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Security combined with Profit. SUFFOLK and GENERAL COUNTRY Smtcabie insurance ©ifice, A GAINS TLOSS FROM FIRE • PATRONIZED BY His

Security combined with Profit. SUFFOLK and GENERAL COUNTRY Smtcabie insurance ©ifice, A GAINS TLOSS FROM FIRE • PATRONIZED BY His

Grace the DUKE of NORFOLK, His Grace the DUKE of GRAFTON, The Right Hon. the EARL of BRIS TOL, And numerous other distinguished Personages. 24 DIRECTORS CHOSEN TRIENNIALLY, From amongst the most opulent Proprietors of 1000 Shares. of the NET PROFITS of JL this Office are, at the
June 18, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesoat, June 17

HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesoat, June 17

F.arl GKOSVKNOIt presented a Petition from Chester against a further Suspension of the llabeus Corpus Act. The Bishop of CIIhSTKR observed that a loonier Petition from tlie same Ci;y would be presented 10-morrow In a Committee on the Suspension Continuance Hill, s rood deal of c
June 18, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSK OK COMMONS.

HOUSK OK COMMONS.

Sir F. BURDETT, referring U» hi* question to llie Ht** Lord last night, as to whether ibe notorious Mr. Reynolds uss appointed, or likely to be appointed, toa.ituuimn iwdrr b*»* vernment, said that to-morrow or nest day ne would tmm to Ihe House n Motion oa the subject. Mr. C. L
June 18, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
run nol another tant-na.-e (or the Tower ?-Yes , the Old | Centlemaa ttHout ilmj t1,.., would tome to. and

run nol another tant-na.-e (or the Tower ?-Yes , the Old | Centlemaa ttHout ilmj t1,.., would tome to. and

.lu.l qtaintiiy would n* requittle » did*-r« avenues of Hie Kios-.lreel barrai>s awl the I. slreet.barr. cks. Watson inailo Ins calculation, and «W. tlte me would lie •omelhinfi short of hundred ; but ll»«* pap* usual was ileslro>e<l. & U. niialewiKKl said, •pure rwst litem well
June 18, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
were the Strafford arms, that is the head inn m Wakefield. j. r tnliis great consternation and contusion, he was

were the Strafford arms, that is the head inn m Wakefield. j. r tnliis great consternation and contusion, he was

recognized by Mr. John Dickinson, who had seen him at Dewsbury, and had heard that was a leading man • lt ,he private meetings. Advancing to Oliver, Mr. Dickinson addressed him, and the billowing conversation Mr! Dickinson. —How does happen, Mr. Oliver, that who appear to have t
June 18, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 

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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
 
HEREFORDSHIRE. TO BE, SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A VERY compact and valuable FREEHOLD situate in the Township of Ivington, in

HEREFORDSHIRE. TO BE, SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A VERY compact and valuable FREEHOLD situate in the Township of Ivington, in

the Parish Leominster, the County of Hereford; consisting substantia! harm-house, with the Barn-, Stables, Beasthouse, Cider-mill, Hop-kilns, and other Outbuildings thereunto belonging; together with One Hundred and Seventeen Acres, or thereabouts, Very rich Arable, Meadow, Past
June 18, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
MARRIED.—At near Monmouth, Mr. Michael DaVis, of Farm, Mis* Edwards, Court-y-Bella, near Usk—At Cacrleon, Monmouthshire, Mr CharlesWesscn, linen-draper, of Bristol,

MARRIED.—At near Monmouth, Mr. Michael DaVis, of Farm, Mis* Edwards, Court-y-Bella, near Usk—At Cacrleon, Monmouthshire, Mr CharlesWesscn, linen-draper, of Bristol,

MARRIED.—At near Monmouth, Mr. Michael DaVis, of Farm, Mis* Edwards, Court-y-Bella, near Usk—At Cacrleon, Monmouthshire, Mr CharlesWesscn, linen-draper, of Bristol, Miss Mary Edward*, youngest daughter of Mr. Lewis Edwards, of the former place.—Mr. Cbas. Brothefidge,o: lVft'ord,
June 18, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
VoL. LVII.—No. 17,848.

VoL. LVII.—No. 17,848.

June 18, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC TOPICS.

PUBLIC TOPICS.

The tuo Gcnrral ()leers dismissed from the Service by tie Regal Prerogative. We • have had so. much on both sides iu this
June 18, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England