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etowsLr »e understand the P«i»C£Sa. Wider. Tit? coHfuxinications are very frequent Carlton ami Houses, ** are sorry sfato that riotoijs

etowsLr »e understand the P«i»C£Sa. Wider. Tit? coHfuxinications are very frequent Carlton ami Houses, ** are sorry sfato that riotoijs

disposition in the West of England lias not, yet, entirely Accounts received in town today from Monitor! inform tiv, that great consternu-, again prevailed in that neighbourhood, another House situated oD the Exeter road belonging ton farmer having been wilfully set on fire and
June 11, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WHEAT.

WHEAT.

Kent lied 60 —■ White* • 7® to Essex litd to. 8Q) - White.. B 6 to 90 Snff, Jit , Norfolk ••••••« to 7p V<rtkshi(«.63 to 73 liiittnln to £8 Scotch 7( to 80 frisli . to 44 OATI. Llneolnshire ?♦ tu Polands* •• Yorkshire - • •.. • to 88 - Polands •• • 87 to *9 - Pot a toe to ' DRAN
June 4, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
cbihlrtn ll.oj were aji Sint with l»cor milk drioK At o’clock thc\ began P tin; ciij, 'n»o>e of the nurseryi

cbihlrtn ll.oj were aji Sint with l»cor milk drioK At o’clock thc\ began P tin; ciij, 'n»o>e of the nurseryi

ere too young walk, were carried ms, which went first; they were rls divided into classes, And each gl if its teacher aud assistant, tl>c ted tiy two monitrcsscs, and the W lS rL ,. fl l •hoo! and Nursery. These were ■ys, who weio arranged in the same • paraded through the princ
June 11, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tuesday the Prince Regent held Court at Carlton The great and crying evil, f House, for the purpose of receiving

Tuesday the Prince Regent held Court at Carlton The great and crying evil, f House, for the purpose of receiving

Address from theUniver- had reason to complain, has Message from b - i siry of Oxfordf upon the marriage of the Princess Charlotte the Prince Regent, down to 1 with Prince Leopold. Itbeing oublicly known that the mem- Royal Highness was mo consider.-" bers were to walk in proces
June 3, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PRICE OF TALLOW.

PRICE OF TALLOW.

PRICE TALLOW. St. James’s Mar Hit Os Od Town Tallow 6d OOs Clare Market - - Os Od Yellow llussia Od Od "Whitechapel Market Id White ditto OOs Od —s Od per stone bib. Soap ditto - 51s Cd —-s Od Id Melting Stuff —s Od 43s Od - Id Ditto Itough —s Od i2ss Od Graves s Od 7s Od Good Dr
June 3, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Ik-d ditto (old) – – 2 18s Od to 3 Os Od Parley – – – • » 1 6s Od to 1 7s Od Oats – – – – – 1 2s Od to 1 4s 00 Beans – – – – – 1 10s Od to 1 12s Od

Ik-d ditto (old) – – 2 18s Od to 3 Os Od Parley – – – • » 1 6s Od to 1 7s Od Oats – – – – – 1 2s Od to 1 4s 00 Beans – – – – – 1 10s Od to 1 12s Od

Ik-d ditto (old) - - 18s to Parley - - • » 1 6s Od to 1 Od Oats - - - - - 1 2s Od to 1 00 Beans - - - - - 1 10s Od to 1 12s Od Pease per bushel) 1 16s to Os Od WESTERN MARKETS—TER QR. Wheat. Barley. I Oats, s. d. s. d. s. d. s. Is. d. s. d. 63 to U to (< 1 0 Salisbury -.2 0 to 58
June 3, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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June 3, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
It was observed by the late Lord Chesterfield, that a good set of Teeth, in either Sex, must add considerably

It was observed by the late Lord Chesterfield, that a good set of Teeth, in either Sex, must add considerably

to the prepossession formed in the mind on the first appearancethe justness of this remark must be obvious, on the slightest consideration. BUTI.ER’s VEGETABLE TOOTH POWDER, has long been patronised by the Xobility and Gentry, and decidedly preferred by them to every other Denti
June 10, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Newport (Isle of Wight) May 8, 1816. Military, naval, classical & commercial ACADEMY, in Newport, patronized by His Royal Highness

Newport (Isle of Wight) May 8, 1816. Military, naval, classical & commercial ACADEMY, in Newport, patronized by His Royal Highness

the Duke of Kent, at present conducted by Mons. Grenthe, will be opened Midsummer next by Mr. IRVING, Professor of the Classics, Mathematic;, &c. in the said Academy, TERMS ANNUM. Board and Tuition, including English taught grammatically. Elocution, Writing, Arithmetic, Merchant
June 10, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ILonooiL

ILonooiL

Letters have been received overland from Bombay the middle of February, which announce the arrival (here from Batavia Major-General Sir Miles Nightingale, and that be bad assumed the command of the Bombay Army, in pursuance of bis appointment. The Company’s ships Warren Hastings
June 28, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England