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lONDriVMARKETS.

lONDriVMARKETS.

C7A JUNE 9. NTarket pretty w.:11 'Null Wheat from and Kent tl,i, moraing. the .ale of winch article was not so luisk as on Friday, Mit prime qualities obtained per quarter more than on boa Burley is t.N. per ibarer, having but little at imd a brick dental,: bot:i for grinding an
June 9, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, 4.c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, 4.c.

The Belgian Journals exhibit a melancholy instance of human ignorance and superstition—a Belgian peasant assassinated and burnt to ashes a girl ten years of age, because he fancied her to be a sorceress ! The following paragraph from a Lancashire newspaper, received yesterday, s
April 14, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
AVERAGE i"tICES CORN I'ER QUAIITER. IN ENGLAND AND WALES, FOR TUE WEER ENDING VER. 1. Wheat. Rye I Oats Beans

AVERAGE i"tICES CORN I'ER QUAIITER. IN ENGLAND AND WALES, FOR TUE WEER ENDING VER. 1. Wheat. Rye I Oats Beans

Pease I IG2 9 6Z 4 3 I CO *
February 10, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, Jumr 28.

THURSDAY, Jumr 28.

THURSDAY, 28. The Clew Residence Bill and the Tithe Leasing Bill were read &first time. The LORD CIiIkIICILLLOR expressed a wish that all the Mishaps who were in town would attend at the second reading of those two Bills. As far as he understood, no Spiritual Lord was consulted e
June 30, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
.89 8$ Fr. .7 61 9 pm. .7

.89 8$ Fr. .7 61 9 pm. .7

June 30, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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After some ceminendatory remarks on the recent act of Lord Camel( a, the Noble Earl moved that the Lords be mommimed for this fortnight (the 26th hist ) to take these ( Ith'slions into consideration. The Limn CH SACELLOR observed. that the motion was regular, and therefore he sh
February 17, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
OBSERVATIONS ON THE CITY ELECTIONS.

OBSERVATIONS ON THE CITY ELECTIONS.

THE Election in the City which closed on Monday, has been the most remarkable within our remembrance, in as much as it has afforded a most unequivocal proof of the soundness of principle in the great body of the Livery. Twelve months ago, Mr. Wood was not only the favourite of t
October 13, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
ROGER O'CON,V)it'S ADDRESS.

ROGER O'CON,V)it'S ADDRESS.

The Irish papers contain the following address by Roger onnor to his cotton ytnen 1— " It is not my intention, at this time to say notch to on the subject of the trial of Waring for perjury, but merely to state, that ft mil utter ignorance of such matters, when I laid my informa
November 17, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
UNION HALL.

UNION HALL.

Dennis Coleman. a pauper, upw.irds of 70 years of age, ar.d who has Cir pest been in Rotheillithe Work- house, was brought before Mr. Chambers by the Overseers, on a charge of Isastarily, preferred against him by EliAabeth Smith, a pauper mitlcr 20. in the same workhouse. The ch
March 31, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
IF MEAT, MoNmv:. Id. NI.; Cattle at Smit fleavto, about-- 2100 Sheep 16400 Calves Pigs 340

IF MEAT, MoNmv:. Id. NI.; Cattle at Smit fleavto, about-- 2100 Sheep 16400 Calves Pigs 340

March 31, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England