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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

AT the -Custom House, Faversham, Kent, on THURSDAY, the 9th of May, 1816, at o’clock at noon, 877 i Gallon* Foreign Genera, fur Home Consump- tion 15l|‘Yards Thread Lace 18 Cambric Handkerchiefs Cotton ditto . 17$ Yard* Cambric . ' Jars West India Preserve* 3 Bottles Orange Siru
April 30, 1816 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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April 30, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
t-i OF A LLTTER ADDRESSED TO SAMUtL THOUSTON,

t-i OF A LLTTER ADDRESSED TO SAMUtL THOUSTON,

*•-«• GOVERNOR uF THE RUSSIA COMPANY. „ " St. Petersburgk, March 21 (April 2). the 1 V r , P jV reßce t0 1l "" letter I had the honour to write yog the Cm i" d } U> March i 1 hfg to mention for the information of H ot Z^ n ?? Assistants of the Russian Hody, that the Tarift" is c
April 30, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
JUNIUS'S LETTERS. An interesting new Work has just been published on the subject of the Letters of Junius, with view

JUNIUS'S LETTERS. An interesting new Work has just been published on the subject of the Letters of Junius, with view

to prove that the late Duke of Portland was the writer of these farfamed productions. The Author (who is-for the present anonymous) endeavonrs to shew that the leading feature in the mind of Junius was the treatment experienced by the Duke of Portland from Ministers in the busin
April 30, 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHA.W... MARK-I.ANE, MONDAY, AI'KIL 22. We had but a.hort supply of 10-d.,,, the market bri«k in advance quarter .iaee|i«. Muu.lhy. t.l l,uiilkiud. •" Uoilißg easels, per quarter dej«~ "ats w quarter higher, other articles of brain art steady at expected to Ue dearer. 3 '
April 30, 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EFFECT of the SAME SENTIMENTS CLOTHED IN VULGAR and POLITE LANGUAGE.

EFFECT of the SAME SENTIMENTS CLOTHED IN VULGAR and POLITE LANGUAGE.

The following i» genuine copy Letter from Su<an Col roan, servant, her luvrr, Tin mas I!, a seaman ou 00-rU the Marlborou/h man war; the «i»ellintr alon e.t. Dear Thomas, trouble you with these few lines, homing they will And you well, they leaves meat present. dear Tom, that wa
April 30, 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS PAPERS.

pARIS PAPERtS. CHAMBFIr OF PEE.A"S SiT'rrNw or A .tert, 2o. Th'le- Cih niber proreoded to the cootsi(teratinol of the Report on thle Divorce law, it, which the Commoittee propose the alopti .n of the l'rojt wyith so0nie slitht clerical amendinieitIS. 'lrite King's aetst to ?? amc
April 30, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ARCHES COURT DOCTORS' COMMONS APRIL 29.

ARCHES COURT DOCTORS' COMMONS APRIL 29.

MRCHTES COURT. nOcTORS, COMil, TITO %PqA I 29. ¶lr'.ZllwtRE A ND T[lORTPF. AflAIN'ST 2il1D":?. DIIACkM()RIE AN ND TUOitR r.r; API 55r 1i 1"t 2. This wa rs ariodl prc teeillg pr .rlstlie I ii t ('irr - wardesns or the Parish of I artrirg, il the (iiu'ty nl' Sirs'cx. fly relsan ir
April 30, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WINDSOR, April 29.

WINDSOR, April 29.

Friday morning the Duke of Kent left the Castle for his seat at Castlebar Hill. The Earl of Winchelsea, Lord SoMEttviM.E and Jjord Ait- DEtf left for Loudon. The same morning his S. 11. the Prince f>f Saxe Couij'Ru went to vi^it his intended consort at her residence ;«t Ciunbour
April 30, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
JRIb'H ESTABLISHMENT CLtJB.

JRIb'H ESTABLISHMENT CLtJB.

I Yesterday this oid Institution held their third I Meeting this season, at the British Coffee House. I Cockspur-street, when his Royal Highness the Duke lof Kent presided. The Meetiug was numerously {attended, and the fourth Meeting was fixed for that [day fortnight, when Sir G
April 30, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England