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Do you think that these alterations would appear in the book, if the rate were made before the rate was laid, or after —I think they could tint be before. Do you not think that if they had been before? there would be a ditterence in etc summing up in each page f •from whaVappear
September 23, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX S'ES,S'IONS.

MIDDLESEX S'ES,S'IONS.

Monday the General Sessions of Peace for Middiewt, cornmenevd at Clerkenwell. The business, as usual, cousisttd chiefly of Indictments for Assaults, 'lite Hon. Lord Langford was indicted for assaulting J. Riddell, formerly his hotter. The circumstances which led to this assault
September 23, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
FRF.NCII P %PERS.

FRF.NCII P %PERS.

PAnts Avo. 23.—Yesterday, the capital presented th. aspect of the tir•cst Kstival : it was that of our august Monarch; and Paris has had thc happines.s of hem,' ing the interpreter of the wishes and expressions of gratitude and atketion, which have at the smue nanacnt escapist f
September 2, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
• The Trafficker of North Shields, the Ilrinve of Grange , of Ipswich, and the 'Fr:lseller of were totally lust

• The Trafficker of North Shields, the Ilrinve of Grange , of Ipswich, and the 'Fr:lseller of were totally lust

h e t witn Cromer and Rialtney during the gale.—The Alargaret and Jane of Sunderland, the Funny of London. the Fanny of Leeds, and four other Iciest-Is, are shore near Cromer, but espeeted to he ant oft. MARUATE, Sept. I. Yesterday it rained the whole day, and blew a strong gale
September 9, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
SUARZY.

SUARZY.

JOSEPH PENWINGTON.—The produce of farms, sold at the present prices (especially on poor land) will little more than pay the expenses and support an economical family; hence there is scarcely any thing left for rents or tithe, or if these arc paid, the occupiers are involved in d
September 30, 1816 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 

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7.7 H~" Nr~iilG~Nc~, MAILS THIS DAY. •Rte. DUE. ARR. 1 0 Lisbon i . . . i 0 Malm 1

7.7 H~" Nr~iilG~Nc~, MAILS THIS DAY. •Rte. DUE. ARR. 1 0 Lisbon i . . . i 0 Malm 1

0 EAST-INDIA . SILIPPING. Th e Company's ship METCQLVE arrived off 114 - i n s yesterday, having left the under-Mentioned - i s l es on or about the follnwing petiods c —Fort St. the 23d Atiquot, 18!5 ; Bengal, 2d March, I 1816; Banda, Ist April, 181(1; and St. Helena the' Bth J
September 6, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
he fell from a tme veget a . Ist instantly rten Par ~icr i le ceis tv a t t

he fell from a tme veget a . Ist instantly rten Par ~icr i le ceis tv a t t

i t e4, _e4 NUMBER 9c2A: While h e A SPECIAL he hawled GUARDIANS proved t. sal i nsta nt, to receive a "A te the Costae , had buried.. r to be take wall, •m c. . milli, one caiedotiati Arflun' •curnstaao s at the ,A SSOCIACIO for holt MANUFACT' ed edict, 'the City of London nett
September 6, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
mina INTELLIGENCI,

mina INTELLIGENCI,

?AMAMI, SIMMER 1b Arrived the Alpha, HARM; bound to St. Makes tad Two Brothers, PICNICS, for Portsmouth. PORTSMOUTH, SEPTEMBER ie. Mired the Mary, from St. Domingo ; kit there 13th August. and on the 2&h spoke the Camino. from Jamaica for London, and in lat. 44.47. spoke the Mar
September 17, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TILE JETS. MARK-LANE, MT. Tick Ditto, 40s. 41i. Oats, Potato., I Ditto, Poland, 211 s. Xs. Ditto, Feed, 191 I

TILE JETS. MARK-LANE, MT. Tick Ditto, 40s. 41i. Oats, Potato., I Ditto, Poland, 211 s. Xs. Ditto, Feed, 191 I

Rapeseed £37. £39. per Flour, 755..m05. per wk. Wheat, liXvitz , c, 7u s. 7St. Ditto, Baltic Red, 54%. Harabro or Bremen. Brabant Red, 401. 48s. Rye, 00.. COI.
September 17, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
0 • FR ENCM RAPERS. • PAIiS, AUGUST Yesterday the Duke of Wellington had the honour of hunting With the

0 • FR ENCM RAPERS. • PAIiS, AUGUST Yesterday the Duke of Wellington had the honour of hunting With the

Princes at Compiegne. .0a the 6th of August, the Assize Court of Peipignan condemned to fifteen months' imprisonment the Abbe Aitrussi. Rector of Fiton, for haying, on the SOth of July, delivered in his church a discourse containing various expressions against the Govern- ment.
September 2, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England