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t 1/- TR EE T. Wood, MOST gratefully ack: owledges favours he has be. n honoured with from Gentlemen of

t 1/- TR EE T. Wood, MOST gratefully ack: owledges favours he has be. n honoured with from Gentlemen of

fhe Law & the Public, and begs to announce his intention to resign his practice Auctioneer, the first day of December next. embraces this opportunity to state, tbat he he has disposed of his situation in King street to Messrs. Dime and Kewley, will feel happy* share of that ronf
November 11, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCREDDINGTON,

SCREDDINGTON,

To be SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, To yield a purchaser Four and Half per Cent. A Desirable Freehold and Tithe-free ESTATE, consisting of Two Closes of Arable Land, called Burton Hill, part Wheat, and the remaining part Clovcr-sceds, lying and being in Screddington, in the county of L
November 14, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SIR BELLINGHAM GRAMMAR.

SIR BELLINGHAM GRAMMAR.

HOl'ftTt, ■VtWt g"raaaaa. of Aoojwy. Cuifoa J**.,, korsLof., faj XimimUGmtt A«-«'«y Lack laaraiaf lea o'clock.
November 14, 1817 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
to the memory of

to the memory of

THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES. 44 *itmd~t th' acclaim of universal praise; 41 In Life's ami Glor.'- fre«hesl bloom, 44 l_ti-.it;. caiue remorseless on nud xuuk her to the t->mb." lord lttileton. Even thus, in the flower of youth — iv the bloom of loveliness — bright with antic
November 11, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
P^ICE QS'BREAD THIS YYfcES.

P^ICE QS'BREAD THIS YYfcES.

P^ICE QS 'BREAD THIS YYfcES. The highest price of the bat Wbeatea Bread throughout tbf metrbpolis,'is stated by the Bakers to be Fourteen- pence lite Quai- *erti Loif.— >o.i.f litikers sell the (iuarieru Uiat fraqi one • ucuoy to twopence ldwer. _ v >• Ib.oz. I v N 4 ?? Peck Lo»f
November 11, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
We have had some tremendous gales of wind this week, accompanied with heavy showers of rain. i lie 1 heat

We have had some tremendous gales of wind this week, accompanied with heavy showers of rain. i lie 1 heat

it e—it will be seen, re-opens on Monday week. Mrs. Hall (late Miss F. is engaged for a few ilights. Launch . —On Saturday last, a fine Schooner intended for the Levant trade, was laohched from the yard of Messrs. Hayes, Urmson, and Edwards, of Frodsham, in this county; on which
November 14, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Sir Wynne is amongst the arrivals at Bath. The Marquis Marchioness Anglesea, are arrived from France. Ev Masse.—The Liverpool Mercury

Sir Wynne is amongst the arrivals at Bath. The Marquis Marchioness Anglesea, are arrived from France. Ev Masse.—The Liverpool Mercury

contains an advertisement for two or three hundred tailors. —Bless us ! what a there must where such number of cross-legged gentry practise their profession ! It is worthy of remark, that there are now more new buildings erecting at Runcorn, in this count}', than was ever known.
November 14, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ceutificates.-not.

ceutificates.-not.

C. Mnrkenzir, f>T*lahav-?trf«t. We»lmin«er, mrrrhan _j> Turlry, K.iit , Sns»PZ, farmfr—W. Chalk, SpwSarnn, hakrr—J. Llewellvn, Weslmorrlaml-buildn-.. AWefHtalf-s»re««, inyuninrc-bn.krr—J. Crimp. Olfa'd. Krai, millrr-J. Angrll, Rr..d.n , dra|«T-r. and W. Hrnsman, Lirerpaul, mrrch
November 9, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
Fraud Prevented.

Fraud Prevented.

T) counteract the m«ny ■tlcmpls th»t art daily made impore «n the uowar, > .pbrioor coropoi'iliiHi, invtead the Gcnnioe D » and Martia. they arc mdured adopt ue» libel in vrhich their tignaturc and addrrvr, 97, High Holborn, U placed to cow-ptcoonsly in the centre of the labcl.
November 9, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Nov. 8.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Nov. 8.

v SCARLETT, E-Q;. The plaintiff, who is an a'torney this Court, brought the present action Mr. Scarlett for slanderous words spoken him the course of cause which was engaged on the northern circuit. The trial of the present suit was had before Mr, Barot Wood, the last assize* fo
November 14, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England