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HEREFORDSHIRE. HAGLEY, near LUGWARDINL. Valuable and Modem Household Furniture, Future f, , China, Glass, and lUp't Hare, Kitchen Requisites, and

HEREFORDSHIRE. HAGLEY, near LUGWARDINL. Valuable and Modem Household Furniture, Future f, , China, Glass, and lUp't Hare, Kitchen Requisites, and

Brewing Utensils, -very capital Hotse, and Harness ; SOLD AUCTION, By WILLIAM JVATKINS, ■Without Reserve, on Wednesday, the Thirtieth April, 1817, and following Day, the Premises ot Captain Price, leaving that part of the County; COMPRISING Four-post and Tent Bedsteads and Hangi
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Ben Jonson’s Head, Stepney ; freehold Ground R® uf £53 18«. per Annum and Leasehold By Messrs.

SALES BY AUCTION. Ben Jonson’s Head, Stepney ; freehold Ground R® uf £53 18«. per Annum and Leasehold By Messrs.

BROMLF.Y and WAND, the Commercial-mad, (no connection with Bromley and HaAd, alias Bromley and alias Mr. Bromley, Colemart-stiet) die AUCTION MART, near the Bank England, On THURSDAY, May 8, « TweVre, THE Ben Jonson's Head Public-house, Ten-cardens, Bowling-green, and Assembly-r
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
vain delusions and excited. supposed SirMA'ITHEW espft ssjtl Ids fear tins measure i commiksioncrt would feel good securities. I »>»uSd

vain delusions and excited. supposed SirMA'ITHEW espft ssjtl Ids fear tins measure i commiksioncrt would feel good securities. I »>»uSd

tody add our burdens. were to em-1 Individuals might break, and yet the parish-rates might remain ployed, and these must naturally have some remunerali‘it. liable. Great burdens too might lull landlords, il occupier* would ask whether those commissioners were to have any salary
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
I.AU' KF.I'ORT. COUUI KIXO’S-BLNCH, Monday, Aprii. 28. GRAND JURY THE INDICTMENTS FOR HIGH TREASON. ll,is morning, at ten o'clock, the

I.AU' KF.I'ORT. COUUI KIXO’S-BLNCH, Monday, Aprii. 28. GRAND JURY THE INDICTMENTS FOR HIGH TREASON. ll,is morning, at ten o'clock, the

Grand Jury for the county Middlesex, having been sworn, Mr. Justice Hati.vv addressed them in elaborate speech, stating the Law ul High Treason applicable the prisoners. Mr. H-re Townsend was upon the jury. grand jury continued sit until half-past five, when they adjourned, lor
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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The French Papers of Sunday arrived this Morn• One of them asserts, that the of WALES to be in Paris by the Ist of May. Madame REGNAULT pa ST. JEAN-DiANGELY underwent an examination On. Sunday morning. French Funds-67 * These Journsls are otherwise destitute of news, The followi
April 30, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
' AN ORIENTAL APOLOGUE.

' AN ORIENTAL APOLOGUE.

Carien was a most. worthy man, and as ff.:lied:€.(l by Mery sue that knew him. His too, was a most worthy woman , b u t h e hid the misfortune to disagree iith her upon every subject; being a philosopher, however, he bore this little calamity with a wonderful degree of patience,
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
there - should be from ten to fifteen highway r o bb eries. We have not had a committed fora

there - should be from ten to fifteen highway r o bb eries. We have not had a committed fora

highway robbery lately I speak of persons on horseback form e r. ly there were two, three, or four highwayme n , so me on Hounslow Heath, some on Wimbledon Co;nmon, some on Finchley C ommon, some on the Romford road. I have actually come to Bow -street in the and while I have be
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
MAKHIKD,

MAKHIKD,

On Thursday last, the Hr*. Sir John Head. Bart, at the h *u*e ul M- nry Knight. Lx), his Maietty's \'ice*C<>nsui at lioutoque, William Hall, Ksq. Depuly-Assistant-Commissary-General, to IJhath>lie Duyrell, rlaushter «»l Amiel. uetilay, tfieffcl inst. Nt Stepney-church. Mr. Charle
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARHAMES T.

IMPERIAL PARHAMES T.

HOUSE LORDS, Tuesday. Amu. 29. The Ktryal assent wav given Commission tu the Arms and Irish Laws Execution Rills, the Cochineal ami Imiigo Lil, and two Road Rills. _ HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr Servant ONSr.«)W presented a Petition, signed SCO in the parish Cliristchurch, piayniß u. he
April 30, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Capital Leasehold Residence, with Garden, and every requisite Convenience for a respestable Fahiily, Camberwell-groye. By Mr. COCKERELL, At the AUCTION

Capital Leasehold Residence, with Garden, and every requisite Convenience for a respestable Fahiily, Camberwell-groye. By Mr. COCKERELL, At the AUCTION

MART, near the Bank of England, THIS DAY, the Inst, at Twelve, Lease, near 60 years, at a low around rent, JL of a very capital and substantial built Dwelling-house, delightfully situate. No. , Grove-hill Terrace, handsomely fitted with marble chimney pieces, &c. a garden behind
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England