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PRICE OF The highest price of the bc.t Wheaten Bread throughout the ma. "is stated by the Bakers to he

PRICE OF The highest price of the bc.t Wheaten Bread throughout the ma. "is stated by the Bakers to he

t7id. the Quartern Loaf. Some Bakers sell the Quartern Loaf from ►d. to V. lower.
March 17, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE a. d. Beef a 4 Mutton 3 8 a 5 0 ...-4 0 a 0 Pork —. 3 8

PRICE a. d. Beef a 4 Mutton 3 8 a 5 0 ...-4 0 a 0 Pork —. 3 8

a 5 0 0 0 a 0 0
March 17, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
411 R. COBRETT.

411 R. COBRETT.

r TRic 03s8itVen" TESTIRDAT.) All doubts respeettog the departure of Mr. Cob. butt .ind his two sons for the United states, are removed be an Address from that Gentleman to the British people, published in the STAR of Saturday. T':e character and political tergiversations of Mr.
March 31, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
A SAVING OF ONE GUINEA IN FOUR FASHIONABLE and most Elegant COATS, Cut sad made in a superior manner, of

A SAVING OF ONE GUINEA IN FOUR FASHIONABLE and most Elegant COATS, Cut sad made in a superior manner, of

the beet &Dwane Cloth, fur a 134.—Waistcoats,froni Is. to Pte.—Double-oiled Caestmere Breeches, At Ill.—Pabtaloons and Qom& Trowsets cheap in proportion. A variety of Shooting Jackets, Heating Coact; also box. Carrick, and Driving Coats; and, for the con • lenience of Gentlemen
March 15, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FATAL itP.t,

FATAL itP.t,

FATAL A fatal duel took pl4eeonSstiirday, between two Officers of the 90th Light Infantry, (lately rived from the West Lidies)—Lieutsnat.t 1-11 ND and Lieu- tenant CONIMY, in which the former was unhutunately killed. The latter, with his seconds, (Lieutenant Rosette ConitoY and E
March 15, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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COWPER'S MEMOIR OF HIMSELF.

COWPER'S MEMOIR OF HIMSELF.

Now fist publlated. neatly printed In. fonlmap Rio. price 4s. boards, with a Portrait of the A MEMOIR of the EARLY LIFE of WILLIAM COW PER, Esq. written by H I MiELF, and !Weer before published; with an Appendix, containing some Interest.. ing Lettets, arld other authentic Docum
March 3, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL REGISTER

THE NATIONAL REGISTER

From the LONDON G.IZE.7I'E, S'airtrdtly, March BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. R. SWAIN, of Wood-street, Chao March 1 to 14. BANKRUPTS. Tram) W. of Welbeck-street. St. Mary-le-bone, hvilder, March 4, 1 April 12, it Guildhall. . Ills. Debary an d Co. Lincoln's-innfields. MoTTEnstman T. of M
March 3, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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March 10, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, March 1.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, March 1.

Fromz the LONDON GAZkETTE, MIancl I. Tjis Gazette contains a Proclamation by the Prince Regent, ordering a meeting of the Scotch Pecrs at Hulyrood House, Edinlhurgh, on theel7th April, to eledt a Peer In the roomof the Earl ot Rothes, deceased-a Proclematiun, declaring the new Si
March 3, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

To the EDITOR of thf HULL PACKET. Sta—lt it with much regret 1 observe number of countrymen preparing to emigrate to parts of Brititb North America, where they will Sod on their arrival, no demand for their industry talents; but after vainly seeking employment, tfaef wilt be com
March 18, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England