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MARKETS 01' THIS MORNING. CORN EXCHANGE. Our market being very thinly supplied with Wheat from Dur coast this morning, and

MARKETS 01' THIS MORNING. CORN EXCHANGE. Our market being very thinly supplied with Wheat from Dur coast this morning, and

having many buyers, sales were hyisk at an advance of 6s per quarter on the prices of this' week. 133rley is 2s. per quarter higher, the demand bava :onsiderably Increased for shipping. Beans and Oats are is. White Pease6s. and Grey 45. per quarter higher. PRIOR OF GRAIN. b d Wh
May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE OF A IQ'

EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE OF A IQ'

EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE OF A _ hekL CORONER'S INQuEsT..—Yestrrday an inquest W as t sign of the Swan, in Mansell.street, Goodman's-fields , body of Thomas Ball, a youth 14 years of age, clerk in the t ape' ploy of Mr. Snow, merchant, 51, Prescott-street, nod to his existence by han
May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TIIE TVILES OF ¥ ACTION.

TIIE TVILES OF ¥ ACTION.

The Public will _ *j**n be astonished at the factious manner in which the subject of the proposed con- tinuance of the Habeas Corpus Suspension has been so prematurely and reprehensibiy dragged into dis- cussion by some of our cotemporar.es. The proofs of the iuili.pensible nece
May 28, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PRISONERS IN THE TOW'_.R

THE PRISONERS IN THE TOW'_.R

THE PRISONERS IN THE TOW ?? R Thisthtsriod and Prexton_ are separately ct,r,r..d ; n ibal inrret nverth. grand enimn'ee from ?? where Dcs^Rt. iind l_,rd .RttHEns wer. o re lr);tjrri ; floeucr is eonlitie i at ihe opposite end of ihe-f'urt. ess, and ?? t> nt, on is kepi in ihe cel
May 28, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WAKRIKO.

WAKRIKO.

Saturday, the *kth hist, at St Andrew s. Mr. Towle, ol P.ilmer s-terrace, Holloway, Mary Ann. only daughter of Mr. Robert Davies, surgeon, Uolborn-liill. Saturday, the iMth inst. at St. Paul s, n, the Rev. F. W. |. Vickery, curate the said parish, Mr. George Perftet, jun. West-M
May 28, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
A'/A’f.'A THEATRE

A'/A’f.'A THEATRE

I he Princess Charlotte and Prince Leopold, who had arrived from Claremont in the morning, honoured this theatre with their presence yesterday evening, to wn. ness the representation of Dun (nmunm. Ihe appeared a little thinner than usual, but in good healpj and spirits. She was
May 28, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
CAHUOLL resj>«:tfully informs the Public, that JT • ihe Lottery finished Drawing the 20th lust. Those Numbers which have been

CAHUOLL resj>«:tfully informs the Public, that JT • ihe Lottery finished Drawing the 20th lust. Those Numbers which have been

drawn I’rizes a Supplementary Ticket, will again drawn the 4th of JUNK, and will have the Chance obtaining either of the Trues contained the fol■'lAr.Vig Scheme, viz. 2 of £15,000 Consols 4 of Money 2 2,00) Ditto 2 Cons. 1,000 Ditto 6 lt-0 Money 500 Ditto 10 Money 4 300 Ditto 1,
May 28, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
IUMi FROM A CORNER. THE DANGER FACTION. ■ I begged them to inform me if the regeneration pf the kingdom

IUMi FROM A CORNER. THE DANGER FACTION. ■ I begged them to inform me if the regeneration pf the kingdom

wliicji had arms in the hands of a million of mob, had tendered industry more productive, internal pea;e more secure, confidence more enlarged, or credit more stable ?" fait not wonderful that while the press teems with the most levelling and even seditious principles, which put
May 28, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
it* horrors confiscation, rapine, btrtcJiery, bloodihed, and war. They have had the experience of revolution which began with professions of

it* horrors confiscation, rapine, btrtcJiery, bloodihed, and war. They have had the experience of revolution which began with professions of

r/.oderation and love of liberty, but led rapidly to the most frightful tyranny, to the roost cruel military despotism. Why should they anticipate a different result in the New World ? they think that the revolutionary spirit will change Its nature transplantation, and, that as
May 28, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
EXTUAOUDINAUV i iJENOMENOV

EXTUAOUDINAUV i iJENOMENOV

i Itircitfs, May 21.—Sun ljy been stormy, temperature hot to suffocation the weather, however, cleared up towards evening and became cal.n, and about half past eleven there were observed in the sky arc ies of • purple red, which appeared the mere striking from their being interse
May 28, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England