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TO GRAZIERS. Monday, the lOih inst. there will be Shewn on St. Faith's Fair Stand, several excellent Drove TURNIP a.id

TO GRAZIERS. Monday, the lOih inst. there will be Shewn on St. Faith's Fair Stand, several excellent Drove TURNIP a.id

-THAW BEASTS. TO GRAZIERS. y O shewn for Sale, on the Fair Stand Hales-5 worth, Monday, the 10th instant, excellent DROVE GALLOWAY BULLOCKS, HEIFERS, and WEST HIGHLANDERS. JOHN CLARKE. TO GRAZIERS. be shewn for Sale on Norwich Hill, Saturjf_ tlav, the 15th hint, a capital drove
November 8, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

SATURDAY'S Gazette announces the appointment of Adm. Sir G. Campbell be Groom his Majesty's Bedchamber*, in the room the lale C. Herbert, Esq.; also, A. Ferrier, Esq. to I c. British Consul for Rotterdam, Helvoet, Dordrecht, .Schiedam, and the Brill; —likewise the following- to
November 8, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BLAKENEY & CLEY SHIP NEWS.

BLAKENEY & CLEY SHIP NEWS.

ARRIVED — Blakeney, Thompson, from London, with goods ; Enterprise, Webb, Newcastle, with coals ; Ann. ; Lively Stalling; Valiant, Load-, from Hull, bahasl. SAlLED.—Cruiser, for and Bla'-e ney, Penten, lor Hull, with corn; Hebe, Stalling, for Loudon, with corn and Dour; Lark, Ni
November 8, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Liverpool Imports.

Liverpool Imports.

Liverpool tin ports. A RICA. Neptune, w'.th pal ., oi] 7o tons hnrwnnd 1 ton ebony 175 teeth 11 trnthorse teeth punch* tee* bl 2 half pepper 0 IWMUSMI and Co. FAST INDIES. Wind man, from Calcutta, with ltio saltpetre 23.73 ShagM 23MI bags nop I'-', tl I bags 55 half b.g* cotton "
November 11, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
' ' ■■! ■!■ II II •'■Wi hi.fat hi\(; i>owi)eh. T RISKRVr To be SOLI) by AUCTION, By •Eg This

' ' ■■! ■!■ II II •'■Wi hi.fat hi\(; i>owi)eh. T RISKRVr To be SOLI) by AUCTION, By •Eg This

present Tuesday ihe 11th November, 1817, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at the Auction Mart, King-street, fig ■IM-UUTY casks BLEACHING POWDER kg! In lots to suit the convenience of purchasers. May viewed the day previous and morning of sale Extensile Print Works, ne«r Manche
November 11, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Yorkshire Woollen Cloth Hall, j SALFORI). MONDAY the ofNoveml.er, 1817, the YORKSHIRE, BIRMINGHAM, will expose for SALE the above MALt

Yorkshire Woollen Cloth Hall, j SALFORI). MONDAY the ofNoveml.er, 1817, the YORKSHIRE, BIRMINGHAM, will expose for SALE the above MALt

a Choice and Valuable Assortment Broad Narrow Woollen Cloths, NVaiS C ; rr, Pclicc Cloths, Flannels, Blankets, Cover-Lids, Carpeting, C Lobby and
November 11, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
General Quarterly sih, ISI7. H. 11. BIRLEY, Esq. in the Chair. Resolved Unanimously, jst AT the thanks of this Board

General Quarterly sih, ISI7. H. 11. BIRLEY, Esq. in the Chair. Resolved Unanimously, jst AT the thanks of this Board

be given lo the Gentlemen Theatrical Amateurs, for the exertion of their talents on the 21 »t October last, B which the very handsome and seasonable net re- Hj was obtained for this Charity. That the thanks of this Board are particu- due to the Ladies who were at the trouble X c
November 11, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VSIV Eli SI TV INTELLIGENCE,

VSIV Eli SI TV INTELLIGENCE,

Oxford, Oct. 25.— 0n Wednesday last, the following Gentlemen were admitted degree* : Rev, .T. Stoncrd, M. A. Brasenose College, and Rector Aldingham, the conmy of Lancester and iocese ('he-ler, was admitted Bachelor and Doctor in Divinity, Grand Compounder.— Doctors Medicine; J.
November 8, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE QUARREL THE MONTHS for the ROYAL

THE QUARREL THE MONTHS for the ROYAL

November 8, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
DYEING and CLEANING. HALVES, in consequence W the great Bereavement he has sustained in the Loss of his late Wife,

DYEING and CLEANING. HALVES, in consequence W the great Bereavement he has sustained in the Loss of his late Wife,

teels it incumbent Duty to himself, and a young Family, remove as much as possible undue Impression that may have been made on the Minds of his Friends ami Customers, and inform them, that having engaged additional Assistant from tine the first Dye Houses in London, will continu
November 8, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England