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NERVOUS DISORDERS, ASTHMATIC and Comj'laint-*. Porerty of and Old Coughs, So* Cordial BALM of GILEAD Stands pro-eminent, all Toward Decays, Lowness of Spirits Debility Uelitntion in either Set. its success unparalleled, and its fame universally o‘i;d>lisl»«sL .1. WAKE, Whitehave
June 17, 1817 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
After «Sorr M-lilcli Mr. TVnnr't. Sir J. Graham, Mr. and I.nrd C >chranc participated, tin? motion was agreed to; was

After «Sorr M-lilcli Mr. TVnnr't. Sir J. Graham, Mr. and I.nrd C >chranc participated, tin? motion was agreed to; was

al*>o another mnii-»n made Mr. for copv ment betwc Viscount Gan.f? and the Commissioners Woods, for the Purchase High Estate, in the county Gloucester.” Message from tin* T.orJs announced their Lordships* assent the Exchequer Hills Hill, Poor Employment Hill, be. Pens* June —The
June 17, 1817 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
CLERGYMEN MAURI F.t>.

CLERGYMEN MAURI F.t>.

Rev. J. Lukin, rector of Nutshaling, Catherine Ann, daughter the late John Lsq. of Bray, Cornwall. . Rev. Manrise Smelt, rector ot Slmdon and Bmsted, Sussex, to Miss Williams, Kenninglon, Surrey. At Newport, Isle of Wight, the Rev. John Coates, to Lydia, youngest daughter of Mr.
June 21, 1817 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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June 15, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Jj;t. POTII El( Cl ILL'S NERVOUS DROPS

Jj;t. POTII El( Cl ILL'S NERVOUS DROPS

Jj;t. POTII El( ILL'S NERVOUS DROPS This Medicine lius known li&lf century for its efficacy every iUscri(tiiou Nervous iJisttrdsri, and verious affections, Lowness »i Spirits, Head Aches, Loss of Appetite, lud'gexiion Spasms, ilypochundr acism. Languor, Anxiety Fainting: Fits, am
June 15, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
AND Printed and Published, for the PROPRIETORS, by JOHN CROWDER. Ne I*’ WAUirirK-sartiT,* r 7 y ' ZJ/T I • T Pjtk'nostmr.row. London. Advertisements, Articles of 4*. are received at Lloyd’! Coffees use ■ also at the London Conmercul Coffse-hoose,

AND Printed and Published, for the PROPRIETORS, by JOHN CROWDER. Ne I*’ WAUirirK-sartiT,* r 7 y ' ZJ/T I • T Pjtk'nostmr.row. London. Advertisements, Articles of 4*. are received at Lloyd’! Coffees use ■ also at the London Conmercul Coffse-hoose,

AND Printed and Published, for the PROPRIETORS, by JOHN CROWDER. Ne I*’ WAUirirK-sartiT,* y I T Pjtk'nostmr.row. London. Advertisements, Articles of 4*. are received at Lloyd’! Coffees use also at the London Conmercul Coffse-hoose, FFICE of the COMMISSIONERS for the ISSUE-of eert
June 21, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ft H. fl-' ■> ll ».l .. IcIMIOII Ul profession, gained extensive actice, amidst the most iftspectable and elevated of

ft H. fl-' ■> ll ».l .. IcIMIOII Ul profession, gained extensive actice, amidst the most iftspectable and elevated of

society, begs leave to inform them, that Iris hours consultation,at home, BcrnerV •treet, Uxford-strect, arc from ten till every day (except SurrUays). P.A.ents •eitlVr unable attend, are requested to send small quard'ty their urine, forms lii? judgment many inward mnlamts by an
June 21, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DON HOSPITAL, June 10, 1817. A QUARTERLY GENERAL COURT of the GOVERNORS of this INSTITUTION will here on TUESDAY, the

DON HOSPITAL, June 10, 1817. A QUARTERLY GENERAL COURT of the GOVERNORS of this INSTITUTION will here on TUESDAY, the

17th day of June Instant, TWelve ©'Clock at Noun (by further Adjournment from this Day), to receive (he Report of the House Committeee. and on other Affairs. , JOHN JUNES, Secretary. The Chair will be taken at One o’Ciock.
June 16, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
“ TO MRS. MART NASH,

“ TO MRS. MART NASH,

TO MRS. MART NASH, •* last that unclean spirit-of malice haa obtained a victors over the still gntall voice of God in you and you are become obedient to that malicious and litigious servant malice. You have dragged me from wife and four children, and plunged me into a noisome dun
June 16, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Has considerable part of her Cargo on board. O Pot NAPLES, PALERMO, and ME&riNA, With liberty to forward Goods for

Has considerable part of her Cargo on board. O Pot NAPLES, PALERMO, and ME&riNA, With liberty to forward Goods for

Sicily,at the Ship’s Expense,' . , but at the risk of the Shippers. .feSg. THE remarkably fine, fast-sailing Schooner AreyK AGENOHIA. A 1. Philip Lyde Pomeroy, Commander, Lying off the Tower. Burthen 122 tons—For Freight Passage apply to JACKSON and MAUDE, . .. Water-lane, oppos
June 16, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England