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THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

*I If it Ult JA".t CHLRON) ?? F. :. L 0 N 1) 0 N: 1VIDiVS0.1)A2, APRIL 30, 1817. WAe received yesterday the Panis papers of Saturday last, on the preceding day the first Cabinet Council Iassembled, under the new ordonnance, the Duke de RICHELIEU presided. The four Ministers of St
April 30, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIED, j lir. John "Lenton, farmer, of Holbeach Fen ?? {-.".liss E. Jackson, of Swaffham. -Stvffk 2tlr. William Day, grocer

MARRIED, j lir. John "Lenton, farmer, of Holbeach Fen ?? {-.".liss E. Jackson, of Swaffham. -Stvffk 2tlr. William Day, grocer

anil draper, of -•wl. lo Hiss Sarah Climenson, of Walsoken. H-bsky last Mr. C. Balder, to Miss Mary '-" i of Swaffham. ' *■ -v. last 31 r. Joseph Howes, of Overstrand- ?? Elizabeth Joy, of Dilhani. DIED. •■? sennight John Diggins, whose death was * -tiby the injury he received f
April 30, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
To FOREIGN GENTLEMEN and Others.

To FOREIGN GENTLEMEN and Others.

SINGLE GEN rLEMEN may be accommodated with superior FURNISHED APARTM&NTS, in the most respectable and pleasant part of Blackfriarsrroad. Terms moderate.—For cards of address, apply to Mr. Bromley, Coleinan-sueet; No. 113, Qreat Surrey-street, itlackfriar*- load.
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FROM LLOYD’S BOOKS.

FROM LLOYD’S BOOKS.

The Prince Orange packet, from Rotterdam to London, put into Ramsgate yesterday, with loss of rudder, having struck on the Longsand. The Karen and Anna, Backe, was on shore on the Vlie, the 19th inst. dismasted and full of water. The Esperanza, Pereira, from Rio Janeiro to Oport
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SHIPS FOR FREIGHT &c. A Constant Trader. The greatest Part ot her Cargo on board. For GENOA and LEGHORN, or

SHIPS FOR FREIGHT &c. A Constant Trader. The greatest Part ot her Cargo on board. For GENOA and LEGHORN, or

LEGHORN and GENOA, THE fast-sailing coppered Brig HERO, David James, Commander Lying at Irongate.— About 1.50 tons. For Freight or Passage apply, in Exchange Heurs, on the Spanish and Italian Walks; at the Mediterranean Coffeehouse, Cornhill; or to SMITH, MARTEN, SMITH, and Co.
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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SALES BY THE CAXi)I,!•;,

SALES BY THE CAXi)I,!•;,

SALES THE CAXi)I,!•;, Alj- n. 3«. jIrNCI.ViM.AXK. V, 2, One prcdtftlv * Fpfrtß. VOL L () \V IN (, GOODS, \ M Bags ami r>2') Ifaic-; fienga! Cotton Catalogues cf. wliiifi will !u- timely ('e 'v- KYAIIvK. M'TAGGAitT. mu' i;„. U, l;e . ' At GAKKAffiftS CTIFt'KiC-IfOCSIi. Oa'i!lf'”r“
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
reavm h«* pr**l«*ned saving lianks U» lK*iH fil clubs, in the former tiu* saving was imlividual, ami coim« cled with

reavm h«* pr**l«*ned saving lianks U» lK*iH fil clubs, in the former tiu* saving was imlividual, ami coim« cled with

no system ot association. I house then went into ihec- Mr. hroucht (iieclauu* lia<i descrilied, which was, with others, added the bill. Mr. lIUSKISSON proposed clause subscriptioini sarin* inks, enahliii!; parishes the saviiifs ot individuals. Supposing person hare saved .a<M.,
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Wednesday's Post.

Wednesday's Post.

LONDON, MONDAY, APRIL 28. AT Lite hour this morning we received Paris Papers Friday last inclusive. The King, who had not yet quitted his apartments, presided at a Council of Ministers on Wednesday last, which lasted three hours. It is said his Prussian Majesty expected at the h
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
THRASHING MACHINE BT WATER. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, By M. J. JAR PIS, On Friday, the Second day of May,

THRASHING MACHINE BT WATER. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, By M. J. JAR PIS, On Friday, the Second day of May,

1817, precisely Twelve o'clock, the Sheephou3£, near Hay, Bre.k--' nockshire, VERY excellent MACHINE, capable of thrashing from Twenty to Thirty Bushels of Wheat within Hour, and consisting a Winnowing i Machine, and an Engine for cutting Straw; together with a WAI'ER WHEEL, rec
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
MILITARY REGISTER.

MILITARY REGISTER.

of pattochial education. so connected with the church as to form part Of the establishment, and we shall find it a btilwark to the state as well as to t'ne church. Let this be done, let saving banks be generally introduced, let new channel, for industry be opened (as soon as the
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England