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Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts

Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts

Wednesday's .4 TAursdtuj's Fopts Tuesday's London Gazette. s HrV 1IjS Gazette contains congratulatory f Addrresw stolerilovat Hioyal- ighn it PaI-Icc- r1 Clarlotte anied the Priince of Saxe Coluburg, rifn thjir martiage, frota Marborougb, Exeter, d& Briatol, Dublin, &c. n JohnIVi
July 1, 1816 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BROMSGROVE. WORCESTERSHIRETO SOU) BY lON, By W. HANDY & CO. orecitely three o’clock in the »fternoon, »u .ale then there

BROMSGROVE. WORCESTERSHIRETO SOU) BY lON, By W. HANDY & CO. orecitely three o’clock in the »fternoon, »u .ale then there

produced, A LL those TWO neat MESSUAGES or DWELUNO-HOUSKS, With o|«'> yards, large naw, oineery, »iid other oot-burtdings situate in the lhe aforesaid town of Bromsgro.c, the occupatioos’of Samuel Co*. Ha.r Dresser, and Dunklin, Fla* Dresser, the yearly nl 'l, of The B.emises ar
July 4, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

On Monday, al Cla'mcs, the llcv. Mr. Newport, Mr. Joseph Fiddtick, Draper, of Slourport, t» Miss Shuck, only daughter of Mr. Wm. Shuck, Darbourue Terrace, near this city. Mr, John Croose, Olocester, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Benjamin Walts, Highnaiu Courl, Glocestershi
July 25, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Hop Intelligence.

Hop Intelligence.

Worcester Hop-\forkcti July tlay pockets were weighed. material tariaiton prices. The plantation continues to look well. The growing of hops the county of Deron, which commenced only two yean since, has far exceeded expectation. 'I he climate and soil appear to well calculated f
July 11, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
LNo. / Now pnblishim'n.Monthly Parts, Numbers, Is. ea h, handsomely irn. and efinv'lli>i ed numerous supe# be Four Volume*, Robertsons

LNo. / Now pnblishim'n.Monthly Parts, Numbers, Is. ea h, handsomely irn. and efinv'lli>i ed numerous supe# be Four Volume*, Robertsons

history TIONS j or, New I’mivebsal | a copious and r* ct account c» and present Comlttioo of cvr World, (heir . Forms fcf (Jovernmenir Manners and Cush null Arts, Srcienres/ merce; together won (heir Geogra' Curiosities Nature and Art, and most illustrious Characters ill cnt my:
July 18, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday's Posts.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday's Posts.

NW,, ?tatttraav,. §DlllDaV.5 all.) 9.)0IMCIVIO poftoo E1 t L.X 1)N N GAZETTE, i (Of' gATUiU)AY, .7t! y ?? l ;. A.RIX.TON-HOt'StE. J ulv 5. tI dI v t h Prinit' Regent heold anl iive(it :- .31 t of lh Ordr roff tl Bath,. at wlhicli AdItiral Hi ;(miblt. a!in Lord Ex iouth ?? hlnvst!
July 11, 1816 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

Prr%~a~ c 'JPT. I - I I Ct, -ttiII7o I 'T 111'IRS'DAY's POST. Frin the LI?N-DON GAZETTE, Jtly 10. VYI1I'TEUALL, JUZtI 16, 1816. Y IS; 11oyal Nlilhnesq the Prince Regent has been t ] lieaeed. in l tie na me and oi, the behalf of His M; est . to order a Conige d'elire, to pass thle
July 18, 1816 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE, EXETER. HE PUBLIC is most respectfully informed Tr that this THEATRE wvill be Ol'EN in the ?? ASSIZE NUHEIC, AND THAT Miss S. BOOTH, From the Theatre Royal, Corvent Uarde7l, S E'NGAOEfD for FIVE NIGHTS; and will pe:form the most principal Characters, for wli'ch she has h
July 25, 1816 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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... .y ±r.*: „-.;^TQei_^.;. •;-■

?? .y ±r.* : ?? •;-■ Three per Cent. C0n5015 ?? 1if-S^ Ditto for Acc0wji . .. . . . ?? ?? 64f | Thr-?e per Cent, -Reduced:. ?? 6S" Four.per. ?? ?? 78|± ' Five per «eßts...^ir ?? «tt" Omnium ?? _; ?? ?? pr
July 13, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
■-* COMMERCIAL REPORT.

■-* COMMERCIAL REPORT.

. has experienced wry coßshtarablc disappointments, in the course of 4ast raoml^fcy the failure of several bouses, whose foreign intercourse ' has-been extensive; and the deficiency of remittan- ces from the United States of America, to -an unpre- cedented extent, presses with p
July 13, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England