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TO GRAZIERS. , be Shewn for Sale, St. Faith's F»ir Stand, 3 un Monday, the 10th instant, tap Drove Turnip

TO GRAZIERS. , be Shewn for Sale, St. Faith's F»ir Stand, 3 un Monday, the 10th instant, tap Drove Turnip

and Straw Beast*. ALEX. CAMPBELL. Nov. 1317. MILLINERY and DRESS-MAKING. Mis. SHEW ROOMS will re-opened on Monday, thv-lfth inst. upon return from London with elegant variety of WINTER FASHIONS, Pelisse Cloths, ke. j7& E. BENNETT thanks the Ladies of Downham and W\, its Vicinity
November 8, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Meeting of the French Chambers.-New French Laws.

Meeting of the French Chambers.-New French Laws.

Meeting the French Chambers.-New French Laws. AS the proceedings of new parliament in France are not altogether without some interest even in England, and tliey may afford insight into the general temper and knowledge of the continental nations, shall give them our present attent
November 27, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Permission ef the Worshipful the Mai/or. NORTHAMPTON. Nobility, Gentry", and Public in genera!, [ are respectfully informed, TWO GRAND CONCERTS

Permission ef the Worshipful the Mai/or. NORTHAMPTON. Nobility, Gentry", and Public in genera!, [ are respectfully informed, TWO GRAND CONCERTS

will performed at the GEORGE INN ASSEMBLY ROOMS, under the Direction Mr. C. J. ASHLEY, Conductor of Oratorio, Covent Garden Theatre, and Wednesday, December the and Wth, Principal Vocal Perform Miss FRITH, Master DON ALDSON, Mr. GXRBETT, Mr. CHAPMAN, and Mr. THORNE. Principal In
November 29, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

CFrom Saturday's Gazette, NoremberVy). Beckett William Peter, Wakefield. Yorkshire, linen draper, d. c. Nov. 'it, 28, Dec. 27, Sessions house, Wakefield. -Aft. Carr, Wakefield. Cooke John, Fart-ham, Hants, tanner. Nov. 28, 20, Dec. I.ion, Farehaiu.—Paddoa, Kaieham. John, Hudders
November 22, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
The late Mr. JOSEPH LEV. ALL Persons having Claim or Demand the Estate and Effects of the late Mr. JOSEPH

The late Mr. JOSEPH LEV. ALL Persons having Claim or Demand the Estate and Effects of the late Mr. JOSEPH

LEM, Foxley, in the County Northampton, are desired, forthwith, to deliver the Particulars of the same some one of his Executors, viz. .-—Messrs. Isaac Lovell, of Paulerspury; Joseph Lein, of Woodend ; and Thomas Cooke, of Blakesley, order their being examined and discharged. An
November 22, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Lately, iiifn.it Mr. Kingston, of'To-.v-ccste.r. Lately, suddenly, lamented his family and universally beloved his nam friends, Mr. Win. Coliisson, jiin.

Lately, iiifn.it Mr. Kingston, of'To-.v-ccste.r. Lately, suddenly, lamented his family and universally beloved his nam friends, Mr. Win. Coliisson, jiin.

Briickiey.—His memory will ,be long, very long, cherished and respected ail who knew him.
November 22, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CHARLTON KING'S. fO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. NEWBURY, the Plough Hotel, on Thursday Nov. 1817, at three o'clock,

CHARLTON KING'S. fO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. NEWBURY, the Plough Hotel, on Thursday Nov. 1817, at three o'clock,

LEATHER MILL, Garden and Orchard, tythe-frce, situated in the parish Charlton King's, and n»w rented by Mr. William Gregory. Possession may bad at next. October 28th, 1817. A ovel and Elegant Designs in Chintz Furnitures, Merino Damask, Moreens, Sc. At the original Warehouse, No
November 13, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
to correspondents. [Verses on Lord Sid/nouth, SfC. shall appear in our succeeding number.—Q. X. being engaged in compiling a« answer

to correspondents. [Verses on Lord Sid/nouth, SfC. shall appear in our succeeding number.—Q. X. being engaged in compiling a« answer

to Mr. J. B. Drayton, the observations oil him and /lis worthy colleague « deferred, till, the expected publication, more deeply involve themselves.—The elegant complimentary Letter Mrs.lhompson, whose Pictures in Wool are now exhibiting the Town Hall, shall have insertion in ou
November 6, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LONDON MAILS.

LONDON MAILS.

13, to Saturday 15. TOm twelve o'clock last night we received the ■ 4 French Papers of Tuesday, from which we \ subjoin some extracts. We hare given specimen from the Journal des Debats, .• jll ora'ily our readers, of the reflections u-Hnnr national loss has suggested to the min
November 20, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
j\ovel and Elegant Designs in Chintz Furnilures, iMei ino Damask, Moreens, Sfc. At the original Warehouse, No. Higb-Holborn, London, Corner

j\ovel and Elegant Designs in Chintz Furnilures, iMei ino Damask, Moreens, Sfc. At the original Warehouse, No. Higb-Holborn, London, Corner

Great Turnstile, SMITH and Co.Furniture Printers, and Manufacturers, offer the above articles to Families, Proprietors ol" Lodging and Boarding Houses, Hotels, &c. quantities su:tab e for famishing, their lowest whiZ'*- sale town prices, lor ready money.—Tftc designs are new, an
November 20, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England