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WILI MEET ...Mar. I, Friday, . .DunkVm’s Farm, Huicutt. Monday, 4 Hill. Wednesday, ........ 6, Ili»fl.ip’s •Vo«d. Friday 8, Hill. Monday, 11, ..... Ti .dt aley Wood. Wednesday, 13 Mmikwoml ‘irt'cn. Friday 15, The I'inhitl lI4LF-I*\ST TEV o’clock each .non.mg.
February 29, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Saturday's Post continued.

Saturday's Post continued.

Private letters from Jamaica, written by eye wit. nesses, furnish us with ample details respecting the fall of Carlhagena. It turns out that the city had received no provisions, and that, at last, hundreds of the inhabitants daily perished from hunger. 1,700 persons, in 13 vesse
February 29, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SUFFOLK LOCAL MILITIA arisen in the quota required by an Act passed "n the 5-d year of the reign of

SUFFOLK LOCAL MILITIA arisen in the quota required by an Act passed "n the 5-d year of the reign of

his present Majesty, AntUu led « An Act for amending the Laws relating^ the Local Mi- hav ?? edll^'v ° t That they H J idre< s Pari h 6 Num . b " J s> f Men to serve for the said Hundreds, 1 anshes, and Places, according to the List hereunder written, viz. B Bury St. Mary . 2.7
February 21, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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"jftile „t t!, e | {cv Wm I{u|l of tlljs Writer uf -Mr. \\ 00 .1, of Jlulluighoo, L, h f Lobklkwi, ;„ i,i s 48 m year, J. j wt ''"> I'"" lus servant" have lost ii krf^ . • P** * constant friend. 11 »*">«, John Kent, Esq. ?? ?? " Mu,,, - I:n^'" of Yarmouth.— Also * >: " U„rv' Bjr
February 14, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Friday next, the February* 1310, WILL SOLD IIV AUCTION, W. HIGGS. the Kaven Public-In'Ofa .on the Road, two mile* from

Friday next, the February* 1310, WILL SOLD IIV AUCTION, W. HIGGS. the Kaven Public-In'Ofa .on the Road, two mile* from

the city VV or ; 10 \ assortment of useful II C' USCIT O L D T V FURNT I'UKF™ Caialofues may he had the Place Sale, and the Auctioneer, Edgar-sTeet, Worcester. The sale to commence st eleven o’clock. I'amiini* Slock, Implements of Husbandry, tn excellent preservation, and neat H
February 15, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TUBS DA POST, LONDON, MONDAY, WE have received (lie Paris Pao^-r hursday and Friday last. Aii*.. Headers must recollect that

TUBS DA POST, LONDON, MONDAY, WE have received (lie Paris Pao^-r hursday and Friday last. Aii*.. Headers must recollect that

vlihi Amnesty Hill, with its received llie royal assent, it was . ofTicialiy announced, that the list of jjrosecuiioth' j punishments for past politic.d ollenres, was u.-h Cor ever, in the this sacred now find that judicial proceedings have commenced against M ir-hal Massena. fl
February 15, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
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February 3, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY 3 1816.— 'Sir Robert Sfc, [134 tors. The rage of houest John against all that is not attached to

FEBRUARY 3 1816.— 'Sir Robert Sfc, [134 tors. The rage of houest John against all that is not attached to

the principle of di* vine right seems now to be unbounded. His language is: Our officers had no bu~ siness with the matter,- If the man was innocent, or guilty, was no business theirs. They had no right to inter* fere the concerns of a foreign go* “ vernment, or qfftion.” Now, t
February 3, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO THE Chancellor of the Exchequer. LETTER XLV. Monuments. —Distresses of the Country. —Flourishing trade.—‘lncome Tax. Howling Farmers. Mr. Huskisson.

TO THE Chancellor of the Exchequer. LETTER XLV. Monuments. —Distresses of the Country. —Flourishing trade.—‘lncome Tax. Howling Farmers. Mr. Huskisson.

London, 7 Feb. 1816^ Sir,-—Well, you have met! The wisdom of parliament” has been resorted to; and, now let us see what that, wisdom will be able to accomplish. In the proceedings of the sth inst. long and dowry harangues appear on the subject of the intended. Monuments to comme
February 10, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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& February believed, indeed, that if we could brought back the state we were in before the war began, and on one side were placed all the dangers and difficulties’ which had Undergone, and the expence which had incurred, and on the other the high station which we had attained, th
February 10, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England