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TO BE SOLD, IJ a HOUSF, west endof ABL3 (RlMBY PLACE, a B . S, consisting of Dhitw-rocrri, Or wing-room, bald. Bed rom Flco:s, Garrets, ?? to ,sik; .toreys, allfit- ted tip in the very best manner. t- Apply to Gibson, Christie, and Wardlaw, Nertb [St An- drew's Street. FARM IN EA
March 30, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE ROUND TABLE.

THE ROUND TABLE.

fell I EO p ROU NrT ) TAB 13 L It. No. 31. SUNDAY, ]MARCH 31, |RiS5, r av er. been reqrrire-d to gi-e proof or Mlr. ?? Aajit of ori- inality as a met:i;s liirnal r;it .mr -er, w!l of t he .laimo of I1lobihes to he corr-idrrt dis t Ie fuiirrder of the nlodtol s stem of the. plil.o
March 31, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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March 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TIIE BAZA Jii IN Hi. JAMEyS-STREKJ

TIIE BAZA Jii IN Hi. JAMEyS-STREKJ

TIIE BAZA Jii IN Hi . JAMEyS-STREKJ Q". ?? —-On Wednesday last the Inspectors of Haw- ker.' Licences, under the 30 Geo. 111. cap. 41, took more- ll. an _0 persons into custody, at the Bazaar, in St. James's-street, for trading without a licence, contrary to law, but discharged th
March 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
». S' W-*LKKR'S HA I.L AND SUPPER.

». S' W-*LKKR'S HA I.L AND SUPPER.

». S ' W -* L KKR'S HA I.L AND SUPPER. -virs. „ alkkr gave aw elegant -.ail at.d supper at her house in Portland-place on Wednesday even- ing. About 150 persons sat down, at one o'clock in the morning. The dancing consisted of yyaltzes and other figures, together with reels, &c l
March 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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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
 
JO US ASHBEE, Of Little Chart, in the County Kent, Paper Maker, one of the Collectors of Taxes, acting and

JO US ASHBEE, Of Little Chart, in the County Kent, Paper Maker, one of the Collectors of Taxes, acting and

for the said Parish, and to all others whom it may concern. NOTICE hereby given, that a Meeting of the Commissioners for executing the several Acts of Parliament relating to the Land Tax, Assessed Taxes, and Property ax, in the County of Kent, acting tor the West Division of the
March 29, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
of economy which went to break down those csta blisbments necessary for the safety of the Stale. The only principle

of economy which went to break down those csta blisbments necessary for the safety of the Stale. The only principle

upon which he was induced act, was, that in pursuing economy, Government should lake care not to commute the public interest. Mr. Tierney denied that any gloomy view ot the situation of the country had been taken. All that was recommended by himself and friends was economy, The
March 29, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England