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HULL. Classels ©n, Far PALERMO, MESSItfA and NAPLES; or, PALERMO, NAPLES MESSINA, The VIGILANT, JOHN SCHdI.ES, Matter, Copper sheathed. To

HULL. Classels ©n, Far PALERMO, MESSItfA and NAPLES; or, PALERMO, NAPLES MESSINA, The VIGILANT, JOHN SCHdI.ES, Matter, Copper sheathed. To

sail with the _ Goods that leave Lekds on Saturday the 6th of July. JOHN Jr SAMUEL BURSTALL. Hull, June 26th, 1816. For NEW YORK (D.rect), The very fine and newly-col’pefed Bri'tih Ship LATONA, But then Tor.;, WII.LIAM SMITH. Commander; Will sail early in July, and w ell fitted
July 2, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GRAND SURRY CANAL DOCKS, UOTHERHITHE. MERCHANTS and Importers of Wood Goods are respectfully informed, that, hv the .Minute of the

GRAND SURRY CANAL DOCKS, UOTHERHITHE. MERCHANTS and Importers of Wood Goods are respectfully informed, that, hv the .Minute of the

Lords of the Treasury of the 16th of April last, TIMBER, DEALS, STAVES, and all other Articles of WOOD, ARE PERMITTED TO BE BONDED WITHOUT PAYMENT DUTY, in those DOCKS, with all the advantages formerly afforded the Commercial Docks; and that BONDING YARDS, TIMBER PONDS, and SHED
July 16, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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Iladdczirtelyfi!d tft/ Wi-.)sfa '1i.c n/7ike Boad. TOLLS TO LET. OTCE isth tieiect-, thio thu, ?? .s N a|r1sil i b t the severl T'rr~t-(;ATi:s rot. t he l a said Ton p'lle Road, clrih-rtlit L.idd-lififld, ()ak- s I T~arle Si l Ir< d S nbieii i * tl tes. 16il be ?? b: .I t-r'-s to
July 27, 1816 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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.I'IiA NG reccived a Requisition signed 7iy RsIy ?? Genttenless and Yuoinlrtll, r'f st~t Countyqy OI -Jd, 70 coftCleet, a Aeeting of t/, (bimlsflinr th!e ?? oj taking iltto convidleariqU t& pre~eirt S'cte oj' the WOOL TRXDE */'tke tOnifttr, afldl Mit' proftiety offrantlig a Pelil
July 27, 1816 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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7'ke cttyer of P[IILo VERItTA3 Ias leOO reacedJ, 7ve couxider 1/se 71attel' WdIdteresti7an. to the ocacrtdiy ( owz Readlers, we (lecsr'e i ...rtiqg it. To PUBLICAN3.: MEETlAV of t/e PUBLIUANS ts re- ueote~l ?? (fs'dI y EVe'IdIsg 21eet, at Six o'clock, sif Il/e SU.v anmd CHIEQUERI
July 13, 1816 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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""•"■ •'■■"" , ON'O .KSa .1 k ?? «rf*riarle._i.o Htnr. Skorry. The Music by Mr. _ n v. S.-ent rv by Mr _nd-rew_ and Clint. Clown, C. W. Kee . . a.i>»'ii«hin* t'erformnace on the Tight, V- ( - n ' nl ' I J*- ?? .-«M T |»I{ODIOY. Clow., to the Hope, ?? °I Vi* vs.. ?? railed PHILIP
July 23, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE FALSE PREDICTION.

THE FALSE PREDICTION.

In Fiance as well as in this couutry, and generally throughout Europe, the prediction ofthe mad Italian Prophet, relative to the end ofthe world, had pro- duced groat dread in the minds of some — so that they neglected all business, and gave themselves up en- tirely fo desponden
July 23, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN EXPEDITION ].AGAINST ALGIERS.

SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN EXPEDITION ].AGAINST ALGIERS.

SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN EXPEDITION ] AGAINST ALGIERS. New York, June 20. — Lute from Algiers. — Last evening arrived at this port the United States cor- vette, John Adams, Captain Trfncjuaiu-, .from Al- giers, with Mr. Murray, bearer of dispatches for Government. 'J "he John Adams sa
July 23, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FASHION A 8 LE DEPARTURES.

FASHION A 8 LE DEPARTURES.

The Duke of Btircseu£ii aiid .ai_»ily,f__r their seal in Scotland; Sir William Kllioit, Ba: .. for his seat in Scotland; Hon. Mr, and Mr.. West, for C.irl, Ca-ite, Denbigh, North Wales; Lord Grenville, fro.:! Suva iv _L.fop.uore, near Beaconsfield ■; Lord an.l Lady Hampden, f;ir
July 23, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Cuoafoap'fl $ost.

Cuoafoap'fl $ost.

Paris papers of Wednesday and Thursday last arc received ; the only circumstance in them deserving recital is an account of another pira- tical state, that of Morocco, having fitted out a squadron to cruize against the Austrian, Russian, and Prussian shipping. This intelli- genc
July 31, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England