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'ROYAL GAZETTE.

'ROYAL GAZETTE.

December 13, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
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February 22, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
THE ROYAL GAZETTE. The author justly observes that, :lad the tyrant been able to resume his plans of destruction, after

THE ROYAL GAZETTE. The author justly observes that, :lad the tyrant been able to resume his plans of destruction, after

his defeat in Russia, he might have still retained his ill-gotten power. But geaded by that fear which rendered him desperate, he rushed forwards to his ruin. When tire Allies first entered Paris, the country is represented as having been divided into four diff:rent parties. " T
February 22, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
SUP.PrL.E4I TifT•TO Zak ROYAL GAZRTTE.

SUP.PrL.E4I TifT•TO Zak ROYAL GAZRTTE.

SUP.PrL.E4I TifT•TO ROYAL GAZRTTE. 5-11' Sty-Office. St. Ti:nrites' it. that List. Jan. ‘'.9, 1r.17. NOTICE is 1 erehy given, That SPECIAL VESTRY will be holien at the Court-110'3SC at Morar.t-Day, 011 Mowlay the it' day of February next, by 10 A. M few rtrpese of settling the }l
February 22, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
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D. ' At Philadelphia, at two o'clock in the.morning or Atm 16th ult. Alex. JaMes Dallas, Esq. late Secrctary of the Treasury of the United' ktatet. had been 'Trenton fur the purpose of trying an important cause, and probably cat professional fatigue brought on en attack of' disea
February 22, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
2G Clarendon, June 24, OH T. TWO HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD . . - HE REA S, from•the elimination of eviden(T,

2G Clarendon, June 24, OH T. TWO HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD . . - HE REA S, from•the elimination of eviden(T,

takenheforelnv,THOMA9BLUDFOito, a native of this Parish, ant; Proprietor of Mount- Lebanns, stands charted with having committed most atrocious D ER on the hods of one alas. Ne. gro Men Slaves, named CUFFEE The above Reward is hereby off. red teeny persol, or persons, will appre
August 16, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
DONALD FR iSER.

DONALD FR iSER.

35 A nnotta• Bay, Aug. B,hlB RAN AWAY from the Subscriber since Angust. 1816, a Sambo Man, named CHARLES, feet 7 or inches high, sl:m made, and alhout SIS years of age : lie former!) belonged t Counsellor Whyte, afterwards to Miss Graham, of Spanish. Tuun, who sold him to James
August 16, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
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Ili on rig:r. and It S , diamond boiwevn. on left Fluntlder. fotwerly to the late Mr. Muir, a carpenter. Kingston I Venus, a Cormantse, 4 feat 91 inches. mark nut plain ou right to Dr. William say, West street, King ton - Andrew, a creole, 5 feet i.,ches, no brand milk, to Miii B
August 16, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
Vot. XXXIX. SCOTLAND. HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY. En:v=l2(l:v, June :30; 1817. 111 Court proceeded to .farther consideration of the very

Vot. XXXIX. SCOTLAND. HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY. En:v=l2(l:v, June :30; 1817. 111 Court proceeded to .farther consideration of the very

novel and im. portant caw of Jean :Ice, certified front the last C.retut Court in It will be la the recollection of ow Traders that this woman had bt-en charged with miird , rina her by it over the lasgove ; and Mr. M'Ne.l;. her Counsel, stated an objection agai.st her going to
October 4, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
int. the r.i.trzanillas were taken by storm by Aldama's and that no lives were raved there of either sex or

int. the r.i.trzanillas were taken by storm by Aldama's and that no lives were raved there of either sex or

age; every living being was pia to the sword. The same division stormed Barcelna. this actiln no official a( coon! has yet re:vhed this Government, hut of this I am not silt - prima, knowing the Commander in Chief to be very 17-conic and sparing in his official is. pitches ; he
October 4, 1817 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica