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Sunday and Monday's Posts.

Sunday and Monday's Posts.

5, 1817. have daily report the improvement In the Funds.—Conso s fur Account tbis morning 73^. Dreadful Explosion oj a Sieam-Pacht. Yesterday morning about passengers bad 'tan en their places board the Steam Packet from Norwich Yarmouth , just as they were pushing from the moori
April 8, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Excellent Household Furniture, <Jc. SOLO AUCTION, ■By Ja MES Sll AWCR S , At No. Water-street,near tlie Old Quay, Manchester,

Excellent Household Furniture, <Jc. SOLO AUCTION, ■By Ja MES Sll AWCR S , At No. Water-street,near tlie Old Quay, Manchester,

Wednesday April lo', 1817, the property a lady leaving town , A I,L the and valuable FURNITURE, consisting mahogany dininfl, card, snap and Pembroke tables, chairs, single and double chests drawers, library book-case, bedsteads md hangings, capital l her-beds, ma.trass and beddi
April 8, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mondays and Tuesday's Posts.

Mondays and Tuesday's Posts.

FRENCH PAPERS _ Paris, April 3. nPIIE funds continue rise, although the second loan is understood effected, or nearly so. Gold is offered at sous per IOOOfr. The statement the approaching departure the Court for Versailles is unfounded. The palace Versailles unfurnished, aud not
April 14, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

James Dunn, Middlesex, victualler. Wra, Elmitt, Peterborough, Northamptonshire,draper. George Jones, Aston, Warwickshire, gun-maker. James Ark aright, Liverpool, wooLert-draper. John Hey wood, Ilusholme, Lancashire, shopkeeper. Joseph Hankes, Snaith, Yorkshire, brandy-merchant.
April 14, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
v At Waterkss, with |MS~e«.MVH. A Capital H«*n*e a> nil very good Oarsjaw*. well with hosne nasi - * F.i'jhty

v At Waterkss, with |MS~e«.MVH. A Capital H«*n*e a> nil very good Oarsjaw*. well with hosne nasi - * F.i'jhty

seven eery rood plooeh daud, adyniumr «ame. Par apply Mr. Ml.iOi.lv H.vV, «>*xthe pr*as«s*«. Under wa Extent ton, and order Tie n BY I* At'ClfDN, >or. Sathrway the April and eight following days. Id the trainable Stick Mr. WH.- ILIACV, Paayii. Tlo die ptcnsiscs, lau.e, lairester
April 4, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SECOND DAY.

SECOND DAY.

The Welter Stakes of logs, each, for any horse, mare, or gelding, and to carry 12st. Mares and geldings to allowed 3Jb.—To be named to Mr. Drury on or before the Ist of August, 1817, on which day the subscription to close. Five subscribers, and two horses to start, or no race.—S
April 11, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING, 1817.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING, 1817.

Monday, April 7.—The Craven Stakes of lOgs. each, for all was won by Mr. Lake’s Roller, yrs. old, beating Mr. Lake’s br, c. bv Dick Andrews, sv%. old, Ld Jersey’s b. h. Cannon 6all, and 14 others- 2to 1 agst Cannon Ball.—Mr. Thornhill’s Sir Thomas, beat Mr. Payne’s Onyx, ICOgs.
April 11, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Boston, 9th April, 1817. BUNTING begs leave to announce to the la- X • dies and gentlemen of Boston and

Boston, 9th April, 1817. BUNTING begs leave to announce to the la- X • dies and gentlemen of Boston and

its vicinity, that he has just received from London a fashionable assortment superfine cloths, cassimeres, and waistcoatings, and ladies’ cloths of the most prevailing colours, which his Foreman has carefully selected from the first houses in town. , The newest and most fashiona
April 11, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
cix Haamtes.

cix Haamtes.

proceed to give fuller particulars than we were able to present last week of the important trials of these wretched men at Leicester Assizes. The trials commenced on the 31st March with that of Samuel Clarke, who being the most likely to be acquitted, had on that account separate
April 11, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Tie lute Richard ALL prisons who stood indebted to tbe Miiil RICHARD ANOItA V E, the lime of drct jvc,

Tie lute Richard ALL prisons who stood indebted to tbe Miiil RICHARD ANOItA V E, the lime of drct jvc,

and have not BSSSge diirhaaaed j di rrqucted hy hi* Executoi* pay lite . sarue w.rttiu from 'he hereof, Mr. and tinner L« leestt r, who is dull author:** dto receive Ami i hereby given. Mutt default inch pay hm ni, pint i .mw miU tnEsmnmwiwiely j wai.b oniHN need rnuipel Ihe n.i
April 18, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England