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LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETrS. CORN 4JY CHANGR> Dec. 2. Will had av ery goidarrival of Wheat thisnlorning, principally from Essex and 3ienti the quaulities ini general were ordinatry; what was fine sold in tie early piart lf the ni iruing on the terns of last Aliviumlay; hit the inferior hinds
December 7, 1816 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T I-T (eCditthrs rof MILr Hi jI- JA1{SIIALL,: t. of ?? Ifle iliid counlityjyeonatl) nre requestedl to, mekt-hlls 'I'itstees (MIessir. Beviig- tin Lowee and Hioipins) at Mrs. Cox's,; the Buli 1lon1 at Ha-ilford, on Iveduesdr tile, 8th(of Janiuarr memxt, at no orln aid proidunce tt
December 28, 1816 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's I Thursday+ From 'the Gazette of Tuesday. 11lS Gazette contit tints noitice, tI at tile Ti.timie for persot s ?? Coinis upon the French Governmenut, unlde t lie (!onlvei tiol Coll- ch idled Novenrsler 20. 18L5, ait Plaris, between his I~ajfcsty alldtile £t-1os Ch rist
December 21, 1816 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SHAW’s BANKRUPTCY.

SHAW’s BANKRUPTCY.

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against WILLIAM SHAW, of Sculcoatcs, in the county of York, Merchant, are desired to meet the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt, the twenty-fourth day of Dece
December 10, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
■HtStL»2OA Nor. me.

■HtStL»2OA Nor. me.

CURIOUS INVESTIGATION of PUBLIC DISTRESS SPEEDY RELIEF for EXISTING EVILS—aso IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT for the WORKING POOR, &c. &c. The eye of benevolence cannot view, but with pleasure, the rational and active line conduct now adopting by all parties for the relief the unhappy—nay
December 10, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO CORRESPOSDENTS.

TO CORRESPOSDENTS.

Piiilxzrxi, ami Attic us in our next.
December 21, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
ORATOR HUNT.

ORATOR HUNT.

We stated in our Paper of last week, that the tear-dropping Mr. Hunt has addressed a letter to the Lord Mayor. His proposal traifttatei into plain English, amounts to a request to the Lord Mayor to find him two labourers to work throughout the winter, without any other wages tha
December 21, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
THE DISTRESSED POOR.

THE DISTRESSED POOR.

fe Tta> Lord Mayor, who, we have already stated, kiss' neenjindefatisrahlein endeavouring tojaaielmraie the distresses ofthe foreign seamen, has >ucceed*-d in procuring the support of Government in second- ing fits laudable intentions. The He'der frigate, of $2 gups is to be sen
December 21, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
IMPORTATION'S LAST WEEK

IMPORTATION'S LAST WEEK

Wheat Barley Malt Oats Rye Beans Pew English 3783 2820 2i95 4330 30 2425 lU6 Irish English Flour. 7438 Sacks -American, none.
December 21, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
BIRTH. j At St. A retell on Wednesday last, Mr*. Walkom, ! o:a sun. MARRIED. At Falmouth, Captain Thomson, R.

BIRTH. j At St. A retell on Wednesday last, Mr*. Walkom, ! o:a sun. MARRIED. At Falmouth, Captain Thomson, R.

N. to Miss Spriiidk, niece of Uie RigUt lion. Viscount Ex - neurit. At Gcrrans, Lieut. S. O. Hugoe, «f rhe Royal Marines, eldest sou of the late Wi.!t;;n» Hugoe,* of Tredinick, Evquire, to Elizatieth, \onugcst daughter of John Martin, of Curgurrel, Esquire. At Piiillack, on Sund
December 28, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England