the society. Mr. J. T. King, the chairman, presided, and called on the manager to read the legal notices to the shareholders, wh
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THE .TEHTS IN HUNGARY.

STATE OF THE .TEHTS IN HUNGARY.

General Klapka has addressed the following to the Paris journals:— "Paris, March 21. "Sir,—The reiterated and constant attacks that I find in the French press against the spirit of intolerance and exclusion exhibited by my countrymen towards their Jewish brethern, call for expla
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
1111 E BEST and CHEAPEST TEAS in ENGLAND are to be obtained of PHILLIPS and Co., Tea Merchants, 8, King

1111 E BEST and CHEAPEST TEAS in ENGLAND are to be obtained of PHILLIPS and Co., Tea Merchants, 8, King

William-street, City, London. Good strong useful Congou Tea, 2s. 6d., 2s. Bd., Is. 10d., 30., ant; 3s. 4d, Rich Souchong Teas, 38. Bd., 3s. 101., and 4s. Tea and Coffee, to the value of 405., sent carriage free to any railway station or market town in England. A Price Current fr
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL, Broad Sanctuary. —His Grace the Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND, K.O„ has consented to PRESIDE at a PUBLIC DINNER at

WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL, Broad Sanctuary. —His Grace the Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND, K.O„ has consented to PRESIDE at a PUBLIC DINNER at

WILLIS'S BOOMS, on WEDNESDNY, May 1, for the purpose of obtaining Funds sufficient for opening the Two Wards which have hitherto remained closed from want of funds, CHARLES J. F. RUSSELL, Chairman of the House Committee, Board Room, 26th March, 1861.
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CRYSTAL PALACE.-RESERVED SEATS, HALF-A-CROWN each, for GOOD FRIDAY, may be secured at the Crystal Palace, or at 2, Exeter Hall.

CRYSTAL PALACE.-RESERVED SEATS, HALF-A-CROWN each, for GOOD FRIDAY, may be secured at the Crystal Palace, or at 2, Exeter Hall.

On Friday they will be on sale in the South Transept.
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FAMILY MOURNING.—Messrs. JAY respectfully announce that the best Mourning may be had at their establishment. The stock of Family Mourning

FAMILY MOURNING.—Messrs. JAY respectfully announce that the best Mourning may be had at their establishment. The stock of Family Mourning

is the largest in Europe. Mourning Costume of every description is kept ready-made, and can be forwarded in town or country at a moment's notice. The most reasonable prices are charged, and the wear of every article guaranteed. LONDON GENERAL MOURNING WAREHOUSE, Regent-street, n
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DEATHS. ALLEN.— On the 23d inst., at her residence, Lewisham-hill, Kent, Maria, the lastsurvivivg tlanzlitea of the late William Allen,

DEATHS. ALLEN.— On the 23d inst., at her residence, Lewisham-hill, Kent, Maria, the lastsurvivivg tlanzlitea of the late William Allen,

Esq., of Blackheath, Kent, in the 713th year of her age. BAGUE.—On the 23d inst., at his residence. 19, Co'eshill-street, Eaton-square, Chorles Bague, Esq., deeply lamented and respected by all who knew him. GASTINEAU.—On tne 25th inst., in her 73d year, Mary, the beloved wife o
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Regently Published, in 8,0., price 155., „yea THE HISTORY o f th e COMMERCIAL 18574i8, with a Supplemental Section on

Regently Published, in 8,0., price 155., „yea THE HISTORY o f th e COMMERCIAL 18574i8, with a Supplemental Section on

the receil Exchange Panic of April a n d M a y, 1859 , B y D. MOBLEit Author of" Facts, Failures, and Frauds," &c. In this work may b e traced the progress and effects ef the financial and commercial crises which have occurred sin ce no memorable epoch 01 1825, the causes and at
28 March 1861 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England