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The Princess of Wales.

The Princess of Wales.

Milan, March •. rr-sidence of the Princess Wales here, from furnished mauy Sman Court to watch her conduct; and she apthe Austrian Government upon the matter. I is reported, that an intimation was accordingly Seen him, which was tbe occasion of his leaving Milan; but this was no
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FOR THE watt, and mis. ' _ will b« (V MONDAY NEXT ' presented, Shakspeare * Arag«- j KING LEAH-

FOR THE watt, and mis. ' _ will b« (V MONDAY NEXT ' presented, Shakspeare * Arag«- j KING LEAH-

Edgar. - - ' Lear, Mr. * Cordelia, »*\ Stevens's celebrated End of Play, G byMr. Fayne. DESCRIPTION 7 vl>n n a of new In the course an Mrs. GarrJck. SONG - . Fa,/ f vt 'h# only time this Season, PLACES _— ' of above CharU.es w.H |W| rf , Room I""'™'*' oecl(,ck0 e cl( , ck the fo
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Falttable Estate and Manor near j..,n cutter, Yorkshire, be Sold by Private Contract ALL that the MANOR HIGH-EI.I.EH. with BESSECARR,

Falttable Estate and Manor near j..,n cutter, Yorkshire, be Sold by Private Contract ALL that the MANOR HIGH-EI.I.EH. with BESSECARR,

in the county of York and a Freehold and Tjthe-free ESTATE, situaand being Bessocarr, High-E Iters and the parish of y, ihe conn<y of York, co; Misting of four Farm Houses, with suitable Barns Stables, Granaries, Dovecotes, Cow-houses am Outbuildings, three Cottages, and about l
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TY7 I' i-'RE AS Robert Foxton, of in ihe Count j Lancaster, butcher, hath, idefKure bearing date twenty.second day of

TY7 I' i-'RE AS Robert Foxton, of in ihe Count j Lancaster, butcher, hath, idefKure bearing date twenty.second day of

.March, ii.startt, assigned over all his estate and eft", »Mr. Thomas Adams, of Manchester, the sad Ccinty* public Accountant, and another, in trust for the •■»! benefit such of bis creditors execute the same before tbe first day May now next Notice is hereby Given, ',1,-it the
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
and Stretfard I'ttrnpike Road. THE Trustees of the Turnpike-road from Crossford Blidge through the townshipsof Strelford and the town of

and Stretfard I'ttrnpike Road. THE Trustees of the Turnpike-road from Crossford Blidge through the townshipsof Strelford and the town of

Manchester, will meet Monday the 7th day of April nest, being the general annual mooting, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, the Star Inn, Deansgate, Manchester, to settle Tre.jsUrer's account, and on olher business relating to the same road. All Persons having any demands
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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HOLLAND.

HOLLAND.

Flore,from Rotterdam, with 8400 cheese Dand T A t;oL-.ie Hoop, from Amsterdam, with qrs wheat A Willink. Jane, from Antn<erp, with 200 bags wheat C Newman, hlid. tobacco Barclay, Salkeld and Co.
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Princess of Wales, by the last accounts, was at Mnnich. The present Great Seal of Britain is the slovenliest

The Princess of Wales, by the last accounts, was at Mnnich. The present Great Seal of Britain is the slovenliest

executed of all those which hare existed from the teigo of Henry VI. The impression is not legible. Preferments.—Rev. William Henry Clarke, to the rectory of Cold-Higham Norts.—Wm. Holland, Esq. of the Inner Temple, to be recorder of Reading, on the resignation of the Hon. Mr. J
April 1, 1817 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
OM SALE, tITEXfY-THREE F.4T PIG ft* Apply H K.N lit ATHKRTOK, Llanassn, hear Holy- Well, Flintshire. x ' tuEDiwiis. xnr/'cE

OM SALE, tITEXfY-THREE F.4T PIG ft* Apply H K.N lit ATHKRTOK, Llanassn, hear Holy- Well, Flintshire. x ' tuEDiwiis. xnr/'cE

is "trKRKnY Cr«li»mKV THOMAS ofTarrin, llealer, who m uttdrr>» «"«■'- in. nr. WWW »!«'« «""• r«|.ect,ve debts, „,»,n nppliHli.... Mr. » Olhcc, in Chester, after Monday next. 27tk 1817. SOU) BY .4UCTIOX, 11Y HIKSSIIS. W. J. BROWN, •\l (lit* hoit«e Mr Kilmmiil Arclulale, the FVa f
April 1, 1817 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Money to Lend.

Money to Lend.

r. to ndvance I.andod Property, the Sum TWO THOUSAND POUNDS; it will divided into Two Sums of ONE THOUSAND P<»T each. .Apply to Mr. Walk**, Solicitor, King Street, Whitehaven. March, Oak, &.C. for Sale. 1w THOMAS and .TOHN nnOCKI.F.BANK, Oak, Pine, and Birch Timber, rvcdTlent Qu
April 1, 1817 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
lion Meeting,to endeavohr stir up tumult. In this base purpose he will completely defeated the new Candidate is too popular

lion Meeting,to endeavohr stir up tumult. In this base purpose he will completely defeated the new Candidate is too popular

to' he affected by an opposition of die most contemptible kind. The Magistrates and Gentlemen are high honour, and possess such attachment good government leave doubt but the most effectual steps be taken defeat the wicked machinations of this most dangerous and character* US E
April 1, 1817 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England