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VENEZUELA

VENEZUELA

By _the fall of tlic two _GunyannB , and _the _capture of the _fleet , _on _immense amount of property has devolved to thc'Patriots . Oiving to the _events of the war , tile export _trade fro ' m _tl'e _Priiioko lias _been _iHniost stationary . _Large _quan _^ ties of _pro- ducc
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_EfISTLE

_EfISTLE

_rilOM _THB-CIl—Cp _. L——B _. OF _THE _EX—( _I—11 TO LORD C—STL—CH • , , _Dublin , _August . 20 . I _' TC arrived without peril , my _dear C—sti—gh , _) n _the , Land qf ,. Pota _, toes , quite frisky and . _gay . Oi _' _oll'couiltrius on earth _, _tin ' s I most _wis _. _h'd to
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

_WEDNESDAY , _October 8 . " _WINDSOR _CASTLE , Onl . 4 . " _TUB KING _' S _HEALTH . —His _Majesty _coutinues to enjoy a good state _of bodil y liealth , arid ' has _been _very composed through tlie last _mouth , but witliout _liny diminution of his disorder . " ( Signed by _the
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I _DUBLIN MAKKETS . —The _increased . _decree of nniiiiation which we _noticed in our Corn _Market _fast _week lias

I _DUBLIN MAKKETS . —The _increased . _decree of nniiiiation which we _noticed in our Corn _Market _fast _week lias

con-Itioucil during _the present . . _Grain _is purchased _readily for cx-[ por tntion , and is gradually _advancing in price . —The demand I ' or Irish Wheat is considerable , and Oats go off very freely . _Flour is by no means the heavy article which it lately _wis . _The _hol
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
nUCES OF _THE PUBLIC FUNDS , _October _& _to S . T _/ iurs . _Friilait . tSiitur . _Slon

nUCES OF _THE PUBLIC FUNDS , _October _& _to S . T _/ iurs . _Friilait . tSiitur . _Slon

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October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RAUD 3 AT LIVERPOOL

RAUD 3 AT LIVERPOOL

'In _April'last , a person named S——— , _who _is now in Iceland , _purchased a common river flat at Liverpool , _and _having _altered _her so as to obtain a British _register , and a _licence for a _sliding bowsprit , _rigged _her in some degree _like a sloop , _preserving _howe
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_ATROCIOUS RF . _VEKGE . _—We _have to relate _one of those _dreadful instances of _desperate _depravity which _reflect _disgrace

_ATROCIOUS RF . _VEKGE . _—We _have to relate _one of those _dreadful instances of _desperate _depravity which _reflect _disgrace

, not _merely on tlic _age , but _on human nature itself . On Friday _• se ' niglit , about _one o ' clock afternoon , a _Welshman , named DAVID _OWEN , a _cow-keeper , came to town from Edmonston _, and _proceeded to tlie _house of one _JONES , his _brother _in-law , who is nis
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_MISCELLANEOUS

_MISCELLANEOUS

_MANSION-HOCBI _; . —A _Maltese _Gentleman _applied to the Lord Mayor , requesting his Lordship to furnish him witli such _a _recommendation to _the _Managers of the _different _Theatres in this city , as _could not _fail to _ensure him a . favourable _reception . _The Lord Mayo
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_When we see a public good sacrificed to the _heartburnings and jealousies of _individuals who have always professed devotion to

_When we see a public good sacrificed to the _heartburnings and jealousies of _individuals who have always professed devotion to

the public weal , the first _feeling we would indulge is one of bitter indignation . When we find almost every scheme for amelioration marred or destroyed by want of liberality in tliose who have been loudest in the praise of liberal principles , we are in danger of yielding to
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_Character of _Eugene _Brauharnois _, _—The purest intcsrity , and _a hig h _sense of lionoiir , seem to _have

_Character of _Eugene _Brauharnois _, _—The purest intcsrity , and _a hig h _sense of lionoiir , seem to _have

_characterised nil tlic _transactions of _this _brave man's life . Ho _was _placed in _different situations , _but he ' _never sought to _preserve popularity at the _expense of _Ills _benefactor . His _fidelity was _proved to _be _incorruptible , _and his _courage on all _occasi
October 11, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland