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Tea, Cocoa, and Wool.

Tea, Cocoa, and Wool.

At the UNION HOl’f'.L, PENZANCE, on TUESDAY, May 13, «t Eleven, small Lots, for Money, free Ex, else and Custom* Duty, AS much Green • ea, of riifferent qualities, Cocoa, and Wool, w|ll raise the sura of to pay the Salvage Charges of the Cargo of the Dutch Galliot Jonge Anthonii
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FOR SALE CHARTER, A Coppered SHIP two years old, of from 350 tons register. Apply to BELL and WILKINSON, Brokers,

FOR SALE CHARTER, A Coppered SHIP two years old, of from 350 tons register. Apply to BELL and WILKINSON, Brokers,

.53, Old Broad-street
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER PROCLAMATION

ANOTHER PROCLAMATION

Carlos Federicd LeCor, General in Chief of tlie Forces Sea and Land, employed on the Last-side ihc Uiver Flate, Captain-Genec*il this Province, &c. 6lc. Slc. Inhabitants of Monte Video— The security of your persons and property is guaranteed, the Portuguese army, ,tnd from this
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
To Sail on before the 7th of iMay, Direct for GIBRALTAR, THE remarkably fine fast - sailing copperet Brig MALVINA,

To Sail on before the 7th of iMay, Direct for GIBRALTAR, THE remarkably fine fast - sailing copperet Brig MALVINA,

A 1. John Barrett, Commander. Lying at Cherry-garden. Burthen 190 tons. For Freigh Passage apply to JACKSON and MAUDE, 11, Water-lane, Thames-street; TAYLOR, FRY', and CH ANNELL, 21, Great Tower or, J. H. ARNOLD, 2, London-street, Fenchurch-street. Has excellent Accommodations f
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At No. 73, GREAT TOWER*STREET,

At No. 73, GREAT TOWER*STREET,

TO-MORROW, May 1, atOne precisely, E FOLLOWING GOODS, VIZ. JL Bales West India Cotton Wool Chests Brazil Sugar 150 Casks and Bags British Plantation Coffee 120 Ditto and Ditto Foreign Ditto Bags Pimento . Samples to be seen on the morning sale, at the Brokers, where Catalogues m
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
After decided upon the point taw out the House,after telling us that the Circular Letter of Lord SIDMOUTH was c;>.ar

After decided upon the point taw out the House,after telling us that the Circular Letter of Lord SIDMOUTH was c;>.ar

and direct violation of the law of the land, the Opposition, it must be remarked, have never once ventured in Parliament to impugn the legality it. Nay, upon the discussion, of the subject in the House of. Commons last night, Mr. llaotc.JiAM aaid, the true question for the House
April 30, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
MILITARY.

MILITARY.

FAVOR .011 C VIEW Or_ . V9V . E3dy.NTS. PROMOTIONS, &C. Of .71t . 11 FiltuCES, ARRANGED IN CLASSES AND Colirs. .......a ile Porgies Tieno4v, stations—iadia:: Calcutta.-- The f'impattv7t•Limioreenltegiitiatt,:quarfeted at Fort \Valiant, accurdiug4O halt but teoeived orders to bol
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
It is unanimously agreed, that even in regard to the excellence of the works, there is no collection, except that

It is unanimously agreed, that even in regard to the excellence of the works, there is no collection, except that

of the Capitol and the Vatican, which call be compared with the Museum of Antiques at Paris. It was intended to procure fine casts of the most valuable antiques which have returned to Italy. This would afford gratification to artists; and it wax the practice at Rome acrd Florenc
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
ment. This latter opinion seems to us by far the best founded. Other statues are worthy of our regard, but

ment. This latter opinion seems to us by far the best founded. Other statues are worthy of our regard, but

there is no idea of surrounding them with railing. If, indeed, the only object is to save the mosaic pavement, which is purely an object of luxury, such a precaution is diametrically opposite to real magnificence. In this particular, at least, what has been done for twenty years
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

MIRROR O FA I S!E MIRROR OF FA4Sj'lI0:.-' Report says that it was not the indisposi ion of her MAJFSTY alone that prevented the drawinir,-oonm on e on thle 23d instant ; but that the remonstrance or a fo- reig~n Potentate in favour o an illusu inns Lady had its . influence on the
April 30, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England