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fcf=f^?XoNDON i'AVKiiN, i^ishopsgat^' ■11* ■ „„ i^sir-e aiid under the immed.-.,te Patrpnage of lj« Tef aJS, ie th? LORD MAYOR.^Mrs.

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HWt*Y t R* M H^ r esi'ertf..ny to infifrm the ?? Oertt**.! t, leave mo ' l , ?? ?? in general, that ?? Kfiinrf»! a, ™ ,^ oc,.e,0 c,. e , s'.nre Mr. HurlyY im»^siti<«Mß> K-,,far^ ?? ,!,'Veci-iii!> Uibo:. red. undrr pri'vajloov'bf a vet-*' ■_- nwi h:lvlll - ; .. „ .. mn - Family,
February 7, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Fror^the I.ONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 10.

Fror^the I.ONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 10.

£ . ** Forcign^>fficc, Feb. 10, 1t.16. His Royal Hi»hnes. tde Prince Rfgk.t has been pleased, in ibe name ?? oe. the behalf of his Majesty,, to nppoint James ?? 1.-0. to be his Majesty's Consul at New York. His Royal fligl.ness trie Fnivce Rkcfat lias also been p.easert, in tl.c
February 12, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

A letter from an Officer in the Madras Native Infantry, dated Camp at Akowlah, September 11, says : — " Colonel Do veto x marched on the 3d in. stant towards Poonah, with the horse artillery, gal- loper guns, light and left brigades of cavalry, the lighl infantry brigades, and t
February 22, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXTRAOitDINARY HIGH TIDE.

EXTRAOitDINARY HIGH TIDE.

There wa** an extraordinary high tide in the Ruinber, on Fri- day evening last, iv corfvequence of which the lower parts of Hull, on each side of the harbour, including all Hub-street, frn-m South to Noi iii End, v. ilh' the respective crossings to the interior, ihe Market-place
February 22, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS

DIVIDENDS

April 6. A. Laugher, Great Cliarlcs-strt-et, Hirmingliam, roiU liicrc.iant, .it twelve, at the Swan Tavern, liull-.itreet, Birmingham March 19. W.Jackson, Carlisle, fishmonger, .it twelve, lit the King* Alios Inn, Carlisle— Marcii 1?. F. Altler- son, Caldewgate, near Carlisle, d
February 22, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE TIJF.ATHE.

THE TIJF.ATHE.

THE TIJ F. ATHE. COVENt-GARDr.iV, The new afterpiece was la^t r.ight repeated, and with success corresponding with the expectations which it excited on its first represenlation. We have already described the plot in noticing the translation of the same piece which has been brough
February 3, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING POST.

THE MORNING POST.

February 10, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PiIICLS OF STOCKS, February 17.

PiIICLS OF STOCKS, February 17.

Ca_k Stock | iiidin I'nids 5 6 pm Navy .-per Cent. 90$| I Hank L. *nn. 15 13-15} I per Cent. 77| j Omnittm 18$ Jp_tr Cent. Hed. 62 Cl% 2 I Exchequer Hills 1 dis 4 pm I tier Cent. Cons. 62 GIJ *2 Conrils for 62$ 64 ._ljt- Imperial 3 per Cents | Slate Lottery Tickets SfeiL 3s. "*H
February 19, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, Feb. 3.

BRIGHTON, Feb. 3.

The Duke of Clarence, we regret to observe, was yesterday morning indisposed, and confined to the Palace Ihe whole of the day ; Dr. Tiernev was in attendance. His Ho)al Highness, however, was somewhat recovered this morning. The Marquis of Headfort, and the F.arl of Egre- mont,
February 5, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
tn th* tVMPhnt corner the sa d Wdham Mason, the Occupation if*** Coker, am) thence the -same direction-across tbe said

tn th* tVMPhnt corner the sa d Wdham Mason, the Occupation if*** Coker, am) thence the -same direction-across tbe said

c mon the fence on the eastern side thereof, (when it meets the next described road) which read is set out for the use and convenience all persons havinf lands adjoining thereto, and such othe.s are en titled te use the next described road. ligttb.—One other Private Road, beginn
February 17, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England