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TURK'S HEAD 7,YA'. NEWCASTLE.

TURK'S HEAD 7,YA'. NEWCASTLE.

J FLETCHER (faould deem hinuelf wanUng in enti. tude wen be not to embrace every, opportunity of, the nutuerotu favours be ho* received from the Nobility, Commercial Gentlemen, and the rublic in eeneral, since he opened the above old-etlabUshed Inn, ami e flatters himself that t
September 10, 1816 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NAVAL REGISTER.

NAVAL REGISTER.

*I -re r. ?? ?? Iii iO 1i!i it ill coiie mpilf in to fa le tim j.1 ,iv op pilor ity of'bI i!dhtfi, l so ic--4, (alJ1f 1d ;1 .i tilarlyr ?? (lte fta ?? I s ! ;tina;tel-i- lo s;u th;e SIfI.iI; ll. D 1)iI1ikIR~j'SIl;X ;S ;- I ;\(u1 ?? P)ortsm3ouhiST; I;J; I):I D 111zic; Iak ilm, o,1
September 11, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOIMNIS4IC LN'r:LGENCE. LO N 1 0N, Autr) On S~it liviiv Ptirliamnlilt wis' prSi' ?? 1, ',ttin ll '2 Noveallio -I. 'I111 ?? sionoers wnt , the Lord Ciaote1'llcr,c Lurd'; Li% e itonl midi SIIiitol. Ilrc'ildy Iit (pliI laine 'ill thle I it Ili' st'rlact n ih . It iS wh'tisllik-ed' h
September 4, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
i RETROSPECT LAST «■' ATTACK ON ALGIERS' . u®To« but • copy ' Oil* Mbit valour is umumto Jestruction the

i RETROSPECT LAST «■' ATTACK ON ALGIERS' . u®To« but • copy ' Oil* Mbit valour is umumto Jestruction the

force ■I*Abp«TS know irith wbst sbruuioe* the town Every street wu vuiUe our fleet: mvt*rv w*s equally visible to inhabitants shore* ■ . hill «rt*«d fhTloirn. ■fheposition tbebstteries. so commM»| snS wounded our fide, bring « U«»rtl*u ■ 5! rt As bed firnny reoolved toreast, l«
September 24, 1816 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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F^XNdfs the helpless.' Taken together, the poor-laws and the vagrant laws were a protection to the country against any portion of that degradation of the people, which must always accompany common begging. But, Sir, when by the weight of taxation, pressing upon the farmer and tra
September 28, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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To Sir- Francts BtfKBST'F, Bart.

To Sir- Francts BtfKBST'F, Bart.

To Sir- ts BtfKBST'F, Bart. when the htfer had made a, long hamngue ,g aillst profligacy of bull-balting while he said not a word about the much greater profligacy of the WacUew the horse-races in Yorkshire, that put him- in mind of the Butcher who was running about swearing f O
September 28, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
7 •*S • » t put or Amikioa. rs.a aw 'ft' \ itrtacm of Broad Sfrett' bwtro. attft ttiordby tfertffrd.

7 •*S • » t put or Amikioa. rs.a aw 'ft' \ itrtacm of Broad Sfrett' bwtro. attft ttiordby tfertffrd.

shirk making produc. the lands of tls 'jaeighboiin, and makrttg it as, indeed, IBeges have done, the prodoc. identical lands, wire 'under occupation nf their ciiltivator, who most VksJ jblek. yifhi a fertObing stream Sowing from Broad Says the book Which Ae Board Agriculture has
September 14, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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courtier when wrote, hat lived long to have the mortification to see you send a fleet across the Atlantic to chastise and bring down these barbarians even while they were living in state friendship with our goverment- Tiiis event set “ns to have been forgotten our hireling boast
September 14, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
AiPTiMBII 21, 1810.

AiPTiMBII 21, 1810.

21, 1810.
September 14, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING [ill]

INTERESTING [ill]

INTERESTING LETT R F1RoM A 6IDSHIPMAN ON. BOARD TEHE 4UEEI ' 11 CHA;RLOTITE.1 (From the Courier.) . "MY DEARESY ---Turbans and trowsers s are so.like caps and .peiticoatsj that you in En g- land ;think the Turks-and MNloors atre little better than 61l4wornen. ifyou had seen thema
September 19, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland