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SHIPPING LIST.

SHIPPING LIST.

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September 25, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

NCETARMOUR.-The Grand 9XHI- A ninoN ofANCII.N~rARMOUR. nlow open aitthe (PO TRJl'-ECA, No. 2o, llrenk-street, 13ond-street (which is nllowed to l4e the finest Colledlion in Europe); comprises tip- wards of thirty entire Suit-, an above 405 rare specimens of offensive ant, defensi
September 24, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL STATE OF THE KINGDOM, IN FEBRUARY, MARCH, AND APRIL, 1816; BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE REPLIES OF MANY OF THE MOST OPULENT AND INTELLIGENT LANDHOLDERS TO A CIRCULAR LETTER SENT BY THE BOARD OF ARGICULTURE TO EVERY PART OF ENGLAND, WALES, AND SCOTLAND.

AGRICULTURAL STATE OF THE KINGDOM, IN FEBRUARY, MARCH, AND APRIL, 1816; BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE REPLIES OF MANY OF THE MOST OPULENT AND INTELLIGENT LANDHOLDERS TO A CIRCULAR LETTER SENT BY THE BOARD OF ARGICULTURE TO EVERY PART OF ENGLAND, WALES, AND SCOTLAND.

AGRICuLTURAL STATE OF mHE ?? I ; FEARUTAARY, MARCH, &ND APRIL, i8i6; BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF'THE REPLIES OF MANY OF THEr MosT OPULENT AND INTELLI. GENT LANDHOLDERS TO A CtRCUL&RtLETEER SENT I3Y TIHE .lARD OF AGRIC(IT URE TO .EV1TR.Y PAR' OF ENGLAND, WALES, AND SCOTLAND. -The Board
September 23, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS.

FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS.

. 1?'A,?FIIONAIIIXI ARRIVAFS. Elhe Miarq ils ( rntond, at his ?? in, HIiuver-square, rrl hik seat it, Not folk, ue~qae r~ The Enrl e1n)d ,>untis, of larnley, and Lwnrd Clifinn, nt their htoumte in Berkeley-squaltc from his l.ordIhip'5 s Cubbha Captainl C'rntty, 0thIt ltedisent, a
September 23, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIED. Thursday sennight, aged 73, Mrs. Russell, wife" of Mr. Robert Russell, of Saxmundham. Sunday se'nniglit, aged lift, at Mr.

DIED. Thursday sennight, aged 73, Mrs. Russell, wife" of Mr. Robert Russell, of Saxmundham. Sunday se'nniglit, aged lift, at Mr.

J. Pawsey's, {herson-ia-law) of Kentford, where she was on a visit, Mrs. Sarah Dunthorn, wife of Mr. John DuntUorn, -surgeon,- of Lidgate. Yesterday -sennight, in Sloane -street, Chelsea, Mrs. Gamble, wife of Robert Gamble, Esq. Purser ofthe Victory man of war, and daughter of T
September 25, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 

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•W was a fuller attendance at oar Cora Markei «iw!iytbn on the 14th, ami a plentiful supply w Wheat, the

•W was a fuller attendance at oar Cora Markei «iw!iytbn on the 14th, ami a plentiful supply w Wheat, the

quality of which was generally *; wit few samples of old appeared, or Barley, tfoilowing were the prices .-—New Wheat '"Sss. to ?? new Barley 14s. to 15s.— ""ftm 10s. 6,1. (o lis. per coomb, '• market was pretty well supplied with various Li i'iwns of cattle ; amonsr the rest wa
September 25, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
To the EDITOR of the Liverpool Mercury.

To the EDITOR of the Liverpool Mercury.

To the EDIT(,) , of jje I, IGE.N rLEMKF, 7'Th , 1 tr GE N T LE M ENx, !. tar, Gnert Oete ted the TheatraeQq' hat re rntepariled bia 5Y M'eMiss 0 'Neil's Jrlue, ani a N mediately after ?? ~ ced the Infirmary wall, in Ywis f6 list, ier Gloucester street, We uno l e ar, with a pers
September 27, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FRAUDULENT BANKRUPTCY.

FRAUDULENT BANKRUPTCY.

FRAUDULENT BANiRUPTC', CO *LLT OIf CHIANCERY, AtGn 1a the Matter of Cl/tea.-Sir Sam"u said be had again to cadI the atrentium of hsL shl p to the case er parte Cohen Which, ena day, had occupiedso imuch of his LrdhiPre It was the case in Wv ich a solicitor of die ! Ire Pasmore ha
September 27, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
No. Xlll. LONDON. SATURbAITv SEPTEMBER «8, IBi6w

No. Xlll. LONDON. SATURbAITv SEPTEMBER «8, IBi6w

No. Xlll. LONDON. SEPTEMBER «8, . Sir Francis Buroett, Bart. the Book of the Board of Agri* culture. Sir,— The book, of which so much has been said, has at last been published by Mr. Clement, in the Strand. For a great many years you have been accused of drawing.pictures of the s
September 28, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND.

BANK OF ENGLAND.

B.-xz ANGZAN At ttrelve o'clock yesterday a General Court of Directors and Proprietors was held at the Bank of EnglaiI'd, to declare and contside the hatf Vearly dividend.. ITe Govern'or (MNfr iHrmin6) ontak'ingthe' chair, proposed " '1l1at this Court do order a di- i vidend of f
September 23, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland