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NAVAL.

PANORAMIC VIEW OF- THE MOVEMENTS, PROMOTIONS, OP THE NAVAL AND MARINE FORCES, ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY AS TO SHIPS, AND IN CLASSES OF SERVICE. Ships of War. Dwarf, Lieut. S. Gordon, Officers and crew, are dericribed with the utmost eulogy, in a respectablelocal Journal, on occasi
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
note of soda in a little ale or porter going to bed, keeping the bowels open with some gentle opening

note of soda in a little ale or porter going to bed, keeping the bowels open with some gentle opening

Medicine. As terrffic dreams and nocturnal visions are all grades of the same complaint, they are prevented by similar means.— Vide Medico-Chirurgical Journal and Review," for Sept. 1816. CHIMNEY SWEEPERII.--It was a clninsy and cruel contrivance of the Romans to use hedge-hogs
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
9doyce, Xein i he and a . WILL SELL BY ;1) üblit auction, On Tuesday, the Gth of May, HOUSEHOLD

9doyce, Xein i he and a . WILL SELL BY ;1) üblit auction, On Tuesday, the Gth of May, HOUSEHOLD

FURNITURE CONSISTING OF THE usual articles; an excellent Europe Built Chariot with Capital Harness. Also a pair of very Capital Carriage Horses. The whole, the property of J. KAYE Esq. Accountant General, returning to Europe. The Sale to be helot at his House near the Mount, and
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
MR. ROGER O'CONNOR

MR. ROGER O'CONNOR

This celebrated character, Sir Francis Bi.rt.ett and his other associates will doubtless regret to hear, has been arrested on a charge of aiding and abetting the robbery of the Galway Mail-coach, in Decem- ber, 1812. The following particulars are extracted from the Cork Advertis
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DIED. Friday last Mr. Clement Tubbs, farmer and miller, of Sutton, near Ely. — And on Sunday last Mr. Wm.

DIED. Friday last Mr. Clement Tubbs, farmer and miller, of Sutton, near Ely. — And on Sunday last Mr. Wm.

Tiugey, jun. farmer, of Downham.
April 30, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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Ecr, ?? . „ ?? o "" SOME think, friend ?? Contain'd some harsh, unkind f ° r ?? 1,. And that more charity S ? ?? Utt " r To spare thy palpable tetg vSi* 6 E£, They reason thus ; » winds vl 1 * 3 * « Moons, seasons, tides _2 ir do *i-ini'>n « Why should we nwveT^ J^^ &_ "Should be
April 30, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
KI.EK.VIOSVNAKV GRy\NT OF RXCIIF.QUKR B(LLS.

KI.EK.VIOSVNAKV GRy\NT OF RXCIIF.QUKR B(LLS.

KI.EK.VIOSVNAKV OF RXCIIF.QUKR B(LLS. the ntotiuii CHANCKI-LUH the KXt.HKtJI KH, the hole house re«»lvr<l into a committee, •••umocc the propriety a »;ranl of exchequer hills, for the l»e lab-oirinß classes society. The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER then proem led to detail mea*ure
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
A very complete fitted-up Liquor Shop, in perfect Repair (with the Advantage of two great Tlitiroughfare), Mr. COCKEREL!., . At

A very complete fitted-up Liquor Shop, in perfect Repair (with the Advantage of two great Tlitiroughfare), Mr. COCKEREL!., . At

the AUCTION HART, near the Bank of England, THIS DAY, the 30th Inst, at 12, without Reserve, Comfortable Dwelling-house, with excellent fitted-up Liquor Shop (having recently had about expended thereon) very eligibly situate for business, Ncw-street, Dockhead, with the advantage
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CUSTOM-HOUSE AGENT

CUSTOM-HOUSE AGENT

EMHE ADVERTISER begs offer his Services jfl Merchants and Ship Owners, as . He is perfectly conversant with every branch of the Shipping Department, from a Ship’s arrival at Gravesend to her quitting the Port of London. The most satisfactory references for respectability, &,c- w
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At No. 48. MARK-LANE, THIS DAY, the 30th Instant, at One precisely, I' HE FOLLOWING GOODS, Viz.— Bags Pimento 100

At No. 48. MARK-LANE, THIS DAY, the 30th Instant, at One precisely, I' HE FOLLOWING GOODS, Viz.— Bags Pimento 100

Casks Plantation Coffee. Samples to seen on the morning sale, at Messrs. Purdy’s, No. 48, Mark-lane where Catalogues may be had ; and ABRAHAM SAMUDA, Sworn Broker.
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England