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Crials for Dtgl) treason.

Crials for Dtgl) treason.

(Continued from our last.) ACQUITTAL ALL the PRISONERS! Thursday, June 12, at half-past nine, the trial of Watson proceeded with the cross-examination of Castles, who was brought up in custody; the cross-examination continued till one o’clock, after which a number of witnesses w
June 20, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BY Order of the Court for the Relief Insolvent Debtors, the Petition JOHN late of Uppingham, in the county of

BY Order of the Court for the Relief Insolvent Debtors, the Petition JOHN late of Uppingham, in the county of

Rutland, plumber, glazier, and painter, now a-prisonee for debt* in the King’s Bench Prison, in the county, of Surrey, will be heard, at the Guildhall in .the city of Westminster, on the 12th day of July, 1817, at the hour of Nine in the morning! and that Schedule (containing a
June 20, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
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Trials for High Treason. First Day, Monday.—We stated in cur last hronicle that Watson was the first prisoner put on his tri-iL We also gave the substance of the Attorney-General's address the Jury. His speech occupied two hours and half in the delivery. Several witnesses were c
June 20, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

LONUON, Thursday, June 1?, Waterloo-Bridge was opened yesterday for the public accommodation, wilh as much splendour and as it is possible to give to ceremony of this description. A parrvefiiie horse-guards, who had. We understood, been present the battle of Waterloo, went upon
June 20, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE FINANCES.

THE FINANCES.

The Fourth Report of the Select Committee in Finance was delivered Monday. embrace; a view Ist. the total public income and expendiiire i for the ended Jan. 1817. 2d. Of the probable income and expeiidinire "or years 1817 and 18)8 respectively. The Committee sate, that the total
June 20, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 

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Ct I URCtI E ME NT. TO he SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, the ADVOWSON and NEXT PRESENTATION lo (he valuable O

Ct I URCtI E ME NT. TO he SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, the ADVOWSON and NEXT PRESENTATION lo (he valuable O

R V of COR RINGII in the county of Essex, consisting of Parsonage-House, with proper and ennvenieni nut-building-, -1 Acres of excellent Glebe Land, chiefly Arable, and the great and small Tithes arising from about 2.2J0 Acres rich Arable, Meadow. Pasture, and Marsh Landftg the
June 20, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
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r u:t leask. TVTATER-S! L/E Premises, situated near the Com- mercial Docks, Rothcrhithe, having 110 feet frontage to the River, including corn-floors, (at present occupied) dwelling-house, one small ditto, sheds, Ate. being suitable for the ship-breaking or timber trade, there be
June 20, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BRIDGE'S IMPROVED PALE SPRUCE.

BRIDGE'S IMPROVED PALE SPRUCE.

superiority o( this Article, Beverage, far surpasses any thing of the kind ever uflerrd to the Public, being ail the gross and unpleasant qualities of commoo Spruce Beer, at the same time retaining the true flavour and properties of the genuine Spruce; is particularly delicate f
June 20, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ifioulJ l>e rectiVed in .my Coart of fcut lejitlati up.m »uch evulence woul Jbe a'.)i*!ute folly, U nut iomttliing worje.

ifioulJ l>e rectiVed in .my Coart of fcut lejitlati up.m »uch evulence woul Jbe a'.)i*!ute folly, U nut iomttliing worje.

He not mean ol'ject to tRe employment nt informers generally, 1 e«iiecialy oil cnees tlj; .Stste.. AlUn-^tor/.'ra-.l however shewn, that •tich oJinu < pursoits had been generally employed in the nnlat odious Ciovcrnirients, and should jn case resorted to without the utmost cauti
June 20, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Mr C. I,a bin observed Dial the worthy '" had no. said much behalf of »..d he supposed it was

Mr C. I,a bin observed Dial the worthy '" had no. said much behalf of »..d he supposed it was

because could not recollect any thing in their favor. had indeed said .iat they had brought Hie war to glorious isiue.-such t sue he remenibeted Lord Stanhope twenty years s.nce. Glory it was in abandandf.such as had produced measures which made dissatisfied from oneeud to the o
June 20, 1817 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England