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patters. British Iron ..1001. . Bristol Ship Canal Brit. Rock & Pat Salt .. 501. Irish Provincialßank . .1001. Aaitrian Cetitf.. Braiiliin Boodfi, BriziHan Scrip, p«. Ditto Ditto'lB2s; 3J4w- JBu*qps Ayre* Bomis, <JOi CUtian per Cents, ’• ('(Actr.bmr per Cents, Sii tltto Ditto (18
August 1, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, July 31.

BRIGHTON, July 31.

LAST DAY OK THE RACES-ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF THE DUKE YORK AT THE THEATRE. The Briehton races ended yesterday, and seldom believe have they had to boast of a more numerous and fashionable attendance than during the two preceding days. Yesterday there were not many persons on
August 1, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
sttiu r tree »i;rnl real Kelt Siatlio>f >f the bour-

sttiu r tree »i;rnl real Kelt Siatlio>f >f the bour-

June 22, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
•ht for- d been consi- ind thi» the an* obert ofcon* Haase. his'opiion, existics. ■en betid not his liut enemy

•ht for- d been consi- ind thi» the an* obert ofcon* Haase. his'opiion, existics. ■en betid not his liut enemy

in such * ere Wow m •**«* loueil
June 22, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
TRAVELLERS VS DISCOVERIES.

TRAVELLERS VS DISCOVERIES.

Much anxiety has for time prevailed respecting the fate Mr. Sectzen, celebrated for able researches the Dead Sea, and who has spent 16 years in traversing, with indefatigable zeal, Asia Minor, Palestine, Egypt and Arabia. Letters from Constantinople, dated Nov. 2, 1815, state, t
June 22, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Thera Ii part the policy of Great Britain which, at the present moment, is, intrinsically, of much domestic importance, or

Thera Ii part the policy of Great Britain which, at the present moment, is, intrinsically, of much domestic importance, or

is made the subject of so much observation abroad, that involved in the question, generally mis-called Catholic Emancipation. Whatever may be the fate of the Bill now progress, for giving that body the political power in these realms, which has been bo long, and, in our judgment
April 9, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
•after «V«ry other iojory without reftreM. their fonniaon is truly Jomcntable, co&ilriering them to men endowed with rtaion, they are

•after «V«ry other iojory without reftreM. their fonniaon is truly Jomcntable, co&ilriering them to men endowed with rtaion, they are

scarcely mure attended to than the nonet the dogs « any (fentieman’t etahie. And vet Mr. m that Mho poor slave tcftlo himself is(rc erally cofttent- PosMsem* aapot to which i commonly attached,, lookup to his Matter for support in health, care in «kkoeet, and atnl help m distres
December 22, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
No. 10,5t)8.] MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1825. [P»ic» 7d

No. 10,5t)8.] MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1825. [P»ic» 7d

the FREE anil INDEPENDENT ELECTORS of flio BOROUGH MALDON. flattering reception I experienced on Mcn„:V , ' y, ' * Tuesday, upon my first visit as Candidate to your an- B .‘ >r '> u Jf u . for Immediate and most , Be ~,' ' j u «"y estimate, nod most proudly feel, the unequivocal
October 3, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Ai! V K V1.1,A VI.I • I '• - . 11«, .. ii M

Ai! V K V1.1,A VI.I • I '• - . 11«, .. ii M

January 27, 1826 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
MONEY. —Noblemen, and Gentlemen of family connections, nre supplied with Loans, on Personal Security (in sums of not less than

MONEY. —Noblemen, and Gentlemen of family connections, nre supplied with Loans, on Personal Security (in sums of not less than

£001.), in the most honorable and confidential manner, so arranged to be returned when convenient.—Mr. WARD begs respectfully to announce, that all communications arc held per* fectly secret, and the utmost reliance may placed his integrity. —Letters (post paid) addressed to No.
October 3, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England