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C >t oJaae 10.

C >t oJaae 10.

>t oJaae 10. ALLEM Br**tends (iu,ldlhrtl-wnot. the nari»h Saint Paocras Mmdteae*. lfßol Bumrxter and Stth. and fillnte. arwtevvft. at (• MKlhill, I, mdtHi. S4. Mr. Arron-iuith. t Vvonehlrc^trcet, Ou.vn.r ,uar>'. •ca’ed Pet. Cr«. SaannH K»0. B«l (Jen. If.jKin. lder, and THoma« Fin
June 16, 1817 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

• MONDAY, June 9.] The Poot Removal Bill was a third time, and passed. The Chancellor of the Exchequer proposed a grant of 4000?. a year to Lord Colchester (the late Speaker) and 80001. his next heir. Mr. H. Sumner proposed that the first sum should be 5000^.r—This was opposed b
June 16, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
SUMMER CIRCUITS.

SUMMER CIRCUITS.

Home—Lord and Mr. Justice Dallas. Norfolk— Ld. Chief Justice Mr. Justice Abbott. Northern—Ld. Chief Baron Richards and Mr. Baron Wood. Western—Mr. Baron Graham and Mr. Justiceßurrough. Midland—Mr. Justice Bay Icy and Mr. Justice Holroyd. Oxford— Mr. Justice Park and Mr. Baron Ga
June 16, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
SALISBURY.

SALISBURY.

MONDAY. JUNE 16, 1817. Berkshire County Meeting of the freeholders, gentlemen, and clergy of the County was convened at the County Hall, Reading, on Tuesday, in consequence *>f requisition made to the High Sheriff, for the purpose of petitioning Parliament to reject the proposit
June 16, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BA IFTLE OF WArERLOO, &c. XY FULL, Authentic, and Circumistantial Ac- ! 1. count ofthe Meniorable BAT'T'.E of WATERILOO, just comoleted, in Seven Parts, pride sa. each, or, in boards, price only 24s: elegantly printed in Quarco. and embellished bwith Twenty- one beautiful Engravi
June 16, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Has half her Cargo actually on board, and will sail in a few Days-—Direct for GENOA LEGHORN, or LEGHORN and

Has half her Cargo actually on board, and will sail in a few Days-—Direct for GENOA LEGHORN, or LEGHORN and

GENOA, 'f j¥f- THE remarkably fine, fast-sailing Brig JfcSaS*. SISTERS, Al. Johu Ramsey Cullen, Commander, Lying Alderman's Chain. Burthen 121 tons, For Freight or Passage apply JACKSON and MAUDE, Water-lane, opposite the Custom-house; John's Coffee-house, Combilli and in Exchan
June 16, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At GAHRAWAY’* COFFEfe-HOlfSEj COHNHILL, Ob THURSDAY, the Inrt. Two, FOLLOWING GOODS; VIZ, 105 Elephants Teeth, 'in hond, per the James

At GAHRAWAY’* COFFEfe-HOlfSEj COHNHILL, Ob THURSDAY, the Inrt. Two, FOLLOWING GOODS; VIZ, 105 Elephants Teeth, 'in hond, per the James

and ■lutm, from Africa $OO Ditto Ditto per the-Proviccnce, from Rio Canisters Oil Joniper. duty paid 10 Tons Brazil Wood, in bond 25 Cases Liquorice Juice, damaged 8 Casks Pink Root Ditto 16 Dags Yellow Berries Chests Foreign Soap, duty paid Catalogues which will be timelv deliv
June 16, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
mm iii.THE PRINCE REGENT'S COURT.

mm iii.THE PRINCE REGENT'S COURT.

mm iii THE PRINCE REGENT'S COURT. On Saturday, at three o'clock, t!*e Prince Re- gent held a Court at Carlton House. Previous to its commencement, his Royal Highness gave an au- dience to the Duke of Wellington, upon his arrival in England. His Grace was most graciously re- ceive
June 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

EXPRESS. Nig/us London Gazelle. —-non Lord Ofhce, June 9. WER .Majesty will hold a Drawing-Room KM. the Palace, on Thursday tbe 26th instant, two o'clock.
June 16, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER. be SOLI) AUCTION, by T. -B- Godwin, on the Premises, South«;ate-street, Friday the 20th day uue, —An Assortment of

WINCHESTER. be SOLI) AUCTION, by T. -B- Godwin, on the Premises, South«;ate-street, Friday the 20th day uue, —An Assortment of

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of bedsteads, with neat furniture, good beds and bedding, dimity curtains, sofa, dressing tables and glasses,.set convenient dining tables, pair of handsome card tables, Pembroke and claw work tables, mahogany napkin-press, room carpet baizes, nea
June 16, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England