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From the Observer.

From the Observer.

The case for the prisoner being closed, the Solicitor General replied in a speech of three hours and a half. One of Jury now addressed the Court, and said that he trusted his fellow Jurors and himself would not be detained longer than was necessary. They had now been kept from t
June 17, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
,To SOLD AUC'ITON/ ' the June. f« " PAM, b, valuable well-bred £ iime ' d Put tester. fcabds, stone

,To SOLD AUC'ITON/ ' the June. f« " PAM, b, valuable well-bred £ iime ' d Put tester. fcabds, stone

and May -sen J*** Veterinary Surgeon, re . Also other HORSES, well j at the same t ' '' , —-** ' \ TobeS^vAOcriON, business; Pollirat Quantity and Handkerchiefs. Shawls, L-ben P.-^ s, and book and Prints, ■ curedl silk and kerseymere Shaw Is, . Rooms, - i May be viewed, and cata
June 17, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HE AS, by decree of the High Court of Chancery, dated the 30th day of November, 18,5, made in a

HE AS, by decree of the High Court of Chancery, dated the 30th day of November, 18,5, made in a

cause Freemen and others against Fairlie others, was, ampngst other things, ordered that James Stephen, Esquire, one the masters of the said court, whom the said cause was thereby referred, should enquire aod state to the court whe -.va-- the heir law Samuel Oldham, heretofore C
June 17, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday Posts. LONDON, Tuesday, June 17. STATE TRIALS. Acquittal of Watson and the other State Prisoners. THE trial

Sunday and Tuesday Posts. LONDON, Tuesday, June 17. STATE TRIALS. Acquittal of Watson and the other State Prisoners. THE trial

of the elder Watson concluded yesterday his Acquittal; and the uther prisoners were also acquitted this morning* the Attorney General refusing bring evidence against them. When the Jury returned into Court with their verdict, Mr. Richardson, the foreman, came forward. The Office
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Trtsh News.-A Weekly Newspaper, ent.tied, the Sunday I/eeman's Journal, now pubtishrd at the «>ih«.e, 1«, Dublin, and well worth attention

Trtsh News.-A Weekly Newspaper, ent.tied, the Sunday I/eeman's Journal, now pubtishrd at the «>ih«.e, 1«, Dublin, and well worth attention

<-i connected iviih Ireland, interested its concerns.— Its distinguishing pecf.i'arjiies ar?,industry in c<jiiec'ing news relating to countrv, and rigid narrating facts which is its duty before the public.—The u-i--aual subscription is «.nlv 1!. Bs.; half-yearly. 3--. and quarte
June 19, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
the Editor of the Cheltenham Chronicle. Sir, —As I do not mean sign my real name, I may venture to

the Editor of the Cheltenham Chronicle. Sir, —As I do not mean sign my real name, I may venture to

tell yon, that just turned of nineteen, and from certain observations of one sex, and the sneers the other, I think inav, without presumption, pique myself upon a good figure, and tolerable features. arrived in this charming place about a week ago, with two rich maiden aunts, wh
June 19, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
~ - «== i TO BE DrSPOSED OF. THE PRACTICE SUKOEOX and APOTHECARY, who hat refiJrJ many years in a

~ - «== i TO BE DrSPOSED OF. THE PRACTICE SUKOEOX and APOTHECARY, who hat refiJrJ many years in a

rcfpectabis Town SunaerfMlhire, anil now withes retire. The fltuation welt worthy the attention of the Prolellion. A comfortable Dwelling Hoiife, with FielJ attached to it, may alfn be purchafed, a Grntlera.m defirous of eftublilhing himfelf in the above btiftnefi. Apply, letter
June 19, 1817 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Further Suspension of The Habeas Corpus Act.

Further Suspension of The Habeas Corpus Act.

■ 1 CHESTER PUBLIC MEETING. Iu oui last page give an accurate Sketch of the proceedings in our Exchange Hall, on !• ridav last, on the subject of petitioning against the Suspension of the Habeas Coipus Act.—lhe observations which precede it, are what appeared in second edition o
June 20, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SCOTCH NEWS.—JUNE 20.

SCOTCH NEWS.—JUNE 20.

Our Annan correspondent says, the run of herrings thus far up the Firth has partially continued for the last three weeks, the number caught, however, is trilling; but they exceed in weight and quality any that have been taken for many years past. ' I weighed one Saturday last—it
June 21, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
TITHKS TO T.KT,

TITHKS TO T.KT,

TO T.KT, BP. LET, for Ter-n A of Vear§,—All and liozulftr the and SMALL TITHES annually arum*:, grow, ing, increasing wilhin tl>e Parish about mtlci from Pcorilh, in Ihc Count) Cumberland. Particulars known on application Mr. LOWKY, Solicitor, in Curliile, win* wilt receive Propo
June 21, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England