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tT TO THE TRADE.

tT TO THE TRADE.

TO THE TRADE. S. T. has purchased at Dunstable, Luton, and St. Alban’s, very large Assortment Cheap Straw Hals and Bonnets; also about Six Thousand Score of Straw Platt—consisting of Dunstable, Patent ditto, Devonshire, Italian, Satin, Lustre, Split Peari, Whole Pearl, Rustic, an
May 27, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
g'mpcri.il parliament.

g'mpcri.il parliament.

parliament. lIOU S E O OSS. TUESDAY, Mat 20. PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. Sir Francis Burdett rofc to bring forward Ini motion for Farliamtnfary Reform. felt liimiclf placed in an auk ward fituation ; for if former periods had brought I the fubjedl forward, enough would have been dated
May 27, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. JONES, At the White Lion Inn, in the City of on the day M:.y, J 817,

SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. JONES, At the White Lion Inn, in the City of on the day M:.y, J 817,

at o'clock in tfiP ing precisely, subject to conditions, and in the following Lots* LOT EIGHT DWELLING HOUSES, inmate the fast side of Duke-street, in the City of Chester, in ttTe several occupations ef Mary Edwards, .fames Stefcns, Mary George Wm. Williams, Samuel Baxter, James
May 27, 1817 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WASTED, AS NURSE, woman about yea" of age, who is thoroughly acquainted with management of Infant ami Nniser; —To apply

WASTED, AS NURSE, woman about yea" of age, who is thoroughly acquainted with management of Infant ami Nniser; —To apply

Mr. Jones, B<>ik-eller, KutImi, (none need apply who havtl not been brought in genteel family,) if letter, po-t-paid. KtUUt, .»,« IS. 1817. Capital Modern Residence, Lands, <\c. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. J. N. CL1PFE, At the House of Mrs. Elizabeth Mather, Wheat Sheaf Inn, in Over
May 27, 1817 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Houses in Scotch Street.

Houses in Scotch Street.

House in Duke Street, Whitehaven. TO SOT.n in Public S .le, MOM. DAY the *id Day June. I«I7. the House John Stephenson, Innkeeper, Strand Street, Whitehaven, All that Freehold Me-singe Tenement. orDWF.I#- LING HOUSE, situ in Duke Street, in the Town of Whitehaven, and at present
May 27, 1817 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 

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21 OUSE OF COMMONS,

21 OUSE OF COMMONS,

Mr. Curxven presented petition from Messrs. Samuel and VViUiam Bundy, Town, stating that they had invented machine for dressing flax, which would save two-thirds of the whole flax more than what was obtained the present mode, and believing it to he an invention great national im
May 27, 1817 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
State prisoners.

State prisoners.

Since the prisoners were arraigned, the elder Watson, on behalf of himself and the other defendants, addressed the following Letter to Lord Sidmoulh Tower, May 19, 1817. My Lord—l desirous inform your Lordship, that I shall have occasion subpoena several witnesses to in readines
May 27, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A Chartered Vessel,

A Chartered Vessel,

Chartered Vessel, Has only room for 10 Tans of Goods, the rewsainder being engaged, and will dear out immediately For MALAGA, CARTHAGENA, TALBNCIA, and fbARCELONA, •{Sir. THE remarkably fine and fast-sailing new iSeSfe, Spanish Vessel NOSTRA SENOHA DK LOS RE.MEDIUS. J. C. Jauregu
May 27, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At*RAMSGATE. BRIG, >oti the Stocks, coppenThstened to wales, and. ready to launch; length 76 feet, breadth 28 feet inch, depth

At*RAMSGATE. BRIG, >oti the Stocks, coppenThstened to wales, and. ready to launch; length 76 feet, breadth 28 feet inch, depth

6, admeasures 146 tons, of the best materials and workmanship, and will bear the most minute examination; will carry a large cargo an ’easy draft water, will sail fast, and is well calculated for any Trade in which she may suit. For further Particulars to GILBERT CAUGHT, Ship-bu
May 27, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING’S BENCH, Thursdcy, May 22- BAHTHOLET V. OOEMES AND WIFE. On the statement of Mr. Gurney ; that

COURT OF KING’S BENCH, Thursdcy, May 22- BAHTHOLET V. OOEMES AND WIFE. On the statement of Mr. Gurney ; that

the plaintiff is a basing • house in Palace-vard, and Lewisham, next door to a public house kept by defradwta: she had been twice married, first to a Mr. Windsor, y she had several daughters, who had been brought up and married most respectably. The defendants had held some land
May 27, 1817 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England