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THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MflROR OF FASHIONV. - TO $11EW V TliE VERY AGE AND BODY OF THE TIME, t ITS FORM AND PRESSURE. e Yesterday about one o'c lockt the PRiNcz R EGENT, t accompanied by Lord KEITIJ, left Carlton House forn Claremont, on a visit to the Princess CHARLOTTE and Prince LEOPOLD. The REGE
May 23, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SALES.-.BY. AUCTION. J'roU coloured Stone Articles, Capitsl Gnld NVntcheq, Mosistal aita-wher Gold Sonif Bloxes, and elissirily of .Teeallery.'-By ltleours RI) N- NS, at their Stiacioui Rooms, Piazza, Covent- gavten,1'111 S DAY,at twelve. ,o FASHIONABLE PLATED ARTICLES,.o superio
May 23, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JOHN MEREDITH having lately entered on the Red Lion Inn, Bicker, takes this opportunity to solicit the support of his

JOHN MEREDITH having lately entered on the Red Lion Inn, Bicker, takes this opportunity to solicit the support of his

friends and the public in general, and to assure them that no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit their future favors. . X. B. Good Grass, in pastures near the premises, for cattle at Donington fair.
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Hertford, and he believed the majority the petitioners were now satisfied upon the subject of the Bill. The Bill was

Hertford, and he believed the majority the petitioners were now satisfied upon the subject of the Bill. The Bill was

then recommitted. Upon the clause enacting that the Bank of England should open account with any Saving Bank upon a deposit 100/., it was agreed that for 100/. 50/. should be substituted. the clause for investing the savings the unlic Funds and enabling the contributors to draw
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

Tkttndav, May 22, 1817. h.'° ft °f Commons yesterday went T ' !t,p P<»or Employment Milton mover! to reject the Ke to parishes, which clause. M , a,carri «l on division. The V n 'he" UBes ne through with, ,] J° Use resumed, and fhe report ceived to-morrow. b;, yCo„ of 4th Ja',7
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 

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NAVIGATION, \OTTCE is hereby given, in consequence of necessary repairs, the RIVER \- VIGATIOV from St. i„ the Huntingdon, Bedford,

NAVIGATION, \OTTCE is hereby given, in consequence of necessary repairs, the RIVER \- VIGATIOV from St. i„ the Huntingdon, Bedford,

WILL STOPPED for about a month from the first of June next FRANCIS RIX, Agent to the Proprietors. St. Man, IS 17. BURST FEW FIRST DISTRICT. AN Adjourned Meeting (he Commissioners the above District, will held the Bell Inn, Ely, Wednesday, the 28th day of Mayinstant, Teao'clock t
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Freehold Perms, Worcestershire—By Mr. 1.1.1 A At the AUCTION MART, near the Bank Koglano, On FRIDAY, June 13, at Twelve,

Freehold Perms, Worcestershire—By Mr. 1.1.1 A At the AUCTION MART, near the Bank Koglano, On FRIDAY, June 13, at Twelve,

in tt.ree Cuts, AVery valuable Pr-eb Estate, called the Grov , Earn; consisting of 138 acres of rich arable, meadow, and pasture Land (the inclosed part, 100 acres, in ring tence, and tithe free), with modern-built new-erected Farm barn, stebiing, and suitable out-buildingS, the
May 23, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At the London cojuMERciAL RaoMs, Cape Sheep ditto MO Ditto Goat Ditto ' Geniun Horse Hides And other Geode ,

At the London cojuMERciAL RaoMs, Cape Sheep ditto MO Ditto Goat Ditto ' Geniun Horse Hides And other Geode ,

~. Catalogues of trill be timely deli»swi.>j_ DYSTER, CULVfeRWtLL, and Co. Biokere, Loadenhtll, i! U£.L.fJ W .UUUUS. Vl*.-
May 23, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LINCOLN TURNPIKK-ROADS, Lcadiii" from the North end of Dunsby-lane to the South-west corner of Riseholmc Hedge; from the Guildhall of

LINCOLN TURNPIKK-ROADS, Lcadiii" from the North end of Dunsby-lane to the South-west corner of Riseholmc Hedge; from the Guildhall of

the citv of Lincoln to Dunham and Littleborough Ferry; 'from the North end of VVaddmgton Field to the Great Bar Gate of the said city of Lincoln; from the Wind-mill the top of Canwickhill to the Great Bar Gate aforesaid; and from the said Bar Gate and the Bridge over the river V
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SITUATION for a BUILDER, CAREENTER, Sec. at SPALDING. be LET, and entered on immediately, from Year to Year, or for

SITUATION for a BUILDER, CAREENTER, Sec. at SPALDING. be LET, and entered on immediately, from Year to Year, or for

Term Years, A Most convenient MESSUAGE or ING-HOUSE, Brick, Slated, and Sashed, with an extensive and complete Workshop and Sawing Shed, and other Buildings detached. Also a Paddock, containing upwards Half an Acre of Land, lying under and adjoining to the same messuage and buil
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England