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Extract of a Letter from London, Dec. %t * \ ] In the House of Loj'di»"tfhis- r dky (Monday) Lofd JjW/tTO/? ( gave nOtic^bFarhcftlSn, immediately after,! itne Yec'ess', toenquire jnto'tlie conduct of His Ma-, jesty 'slate ?? l " Bl6 ?? V n so lojtg withholding- the Tjlessings of
December 23, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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MARK-LANE, ; Monday, Dec, 2%, We had both pn. Wednesday and Friday last, and , again this mocnjng, a tpl^rably large supply of Wheat, and quite an abundant arri val of every other species of grain. The mealing trade the ' latter end of last week had been quite brisk, and rather
December 23, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
ADVER TISEMENTS taken mby W.TAYLER, Warwick-Court, St. Paul's; T. HURST, Paternoster-Row ; P. KIRKMAN, Bunhill-Row, London; {where, and at Pe

ADVER TISEMENTS taken mby W.TAYLER, Warwick-Court, St. Paul's; T. HURST, Paternoster-Row ; P. KIRKMAN, Bunhill-Row, London; {where, and at Pe

e ie<* ».i„, nu „. . ?? v Atticourgk* W. Parfon j- botcfdah, J. Dobfon Cambridge, J. Deightoo Difs, J. Livock Halefworth, H. Kncvett Ipftoicb,^. Goodcbild Lynn, And FW '""""i C^P^^*-houf es , ?? are kept) and the following Cou^Ry /cTc^Hbrth & Wales Brocdtjh, W. Jolly Co/cA^cr, W
December 23, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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The Counsell it of State Real was introduced, to present, in the name of the Government, plan of law relative to the penalty of death. The first of the alls of the National Convention, he said, was to alsolish royalty ; the last, to abo. lish the penally of death; but the circum
December 22, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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December 22, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 

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then turned with placid countenance, observe), t'nat felt his heart unusually light; prayr.' rvently to God shower blessings those persons

then turned with placid countenance, observe), t'nat felt his heart unusually light; prayr.' rvently to God shower blessings those persons

whose mstruftions : ad canttihutrd to bring him to a sense hts siiua ton. and, mteriv.g the Publican's escalation, s'.bniitted to :hc c.niei.ce of tbc law. One the Judges Api-eal at in France, a" n Government thu Tiibunal, at tl-e si'- ting oi ill Council S:arc held ill.* inrt.*
December 23, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On last, Mr. V’illUm I.ervis, of Tavl«„,L strict, Selma Fcrcv, Queen's squatc. ** *)n Saturday hit, Cr.iv ford, Mr BI k.u« « s*ujp Miss Walter, (hu*htcr ttie R.* Philip Walter, K. Cray told. . Kev. At Dart for J, George Carriclt, Hsq. Miss Cmv latpl» ul Astl«r» Amplmhcatrc. ray
December 23, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
INCOME TAX.

INCOME TAX.

To the PRINTF.iI tlie KENTISH CHRONICLE. Among the many pleasing speculations of the day, —> In consequence of returning peace, is the general hope - wish to relieved from the burden of the Income inconslsl Sll ri»|ilU*nsM natUfil leeluie;, that nothing but Mn'H iI'VVSP Is" Tiav
December 25, 1801 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO PLUMBERS AND GLAZIERS. To be §OLD by AUCTION n J LEITH, OnWEDNisDAY, December 30. 1801, between the hours A

TO PLUMBERS AND GLAZIERS. To be §OLD by AUCTION n J LEITH, OnWEDNisDAY, December 30. 1801, between the hours A

of si* and eight o’clock in the evening, the sign of the Golden-Lion, in Brompton, near Chatham, Kent. (Unless in the mean time disposed of by private contract, which notice will be given.) old e-itabfished Plumber and Glazier’s Shop, with large premises in the above tradc^eligi
December 25, 1801 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
was have taken possession of, will <;aite<l to the Austrian territory. daily the return of tin* messenger I.aforef, who was

was have taken possession of, will <;aite<l to the Austrian territory. daily the return of tin* messenger I.aforef, who was

sent Paris with dispatches relative the Grand Duke Tuscany, and the Deputation of the Empire. The time and place of their meeting will not be definitively fixed until arrives. **"** JJcrhri, JWov. 24. Our Ministry luivc transmitted very strong note to Count Stadion, relative to
December 22, 1801 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England