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JOSEPH lIAFFORD, Dr otter, Appreum. and dart •rarer, RETURNS bis grateful acknowledgements his friends and its geneial fur liber SI

JOSEPH lIAFFORD, Dr otter, Appreum. and dart •rarer, RETURNS bis grateful acknowledgements his friends and its geneial fur liber SI

patronage atrtady afforded him the above businesses, and assures lie ever shall be wanting on his part ten erit tbeir fnlure favors. He make* it invariable rule settle his net ion. with all N. B A 50...1 assortment uf new and second hand llon-ehold Furniture almo*t every .p for
April 11, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TO THE NOBLEMEN.

TO THE NOBLEMEN.

GENTLEMEN. CLERCY.AFREEHOLDERS Of tkr MVtt- Hidtmg Vvrkthirt. Mr Imrans auo Gawnauau, Office of Register for the Weal-Riding of 1 this County, being now Vacant the Death of Mr. I again take die tnofler mysrif a anilidatc fur your CVriee. and I earnostly request the I of your Vot
April 7, 1817 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
John Ifaigh*s Atsignmrut.

John Ifaigh*s Atsignmrut.

JOHN HAIGH. of HnHmry. the County of York, Clothier, licth by ccrtjiin Indenture of Assignment, hearing Date the Eighth Day of March Instant, assigned over all In's pcrsnn.d and certain Truster* therein named. In Trust, for the equal Benefit such of the Creditors of the said Joh
April 7, 1817 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
We understand that Ihe ATsßalion for the Chinch wardens Bedfordshire, fixed hidden Bedford, 'I htusday April; and Atnpthill, on Friday

We understand that Ihe ATsßalion for the Chinch wardens Bedfordshire, fixed hidden Bedford, 'I htusday April; and Atnpthill, on Friday

the and that clergy are required attend, as Archdeacon intends, in the month of June, to visit each parish and parsonage house. Hunt races look place on Coteaford Heath, Wednesday sennight, when the sweepstakes of guineas each, (ten subscribers) for horses not thorough-bred,/ode
April 5, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
j c. 8., n his Pttends and X die that.hnviog PARTIVFRSHIP with Mr. JoUES, the PRINTING, BOOICSJiELISG, BINDING, STATIONARY, and

j c. 8., n his Pttends and X die that.hnviog PARTIVFRSHIP with Mr. JoUES, the PRINTING, BOOICSJiELISG, BINDING, STATIONARY, and

PAPER HANGING ESSES usual, the mod Terms. C M also begs Leave to return his sincere Thanks'to his Fricn tor (lie numerous Favours conferred him during his late Partnership ; fully assuring them their future Orders will meet with tue strictest Attention, and be received With the
April 5, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Cop;/ of an account Thomas Clarksori's conversation with the Emperor Jtussia, on the September, 1815. hen I arrived Paris, the

Cop;/ of an account Thomas Clarksori's conversation with the Emperor Jtussia, on the September, 1815. hen I arrived Paris, the

Emperor ot Russia had left to review his armies on the plains of which journey occupied some days. his return Paris. wrote hi a letter: stated in this subs' *, that having heard when he was London, from the Duke of Gloucester, from Mr. Wilberforce, tram Sir Robert Wilson, and fr
April 19, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LIVE, A »„«■ .rt ivcs chargeable »o the Parish RAD E, Hie Comity Buckingham, WILLIAM BOUGHTftN, Mv Trade Rartfenientmaker, is

LIVE, A »„«■ .rt ivcs chargeable »o the Parish RAD E, Hie Comity Buckingham, WILLIAM BOUGHTftN, Mv Trade Rartfenientmaker, is

about Years o Aire, dark Complexion, dark Hair, dark Eve* ami a thin Nose, about five Feet six Inches and walks rather lame.— Alao, ° JOHN BECKETT, Labourer, A cars of Age, five Feet ten luetic high, dark Complexion, dark Hair, and dark Eves volunteered into the Fucks Militia, f
April 26, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
the Sol mv. Ci.ru'.Y. holders the COUNTY of AMP Li >N. Me Lords uh.7 Gentleman, I TAKE the Opportunity of

the Sol mv. Ci.ru'.Y. holders the COUNTY of AMP Li >N. Me Lords uh.7 Gentleman, I TAKE the Opportunity of

returning mi/ most sincere Thanks for the Hmtanf yon hare this bay done in unanimously electing one the CORONERS for this COUNTY, and be that J thall ever retain a grateful Sense oj the Favour cinferred My Lord's and Gentlemen, Your much obliged. And very obedient, humble Servan
April 26, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
HOME NEWS. BI RTttS. Friday, in Gloucester Place. Visamn»ess Hawarden «>t son and heir. Fleet Pri«,n,tl,e.lady of Charki esq. a

HOME NEWS. BI RTttS. Friday, in Gloucester Place. Visamn»ess Hawarden «>t son and heir. Fleet Pri«,n,tl,e.lady of Charki esq. a

daughter, .At Ham, Surry, the l.dy S« Htnry C. Mon.gon.erv, bart. a At Paris, La.ly Elizabeth Stuart, wife the Amr-assadnr, a dahghter. -MARRJKD- This day, the Ea'-H of March, eldest s the Duke Richmond, to Lady Catherine Paget, elden daughter the Marquis of Anglesea. Lieut. Col
April 10, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. Thomas palmer, a. at. or Trinity College, Dublin, having taken Green Park Cottage, Low Bristol Rut

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. Thomas palmer, a. at. or Trinity College, Dublin, having taken Green Park Cottage, Low Bristol Rut

id, will receive Two Young Gentlemen Boarders, und prepare them for the Universities, or otherwise, their Parents or Guardians may direct. it will the study of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer to treat them with equal care and tenderness they co'dd experience home, liberal Terms -will be exp
April 17, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England