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CROWN OFFICE—FEB. 24. 1816.

CROWN OFFICE—FEB. 24. 1816.

CROWN OFFICV-F4h . 18u6. aXIFKRL9 nv ,im te vefve in 1i #rseit AAI PIMEMBER returne tl fgeive in XIs prieeit PVARLIA U X Boroug1sf Wetley. t The Rijht Honoucable Frede ?? EentincksCOrn e monly 'salled Lord Frederick Ca'endisb 0ntfnckin l . s room of the Honourable Williahi Lennox
February 29, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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POSTSCRIPT.

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February 29, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Earl of Liverpool rose to move an address oil the communication of the Treaties. He adverted, in pointed and

The Earl of Liverpool rose to move an address oil the communication of the Treaties. He adverted, in pointed and

Ihe Furl (if LitertJnnl ToSC tO pitive all NddrVAS 0t6 tte cam"; I tina iid of tire 'Irrise. tie Hdverited .iii 1uiiltehi t1iid -u~cli 0. ?? ?? t Hi.letll § ra ir ?? elflqael it teearn oali caea.aae arid bleif n natli~aceis Ialawugla wh ilch, acia4o-t el 'its Wery vitset, the lat
February 29, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COURT OF COMMON [ill] FEB. 16.

COURT OF COMMON [ill] FEB. 16.

6-t'R1T OVt COMMO.1N PILEA8, FtB. 16. A .Itilit ) WiE f. 13;LI)WI\V ?? r. Serjeailt BThit. state4 teis :etion to.le.hpughit to recoveT a coin- Ipel1rjxjl: Iio &ufiages fir the. n4ijbmy, ?? thie ?? alid bis~ bite b ld suataioIud, iii coneequence of tte puL. lication tl sereial' cw
February 22, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE DERBYSHIRE MILITIA.

ARRIVAL OF THE DERBYSHIRE MILITIA.

I I , . . - V , . , . I ?t ?? v t 7 ?? " 0?, itp V, ?? , , -.1 tin y ?? wias exhlibited a more pleatiit and intereitiiig r .ctne :than we w itnl ssedi Jestcrdty onil the retutrn omtir -lnlt I) Qlilitito theiri ie y Partic'lai oidersim,; i e; 'bet n giten that tlie reginwirt siwni
February 22, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Tuesday's Post.

Tuesday's Post.

T't;e.&(Ys frost. ., X . -. is YIN~ONNIONDAV. JAN, , bui ra%'eiived tile Paris Vaptrr~ of Tit*4rsdy Wind 1Fridav and Mr bruce~, did Ivor caine on before tbe Cotift bl' Assize ~n Plmut'sdy rN wlts. expected: ,nor dto thle Pit. pers iffelixtsai that a'mv tiav is veto fixed. IIn til
February 1, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

N . iWANTEI), A. A'PPlR ENTICE to the Linen and Woollen ADrapery- B6.9iness in Decrby. .;A-pply to Josrrnl N issirr, Iron grlt% . ?? 1tn E 6 L 1)3 A N lxeellelit.& Substantially builtREMsrI.NCE, ! C with every, reqaisite Conveuience, fit for tie ?? of a Fanuilv f llespectatrility
February 1, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Common’s Debate.

Common’s Debate.

183] for a short time the attention of the House, because he felt himself placed in a peculiarly disadvantageous situation, from having follow the Honourable Baronet who had opened the debate, in a speech as remarkable for eloquence as for moderation, which had been terminated b
February 10, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

COURT OF JOfMmOv CoUNCIL. * 'esteray .PROPERTY TAX.' Yesterday a Court of Common Cot was -dnvenad for the purpose of taking into consi- deration the propriety of ?? 3tmetI r aainst the renewalo this tad. ' d ?? to entering on--ihis important ub5inesv, the City Remembrancer ifobrm
February 12, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Caledonian Mercury.

Caledonian Mercury.

(S~r:jm l~gmp.r£Xto, EDINBURGH, M ONADAT-F.EB RUARr 12. Paris papers, which have been received atoe 4th, contain some instructions from the Proca reur General as to the execution of the a lestj t act, by which all persons are to be set at liberty I against whom no sentence or pro
February 12, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland