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WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY'S POSTS.

WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY'S POSTS.

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY'S POSTS. L O n y. I_JARIS papers 7 last were Tuesday.—l hey state the important fact of the dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies, the Royal ordinance for which appears in the Moniteur.—The new Chamber is to meet on the 4th November. The number of Deputies, in
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

LONDON, Thursday, Sept.U, 1816. » From Hamburgh papers received yesterday morning, it appears that a report has prevailed at Warsaw of meeting of the ■Emperors of Russia and Austria, and King Prussia, that city. The Emperor Alex*nder was expected to arrive at Warsaw °n the 27th,
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TO THE F.DITOR. ««. L'/.r, September 9, 1816. A Paragraph havine appeared in the Courier, and London newspapers of last

TO THE F.DITOR. ««. L'/.r, September 9, 1816. A Paragraph havine appeared in the Courier, and London newspapers of last

week, stating, that " James Tbody, recently executed Norwich, was lAttlepnrt man, and one the desperadoes who wide his esettpe over the Fens, when targe body of the Isle Ely rioters wereapprehended," and having some reason for doubling the truth of the statement, I have made enq
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
KNEES WORT MANSION HOUSE, TAml MANORS. O LET, with early possession, fern term Five or Seven Years KNEESWORTH LL, standing

KNEES WORT MANSION HOUSE, TAml MANORS. O LET, with early possession, fern term Five or Seven Years KNEESWORTH LL, standing

the centre heatitifi.l Lstwn "* nro,,nd ". '"h Conch House, Stabling and Offices all descriptions in the highest ord and repair; walled Garden, well planted Pleasure Grounds, Plantations,and extcn-ive A NORS, with without Twenty Light Acres of rich Pasture Ground all ing compact
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
J40.000. Will given in ADDITION the FIRS PRI E, TUESDAY, Seventeenth of this Month, When the State Lottery begin,, drawing.—Thus

J40.000. Will given in ADDITION the FIRS PRI E, TUESDAY, Seventeenth of this Month, When the State Lottery begin,, drawing.—Thus

One Ticket purchased before that Day, may gain -580,0001 SCHEME CONTAINS 2 of £40,000 2 of £-30.000 of £10,000 of £1,000 Sic. <ye. Consols Mnn"v. ARDSON, GOODLUCK Co. the Contractors, beg leave remind their friends and the public, of the near approach of the Drawing, and respect
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 

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MOST WONDERFUL LUCK! MORE than Half the Amount all the Capital Prizes the were Shared and Sold WEBB, THE LAST

MOST WONDERFUL LUCK! MORE than Half the Amount all the Capital Prizes the were Shared and Sold WEBB, THE LAST

LOTTERY, viz.— The Only Prize of £51,000 The Only Prize 0f... 3,111 The Only Prize of £5,00$ 7 "8 Prize of 8,806..a Prize of.. £400 I 4,7j3. .a Prize of.. £300 , £300 c\c. The above were divided into flp't-Kighl Shares, several which were Sold by W-ebb's Agents rath U County. G.
September 13, 1816 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

New Youk, Juh/ 25. —The seizure Richard Meade, ITq. this city, says the Aurora, by royal order the King of Spain, and his imprisonment in a dungeon at Cadiz, is confirmed letters just received via New York. Jllv 27.—The seizure the American Consul at Cadiz is a very singular tra
September 12, 1816 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

We learn from Cambray, that a genera! encampi mem. the British forces in France will be formed ■ on the Btb of September, near Valenciennes. The concentration of the troops is for the purpose of their being exercised in tire vaiious evolutions of large bodies, which their previo
September 12, 1816 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
—DIED.

—DIED.

At Edinburgh, 23.1 ult. Ahxa, youngest daughter the Rev. Jamieson. At Bo’ness, ult. Janet, fourtli daughter of the lire Andrew Pod, Esq. merchant there. At his son’s house, in Dysart, 2(ith nit. Mr Robert Skirving, late farmer Monktonhall, tiic year oi his age. 25th ult. Mrs Mar
September 5, 1816 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Day vf Sn/c altered. SALE OF FAT SHEEP AND COWS, NEAR PER TH To lie sol'"I public roup, at I.uncarty

Day vf Sn/c altered. SALE OF FAT SHEEP AND COWS, NEAR PER TH To lie sol'"I public roup, at I.uncarty

Farm, Saturday the 7th of September next, (instead of Monday the 9th, os firiufrly aileei lisedj, BI.ACK-F\CEI> WETHERS, rising Six years oM. FAT COWS. A Month will allowed to remove the Stock. The Roup will commence at ten o'clock, iorenoon, precisely, I-.unfarty, UOtb August,
September 5, 1816 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland