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THE FIRE INSURANCE OFFICES…

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CAUTION TO THE -PUBLIC.

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WORCESTER AND HEREFORD.

ABERDARE.

ABERGAVENNY.

BRYNMAWR.,

CAERLEON.

CRUMLIN.

XjIiANSAINTFHAED.

THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO CHATHAM.

ARMY IN THE EAST.I

TRADE REPORT.

BRISTOL MARKET ROOM,

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

SEWS BY TELEGRAPH .

- FRIDAY'S MARKETS.

EVENING EXPRESS.

MONEY MARKET AXD CITY INTELLIGENCE.

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MONEY MARKET AXD CITY INTELLIGENCE. THURSDAY EVENING. The English funds continue buoyant, and a further rise has been established of a quarter percent. Consols far money, which left off yesterday at 89 to J, were first quoted at 89 to J, at which they remaiue l unti I near the termination of business, when they went to 89^ to h. For the January account the last official price was 891 to f. and after regular hours, there was a tendency to increased firmness. The closing of speculative accounts by persons who have lately been operating on the adverse side, and who are now influenced by the pacific rumours in circula- tion on the Continent, was among the causes of the fresh, advance. Bank Stock left off at 208s to 210 Reduced, 88^ to | New Three per Cents., 88§ to ït; Long An- 4 :4 8 nuities, 3^ Annuities, 1885, 16|; India Stock, 224 to 227; India Bonds, 6s. to 2s. discount Exchequer-bonds, 98 and ExchequeJ-bills, 7s. to 3s. discount. In the Stock Exchange money continues in fair supply for loans on Government securities, at from 4r, to 5 per cent. At the Back of England the demand continues ac- tive, and the discount-market is without alteration. Foreign securities exhibited increased firmness, and quo- tations were well supported to the close.

THE BIBLE-BURNING CHARGE.

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MONMOUTHSHIRE RAILWAY AND…

THE BLAEN AVON IRON AND COAL…

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THE WAR AND THE PRESS.