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miS EVENING (Tuesday), Marek the SRtl.. 13IG. will hm performed (by particular desire) Winter's -celebrated Oritna- Scriotts Opera, entitled IL

miS EVENING (Tuesday), Marek the SRtl.. 13IG. will hm performed (by particular desire) Winter's -celebrated Oritna- Scriotts Opera, entitled IL

RA TTO 01 PROSERPINA. End of the nul a t, ?? fatrourtte Divertisemeot of i, LE.S PKTITS BR At. COM ERS. After llie Opera, tiie favourite Billet entitled, MARS LT _ AMOUR. THEATRE ROVAU ORURY-t.AVF,. This Evening, THE DUKE OF MI LAV. Ludouco Sfor/a, Mr. Kean; Marcel. a, Mrs. Hart
March 26, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

War-Office, March % 1816. As the Sd Battalion of the 1 4ll> Regiment bore a part in the memorable battle ol Waterloo, nnd on that ocension received iht* Pbivcb Regent's gracious permission to bear on its colours and appointments the word ** Waterloo," and as that Battalion has b
March 21, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

April tit. Thompenn, Bew court, Bow lane, Warehouseman, Guildhull 23. J. White, J. G. Cxsclirarioi and William Blunt, Fleet street, London, booksellers, at Guildhall It. John, Flan nab, and Jos, Swaine, Halifax. E. Swaiue, of the City of London. and Uradtiord, mercbuui*, at Whit
March 29, 1816 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
5 Some lime, the mouth of May at, unTra pre . tteeety caaiiatfj which case due notice v til eiveo

5 Some lime, the mouth of May at, unTra pre . tteeety caaiiatfj which case due notice v til eiveo

•or Tent.Uent Hit AM Ay, 'in- the sWan.e leiceater, sevrial closes rich meadow and peat nee land aitnatein Little Ashby aforesaid, con taming together titty-five acres tbereabaeta. f>rrvlvAtlat>r ant votfiat Ibtf apply MOB POTT, Solicitor, Lutier; SOLD BY 7w Mr. HOLLtEIt, On the
March 29, 1816 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
corroy jiahket.

corroy jiahket.

corroy Saturday, March 53. —The Cotton marke* has not been very hißk this Week, tlx* price, are rather higher. The sales are nearly «s foilow FernambitCcos 4d. ; ditto Vs. ; ox.ldl ng 5». fair ss. Id. ; *250 good’ ss. I and ss. sd. ; 136 iiiams ss. Id. 5«. 3gd. and Demeruras ss.
March 30, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TO BE PEREMPTORILY

TO BE PEREMPTORILY

TO PEREMPTORILY SOLD AUCTION, Under Deed Trust to sell, at the Arms Inn, Abbot?* Bromley, in the county of Stafford, an Tuesday the day Match, 1816, nl o’clock in the afternoon precisely 4 Substantial newly-built DWELLING-FIOITSE, with a convenient Tan-yard, Bark Mill, and sui'af
March 2, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
uiiel House, »on of William House, both laine-ki'OjU'rs uiuler Sir William Cla>tun, was cotiviclcd before Im-jkli Magistrates Saturday., at tireal

uiiel House, »on of William House, both laine-ki'OjU'rs uiuler Sir William Cla>tun, was cotiviclcd before Im-jkli Magistrates Saturday., at tireal

M trlow, Bucks, the olfer.ee selling snares to catch bares a preserve, of wbielt and his father i-e the custody, railed the Moor Wood, and was fined five pounds accordiayly. —By Ibis emivictiou it appears there are both poachers profession, and poachers dis•ruised under the name
March 2, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN.

BEAUTIFUL WOMEN.

greatest blemish ukautv superfluous hair, JL the Face, Neck, and Arms: HUBERT’S ROSEATE POWDER, immediately removes them, is an eleganl article, perfectly innocent and pleasant me, price 4s. or two in one parcel the base counterfeits—ihegttiniue signed (I. it. Hocabd, Hie outsid
March 2, 1816 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Jij Desire under the Fatronagt oj the UNITED J.ODGES the most ancient and honouraUe Fraternity TR AND ACCEPTED MASONS, Of

Jij Desire under the Fatronagt oj the UNITED J.ODGES the most ancient and honouraUe Fraternity TR AND ACCEPTED MASONS, Of

Portsmouth, and vicinity. FOll THE BENEFIT OF MR. aAMBROSK. ON Monday evening next, March 11, ISI6, will be performed the much admired play of LOVEii’S VOWS. The part of Amelia Wildenheim (for that night only) by Mrs. • Ambrose, being her first appearance on any stage. HORNPIPE,
March 11, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TO be SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, at Langdown, near Southampton, CATTLE, bred by a Gentleman from the true Alderney Stock, crossed

TO be SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, at Langdown, near Southampton, CATTLE, bred by a Gentleman from the true Alderney Stock, crossed

by the Devon A beautiful BULL, three years old. A COW and CALF, six years old. Two two years old HEIFERS (in calf) And two ditto, yearling?. Apply to Mr. Smith, Butcher, Hythe.
March 11, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England