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I.F-.VD MINKS,

I.F-.VD MINKS,

On the Order of the Day for the fecond reading of the Bill for making Dead Mines rateable to the Poor's Rate by aflcflineiu on the proprietor. Sir Clarlti f«id, that had no objection whatever to have that fpccics of property made rateable in the fame way coal mines were. There w
June 3, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
The EAST ISDIA TRADE.

The EAST ISDIA TRADE.

The trade to the East Indies being now open to public competition, the following List of Articles usually imported into that country, from Great Britain, may serve a guide to merchants and other shipping Goods for that quarter of the globe: Ale uml Porter, both in casks and bott
June 10, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
cm m. *• co>s s.

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m. *• >s s. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. SATURDAY, Al.tr 24. (Sittings after Term before Mr. Juftice D-u-laj and Special Jury.) GENERAL GBU'iITHS VCriUt BROWN, ESQ. Mr. Hoi laud opened the case, and stated that it was an action lor criminal conversation, in which Charles (irifliths. Es
June 3, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LAST SHIP THIS SEASON

LAST SHIP THIS SEASON

For Quebec, vith Passengers onhf, 'A—v r 'f J, t-**ilmg Ship, EAGLE, f!l4 Tons Register, HFNI.FV, Muter, ■*' WHI positively clear Thursday nest. To secure places, apply the Master, on board in the Old Dock; to WID. HOLLINGWORTH A lIOLDERNESS, Hpt.t., June 20th, 1817. Exchange Du
June 24, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TlE' MORNING CHRNIIICILE. L 0 N ]) () N: '1ilUluslJ- r, ItrAxl.' 12, 0ISI. 0 t' By arrivals at Liverpool, letters were yesterdlay re- 1 ceived in town front Bahia to 1Ith April, and Maran- .; hamn to 20th. In the former place the greatest alarm c prevailed with regard to the Negr
June 12, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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June 20, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - 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
 
KING'S THEATRE.

KING'S THEATRE.

KING'S 'Io-morrow velli rng will be lrficrined lozaart' cticbrated (penaentitle lf. TiON GEOV.ANNI. AftLr tile Opera. tlec fasoitrite lillet, entitled I.A 1) XSO(MAN I11. On 'l'i'k irscly, a gr:cnld Concrtovith licitctiolnslby ?? I.'l'almn; ailnd 'tladetmnojielle Georges. Vivant
June 16, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALES BY AUCTION. Valuable Books, the Property of Mr. Samuel Bagster, (who is removed from the Strund to No. .5, Paternoster-row).-By Mr. SAUNDERS, at his Great Room, No. 39, Flcet-s-.reet, on Monday next, Four following Days, at half past twelve, ?? complete SET of HEARNE'S 'r N
June 14, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL A Court of Common Council of the City of Jion- don was held on Thursday. pursuant to requisition, to take into consideration the alarming intimation of the intention of Ministers to propose the farther sus- pension of the Habeas Corpus Act. The requisition
June 5, 1817 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England