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ASSIZES.

ASSIZES.

A SSI Z.ES. At Dsnimiy Leitt Assizes caviet oit a caste (if notvelty, ititi sit seine interest iii thle coutty, 'anti exceited the curiosity of ia great Concourse of spectatuirs. TIhe tial tasted trai n tun isstil oboiut hltf-past tenl at night. Philip Potts, is persisti of Conss
April 5, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
On WARREN’S BLACKING.

On WARREN’S BLACKING.

WARREN’S BLACKING. AThiff, one Hay conscience was lacking, Broke into 4 house—when, lo! w* h«- |»a«aeH, A Boot, well with RfetUctca ho» fare —iml hew ort* k*.glia.sl ! Thus robb'ry was stop!, an»i a man sav'd reftcetion so Bright, from J>t . Then let applaud, whilst life girt us
April 1, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
COBDETT, FAREWELL.

COBDETT, FAREWELL.

It appears that Mr. Coblrett and two tons have actually taken their passage in llie Importer, Capt. Hall, bound (mm l.ieerpool to New Yoak, and which would sail on Thursday, wind permitting.—The following ia his farewell address •• TO THE PUBLIC. l.irußrme, March 961h, 1817 ** d
April 1, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HULL BAKERS.

THE HULL BAKERS.

the EDITOR of the HULL PACKET. Sir, —At an inhabitant of this town, suffering great inconvenience, in common with many others, from the want a regular supply of baker's bread, permit to inquire, fur own satisfaction, well that of the public, whether or not the case of the Hull b
April 1, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
AM?If SOUTH WALKS.

AM?If SOUTH WALKS.

important change is about to take place in the j Government of' N'Cw .South Wales. Governor Mac- qnarric comes home, and will lie succeeded GssVimd Erskinc, who has just sailed with his rugiipcnt ( (the for that settlement. The growing import- j the colony has also suggested the
April 8, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
KILLING AND SLAVING,

KILLING AND SLAVING,

Thomas Smm a, aged ao, was charged with violently affaulting Thomas Jones, another l.id, both Clifton, the ifith September loft, and by which the faid Jones came his death. It appeared there had been a pugiliflic conteft between two other ruliics the day in queftion, wherein the
April 8, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ANSWJR.

ANSWJR.

By the queition, the on the greater hate, the T pressure on the base of a cylinder of the same i and content with the eessel, and the pressure on if.iw lesser base, are the numbers 121, 67, and but then pressures are the bases multiplied by their respective depths, therefore (th
April 8, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1817.

LONDON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1817.

LO)NtDON, T HUSI)S, ?? JIMIL1Z 2 ,18, a7. lihe Paiis rpc'rs cit Satttiltily aid Suindat' are iwctiived. A jimttlhll ill atl Iii tlO M-1 staltes ?? 1th I ?? IIity ltitlrl's Iate IecItll , ?? al ic Iltil It II v vvsg s, ,, ifl oittlii. Antd lilat i ?? tt (lrtlltagitI ,stt->, that a
April 28, 1817 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NEW DAILY )l0ltf0NdG'ArA. rit. IJTE DAY and NEW T1IMES.-Tbis .. TPaper ik conducted by thle Autho:r of the LeadingJ el Articles, Which "appeared, tile- stivei~l yeats, in til N, Ins Paper called-lD TEarlmts" dr' thle great struggle ul Ty Itith Bomiiphrte, atid til re-e~ltablislim
April 28, 1817 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE SPENCEAN CAMPAIGN.

THE SPENCEAN CAMPAIGN.

'as ?? A 12AO55KNT..ur ?? 18 Tat bold.Spenceans march, with knife In hand, the is For every man to curve his slice of land. L ~. By secret oaths conshined, they now conspire col Tosap the bridges-get the Thamnes on fire, not to Success their daring crowns-how fierce and strong L
April 3, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England