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December 6, 1817 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

The Boston-and Baltimore papers contain the American account « the glorious transactions at Washington, which presented the official details last week. Far from di-gui-i the extent of their disasters, the American. acknowledge fully every particular narrated in our and even the
October 7, 1814 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. Foreign-office., Alay 25- A Dispatch, of which is copy, been received by Viscount Castlereagh, Mai sty's Principal Secretary of State for affairs. front General Viscount Cathtart, K.T. his Majesty's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Co
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOUSE of COMMONS.

HOUSE of COMMONS.

T May 20. —0n the second reading of the Leather Repeal Bill, Mr. Vansitleirt said the tax complained of was not nearly so oppressive on the poor as many others now levied, and to repeal it would only throw much money into the hands of the leatherseller , who would very slow to d
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

* LONDON, THURSDAY, MAY 27. Paris papers to the loth instant arrived night.— The most important and lamentable intelligence they bring, the union of the Saxons With the French. The King Saxony has joined the Monster at Dresden has been received into Torgau; and Regnier has again
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRICES of STOCKS.

PRICES of STOCKS.

Thiirs. JFri. Sat. Mori. Tue. Wed. Bank Stock , (216 3 Per Cent. Red..! -WJ 58 1 Per Cent. C'otis.!s9i 59 Per' Cent. C0np.1724 j"2J i Per Cent. Navy jBB Omnium j ■' " Cons, for Acc ,59 We refer to our advertising columns for particulars of the ensuing Stamford, Peterborough, and
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant the county Lincoln. James Neve, Esq. to be Deputy Lieutenant. Stamford Regiment Lincolnshire Local

Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant the county Lincoln. James Neve, Esq. to be Deputy Lieutenant. Stamford Regiment Lincolnshire Local

Militia.— Peter Ashwell Burrell, and William Hopkinson, Esqrs. to be Captains; William Hardwick, and Joseph Bull, Gents, to be Lieutenants. Holland and Boston Regiment. —William David Carey, John Dawson, Edward Gee, Joseph'' _ekinson, and John 'l'ooley, Gents, to Lieutenants. Li
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Cambridge, May 24, 1813.

Cambridge, May 24, 1813.

he subject for the Seatonian Prize Poem this year is —the Death of Saul and Jonathan. . Waddington, inn. Esq. of Trinity college, is elected into one of the University Scholarships founded by the Rev. J. vies, D. D. The Rev. Mr. Jones, B. A. St. John's college, has rei e ' ved t
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

LIST of FA/RS, within the oj this Toper. Mon. May 31. Spilsby, Bingham. ue-d. June 2. Swine-head, Ri| pon. At fair Wednesday, in-calved heifers and meated beasts-sold high prices. Stores and nurses were not so dear at some late fairs At Deeping, the same day, wood sold high pric
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE

SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE

Dripping-street May Dispatches, which the following are extracts, were this day received from Gen. I.yon, dated Hamburgh, May 8. . " The advance the different corps the French Army the Elbe, rendered it necessary for the divisions of Gens. Durenberg, and Czernkheff, recross this
May 28, 1813 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England