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Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

[FROM FRENCH PAPERS.] Paris, April 13. from twelve till two o'clock, his Royal Highness Monsieur reviewed the National Guard. The Duke of delivered •1 speech in the name the National Guard, in which the following phrases occurred : This day is doubly dear us, since it is that in
April 21, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Butler, Bristol, tallow-chandler. William Saunders, Bristol, mercer. Richard Islington, coach-maker. Johnson, jun. Hoyden, Essex, corn-dealer. Winter, Litchfield, victualler. Thomas Sheppard, Portsmouth, shoemaker. Isaac Bolton, York, worsted-yarn-manufacturer. John Rimmer, Live
April 21, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
MR. ROGER COLE, DECEASED. ALL PERSONS having any Claim on the Estate Mr. ROGER COLE, late Longstock, the county Hams,

MR. ROGER COLE, DECEASED. ALL PERSONS having any Claim on the Estate Mr. ROGER COLE, late Longstock, the county Hams,

deceased, are desired tuseud the same'toThomns Spencer, of Longstock, one of the Executorsand all Persons indebted the said Estate are requested to pay the amount tbeir respective debts the said Thomas Spencer. ISLE OF WIGHT. A WIDOW LADY respect ability, the I\. Isle Wight, con
April 21, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
T TEES. Most Noble the Duke of Somerset The Most Noble the Duke of Beaufort The Most Noble the Duke

T TEES. Most Noble the Duke of Somerset The Most Noble the Duke of Beaufort The Most Noble the Duke

of Argyle Tbe Bight Honorable Earl Craven The Right Honorable Lord Saltoun Lord Viscount Altborpe Lord Viscount Barnard. ' - Lord Viscount Kirkwall Secretaries Messrs. T. and S. Bignold. DIVIDENDS to the parties insured, of £50 per Cent, have been payable by this Institution for
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FULBECK, Lincolnshire.

FULBECK, Lincolnshire.

To be LET, and entered upon at Old May-day next, A Comfortable retired HOUSE, situate in the pleasant village of Fulbeck, on the South Cliff Row', comprising two sitting rooms, kitchen, cellar, pantry, and three chambers, also a good walled Garden adjoining, and a Stable (if req
April 18, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

FRIDAY, April 25.}— The Earl of JDandey observed, that the construction which had been put by certain magistrates late instance, on the Seditious Meetings Act, was a matter which ought not to pass without animadversion. He regretted that the Noble Secretary of State for the Home
April 28, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 26.

LONDON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 26.

Her Majesty was so much better to be able dine her private apartment Thursday, and afterwards to join the company of the Princesses, the Duchess Gloucester, &c. 'Yesterday it was not deemed necessary to have a'consultation of physicians upon disorder, and she was only attended b
April 28, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Portsmouth, Portsen, & Gosport.

Portsmouth, Portsen, & Gosport.

S.viURiAV, April The Sir Francis Drake, Capt. Bowker, and the Toker, are expected here few days from th« River, both humid to Newfoundland The former will rake out Vice-Admiral Pick more, who expected sail from hence the latter end next mouth. The surveying vessel, George Hofhfo
April 14, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
~Mudern and elegant Household Fumitutc. To SOLI) AUCTION, By James Shawcross, On Wednesday and Thursday, April 9 and 10, 1817,

~Mudern and elegant Household Fumitutc. To SOLI) AUCTION, By James Shawcross, On Wednesday and Thursday, April 9 and 10, 1817,

on the premises of T. W. Katcliffe, Esq. near Manchester, who is leaving town CONSISTING a set of patent mahogany dining tables, card and pembroke ditto, wardrobes and chests drawers, sweep fronts, mahogany and other chairs, mahogany four post and tent bedsteads, with handsome p
April 1, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Bankrupts to Surrender.

Bankrupts to Surrender.

Rates now or late tif Halifax, tlie of rk, merchant, d and AtfrU 1, 1" ad May I/>ndon. Attorney, yfr. Beckett, N'ot-le-strect, lane. Com senlc.l Mar 8. Pet vV. Wvlde.of Halifax. Rotert, Manchester, hi'the county paiatinc Ijuica»ter. manufacturer, d and April «*, •"' May let, at
April 8, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England