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I m WORCESTER ELECTION

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{*R»._ TUt ?? RBtIALD 01 ?? RD ?? " ' * J ir ] bit „ On the concision of Lord Deerhurst's „ | his being declared dulj elected (v Itich w* i,^"" j given), the appiausec ware vehement and ?? I Such an address is but ti.e happy prcc'ur,"."** 'll eloquence which we ardently Y*Jr.tr.
December 31, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TO PVBUCAXS. se. he Sylil Private 0 a 61/ i and Day, nf January, 1811. ABOUT three hundred lends Nottingham*

TO PVBUCAXS. se. he Sylil Private 0 a 61/ i and Day, nf January, 1811. ABOUT three hundred lends Nottingham*

•bit* MALT, very tin* quality.—lt sill b* small lets 10 suit the pt» thsscr* It is now at the RorUlele Cana] Warehouse, Manchester; and f«r particulars, apply at the office belonging to •be UochUal* C4ii.il Company. —*> . Manufacturer! amt Others. SOLO AUCTION; W» Wood, tha P/ra
December 31, 1816 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sailed his Majesty’s cutter Swan, ern ejiward. Arri'ed his Majesty’s ship Promeihe 'uice. Came down limp Dept|nrn, his brig Supply

Sailed his Majesty’s cutter Swan, ern ejiward. Arri'ed his Majesty’s ship Promeihe 'uice. Came down limp Dept|nrn, his brig Supply

; also the Uiyrr, (be riis, liittli*, and Charles Grain, East India ships, and liina, and (he Lushing!on, East Lidia d Bengal. 16. —Sai|ed his Majesty’s Dromedary, r. Lnt back his Majesty’s culler Swan, from I. Arrived his M'jesly’s slpop Alettni, Mali bis Majesty’s schooner Gre
December 31, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE RIOTS

THE RIOTS

MANSTOK*Ho(t9E.~<Siiiurdaj VV. Gunnrll, the servant, oesm brought up, with heing active in tlie riots the Dpcciiiber. On tiis fonnrr eiaminatiun a swepp, named Woodridge, spoke nosidvely to his Imving seen him breaking the window* Mr. Beckwith wi'h inns set. j. Dvnan, wlio had s
December 31, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
JACK GRIDS’* INSOLVENCY. NOTICE. TACK GRIGGS, of the town and port of Dovor, • * in tlic C«unt> Kent, Baker,

JACK GRIDS’* INSOLVENCY. NOTICE. TACK GRIGGS, of the town and port of Dovor, • * in tlic C«unt> Kent, Baker,

Butcher, and keeper, having executed Aaaigiinient aiul Conveyance all his Ktute and Eft’cots to Trustees, for the general of hia Creditors— NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That th« said Trust Deed ready for execution the Creditors of the said Jack Griggs, and i» now lying the Office Mr.
December 31, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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"HEROD AND MARIANNE." AND MR. COATES.

"HEROD AND MARIANNE." AND MR. COATES.

After a tolerably profound, of some ihirtv lorty year», the repose the above amiable corrLK l»een disturbed by our Managers; but the rtvival is nit aus complimentary their taste. The chief altractio of the night was - IHrl CELEBRATED AMATEUR SHIrtV.- the end of the 2d Act. the c
December 31, 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
NOTICE DEpfORS and'creditors: ALL Persona who wore indebted toilie THOMAS WIDDEKS, Of Br.wnVb.ne, in it eoonty of Clies,e THOMAS -n.

NOTICE DEpfORS and'creditors: ALL Persona who wore indebted toilie THOMAS WIDDEKS, Of Br.wnVb.ne, in it eoonty of Clies,e THOMAS -n.

WIDDEKS, of in ft, Che.- decease,), are requested pay the of their respectite debts to Barnes, Chester or William of ComHerbacb ; persons who hare any demands against Mr. are desired send the particulars thereof as order that the same may be examined and Chester, 17tk December,
December 31, 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I>REIE\TFRAUD. Public ;«rc m«Ht «Tn«t|y requited, when chasing PAY and MARTIN'S Rtackiftg, that the Addre«s perfectly clear and correct, pnrticulaily

I>REIE\TFRAUD. Public ;«rc m«Ht «Tn«t|y requited, when chasing PAY and MARTIN'S Rtackiftg, that the Addre«s perfectly clear and correct, pnrticulaily

Number * uire ni#a,n *»pw»«»t their being •„np ,«r«l and vile composition instead ♦»/ the superior Qualities which hare tureti its universal live for many years. DAY AND MARTIN, High HoH>*rn. A** of Bankrupt awarded and i««u«<) foith against SAMUEL the »(( hestrr. Cabinet-maker,
December 31, 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A Fresh Supply.

A Fresh Supply.

The conniAt balm of arts ad mtr* wonderfully —lttre, will wif»- port the lif*- ihc aged In all inward decays low nin* of ninrit*. relaxation In either «ea, whether hereditary, owing youthful imprudvndea, this medicine will aflord die moat wondet ful relief. Ita well know* < long
December 31, 1816 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England