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AGRICULTURE, MARKETS, &c.

AGRICULTURE, MARKETS, &c.

4 i.JCU I IR2 , MAA? .ES t 1 . The month of May bas been ak4ad and. .sharp,.wish frequent . higb~wind.lr d ch >g eavy.h'oaI frot.: Some raln bas falleu, but f itg gooi tfecy eine great measure,,prevented by is the iighflyi fr6s,and high winds. Such potatoes aa were up, I bave bee
June 9, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURE, MARKETS, &c.

AGRICULTURE, MARKETS, &c.

i 1. dat WeA. a ?? X ig,,rable chews of black tattle, whei s !, tee 4 higher pricca gi4~.' 04: et~e brisk," At Dunbe tair, on Thursday last, there %was o~ *0~ cattle; tlaise forward in cl(ititonisold Ii 14 well*n ShW , buyers; for ?? cattle a goo dI dctsatd tar Ii at las, per sto
June 12, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

SATURDAY'S LONDONS GAZETTB. II'idteill, Yfay S1, i817. His Royal Higlines. the Prince ?? has been pleaserd, ,n tie name and on dne behaif of his ajesty, to grait the .ignity of a Baron of the Un cited Kingdpom of Great Britain, Pndl Ireland unto the Right HZon. Chrles Abbott, oF'
June 1, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
RAW HIDES.

RAW HIDES.

Best Heifers and Steers (per I Ordsr.ary is 64 to is - 2s Od :0 us rd Calt Is 8 to Is I Eng Horse Ss to vs Sheepskins—Poll_:, Cs 04. to Os 5s 01 t o Sheatlings 74. to sd—lam'„ to 4. SJ.
June 10, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
STATE TaIALS.

STATE TaIALS.

COURT OF NINO'S BENCH, WESTMINSTER. DAY—FitIDAY, After examining the following additional witnesses, ▪ Taror, W. Duke, ▪ Bachanoan, W. C. Ca l4 ,te, F. %%lade! mede, W. Htlf , er, —about halt-past twelve o'clock the case for the Crown closed. Mr. Wet:ter:no then commenced statin
June 14, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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I'l t)Fli ANDEL., MUZAIAT, h. r riiE Aee..ers r.f SAered Music have an e-To.•unity n' COMpellitinrg usual rico. with Pianoforte

I'l t)Fli ANDEL., MUZAIAT, h. r riiE Aee..ers r.f SAered Music have an e-To.•unity n' COMpellitinrg usual rico. with Pianoforte

Accumpartrr..,..o....:l a:ire:int Nrt'llty and .. Gentry ar. :hat 4 :,r.l.EtrrioN of Uyra. is the sante el..rap and from the (Ira' d 11. DON GIUVANIII.--.Speetnirt.• to he at T. Witliane. Van house. aura.., Covent garden.
June 5, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
1 MARCHIOYESS OF SALISBURPS CON VERSAZIONI. Sunday evening the fourth Assembly was held in Arlington street. The company met in

1 MARCHIOYESS OF SALISBURPS CON VERSAZIONI. Sunday evening the fourth Assembly was held in Arlington street. The company met in

the long gallery, on the ground-8-w, about eleven o'clock. The party was enlivened by the presence of the PRINCS His Royal Highness looked extremely well, and conversed with the Ladies with his usual affability. About half-past twelve a sumptuous supper was served up in the grea
June 3, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
WILIVFOUNDLAND TRADE.

WILIVFOUNDLAND TRADE.

Mr. M. A. TAYLOR rose to call the attention of the House to a subject of the uunost importance, deeply connected with the trade and revenue of this country. In the Newfoundland trade there were employed 800 vessels, navigated from this country by no less than 6000 men. All the s
June 18, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
hiR. nrxxorms.

hiR. nrxxorms.

Sir FRANCIS BURD FT gave notice, that he should make a motion to-morrow night on the subject of the pension granted by Government to Mr. Reynolds, of whom had spoken last night. Seeing the Noble Lord (the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) in his place, he begged to ask whe
June 18, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Lisßort.

Lisßort.

a Lis.o.n Mail which arrived yegerday, we ießr: that up to the 3d inst. the utmost tranquillity pre7ailed in that capital. The inhabitants knew little of the conspiracy, and were anxiously waiting the aiiival of the mails from this country, to be informed of the particulars. The
June 18, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England