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the LOS DON GAZETTE, Saturday, June‘29, DIVIORNDS. July 20, M. Tlarrijan, Kn< klrr.htirv, nnd T Tampion, (l-f it Wiiichrtter-jurrf, mrrohaiits—Dnlj

the LOS DON GAZETTE, Saturday, June‘29, DIVIORNDS. July 20, M. Tlarrijan, Kn< klrr.htirv, nnd T Tampion, (l-f it Wiiichrtter-jurrf, mrrohaiits—Dnlj

23, 11. \V;irncr a .id S. Self., Bristol, (tni|;i;i<‘n-July 20, W. Miller, Rve, Su.srx, draper—July 6, J. ami J. Kenniun, Nicltolus-lane. brokers—July 20, C. Andrrms, Uurtiliam, Knrx, bnicher —luly2C, I’. Mitrhinson. llateshrud, Durban), rupemaker —Au;. P, I'. Ke»is, (’.unbridip
June 30, 1816 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Monday, July 1. Mr. presented a petition from certain freemen of Rochester, against the return of Mr. Barnett; and complaining ot varions illegal acts dnring the said election.—Laid on the table, and to be considered within the first four days of next session. Mr. IVilbeiforct a
June 30, 1816 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
COHN KXCHANGE.

COHN KXCHANGE.

Monday, Jnljr I.—l here *«j a ioppli EtifK and Knilinli at an I*. •».2»- l' ; »urar few ii, mealing ..mule* without any redaction; lint tlir guierul Iradt 'lull. Hailrj l«. pci (juarter (liar. Ijit weilt Tick Bran* were tolerably tdentiini ln-ilay. were inrans ptrnf ifnl; a dul’
June 30, 1816 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
HOUSE AND LAND TO BE LET, BBASOKABLE. HE HOUSE conftisU of Threo Sitting Rooms, Kilrhrn, \Varh>housr, Dairy, Four Bed Ruudis

HOUSE AND LAND TO BE LET, BBASOKABLE. HE HOUSE conftisU of Threo Sitting Rooms, Kilrhrn, \Varh>housr, Dairy, Four Bed Ruudis

Two Semins' Konms, with a »rn (iardea.— AI'HKS of Rood ASS LAND. The House stands |>lc vanily in l.a’ie near the lietween Maidenhead nod Heading, about a quarter a mile from the For Prirc and Panienlars Inquire of Mr. Welton, Maidenhead; or Mr. Uenwell, Reidine: nod ser the Frem
June 30, 1816 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
POLITICS OF EUROPE. •Written exclusively for Bclfs Weekly Messenger, 'No. INSTITUTIONS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POOR. Though we were

POLITICS OF EUROPE. •Written exclusively for Bclfs Weekly Messenger, 'No. INSTITUTIONS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POOR. Though we were

the first almost of the Papers which warmly protested against the present practice of calling every thing before the bar the Legislature, and though rtiust repeat that this practice equally degrades the dignij/of the law, and insens bly, but very certainly, diminishes the slock
June 30, 1816 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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PRICES OF HAY AND S’

PRICES OF HAY AND S’

PRICES OF HAY AND Smithfield. James's. £ s £ s. s. £ s. a. £ a. Hay o a 10 Hay .... 10 a 10 Hay .... 4 4 & I 2 Clover .. 4 a 6 Clover... 0 a Clover ... 5 a g Straw.... 2 a Straw ... 2 2 a 211 Straw 2 4 a 2 PRICE OF 1I01»S New £ s. s. | Kent 4 10 7 7 Sussex 4 4 ii IN THE BOROrtHf.
June 30, 1816 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
The. Bill was ordered to lie reati a third time to-inoiruw.

The. Bill was ordered to lie reati a third time to-inoiruw.

The . Bill was ordered to lie reati a third time to-inoiruw. In a Committee on the Clergy Non-residence Exemption Bill, Gen. THOR NTON complained of the negligence of the Clergy in general: but particularly as to the performance of the church service. CHANCELLOR of the Emirs:muse
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR TIII: ENISVINU WEEK.

FOR TIII: ENISVINU WEEK.

WEEK. Monday-8y mu,t syttial at-are—Romeo and dulitt—Timour the 'Carer. Tu stty—Eduvuien—A Midurnmer'n Nit; edmaidly—The desdolts Wife—Love, I ..tw. and Thuriday—Th., A or Ideertnn-113r1,1nin's OW. Frilav—The Farnwe% and Magpie. Saturday—The Mna of the ViTorli. NEW THEATRE ROYAL,
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
The highest price of the best Wheaten Bread throughout the metropolis, is stated by the Bakers to be L;id. the Quartern Loaf.--Some Bakers sell the Quartern Loaf from one penny to three-penee lower.

The highest price of the best Wheaten Bread throughout the metropolis, is stated by the Bakers to be L;id. the Quartern Loaf.--Some Bakers sell the Quartern Loaf from one penny to three-penee lower.

The highest price of the best Wheaten Bread throughout the metropolis, is stated by the Bakers to be the Quartern Loaf.--Some Bakers sell the Quartern Loaf from one penny to three-penee lower. e. d. s. d. Peane • • 31 11 • - - • • ()lament • beer or Bite • •
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
AVLItAt.E PRICE Or CORN, rLk JUN England & Woks. Scotland. I

AVLItAt.E PRICE Or CORN, rLk JUN England & Woks. Scotland. I

PRICE CORN, rLk JUN England & Woks. Scotland. I I. d. .. d. Wheat • - Rye . . ♦1 10 - 0 Be;rey - -- 0 OU$ - CS - - 0 QUARTER, FUR WhEIC LP DING kngland & litottand. RVISRACE PRICE OP SVGAR, Computed from the Retort)* made in the Week ending June 26, is Sti. per cwt. excluthe of t
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England