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COURT AND FASHIONABLES.

COURT AND FASHIONABLES.

COURT A.ND FASSIIIONKBLES& GRANpD ENTERTAINNMENT AT CARLTON-IiCUSE. The following is from the CGoat Papers:- "' It havillg been the ?? for some time past of great numler, but particularly those connected with the higher ov- dTers, that the Prince Regpnt would do something to keep
July 21, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
SrRATFORD.PLA CE, OXFOR ERE P. 1% GENUINE, CHOICE, FIN &FLAVOURED WINES. By Mr. ROBINS, Oa the Premises, East Side of

SrRATFORD.PLA CE, OXFOR ERE P. 1% GENUINE, CHOICE, FIN &FLAVOURED WINES. By Mr. ROBINS, Oa the Premises, East Side of

Stratford Place, oo Tains, July 19, 1910, at 'twelve the Property of a Nobleman, THE CELLARS of CHOICE NINES, laid in for the Noble own se; and csiste of about THREE HUNDRED DOZEN of remarkably fine flavoured Old Port, East India Madeira, Old Hock, Hautervillier, and Celery Cham
July 17, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PAIGE SEVEN7PSNCR. when the plan was than at present. He conceived that if the Government were to provide school. rooms,

PAIGE SEVEN7PSNCR. when the plan was than at present. He conceived that if the Government were to provide school. rooms,

the current expenses might he defined ber. penny a week from each child. Such a grant would be so great an encotragement to the system, that the subscriptions would increase as well as the general zeal for superintendence which he consi , !ered very important. Mr. J. Meows, mast
July 16, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE 17TH 01' SEP ['EMBER, LOT EERY BEGINS DRAWING. T- BISH respectfully informs his but friends, the . Public, the

THE 17TH 01' SEP ['EMBER, LOT EERY BEGINS DRAWING. T- BISH respectfully informs his but friends, the . Public, the

STATE LOTTERY con.ists of only 14,0410 'Arts, yet contains wo Prizes of 240,000, Two set £30,00, amounting in all to £i:05,760, Stock and Money ; the are to be equal rash slay, therefore an early purchase is to these who intend to adventure, as by this improved aiede Capitals ar
July 19, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

XOlll,- - tMEN, Gentlemen, &c. are respectfully 11 N informed. that they may be soppl.ed with Money any an terms equal to mortgage, secured on CreehulJ, My hold, Lease Li Land, or Humes, Money r in the Funds, Marriage Settlements, Widows Jointures, Clergymen Livings, or any othe
July 19, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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PETERSBCRGH, JUNE 19.

PETERSBCRGH, JUNE 19.

The departure of the Prince Princess of Orange is fixed for the '22d inst. The weather retn,itkably warm and dry, evrry thing in fall bh:ssom ; e temper:mire is 2J Iteaumur in the shade. We have simi!tr a ccounts of the weather from the inteticir of the emoire.
July 18, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, 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
 
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
 
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
 
ORIGINAL POETRY,

ORIGINAL POETRY,

LINKS, OCCASIONED BY TUE MEDICAL ATTENDANCE ON TIIE LATE RIGHT HON. IlljllAltD IIRINSLEY SHERIDAN. WRITTEN BY JOHN TAYLOR, ESQ. While Sheridan shall live in fame, Ami Pity sigh to hi-ar his name, Reflecting on thr- varied woe Too oft the fare of those below Who shine with surh t
July 18, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England