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Mrt. LAV SERMONS. THE STATESMAN’S MANUAL: or. The tlir lie-it Guide t’nlitical Skill and Furesight; Lay Sermnf addressed to the

Mrt. LAV SERMONS. THE STATESMAN’S MANUAL: or. The tlir lie-it Guide t’nlitical Skill and Furesight; Lay Sermnf addressed to the

higher classes of hocieiy; with an A,- iimi't, ciuitamitjg » and F.ssjy* connected with the - i «t t:ie Inspired Writings. Uy S. T. Coleridge, price i . sewed. , ii.cs»i-,l are yt that sow beside all Waters.’ A SECOND L\Y addressed to the Middle Classes {Society t; • existing Di
June 16, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
iiKRORT OF TI’.Z SECRET CO.MMIITER

iiKRORT OF TI’.Z SECRET CO.MMIITER

iiKRORT SECRET CO.MMIITER I.ord was desirous hive the Report of the Secret Committee produced, as they had r.oiv terminated their labours. The early production of it would a pl eat co: venierce, particularly a.i fens to he followed by the important measure tiie Suspension of the
June 21, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
INDIA SHAWLS.—Warned immediately, a variety of long and square India Shawls, curious worked Muslin', &c.— Apply at EVEIMNGTON'S India and

INDIA SHAWLS.—Warned immediately, a variety of long and square India Shawls, curious worked Muslin', &c.— Apply at EVEIMNGTON'S India and

llritish Shawl Warehouse, 10, Ludgate-street, near St. Paul’s, wh<re the greatest variety are constantly Sale. Ladies, having India Shawls which they may wish to exchange, will find themselves liberally treated. STACK CLOTHS, with POLESand BLOCKS Who would with >ut a Stack Cloth
June 17, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
had preceded them. A second carrwge ,> upon the former, and as it was found Watson flier oft he two,

had preceded them. A second carrwge ,> upon the former, and as it was found Watson flier oft he two,

shout wa*- length set multitude, which lasted several minutes. The Guard at the Tower Gate advanced w]i!. f bayonet* a few yards out the hill receive - nages. These h..ring entered, the tcld’ers retired, mob, after a feeble attempt at another shout, all directions, and an hour t
June 17, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNION-HOUSE, Tunbridge Wells, to LE T, Furfished or Untarnished, for the remainder of the Lease, seven years unexpired ; consists

UNION-HOUSE, Tunbridge Wells, to LE T, Furfished or Untarnished, for the remainder of the Lease, seven years unexpired ; consists

of two parlours, three best Wed-rooms, and one servant’s ditto; good kitchen, &c. with an excellent gar ien ; delightfully situated the London road, one mile from the Wells, and commands extensive prospect. The Furniture may be had on valuation or not.—Letters addressed to Mrs.
June 18, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
nOOKS,ubDKSof PRINTS, ORIGINAL MAN’OSCRII*TS, !Stc.—lly Messrs. KING,at their Great R00m, 38, King-streetjCovenl-Garden, to-Mi>r«ow, JuneSO,and four , following days, (Sunday excepted)

nOOKS,ubDKSof PRINTS, ORIGINAL MAN’OSCRII*TS, !Stc.—lly Messrs. KING,at their Great R00m, 38, King-streetjCovenl-Garden, to-Mi>r«ow, JuneSO,and four , following days, (Sunday excepted)

Twelve, ’HE very select, rare, and curioos COLLECTION .1 of BOORS and ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS, being ihe Library of fomp. Tutt, late of Tavistock-street, Co»ent-Garden, dyceased, and from Ahmad ; among them are the following extremely choice articles, viz. Folio—. Drake’s York, ill
June 19, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMP ERIAL PARJLIAME ,NT. EOUSE OF LORDS. Tuesday, hiee 10.. POOR RELIEF BILL- ,ld, ?? adm itted tltat Gov ertimenit I wkcild srenel' a" I ?? Ciitirlicii of pitlblic sNvorks, bat Ii's was a tine for an tin totile ride. lle said ?? chief ,case; oi I ?? it i'i 'tis ir 1 i Eulaiid we
June 15, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA HOUSE.

EAST INDIA HOUSE.

'-Yesterday a General Court of' Proprietors was 'heldl intt de t~l India House, ?? The Minutes of the last til Meeting being read, the Chairman declared a dividend of 5. per to cent. for the last half year. The Court then appointed a UootI- Of mittee on the Bye-laws, consisting
June 19, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO A GREAT MANUFACTURER, No. 3 0, STRAND. Bo A VALUABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CANDLES I Ca I KNEW a man who on the public stage Made i l his business to rant and rage; Fa Who oft, when low imn purse, would sigh and say Fa Alas! I scarcely can for candles pay !" ff Cleaning his shoes, on
June 19, 1817 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
tforntoitli |HarKfto.

tforntoitli |HarKfto.

Tkuro MarbVbt.-- Rest Wheat 455. Od. Seconds 365. 6d.— Thirds 28s. Od.— Average 365. 00. - Bai- ley 225, 3d.— Oat* 15s. Od. St. Aostrll — Wheat -Bs. to 40s.— Barley 1 3s. to 22s.— Oats 12 s. to 10s. Liskeard.— Wheat (16 gals.) 18s. 6d to 28s. Barley 9s. 6d. to 14s. Od.— Oats (24
June 21, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England