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THE FIRE INSURANCE OFFICES…

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CAUTION TO THE -PUBLIC.

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WORCESTER AND HEREFORD.

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ABERGAVENNY.

BRYNMAWR.,

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CRUMLIN.

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO CHATHAM.

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BRISTOL MARKET ROOM,

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BRISTOL MARKET ROOM, Angal, High-street, Nov. 29,1855. We had a small supply of wheat at our market to-day, which sold slowly at a decline of Is. to 2s. per qr. from last week's prices. Barley in limited demand, at Is. to 2a. Per (lr- ?fan.s' an^ Pcas as last quoted. The attendance in tne Market-room was very large; but, in consequence of farmers being determined not to yield to lower rates, the business was not so large. Among the principal transactions were 200 sacks of wheat, 170 sacks 6f flour, 2 tons ot bran, and about 70 qrs. of barley The following were the current rates â¢â WHEAT. BEANS. Old white, 84s to 88s per qr. English eld, 28s to 32 pr sk. » red'J?e SOs to t A » new' 24s t0 28s do. >"ew 7" do- Foreign old, none red, 76 to 82s do. new, do. Foreign white, none, PEAS. Malting, 4^» to 4/s per qr. FLOUR. GrriudinS>» ° 3 s do. English best seconds, 61s to Distilling, none 64s per sack r a onb; oi American, none. White feed, 29* to 32s pr qr Spanish, do. Black -'bs to 28s do. Barley meal, £ 11 10s to Irish white feed, none X12 10s per ton >t black â none Sharps, £ 8 to £ 8 10 do. Grurgeons, £ 6 10s to £ 7 do. Bran, jUG to £6 10s

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THE BLAEN AVON IRON AND COAL…

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THE WAR AND THE PRESS.