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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Gigues T. and F. Dvrm, Flatly Bridge, Yorkshire, joiners, July 7. 8, Aug. 5, at York. Att. Mr. Addison, Staple hilt. FORSTER E. Rickergate. Cumberland. grocer, July s, 4, Aug. 5, at Carlisle. Att. Mr. Clennell, Staple lan. C. DeLihay-street, Westminster, merchant. July 5, It. Au
June 30, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES,- .e. –

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES,- .e. –

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, - - AtiMl.' SUDDEN DIATN.--Mr. of Hall, and York Theatres, meta most awAtily los the year his age, whilst penosathqDaaset, is the tragedy 01Jc/is-Mere. He dropped down dead ias stags-of the Leeds heater, bating just a:claimed, " Be witness forme, ye celestial
June 30, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
GRE 11. PEDESTRIAN PERFORMANCE,.

GRE 11. PEDESTRIAN PERFORMANCE,.

GRE PEDESTRIAN PERFORMANCE,. Mr. Yee', a yeoman, residing at Mitcham, starter! at (lay break OR %lomlay morning, to go l miles in 24 successive hours, whirh, although often attempted, has sc.orerly ever been accomplished. The pedestrian barked hini.elf for 200 .guineas, and lie h
June 30, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

T HE R M1IRROR OF FASHION. TIl VEiY AGE AM Uossy or Trh.E TRUM, ITS FORM A" PILESSVIIs. . Saturday about two o'clock, the QuEs4 left her Pa- i lace, accompanied by the Princesses AuovarA. and ELIZABrT1T, forthe seat of Mr. C. LoNG, atBrom- 3 ley, in Kent. They were received by th
June 30, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PORTSMOUTH. Victualling Office, June, 1817. THE Commissioners for Victualling his Majesty* Navy do hereby give Notice, That on Tuesday the

PORTSMOUTH. Victualling Office, June, 1817. THE Commissioners for Victualling his Majesty* Navy do hereby give Notice, That on Tuesday the

fth of July next, they will be ready to receive Tenders in tvriting, (sealed J and treat for Two hundred and fifty Chaldrons of COALS (each Chaldron to consist of thirty-six bushels Winchester measure) of one of the following qualities, viz. Sir Henry Vane Temfest's Eden Main, R
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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EDUCATION. Mr. AYLWARD'S ACADEMY, MANOR HOUSE, DROXFORD, Hants, YOUNG GENTLEMEN are liberally boarded, rind grammatically instructed in tbe English, Latin,and

EDUCATION. Mr. AYLWARD'S ACADEMY, MANOR HOUSE, DROXFORD, Hants, YOUNG GENTLEMEN are liberally boarded, rind grammatically instructed in tbe English, Latin,and

Greek Languages Writing, Arithmetic, Merchants Accompts, &c. &c. with the most useful branches the Mathematics, moderate terms. Mr. A cannot omit expressing his acknowledgments to his numerous friends or the very flattering manner which they have been pleased to honour him with
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28. appears, from an official return, that the extraordinary of the Mint the Gold Coinage for-the

LONDON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28. appears, from an official return, that the extraordinary of the Mint the Gold Coinage for-the

year amounts to £40,000. The Com Market continues very depressed : fine Wheat held lately £7. 15s was offered at about six guineas and purchasers. tdjtertaiued is, that the Market ou Monday will open a farther reduction.' * * .On Thursday the Queen held a Drawingroom, which was
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE WIGHT. NEwroitT, June If.— Wednesday, at our market, the price Wheat was £62 18s. 6Jd. per load. On Tuesday, as a young man, butcher, was returning home from market, the cart which he was driving unfortunately overturned, when the shafts fell ouhis throat, and choaked him be
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
JNEW GOLD SOVEREIGNS. SIVj\YVHiGl*T, ihe Contractor for the • Grand Summku Lotti>;:y of 10,400 Tickets, has uiade arrangements for .iccoinno-daiing

JNEW GOLD SOVEREIGNS. SIVj\YVHiGl*T, ihe Contractor for the • Grand Summku Lotti>;:y of 10,400 Tickets, has uiade arrangements for .iccoinno-daiing

every holder of i n^vuHU,,beautiful NEW GOLD COIN Two-thirds Tickets (viz. drawn on the 9th of J • ; every one being eiui'.'.ed to some benefit, will nave the privilege of claiming sjrne .* ivereigns in Tlm ' Sterne, contains FOUR PRIZES'of v »ENT\ THOUSAND POUNDS each,and forme
June 30, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
If* i'ON, £(<*ck-Hroker, returns J grateful to his Friends for their numerous favours conferred upon him, for more tl|an Twenty

If* i'ON, £(<*ck-Hroker, returns J grateful to his Friends for their numerous favours conferred upon him, for more tl|an Twenty

Ve>*rs past, and rsspcctfulJy acquaints tiiem the Scheme of the NEW LOTTERY to begin the 9lh July, may be had gratis as ■above.— There arc several new points which is surc«w>U meet the approbation of Lottery Adventurers, one in particular for Blank? drawn, the tirst day, will ea
June 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England