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EDINBURGH NEWS CONTINUED.

EDINBURGH NEWS CONTINUED.

EDINBURGHT NEWS CON14INUElM. The Landhol ?? of gupplpy,&.e of Aberdeenshire, have agreed to' petition both Houses of Parliament against the property tax. The previous question was moved, as an amend- ment, but was lost by a majority of 19 to nine. Thke county of Ayr has also agre
March 11, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PPIr.ITB CORRPONIDENCL..: London, TVlarcls 6. halfwpast. sev~en,. p. sM. T~ al ail Ci a. da is frontir Lisbon. There 1.t an - t, e, S hostsleprpsaro, botli at Listiltt and Rio.irr that ~wourld indicate nnie- tfiariiidablfe enterprizt, o.rb1ibly against thre initurgeits in Spanish
March 9, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the EDITOR of the MORNING CHRONICLE.

To the EDITOR of the MORNING CHRONICLE.

7o fl EDIrOlA u Ltee .tVlUlIiVJN, (.dRONIGLf.R I r , e ~ lt Being one of the deputation who wtaited upon tfie Mayor of Leiokeater with the requlisitio; " to call a Meeting of thie twox to-exprcsi a decided disapproba. " tiion at this time of thie renewal of WVar Taxes ;" I ai- cu
March 11, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WOHCKSTERSHIKE. 'l<> LET, And Entered upon at Ladi/ don next, AGentrel BRICK HOUSE; consisting of* drawing-room, feet by breakfast pailonr,

WOHCKSTERSHIKE. 'l<> LET, And Entered upon at Ladi/ don next, AGentrel BRICK HOUSE; consisting of* drawing-room, feet by breakfast pailonr,

13 12, kitchen, by 14, P* * try, and capital arched cellarins, M-ring redressing rooms, very convenient closets, water t *» &c. laundry, back kitchen, wiih hard and soft a:*, and every necessary convenienee; ooacli-bouse, for two or six horses, good tjarden, and abmit Acres of r
March 14, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
The following is the Letter of the Queen ol France lo Madame FluabeKi, and which was, by order he King,

The following is the Letter of the Queen ol France lo Madame FluabeKi, and which was, by order he King,

communicated to the Chamber ot Deputies:— Oel. In. half past in the morning. It is you, my sister, llial write lor the last iiue. 1 have just been Jemned, not to shaniclul death, for such only can be that of criminals, but lo join you- brother innocent like him, I hope lo shew t
March 14, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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JURY COURT—MARCH 12.

JURY COURT—MARCH 12.

YUR2- £OURT-MRCIl 1. ItYSLO1 V. STAIG. In thil CaSe, Willianijlyslop,. cnrn .nerchant at, and tenant of the Aour and barley mill ot Dumifiies, vas parsuer, and John Staig. Esq. Collector of Customs at Drufries,.was defender. The issue to be.tried by the Jury was t' whether, on Th
March 14, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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tWRITVE! ON' A aLANK LEAF 115 TDE " AIF' vLMELODI5." [TFrom" the Sentinel Dubftf Paper. 1. ERI7 ! his heart of truti At length is wbholly th ine; Albeit his careless youth Was spent 'mid ' smiles and Wine:' You wat'li'd his dawn of future fame, Tlrrotgh many a day of grief and s
March 10, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

LEEDS SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. T the First Quarterly Mleeting of the .A CO MMITTE1E of the LEEDS SUNDAY ScHOOL UNION, held on W1NE5DAY the 14th Feibruwty, 1816, it ase Rncolved, That it Appears to this Quartcrly Meeting highly dc- eirble, that thc Plan of thl Leeds Sunday School Unio
March 9, 1816 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FoKmeN CitJKtn.

FoKmeN CitJKtn.

For Bremen, America, Danker For Hamtnrg, Jane, Wood ; M-K'-n»ir; Ann & FJiaabeih. Sinclair. For JjfciitjM, Dolpliin.O'ierhlad. Fir Anlxverfl,Ouvt, Nixon.
March 12, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
KIAG’t BENCH PRISON.

KIAG’t BENCH PRISON.

Extract a Letter fro'c Mr. Sutton, (Printer the Nottingham Review,) dated King’s Bench, February loth, isir;. “On the Rule beiiur discharged, I was in a fcw minutes beckoned officer to quit the Court, who conducted to tlie Exchequer Coffee-House, which is adjoining the Hall, to
March 12, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England