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EAST INDIES.

EAST INDIES.

EAS i? ?? 77 E&- MONDAY, j A N. lS17. , ?? l'1t)h j holrnf ?? predatoy- *y l,.intoitli, amotifuntiisg to G i' ?()OD orse, 'entered n the district-ort'anjamr andadvancihr rapidl'y on II tile town of etilnedy, set fire to It, ill SeVeal A C places, and committed glgeat depretdation
June 7, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CORN EXCHANGE, LONDON—June 2.

CORN EXCHANGE, LONDON—June 2.

tCORN EXCHANGE, LONDON-June 2. C We ldUgON IS.r AM.*111, lt;NMJUlN-JUnL N. lo ad a good supply of wheat from Essex and Kent, and r a considerable quantity of foreign in the course of the week, S which early in the morning wap taken off readily at an ad- Cs vance from 4s. to 6s. p
June 5, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Caledonian Mercury.

Caledonian Mercury.

?? - I.. I p", fffiltlraw , ' EDINiURG It TH'RBSDA2T-JUNB 5. Madras papers have been received to the 20th January.- They contain an official account of the ravages of the Pinda- rees, and of their qsbsequent expulsion from the te itories of the Company, by the activity of the Bri
June 5, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

I) OMS1'1TC INTELLIGENCE. or LONDON, MAY 2 le It aubeqeti pat ofthis da ?? rne is a JoitL1 nlote preisent- 0(d to Ili PL'io'r tuguIes12 Sue)rettirv fl Forei gn Ar Iiidrs. byv (ie dif-rkr- ent puc ers of' EuIropeI. from II ilich it app car', to he 'their in ten- duil ?? -ippctot S
June 4, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE WAGER.

THE WAGER.

THE NVAGER. U P i'-t:n1 ill cock fightittg took great delight Oce t! eel ie) tis tvtt'cr to lmy- .i I. v4* uh w ds% nf together ?? cocksshoiuld not fight, 4 ,m f-2 ?? ?? ot Iher awsy t. . t:; :c t',;tLU t itraction would hrinf !.,iu a.y.t, 4.) C t'i otitztt w8o:ild ptOVc', n i i
June 4, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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TURNPIKE from SCOLK to BURY. ~KTOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the Trustees will be held, by

TURNPIKE from SCOLK to BURY. ~KTOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the Trustees will be held, by

adjournment, on Thursday the i2th of June next, at Eleven ofthe clock in the forenoon (that being the sccrnd Thursday in June, the day appointed for the General Yearly Meeting, agreeable to the directions ofthe Act) ut the Crown Jun, in Botesdale ; at which il is requested that
June 4, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
COURT OF KING'S IJENCH.-Tnun.DAY, Juu«s.

COURT OF KING'S IJENCH.-Tnun.DAY, Juu«s.

tiim xt vr, versus wooller. The Defendant, Wooller, was charged as the authot and pub- lisher of a libel m a weekly paper, called the Black Dwarf; the libel we stated at the time he was brought up tv plead. It was an article containing Strictures on the Conduct of me Ministry, «
June 6, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Clje sa£arfcet&

Clje sa£arfcet&

CORN EXCHANGE, Monday, J.'neS, 1317 We had a tolerably large- arrival of Wheat fro., our own coasts, and some quantity of fure.gn r. maiaine over troin last week. Much higher prices were asked in the e-.rly part of .be morning, but our buyers seem di-incluied to purchase al tiie
June 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
sporting.

sporting.

STATE OF Tti U OWM. —ASCOT H-tATf-. (i__is -iv'i rue*. ) . * . .v. „ . <>A , t-.A-l>s, 3fo _ .nr-iins* Rrarecmvl. i.w> 1 against aay other. 1 io 2 Rhod.i. J 100 GUINEA* STAKKS. T.va to one xgninat (jaselle. ST. I. recti sTAIC-i. sto I against Whiirlock. 11l to J. ngijigst lldiab
June 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE- MORNING CHIR ONICLE. LONDON: SATUrDA Y, JUNE 7, 1817. It appears by the regular report from the Agent for t LLoYD's at St. Thomas's, by the last packet, that in e the ten weeks preceding the date of the report, 198 h vessels had cleared out with goods for the Spanish Co- lon
June 7, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England