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POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

P OSTSCRIPT. uCy. Paris papcrs lcave been received to the ')4th. niid Tie ing eceived on the '23c. the addld escs cgftihe C, mbilwrz tilI of I'eers antil Depuiies, thanking him for his gracious cocncccitlc- lar- eatioc of the late Queect ot France's letter. In the sittings or tic
March 6, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN INITELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INITELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INITELLIGLENCE. t~~~t ?? v.f le ofllh state brieil y, tflilt thesy ?? p} I ?? 1 il' nnlt l'"W deplutiies, tile a:s, of, i.-fctiollo aild~ thei Illlodu(Tec vul (vwal, NN11V'IL' | i elill towtlitv, :(s LI tile c ase ol :Il}Er( orq bN ?? poliozl ls Oil Tw >ililr:tudy II),- 1
March 6, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To be SOLD by private Contract,

To be SOLD by private Contract,

To be SOLD private Contract, ALL that elegant DWELLING HOUSE, situate on Wearmouth Green, the residence and property of Cap. tain Boss, B. N. consisting of dioing.room, drawingrooms, with receding doors, which at pleasure an 17 fret each, or 34feet long, fitted up'with marble bhi
March 5, 1816 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOR BORDEAUX.

FOR BORDEAUX.

rpHE{roodship tIEBE, *l2 peipster A I, gSv J* nnssell, master. now loading for the above port. J " ' For freight or passage* apply the roaster on board said ship, lying at the low end of South Shields, or MATT. PLUMMER & Co Brokers. Newcastle, SOlh Feb. 1810.
March 5, 1816 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
cobbett’s weekly political register.

cobbett’s weekly political register.

Vol. XXX. No. 9.] LONDON, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1816. [Price ls.|d. 257 [258 TO THE pressiveness and of this tax you have been before informed. But, the sons why the Minister now wishes to retain it at 5 per centum ought to be little more fully explained than 1 have yet seen them e
March 2, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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259] Lkttkk 11. to the People of the United States of America*

259] Lkttkk 11. to the People of the United States of America*

259] 11. to the People of the United States America* too, for years, and that predictions were really, at last, going to be verified to the very letter ; when they found this, they took the alarm; which .alarm has produced the effect which we shall, more particularly notice* The
March 2, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
487J

487J

pEtmON THE HONOURABLE THE COMMONS THE United Kingdom Great Britain and Ireland, Parliament assembled. The humble Petition of the Nobility, Gentry, and other Freeholder! of the County of Northampton, Sheweth, —That this nation has, during a long series of years, been engaged war
March 2, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
LLOYD'S MARINE LIST—FEB. 27.

LLOYD'S MARINE LIST—FEB. 27.

LLOYD'S MARINE LIST-FEE. 2,-. The Winsdhiam, Nichols, from Bengal' to China, 'was lost on Brunswick Rock, 20th September.-Crew saved. The Mornrifgton, Dunlop, frons Bengal te Lonsdon,'ts burnt. In the Bay of. 3rgal. . The Susan, Reling, from Virginrsito Londoit, ran on shore,, on
March 2, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON NEWS CONTINUED.

LONDON NEWS CONTINUED.

1,ONDON NEWS CONTINUFD. The Dors, Captain Harper, and Niobe, Capt. Deacon, have sailed from Portsmonthb fbr the Rlver, to be paid off The Niob,e left Bermuda on the 19th ult. when the Akbar, Carron, Portia,, Arabi and Shelburne were lying there. Extract~of 'a.private letter from
March 2, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ON FRENCH POLITICS.

ON FRENCH POLITICS.

ON FREi]NC(I I( IC. TO Ti FT.ttOllR OF THE fMA:N:lNi'tti. | ?? V sinnati'tre inttt nec(:i stritv- 'r;Tnt t ^x~z: |tion xr ith Fr'mite. I sei-vudin ' *1'tll: armiet loatn;-T ithe KiltgS Wvill) ?? ag'ainst F!rn( ii 1trtv'it, iMV iv (t it Coittlly lb'ttlne in tfitti tU ?? ?? 'vten.
March 3, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England