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MAIiKKT HERALD.

MAIiKKT HERALD.

. MAttK-LANI-i, 'AIOaSDaY, Aloust 19. \t'e l,a. c .egxgir;rience,l -a brisk trade throughout Ihe pgst wgek, snd "n Fndav in ?? the" pricet frw. Wheat ad. ane-asl- full 2s p.-r qua. ter ; the fresl; .slippiy litis inoriiiui; appeared egorte teilbtig, and iir snpeiliue IV-sex Whit
August 24, 1816 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS, Sept. 11.

PRICE OF STOCKS, Sept. 11.

* n r k ' I hid. Bonds, 7 8 nr. * * Cent.93 Bills, 3,', ' e nt for Ac. b *+nt' a Imjierial per Ct. A „" "f' • Lottery Tickets, £13. 19s. 16th. As " *H . Sept. 11. ,l) '' bl Monday was disposed Hi'*'*" e ** "one sale this morning but such which there was a consider- '. v s a . ,>
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE AND CAMBRIDGE, Friday, Sept. 13. consequence of a requisition sent to the Worshipful the Mayor of Huntingdon,

THE CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE AND CAMBRIDGE, Friday, Sept. 13. consequence of a requisition sent to the Worshipful the Mayor of Huntingdon,

call the inhabitants together to consult their opinions as to the propriety of establishing a Saving Bank, for the benefit the industrious poor the borough, and such of the neighbouring towns and villages as choose to join them ; a meeting, for that purposp, took place last Tues
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

On Monday last a cricket match was played on Saffron Walden common, between eleven members of the Cambridge and eleven of the Bishop Stortford cricket clubs, which was won by the former by one hundred runs, one innings only on each side ; belting 10 to 1 the Cambridge, and in co
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
HEDFORD RACES, 1816.

HEDFORD RACES, 1816.

Wednesday, the 4th Septe.mbar. The Woburn stakes guineas each, seven subscribers, wiih guinea* added. MY. Turner*)! ch. f. Rivulet !\fr. Barford's b. f. Little Jane 2 Mr, Barker's gr. m. Flora 3 dr His Grace the Duke Bedford's Purse of £50. for three-year-old colts and fillies.
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
LYNN SHIP-NEWS.

LYNN SHIP-NEWS.

Arrived. Amicus, Clifton and Cleveland, Dann; with goods: Hope, with rapecakes: Harriet, Bonbon; with tile*: all from Hull. —Ann, Wright; from London, with goods.—Cornelia, Mitchell : from : Family, Zackerrason from Crokery : both with deals.—Mellon*, Alpha, Mams; both from Swan
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WISBECH SHIP-NEWS.

WISBECH SHIP-NEWS.

Enter Inwards.—Heckington, Granger; Seaflower, Bcatley; Success, Brown; Marys, Anderson; Weddal, Campton, Garner; Dover Excursion, Tiumouth Betsey and Mary,Baker; Resolution, Walker; Hope, Cass; Hope," Gordon ; and Rose, Robinson; from Sunderland: Lucy Pud Mary; from : all with
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
SINGULAR CHARACTER.

SINGULAR CHARACTER.

La-t Friday night died, in hi- 83th year, at hi? house in Belgrave-place, Pimlico, Mr. Thoma- Clark, one the most singular and well-known characters in the metropolis. He was the proprietor of Exeter' Change: and occupied with the sale of cutlery, turnery, Ac. about one half of
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, Sept. 9, 181& had (his morning h'.t a moderate supply of grain general, which combined with the very un"" state of the weather (incessant rain) an animation to the tr«ide, and produced corresponding ike in prices.—Fine Wheats were full per quarter dearer, and obta
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL AGENTS.

LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL AGENTS.

LIST THE PRINCIPAL AGENTS. d Advertisements, Articles of IntelliS e, ,|l<>»* , ders for this Paper, are received p ,5C Aleuts, and by the Primers every Newspaper in the Kingdom MBJlIDG ESITJR Wisbech, Mr. White. Ely, Mr. Upwell, Mr. Row ell. Newmarket, March, Mr. Smith. Linton, M
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England