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PRIGE OF STOCKS, October 11.

PRIGE OF STOCKS, October 11.

-Bank Stock ?? | Bonk Long Aouu*"*ies -0| i per Cent. Red. BH| j India .Sidck S peeCt.-(*oris. ; B-ii . 'fi India Boud*lf*lBpHi . t per Cent. J Kxcbeqiier Bills _A 30 34 .*• avi 5 pei Ct. Wiii ) Coosols for ac. t 4 * LONDO>"
October 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ELOFEME^T A^D DUEL.

ELOFEME^T A^D DUEL.

On Wednesday morning;, _V!i_s S n, * yrtnrg L*:dv, highly accomplished, ihe daughter of a .M. rc!i-int,"deceaseri,"and who is entitled, under her father's will, to a considerable tor-une when she comes of age, quitted her brother**. h*;i_se, with whom she resided, in the tie.grh
October 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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»• Admiralty Cf-j/ice, Oct 15. " ?IR — Haying la?d before ray Lords Commis -miners of the Admiralty, your letter of tliis day's date, sneg- sting, by direc- lionof the ?? for vjii:i;igieg the Aft aim of Lloyd's, the e> pediruey of tint soiue ship . i>f war viith provision- and v
October 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
RETURN PRICE OF GRAIN.

RETURN PRICE OF GRAIN.

RETURN PRICE GRAIN. HOARD SHIP UNDER. 475..t©..5te 1 IB* ditto pa- An fit* Polish Wheat . Bay? Bad** ............ .. «^.t0..14a H6e..t0..». , rfiTO 40b..t0. 415. Oporto..©*. 70a..t0. Tea ™,,; to., 100 Hog Pease j*. .to. ,40b , -**«..to.e SSfft" Mi.i0..44. iW 4ha..t0..4V40 gf* .--
October 10, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FAIRTHORN, near BOTLEY, HANTS. GODWIN respectfully informs (he Puh- 9 lie, thai valuable FARMING EFFECTS in Live and Dead Stock,

FAIRTHORN, near BOTLEY, HANTS. GODWIN respectfully informs (he Puh- 9 lie, thai valuable FARMING EFFECTS in Live and Dead Stock,

improved Agricultural lin -and general Husbandry Requisites, with various other Property, at Fairthorn, the occupation Mr. offered for SALIC AUCTION, early the ensuing mouth. Descriptive.particulars will given next advertisement, and catalogues will be regularly piepared Oct. 18
October 20, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
GLOBE INBUBANCE, M-Man Cort.Ul. Fire, Life. •»*■» ith All persons whose Insurance with IhU Company become due at Michaelmas next,

GLOBE INBUBANCE, M-Man Cort.Ul. Fire, Life. •»*■» ith All persons whose Insurance with IhU Company become due at Michaelmas next,

r take notice, that Receipts for the Renewal t OTeof are !,ow ready for delivery at the Company s fiiccsi No- SO Pall- all, and No. 5, Cornhill , , the hands their respective Agents in the county. Insurances due London, 24th Sept. 1817. AGENTS. . , r- Huntingdonshire. Lincoln.!"
October 10, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
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October 31, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Capital TRENT BANK HAY, at GIRTON, near NEWARK. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, A STACK of well-got HAY, containing

Capital TRENT BANK HAY, at GIRTON, near NEWARK. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, A STACK of well-got HAY, containing

upwards of 30 Tons, with the privilege Three Crewyards and Shed, till Old Lady-day next, to consume it in.—Also the Eat of a quantity of Straw, till the same period. For price, &c. apply to Mr. Selby, of Girton aforesaid. KICKER, Lincolmhire, To be SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. Matthew K
October 31, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BIRTHS.—At Stapleton, near Bristol, the Latly of Henry Jones, Esq. of a son.— Mrs. J. Venn, of Highbury Park, Islington,

BIRTHS.—At Stapleton, near Bristol, the Latly of Henry Jones, Esq. of a son.— Mrs. J. Venn, of Highbury Park, Islington,

of a still-born child. MARRIAGES-—At Great Marlow, Francis, son ofthe Rev. Edward Smxdlcy, of the Sanctuary, West- minster, Frances Sarah, youngest daughter of Geo. Ellison, Esq. of Alfred House, Great Marlow—At the Protestant Church St. Pierre's, the Island of Guernsey, Thomas
October 6, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Portsmouth, Portsea, & Gosport.

Portsmouth, Portsea, & Gosport.

Saturdav, Oct. j His Majesty's ship Lyra, which brought tbe intelligence the commencement hostilities in India, was compelled put into Biutry Bay for supplies, her stock provisions being nearly expended, owing to the delay she experienced beattug against adverse winds. The Lyra
October 27, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England