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bjthe was suggested some the most appeared have been discussed, whether not rhore prudent continue the ; yet, the same

bjthe was suggested some the most appeared have been discussed, whether not rhore prudent continue the ; yet, the same

system was pursued, and Delegate , proceeded froui one place another, through the different loans in the Riding Vorkkhire, iv order to combine mine general plan ot simultaneous operation, the object which to march London and overturn the exiting Govrriimcnt. were lien plunder ti
June 27, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
, Kotivt it hereby Given. pHAT the partner hip lately Wood the cider, Mood the eider smd J/«m,, /tester, Worsted

, Kotivt it hereby Given. pHAT the partner hip lately Wood the cider, Mood the eider smd J/«m,, /tester, Worsted

makers, trading under umfitm D ami Co.; was dwaohvd imitmd ceaeent on tie »X «»t; tied that from that da- th* said businesses hare been and benceforrh Sam, nue to be carried the said tod the elder U^«N »I»«- Denry Wood the ymmeer' Wood, and Wood rr, |»rtn«r-hip toretber. mvder f
June 27, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Sutton Nottinghamshire. SA BE SOID BY,AUCTION* = Bo Mr. BOOTT, At the Anchor Inn, on Saturday the day .Inly next,

Sutton Nottinghamshire. SA BE SOID BY,AUCTION* = Bo Mr. BOOTT, At the Anchor Inn, on Saturday the day .Inly next,

4 o'clock the after, noon, Bates's offer pre v made and accented, of which notice will given , A Freehold Estate, tythe-free, and land tax redeemed, the lordship Sutton Rcnington, the county of Nottingham, containing 7Ba. with convenient farm house, barn*, aud stables, iv the oc
June 27, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TO 4. B. C. in continuation, thall epoear it* our next. The UivHjrom is received, a;:a »..<* tD'tk atteniiw*. be

TO 4. B. C. in continuation, thall epoear it* our next. The UivHjrom is received, a;:a »..<* tD'tk atteniiw*. be

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June 5, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
BANKRUPTS FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

J. Waist.Hotv»ick. \ork, dealer. West, Kingstun fiull, 1.. mtv, Dover I'.cca.lll v, mnvhant. N)UL';iiii)P-t>'B, iniilt-r. E. St. Nicholas, e»'.cr, b.iker. B. chant. J" r. brewer. \V. Ant. v»»niitli, Stafford, ear then waremunulai T. j'tiflersuii, CambctUnd, ii;ii|x;r. iron rchan
June 5, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Weekly Commercial Register.

Weekly Commercial Register.

WEDNESDAY, J 25, 1817. Cur market was abundantly supplied «r*:h >st articles «f litis morning, and the trade .l was particularly dull.—\\ ti rat found but few even lor fine qualities though o.'fered reduction Iron 10s. lis. per quarter, and tor ii.t-. ni ch lower prices hu'jM ha
June 26, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Turnpike Road leading f Biggleswade, through liuchdcii, to A'con'mry Hilt, and from S'litit Neots, through GrtU Paxton, to GodKtuncliesttr. "VTOTICE

Turnpike Road leading f Biggleswade, through liuchdcii, to A'con'mry Hilt, and from S'litit Neots, through GrtU Paxton, to GodKtuncliesttr. "VTOTICE

iicreby given. That all Persons hereafter travelling upon the said Roads, with Carts, or other such Carriages, the Tire whereof shall of less Dimensions than directed by the general Acts of Parliament made, and now in Force, " For regulating the Turnpike Roads," be liable the ad
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
To Millers, CUBIT'S PATENT SAILS. TOHN STAFFORD begs Leave to inform Millers, and others concerned with Wind Mills, that has

To Millers, CUBIT'S PATENT SAILS. TOHN STAFFORD begs Leave to inform Millers, and others concerned with Wind Mills, that has

mad-: Arrangements with the Patentee to ERECT these SAILS, which are-tar superior to any other in Use, having been proved, after much Experience, to have fatly answered their intended Purpose preserving : uniform, steady Motion doner the most uneven Gales of Wind, and keeping en
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
j GREEN FAIR. p TESTER, the While Hart Inn, 8. begs Leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that

j GREEN FAIR. p TESTER, the While Hart Inn, 8. begs Leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that

continues the PUNCH BOOTH, usual, anil hopes, having good ,'vtiNES, <ic. With every other Accommodation, to merit a Continuance of their Favours. Wellingborough, June To Gentlemen Graziers aud others. , , "VTOTICE hereby given. That there will A vcrv LARGE DROVE of DEVONSHIRE OX
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
STATE PRISONERS.

STATE PRISONERS.

morning, as early as half-past six, a considerable concourse people vrore. assembled Tower to witness their conveyance. About seven strong body tlie Life Guard's arrived, an.l soon after, the carriages in which they were destined rcttirrved. minutes after Watson, Hooper, and wer
June 14, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England