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I.QNDON..HONDA f, JANUARY 1

I.QNDON..HONDA f, JANUARY 1

I.QNDON. HONDA f, JANUARY 1 RETROSPECT OF THE PAST YEAR. We stand once more on the promontory of the year, but how different are our sensations ! Hitherto when we reached this situation, wherever we turned our sight, perils still to be surmounted encountered it, and exultation fo
January 1, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
KETS—PE* QR.

KETS—PE* QR.

Wheat. Barley, s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. 48 0 to 70 0 24 to 29 0 42 0 to 58 0 22 0 to 26 48 O to 64 0 25 0 to 29 48 0 0 to 0 to 25 0 to 10 to
January 1, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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On tolOr

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January 1, 1816 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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January 1, 1816 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

Ilie W",11'I'ON'S GE;NUlINE B tRITI'IM I II UNDIRX' I ?? o uthdisi lii ttt1~1-~.' b Misdicine tie rlle'rs'rtiitiicd iifr Il e;isinn II tiird to hre v I. iii uses I.iii itha I. - five reieNis, t ,In I irilrie se ?? ?? , i heir tlhe Coll, ol tile g~nttivii tucsicilrc t-.ili u~ital'
January 1, 1816 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
be a 'Montifiog tile M~ L Rl\. Cll K Ttii3 MOlttiiNG,l 2. dny, there, lie it Sol,etrui. Set vice pvrforrned

be a 'Montifiog tile M~ L Rl\. Cll K Ttii3 MOlttiiNG,l 2. dny, there, lie it Sol,etrui. Set vice pvrforrned

in every. France. in atonement for the crime rdihat'unhappy day, then shall be eret;ted in tl;e capital, in name, and at the expence of the French nal ion, a Statue of Lottis.7Vl. On the pedestal of which, the following wrath shall he engraved : once like a Louis XVI. Parts, Dr,
January 1, 1816 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ARTS AND SCIENCES.

ARTS AND SCIENCES.

A Miss Sophie, Gerinain has obtained the Ma-0)0064;11 Prize of the French Institute, for; an Essay on ri;iratious.on Elastic Surfaces. A \l, the Pricr , for it Theory on the Waves ; and We to observe, that an Scholar, Mr. Brewster, of nor Society, shared the Prize_ of Physiology
January 1, 1816 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Prices of Stocks. Bank 3 per cunt. 181(5. Stock. Omnium. Consols. Jan. 1. 14J preni. 8. 236 J 14J prom.

Prices of Stocks. Bank 3 per cunt. 181(5. Stock. Omnium. Consols. Jan. 1. 14J preni. 8. 236 J 14J prom.

60 15. 230 prem. prem. Prices of Oat, Pease, and Barley Meal, in Edinburgh Market, per peck. ~ Oatmeal. Pease and Barley Meal. Bolls. Price. Bolls. Price. Jan. 2. 365 14 lT"— 9. 12 28 lOj^- 16. 13} 27 104 — 23. U — Prices <\f Grain per quarter Com Exd ' I'*1'* London. 1816. Whea
January 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
44 Then bawl, (my soul the low deception spurns,) Brow Troggin, •wan anted all wove hj Burns. % 4 «

44 Then bawl, (my soul the low deception spurns,) Brow Troggin, •wan anted all wove hj Burns. % 4 «

So Sheffield cutler of inferior skill, Where craftless hands can't feed his bannock mill, " Assumes the mark, and stamps his blades to-boot, 4< With whittle-maker's name of more repute. « Such are the wounds your poet's name receives, 44 And such the foul affronts his spirit gri
January 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Report of curious Cases recently decide in the Court of Session.

Report of curious Cases recently decide in the Court of Session.

°" 1 Decisions published by Appointment the Faculty Advocates. u, Uess Dowager of Findlater and Seafield, AGAINST Alexander.Earl of Seafield, and Col. W. Grant, his Curator-at-Law. The late Earl of Findlater and Seafield was married Brussels, year 1776, to Christina Teresa the d
January 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland