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TIMBEIi AND WOOD TRADE.

TIMBEIi AND WOOD TRADE.

TIM B EIi AND WOOD TRADE. FROM A CORUESPONDENT. A imm^rai). i having appeared under the above titl«,_ie!loc(iii»; upon the Commercial Dock Com- pany, we deem it but ju.lice to state our subsequent information, viz.: — Thai when the Bond ing System was desired by Ibe Merchants. as
May 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Grapprnhall, Mr. George Gibbon, to Miss Mary Lowe, both of Warrington. At St. Peter's, in this city, Mr. Thomas Herbert,

Grapprnhall, Mr. George Gibbon, to Miss Mary Lowe, both of Warrington. At St. Peter's, in this city, Mr. Thomas Herbert,

of Kccleshall, Staffordshire, to Mart a, youngest daughter of Mr. James Parry, hosier. At Preslbury. Mr. Samuel Burrows, of the Mill-stone 1 public-house, Miss Sarah Wliallcy, silk-manufacturer, both Sutton. At Knutsford, by the Rev. J. Littler, Mr. Duckworth, ! brandy-merchant,
May 23, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
acting Commissioners, under the Commission 1 of Banln.pt. i».ed against JOHN TREVOR, ) an JOH RICHARDS, both of Whitchurch >n

acting Commissioners, under the Commission 1 of Banln.pt. i».ed against JOHN TREVOR, ) an JOH RICHARDS, both of Whitchurch >n

the county of Salop, Bankers, co-partners, dealers, and chapmen, having consequence of the peculiar situation o tlie Bankrupts* recommended that a Petition >e presented Assignees, to the Lord Chancellor, P ra >" ine his Lordship would direct the accounts of tie estate and effect
May 23, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ANNIVERSAIIY*_Thc ETON' ANNIVEKSARY will be Udd the Crown and ravtrn, St. .ud, morrow, intt. President—Tbe Kig Stiw The Maruuis of

ANNIVERSAIIY*_Thc ETON' ANNIVEKSARY will be Udd the Crown and ravtrn, St. .ud, morrow, intt. President—Tbe Kig Stiw The Maruuis of

DUnJford. I Coloiiel Latout-hi-, M. |'. T. Leigh, Es-j. il. V. O. tllldtl, Ein. G. W. Kelly, V. JuULS, T. <yrt , K-q. Lieut.-General Diton, K. C. G. OsbalUcstun, L»q. M. I*. 1 Gentlcnieii who intent their Company, arc panicularly eariy pu«-ible.— U.oner I’. Tickua, lt<». <3d. ea
May 23, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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May 23, 1817 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

and DIXON'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. lan 1 TItIATED Bile is the fruitful source of all those ey, V disorders which act on the Stomach and Bowels, ties Occasioning-indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Head- lior achs, Spasms, and a variety of-other affections; the t consequence of a diso
May 23, 1817 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLIGNTON'S PLATE.

THE DUKE OF WELLIGNTON'S PLATE.

FWELLIN~lO~sPLATE.l lj4 ?? of plate has been presented to .,,rb .1 . . - a.. u- W ;- Unasn ?? I es vlhnrnto by the King of Portugal P'0 f MIr Garrard, the silversmith was, on SOte 5th instant, thronged by the nobility rreadaY,, .l sv were adrnitted by tickets to view it 'to re' k
May 23, 1817 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE OLD ST A M FORD COA C H, Every afternoon at THREE o’clock, Carrying FOUR INSIDES, with a GUARD.

THE OLD ST A M FORD COA C H, Every afternoon at THREE o’clock, Carrying FOUR INSIDES, with a GUARD.

Proprietors of the Old Stamford Coach return J thanks to their numerous friends and the public in general for the very liberal support they have experienced for series of years, and inform them that the above Coach continues leave the George and Angel Inn, Stamford, every aftern
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
/V „"„ with attention !..,ieavoi,red bdongtell fnm.lv .Ibec.ed ,h . come inc. village until ,he whole of ' " aceinaied

/V „"„ with attention !..,ieavoi,red bdongtell fnm.lv .Ibec.ed ,h . come inc. village until ,he whole of ' " aceinaied

; ai.ont year, small orcovv-pnx small-pox had notappeard, and « ■"-> » of 200 - resorted V \'\hc ford. «ho-n It was i..m, h lonciM ' . examnle has been followed right tovarrinnie: 8pd , of have been « ,*" , ; r hat the vaccinated. 1 f v.llage . one «r two - sm „u.p,,.v and I ' ,
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
From Ellichpoor, near Bombay, remitted by Lieut.-Colonel Macleod. Royal Soots-- Colonel Royal ut, . . . .f.lO 10 b major

From Ellichpoor, near Bombay, remitted by Lieut.-Colonel Macleod. Royal Soots-- Colonel Royal ut, . . . .f.lO 10 b major

C. Macieol, Deputy-Qr... Mauer-Gen.:O. / 10 0 Captain Carfrat, Paymaster t; eaeral, ditto, 10 10 0 I.ietat.. Colonel A. 31ackintmls, T - -- - - - HE Convener, in compliance with the of the General 31.s.ling of 3011 lam, inlitnCes that adinunied General Mceta:g of the UM. tors of
May 23, 1817 - Inverness Journal and Northern Advertiser - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland