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At U.OVlfs COKKKK.nOt.'SM, COUN’JIII.I

At U.OVlfs COKKKK.nOt.'SM, COUN’JIII.I

On FHIDAV, the instant, Ttvonrcciscly, THE Ship EAItL ST. VINCKVC, «o8 tons ineasummmt, therenhouts, Hivcrbuik, tor tile lon. i.a-l r-.iuptiv's :n wliich has been employed; lastejied brcast-hoolc>, &c. coppcr-fa>tened, I wood copper; well t'ouuu stores, and nay he sem *o sea wit
March 19, 1816 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRIVATEICONTRACTS.

PRIVATEICONTRACTS.

THE Snow HOW EX A, foreign built, roea- surcs per register lAS 62-94- tons, square stern, w,Ui flush deck and half-deck ; she is coppered wood sheathine about 11 years old. sols fast, will shift without hnl.ast. and is a strong Vessel, of fair scantling; she has been raised, and
March 21, 1816 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Valuable books, stationery, &c. JOHN KING, THIS DAY, March 16, (THE EFFECTS OF A BANKHUPI) Removed for eonveniency ol Sale

Valuable books, stationery, &c. JOHN KING, THIS DAY, March 16, (THE EFFECTS OF A BANKHUPI) Removed for eonveniency ol Sale

to the Bear and Crown Inn, Ipswich, A Collection of valuable BOOKS, ol which the following arc u part:- Mo.—Clarendon’s Rebellion Lediard’s Naval jfistorj ; Millar’s Gardener’s Dictiona-j iillots»jn’H Works; Ben Johnson’s Works; Tristau’s Hisioiical Commentaries, with plates and
March 16, 1816 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
[Price Seven-pence, SALES AUCTION. % ROBERT GOODWIN, On Wednesday, the ‘27ih day of March instent. At the Compasses Inn, Holbrook,Sutfoik,

[Price Seven-pence, SALES AUCTION. % ROBERT GOODWIN, On Wednesday, the ‘27ih day of March instent. At the Compasses Inn, Holbrook,Sutfoik,

SOME Dead Farming Stock and some neat Household Furniture, and other Effects.— The Fanning Stock consists of good road waggons, 1 harvest scrave, half-load carts, turnip dhto.— The Household Furniture cousists I neat 4-post bedstead and hangings, featheibed, bolster, and pillows
March 16, 1816 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Freehold Tenements and Garden Ground^ BRANrHAM, SUFFOLK. Bxj ROBERT GOOD WIN, At the Crown Inn, Caltawade, in Brantham, at 5

Freehold Tenements and Garden Ground^ BRANrHAM, SUFFOLK. Bxj ROBERT GOOD WIN, At the Crown Inn, Caltawade, in Brantham, at 5

o’clock the afternoon Fiiday, the 291 h March, 181 G, Three or more Lots, Lot i. A Substantial brick and tiled Dwelling House, divided into tenement*, with a and garden to each, occupied by James Lloyd and John tenants at will. Lot 2. A Garden or Orchard, containing half an Acre
March 16, 1816 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
WM. WOOLLEN-DRAPER, . i AILOR, & HOSIER, TACKET-STRLET, IPSWICH, BEGS leave to liis Friends, and the Public, has now Sale

WM. WOOLLEN-DRAPER, . i AILOR, & HOSIER, TACKET-STRLET, IPSWICH, BEGS leave to liis Friends, and the Public, has now Sale

a very large and choice assortment of Superfine Cloths, Narrow ditto. Woollen and Cotton Cords, Velveteens, and every oilier article ni the above line, of most superior fabrics, for Ready Money, at very Reduced Prices. W. R. makes free to mention, that such of his friends can pu
March 16, 1816 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BURY ST. EDMUND’S

BURY ST. EDMUND’S

INSTRUCTION FOR YOUNG LAPIES, By MISS HAGUE, BOARD, French, English, Plain, and Ornamental Work, Forty Guineas per Annum. Day Boarders, Fifteen Guineas per Annum. Music taught Dr. Hague, and French a French Lady residing in the House.
March 16, 1816 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
makbiabe. , i,,.r;.nl"' 1 •' ■! the rßixcF. r '' “«1 *i»c t«ix wad catculafed on the highest value,which wap

makbiabe. , i,,.r;.nl"' 1 •' ■! the rßixcF. r '' “«1 *i»c t«ix wad catculafed on the highest value,which wap

considered as equal to an additiona Ithree percent. 1-ord HOLLAND agreed that t'.ie agricultural interest was reduced to state the greatest distress. That nnfortunatelv was proposition which one could deny. But the state commercial and manufacturing interests also was Such, tha
March 15, 1816 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
w jlo. 7»337. theatre royal, co- 0 -^ ' r "• ' aGIUNUSEmrnOW.fwtn the Compo- Authors anti modern. In mO

w jlo. 7»337. theatre royal, co- 0 -^ ' r "• ' aGIUNUSEmrnOW.fwtn the Compo- Authors anti modern. In mO

M ffre.u the will apne»r for Grand Bravnra. »ml Uuctto «« ““f* , Madame Marconi O Lord |?4|lperdol’ *> V / Ldun hcelia. 1 . (heing her.fint appear- M ,u Smith dUe b Ultiy Lord,* Mr. . . clll i e airs,“ and * .’ Haydn ♦J-’an.rLutit dar«i , ... r introduced ; uni s 1 Be‘ the Grand
March 21, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
dinary ten* adoptad fcf W* evening, he did not suppose they w.fuld object th * he should now propoee upon

dinary ten* adoptad fcf W* evening, he did not suppose they w.fuld object th * he should now propoee upon

th«t subject- . , the ~ y*r , , an account of the number of Clerks the AdnOrtlty, atU the rates of their saUrioe, during the yeat* ending and also of th« persons borne tlie establishment of the • mir*lty, who were removed, or who had retired, , spetifying the amount of the compe
March 21, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England