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Madras Mat H. —lnteresting trial for mwrrfcr.— Tuesday mornins Sheppard, in his Majrsly’s NaTy, Dim pul the liar, charged murder

Madras Mat H. —lnteresting trial for mwrrfcr.— Tuesday mornins Sheppard, in his Majrsly’s NaTy, Dim pul the liar, charged murder

of O. Lamb, on the night Ihe Sslh nil. W. Bnthorn was Ihe first witness called. He deposed follows: he was ,1 gun stocker living great Paoharry, the north of Ihe Black Town ; had been acquainted with deceased since infancy of the witness. The deceased was Portuguese. the night o
January 1, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSEA

PORTSEA

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. VICAT,on Monday January the Ist, 1816, the Premises, No. 6, Hanover Street, taken under an Execution from the of Hants, ail the STOCK in TRADE of Mr. Wm. West, Brazier and Tinman: comprising, copper*boiiers, pots, tea-kettles, and sauce-pans; iron and
January 1, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
•OIVIDIAIM.

•OIVIDIAIM.

Jan I*. I*. C.. lo;t.iiK4iti-court-rnaJ. groeer —Jah Kate. J. A. W. Ilatt. Witney banker*—.lan |T. VorwfcK. honormer bant—Dec .'V. A. Char He. Uonr|tat e-ball brush n^kn—Jan M. .1. 11. mu. W. ami J. H. Millin.*. mn. I*44lwingt.*r, c >tn-Umbr*—Jan 16. A. Tirol. Ytori Room tsh re,
January 1, 1816 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
&alr. PACKS WOOf- I 0« P \('K.S lIANOVP.RTAH PACKS NOKTHUMHKKI.ANU W«M)L. I# PIPRS OUVK OH.. CIIKSTS I.AC I.AKtv SEAONS CAItTIIAOKNA

&alr. PACKS WOOf- I 0« P \('K.S lIANOVP.RTAH PACKS NOKTHUMHKKI.ANU W«M)L. I# PIPRS OUVK OH.. CIIKSTS I.AC I.AKtv SEAONS CAItTIIAOKNA

INDIGO. TONS FDsrrii\ 'CONS *l* A rt>» to Ukhard Ooultr,
January 1, 1816 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
01-O'UCliiitKnaißr;

01-O'UCliiitKnaißr;

be LET. -noli E, «illi ronvoiiicat oects, and about Six very jood LAND, pleasant situation, near the city of Gloucester; the whole rythe-Frec, within * Riv.£ Fence, anti will t.>r Gardener ; or mlfht at trifling expence be made comlortab»e residence. Twenty one Year*’ Lease willt
January 1, 1816 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
FLAyrf*ffpr?ifAin!

FLAyrf*ffpr?ifAin!

FLAyrf* f fpr?ifAin! * *r . \ 2.'>. i] j'hc V.il'cncii-uiHS li.ti frcniC •lis 'tJorcrr.Vui the nec.’ssary inAriyciiops deliver tlu?' ftKCVifs ItJ • howetvr, then' Jia-f arisen,. iirt'JdU, it htiie dii.'i.ijlty knuv, wli.it troupj Vlumld take i*ri s.it'ri it. Older* on thi* *ubj ’
January 1, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

Il ?? 4I- l I's Posts. LONIX)N, son.; vII FRIDAI',y DEC1LMBER 29 1815, Deotat -. - to ijiis E VERA the Paris Papers -were Iname of T received to the 24th inst. and this inorn- to Ti hog an5other Ndail arrived, bringing the ,,sl, ii Uniday and Monday last. TIheir cofl- "ei o. inpo
January 1, 1816 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WANOST}&OCH Uinta DRS ENFANS; OR, IN PION TO THE RECUEIL. This day was published, the Fif:h Edition, price 2s bound,

WANOST}&OCH Uinta DRS ENFANS; OR, IN PION TO THE RECUEIL. This day was published, the Fif:h Edition, price 2s bound,

LE LIVRE DES ENFANS, on SYLLABAIRE FRANCOIS; or, The Children's Book, ap.l French Spelling Book, to which have been added short tbe ' i bins, on Children ought to have some N,eio:is.; with the 'I ranslation of the most. difficult Words, in ; whole heing 311 Introduction to the R
January 1, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Anecdotes of the Duke of Wellington at the Buttle of Waterloo.

Anecdotes of the Duke of Wellington at the Buttle of Waterloo.

From " Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk." THE Duke of Wellington exposed his person with a freedom which, while the position of the armies, and the nature of the ground, rendered it inevitably necessary, made all around him tremble for that life on which was obvious that the fate
January 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Particulars respecting the Behaviour of Bonaparte befor and after his Abdication.

Particulars respecting the Behaviour of Bonaparte befor and after his Abdication.

ffrom fVilliams's present Stale France, Bvo. London 1815.) B onaparte arrived in Paris (June 21.) at three in the morning, and assembled his counsellors. It was deemed by him necessary to try some master-stroke, something great and imperial, which should counterbalance the disgr
January 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland