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FOSTER and CHARLES, Joiners, Chair and Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, and Paper-hangers, respectfully inform the inhabitants of Ealkingham and its vicinity,

FOSTER and CHARLES, Joiners, Chair and Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, and Paper-hangers, respectfully inform the inhabitants of Ealkingham and its vicinity,

that they have commenced the above businesses upon the premises formerly occupied by Messrs. New ham and and humbly solicit their pan onage and support, assuring those who may favor them with their orders, that they shall executed with neatness and dispatch, and upon the most mo
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To be LET or SOLI), AN established RAFF and IRON YARD, with an extensive Shed, Saw-pit, &c. thereon ; also

To be LET or SOLI), AN established RAFF and IRON YARD, with an extensive Shed, Saw-pit, &c. thereon ; also

a most excellent Dwelling-house the premises, together with a two-stalled Stable, all entirely new ; situated in Double-street, in the town Spalding, and immediately contiguous to the river Welland.—The Stock and Fixtures may be taken at a fair valuation, and every facility will
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
STATE TRIALS.—GURNEi’s EDiTION* On Wednesday morning next, June 11, uill be jeublished, No. I. price Sixpence, THE TRIALS, at full

STATE TRIALS.—GURNEi’s EDiTION* On Wednesday morning next, June 11, uill be jeublished, No. I. price Sixpence, THE TRIALS, at full

length, of the Four STATE PRISONERS—WATSON senior, HOOPER, PRESTON, and THISTLE WOOD-now in confinement in the Tower of London, on Charges of High Treason. No. 11. will appear on 'Thursday morning, and the Third and succeeding Numbers, each successive morning, till the whole is
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Turnpike Securities foi Sate he SOLD,—SEVEN SEC fifty pat h, 'Hills «>(' i\ w ' District Winch, am! Turnpike it,,

Turnpike Securities foi Sate he SOLD,—SEVEN SEC fifty pat h, 'Hills «>(' i\ w ' District Winch, am! Turnpike it,,

hearing interest five per cent. Also SKtDKri IKS, «.T fifty pounds each, seen. Tolls the Upper District, the interest Apply Mr. Lampanl, \\,, Chester.—lf letter, post paid. ~~ TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHER* TO SOLD AUCTION, GAK.NF.rr, the Premises, t vc.,{ ofJune,lttl7, and follow dax
June 2, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LINES, part of a beamof H. M. S. Brunswick being shivered to pieces bp a shot, from a fragment wbich

LINES, part of a beamof H. M. S. Brunswick being shivered to pieces bp a shot, from a fragment wbich

a shaving box- was made. o'er the I rear'd branchy head* T doom'd to guard the isle on which 1 fed; Then bow'd obedience to King's command, like a giant falling, shook the land : in threat Brunswick's name, with lightning bore Britain's deep thunder tbe Gallic shore : When noble
June 2, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Lucien Buonaparte.

Lucien Buonaparte.

Paris, _ PROTOCOL OF THE Tilt I.I T Present—The Minister Austria de Ricitelieu, Duke Sir Charles Sti art, ' The Minister The Minister VM ' The Conference having been opened this day with their Excellencies the Dukes Richelieu and Wellington, to take into consideration the demand
June 3, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday and Monday's Posts.

Sunday and Monday's Posts.

FROM THE 31, isn* Whitehall, Mat 31, 1817. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased, in the name and the behalf of his Majesty* to grant Ihe dignity of Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, unto the Right Honourable Charles shot, of Kidbrooke, in
June 3, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTH. On Wednesday, at Hale-hall, this coi7nty, the Ijady John Ireland Blackburne, Esq. P. son and heir. MARRIAGES. Wednesday last,

BIRTH. On Wednesday, at Hale-hall, this coi7nty, the Ijady John Ireland Blackburne, Esq. P. son and heir. MARRIAGES. Wednesday last,

at St. John's, Mr. John Mayor, flour-dealer, to Mrs. Sarah Hill, boih of this town. Yesterday week, at Sheffield, Richard Esq of Mount Pleasant, near Bury, in this en to Mrs. Harriet Chadwick, youngest daughter of th«* late Nathaniel Cooper, Esq. of Shrewsbury. On Saturday week,
June 3, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE

THE

CREDITORS of Mr. WESTON, Ruuft. yard Hall, near Leek, are requested forthwith transmit to Messrs. KILLMISTER & CIIALLIXOR, Leek, the partieuiars of their respective demands upon him, it is intended to make a dividend the surplus his Estate and Effects, according the terms of the
June 7, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
jGnicvrTrii.tr. nr.ponr Ton Mir

jGnicvrTrii.tr. nr.ponr Ton Mir

Never was there a more favourable the weather than that which has lately taken place, or likely to attended with more important conseipieines. During the uncommon drought ol last month, the very season in which genial showers are indispensable to the prosperity the crops, vegeta
June 7, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England