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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING IN7ELLIGENCE. NEWMARKlETr CRAVEN MEETINGT, Apnsir. |s 'ilr. Dundas's Original, heat.Mr. J. Perrena's Garns, 89t. 71b. each. Ii. Mt. noogs. h. ft.-6 and 7 to 4 On Garus. Produce Swveepstakes of 5ogs. each, o. tR. Untrie,1 mares or untried stallions allowed 9lh. both, slb.
April 19, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SALES B3Y AUICTION. p: Jf It t H ouseholid Furnitritrire, and i,eese of tlhe-Prenrillea, I ntanarcerplace, New Road.--By Messrs. IRf11 NS, onl the l'r-.iscs, THIS I)AY. at 72, F HE nII aid~ genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI- JL'1'U IuE, fine tonedi pisnorforte, books, table and tea china,
April 30, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS PAPERS.

In... Id PAiIS, APRIL 13-Amongst other chararleristic ir he traits which thi situation of Eorope affords at present, 'I of we must remark the great number of marriages about to al A take place between different Sovereign Houses. e. In unitingsthe Heiress of three Crowns to a Pri
April 18, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

P LIq1 fT1MUi9;it, D3ALS and LAT1I-WOoi ^OReSALE, at reduced Prices, a large Car-. F bf the very be4t qitailly, selectedino lhetcountry.y a Brliish DMgrebatt, and nowv landing at ?? Newqiaw's. Dock-yard, where It can reruain but a fimnld tjme.[377 Applk' to Mr. John PaNrkcr, bt t
April 4, 1816 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER, WEDNESDAY, April 17.

EXETER, WEDNESDAY, April 17.

EXE TER, WEDNESDAY, April 17. On the 9th instant the Rev. Christopher Birdwood, MU. A. was instituted to the Rectory of Bratton Clo- velly, in'tbe coilnty of'Devon, conferred on him by the Lord Bishop of Exeter, vacant by the death of the Rev. Thomas Ley. Tbe Rev. Mr. Smcdley has
April 18, 1816 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE Creditors who have proved their under a Commission Bankrupt awarded ami fi/- siied forth against WILLIAM HOLLOWAY, lat/of the

THE Creditors who have proved their under a Commission Bankrupt awarded ami fi/- siied forth against WILLIAM HOLLOWAY, lat/of the

parish of St. John in the county iff cester, Saddler* Dealer and Chapman, are desired to Assignee of the Estiite and F.ffects of the said Bankrupt, Tuesday, the 16tH day of April instant, eleven o’clock toe forenoon, the Office of Mr. George Hill, No. 48, Broad-street, Worcester
April 4, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
GREATER PRIZES, J Double the Number of Capitals, And Six T/towasd Tickets less than last Lottery. TBISM, begs leave to

GREATER PRIZES, J Double the Number of Capitals, And Six T/towasd Tickets less than last Lottery. TBISM, begs leave to

call the attention of the lahiibuants ot this place and its vicinity In tl»e>d»cme ib«* Lottery, winch will drawn •nc to commence on the 14th of MAY. IT CONTAINS Prizes of Thirty 'Thousand Powids! And other Capitals, all paid Money, and totally independent ot an> other future Lo
April 11, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Sjjcaire Boiial, Last Week but l>ne qf the Season. Easter Monday, April 15, win be rcpri-sentcil Lido’s celebrated Trastedvof GEORGE

Sjjcaire Boiial, Last Week but l>ne qf the Season. Easter Monday, April 15, win be rcpri-sentcil Lido’s celebrated Trastedvof GEORGE

BARNWELL. George Barnwell, Mr. BRUN who for the remauxier of the. S»*as<*n; Maria, Miss BKUNI’ON, who is also engaged fur the remainder of Ihe Season. After which will be revived, the Grand Homance, with appropriate Scenes, Dresses ami Decorations, entitled BLUE BEARD. tho cours
April 11, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WOODMAN, by Lop, at Steveoton, near Lurll.,w, will C'OVF.R, THIS SRASON, at Two Guinfas ami Half Marp; lipantifnl hay, five

WOODMAN, by Lop, at Steveoton, near Lurll.,w, will C'OVF.R, THIS SRASON, at Two Guinfas ami Half Marp; lipantifnl hay, five

years old, fifteen hands a half high, with treat hone ami power. / O It will he remembered most Sporting Gpiitlernyb, he won many times last year, carrying greater weight his age than any Horse on the turf. For particulars of his performances see Racing Calendar. ISIS. N. B. Gre
April 18, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Valuable Estate, WORCEST'ERaHIKK and HEKKFORDSniRK. TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY AUCTION, By W. H ANDY CO. At Beard's Hotel, Malvern,

Valuable Estate, WORCEST'ERaHIKK and HEKKFORDSniRK. TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY AUCTION, By W. H ANDY CO. At Beard's Hotel, Malvern,

Friday the 2(jlh day of April, 1816, at four o'clock precisely; Avery Desirable FARiVI, led tlie OLD COUN TRY, good Faun Moose, with barn, stables, hop kiln, and other coiiren oolhnildings, and 194*. 2a. lor. of Arahle, Meadow, 'Pasture, Orchard and Hop LAND, and with little cse
April 25, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England