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SHIPPING LIST.

SHIPPING LIST.

SliT.2'IJNGi LIST. Aairivr-n-Jully 25.i . ircriclvn Pac ket, Crcrtcldiv, TIoniloi, grotls; Malnrslicid, 3lorit.)l, d?. (ti , Pget, SIrwtct, P'vvtcrr *1)4 c 4. Lononlri n Packet, Crall, Spey.:, e:i cL c 2.5. I aL r, L~inistr, 1,mrvic k, cattle; L~ordllv; l~,| I,,,f saimon1z Flora,
July 31, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

,PYRIFE GORBESPU1VYaA GE. London, July 26, half-past se-en, P M. The accounts from Barbadoes, by the Agnes, as well as those by the Colonist, were delivered this day, and they are extremely satisfactory. The latest letters are dated the 6th of June. We have also, through the 'act
July 29, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SMUGGLING.

SMUGGLING.

ate A melancholy example of the pernicious con- en. sequences of smuggling, as well as of the cruel- ary ties with which the revenue laws are aometimes id enforced, occurred in the neighbourhood of Dunt- vo- dee, on the morning of Saturday last. It also il- lustrates the severe
July 29, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thoip Arnold. Hunt Ilinn

Thoip Arnold. Hunt Ilinn

(ndot'ry Douglu Heorr, All<ioo Whitby UI«-borf Ne«ci»»ile Coptnbag** Veiiir*. Burton Liverpool R'f* , Suimohm, July 9.—The downward-bound •h'P* • •oon a» cleared. Some few the upward-bound * our road*, detained contrary wind*. Several •W' upward-bound, ace at anchor below Hnrrbe
July 30, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

jriday's d- Salurday's Posts. - I LOND ON, so FRIDA4Y, JULY 26, 1816. had A DIVICES have within these few davys Il twitn received from thle Fast Inldie", dated tilti pens A 3rd of Mlarch, atuniotI tgilhe (;Mlile.,cliius pici of hostilities by Getteeal Weiles loiy, whli hid in ea
July 29, 1816 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS PAPERS.

.PAtRS, JULY 24.-Messrs. Wilson, Bruce and Hut. chinson ;vere yeswerday set at liberty, the term of their imprisonment havint expired. General, Wilson and Mr. Bruce nvill depart, in the course of the week, for England. Mr. Hutchinson has quitted Paris to ?? ttis reeiment. ' It a
July 29, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ASSOCIATION FOR T4E RF.LTEF OF THF, MAM- VA C'ltJltlNG ANi) IA 30URING POOR. ft T a very numer ous and ree . i., bie MEETING, ' * I he CitT of London TA nt, oi the 2gth day of Jluly, 191 t 1.!.b itoy I ''ig8ttress fte DUtJ?. o' VIkR's, IPresitete t, in the Chair, r. Thet El ere d
July 30, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BATAVIA, Maucii 25.

BATAVIA, Maucii 25.

On Friday morning the President, Vice-Prchidettt, and Members of the Supreme Court of Justice' of Batavia, the Presitlent and Members of the Euro- pean Orphan Chamber, the Magistrates of Batavia, and the Members of the other Public Institutions, with several of the Dutch Inhabit
July 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
iriSDsojf. Jiii-^i

iriSDsojf. Jiii-^i

I 'inr. day, her Majesty received visits frnm ..eve- nil of the .. Nubility. Among (hem were th« Mar- ci.ioues- CoitNwtLi.is Countess . f 11 .kcouht, ant! V'ivrnnnte .s tii I i_rt.i;v. in the e.-eniii«; lier Ma- ji'TY had a ?? party to tea, en ids, ice. Fiidiy. he Qi'K.-N and Pm
July 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PHESO MESON.

PHESO MESON.

PH ESO MESON. Uatw, J i.y 54 7s the forenoon of Thursday ?? t, dun. j a violent -inrtr. a -uddeu ««d irc.-eudo... peal of thunder, accotn- paoie-i by ;i vi vid fl-i-h of lisirniii'i, bin -t over tins rity, when tbe follow ing circumstance occurred ai (be house of Mr. Wind- sor. M
July 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England