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CHARLES HUNTER, I.aw Bookseller, lx•gs leave to acquaint iris Friends and gentlemen of the Profession, that in consequence of a di *AI it ion u t the l'artiteishi p of Reed and II mutter. it I last been wittnally agreed. that he should pay and receive the Debts due by to the lat
June 9, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
White Pease • (4sy Pease lieans . • Trls – PRICE OF BRIAR

White Pease • (4sy Pease lieans . • Trls – PRICE OF BRIAR

White Pease • (4sy Pease • Trls - PRICE OF BRIAR Vat• The highest prire of the hest Wheaten Bread thrnitzliout the metropolis. is stated try the Bakers to he I. the Qua' wits Loaf. - Some [takers sell the guartern Loaf teem one pettily to three p. nee loaer.
June 9, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 9, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL REGISTER. would be deluged with dangerous characters. Dangerous to whom Not to us, for amongst us they would

THE NATIONAL REGISTER. would be deluged with dangerous characters. Dangerous to whom Not to us, for amongst us they would

no longer find a single hand to clasp in friendship, a single sentiment to share in unison, and they are not backed by any Earthly power to support and give effect to any possible machination on their part.—" But to admit them," it is urged, " would be to display a total insensi
June 2, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
VIOLATION OF THE DE.III. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NATIONAL REGISTER. Stn,—FROM the tone of the letter signed J. W.

VIOLATION OF THE DE.III. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NATIONAL REGISTER. Stn,—FROM the tone of the letter signed J. W.

in vine l'aper of instant, professing to he a reply to the I ti i.l presionsly addressed to you. on the subject of the Viola. iion of the 1)eall, i the writer is of the ; anti front the flippant aid Milts nil kind of le, in which he deigns to notice :trettments, would stein to p
June 24, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 

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THE JUNE 21 . Me LONDON G.4ZETTE, Tuesday, Jane IS. 11. WrcuE, of New Heroin. Wilts, wine-merchant, Jule i, 6,

THE JUNE 21 . Me LONDON G.4ZETTE, Tuesday, Jane IS. 11. WrcuE, of New Heroin. Wilts, wine-merchant, Jule i, 6,

Aug. LUNUUN • 3, at the ruble. Routes, New Sarum. Au. Mr. Flinty, Essex-court. —owe- - J. Bee:NET, of Manche:ter. woollen toil-manufacturer, July 13, '2O, - Croulayfire. June IR. Ang. 7, at the Dog, Manchester. Att. Mr. Ellis, Chancery lane. zh from New Mromats to serve in P. TY
June 24, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1816.

MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1816.

wilful and painful passion, that died not for his own sin, but for our gc:.at sins ; and to have mind on the dreadful day of dome, and on the Imdless bliss in Heaven to good men ; and on the endless strong pains in Hell to wicked men that wolle never amend theii life. Also thou
June 17, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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Ron' rsTen rt.rctioN.--This contest closed, we understand, by at live o'clock on 'flitirsdsy afternoon ; when 3lr. Mullett won by two votes.--At a tower before five Mr. Barnett was three a head ; at fit e the numbers were-3arnett 408, Thomiison, 40G. On laturilly last two frigat
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

FR'..)Nt MOORE'S SACRED MELODIES. This world is all a fleeting show, For man's illusion given The smiles of Joy, the tears of Woe, I)..eeitful shine, deceitful flow,— 'lliere's nothing true but Heaven! Awl false the light on glory plume, .A 4 fading Imes of E% ; And Love and Hop
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
TIM NATIONAL REGIRTER.

TIM NATIONAL REGIRTER.

ALARMING FIRE. Thursday T. Condly and T. Dixon Were charged at the Mansion House, on suspicion of baving set fire to the preini , ,-s of Mr. Dunkin, tallow•chandler, in Aldersgate-street, on Wednesday when the who!e of the dwelling, furniture, &e. were destroyed, together with t
June 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England