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the King's Patent. B.v Well kuowu lor cure Coughs Golds, asthmas, ptiOQS. Med.cine, is a,lo»<u Faculty to stain. JL justly

the King's Patent. B.v Well kuowu lor cure Coughs Golds, asthmas, ptiOQS. Med.cine, is a,lo»<u Faculty to stain. JL justly

high repute, having for last > ..ars performed cures unequalled any Medicine tins Kingdom. from Lord Ward, and other* the Mobility, Uier&y, trusses, uiay . ai 3, -square, Iroiu twelve to two utoiuiug, when advice will given ; ti.e lion. Washington Smrly has giveu giatu:tou»iy th
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CEREMONY FOR THE Funeral of the Princess Chactotte.

CEREMONY FOR THE Funeral of the Princess Chactotte.

Wednesday evening, the I9th of November, at o’clock, the remains of her late RfeTAt. litoHn ess will removed from the Lowor Lodge at sst. George’s Chapel, in the following order; hi. vaats and Grooms her Ute Highness of h»« .'kfcnc Highness, ou foot, iu deep mourning. Servants a
November 20, 1817 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MISS BANKS

MISS BANKS

RESPECTFULLY informs her Friend* the Ladies of Hanley, and its Vicinity, (hat her Fashionable Millinery, Dresses, &c. iVc. will be ready lor inspection TUESDAY the ISlh instant# when (heir attendance will e-leemed a favour. Shelton, November 13. Mr. MOUSLEY, resigning his in Tra
November 15, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LOT 3.

LOT 3.

(Of» Oak Tree*. 3 Cy|ilurs. Ash Tree#. Cyphers. This [.ol is growing oh’ the srert Pen!tri<lje. ,
November 15, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

LONDON, Thursday, Nov. 6. Stite of France. —Most the Deputies are ■arrived in Paris. The Elections were supposed to to .Ministers, hot those who are called SBMiuisterial are said to very unmanageable. The are very active and formidable, both in nuin- Iber and talents, in the Cha
November 15, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Corn Exchange, Friday, Nor. 14. We have bad very few fresh arrivals Grain Monday, anil fine New Wheat and prime

Corn Exchange, Friday, Nor. 14. We have bad very few fresh arrivals Grain Monday, anil fine New Wheat and prime

met ready sale higher prices. ley an I'eas are also dearer, and Beans have advanc fall 2s. r quarter.—The Oat trade is brisk, and toll Is. per dearer, in consequence of the very short supply nt market. Wheat, 465. t» 5Ss.; Fine, CCs. 75=.— .-'.5;. 40s.— Rarity, Lis. to 42s.—Malt
November 15, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE, SOLD, PRIVATE CONTR ACT, J. compact ami desirable ESTATE, comprising a very and substantial Dwelling-House, with

VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE, SOLD, PRIVATE CONTR ACT, J. compact ami desirable ESTATE, comprising a very and substantial Dwelling-House, with

Barn, Byers, Stable, ami oilier Onl-oflices, in complete repair, and upwards of Acres rich Arable and Meadow Land, high stale of Cultivation, conveniently divided into Inc Insures, with thriving Quickset Fences, situate at VI IT, about miles soiitli the City Carlisle, and now in
November 15, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CURACY WANTED IN the Diocese of CHESTER, DURHAM, or CARLISLE, by a GRADUATE of the University of Cambridge. A Title

CURACY WANTED IN the Diocese of CHESTER, DURHAM, or CARLISLE, by a GRADUATE of the University of Cambridge. A Title

CURACY WANTED IN* Ihe Diocese of Chester, Durham, or Carlisle, by a GRADUATE the llnivcrsily Cambridge. Title of Orders will be required.—Address C. I). Post-Office, Kelso. wkagmTiik annual hunt WILL be holdeu Wednesday the 26th Instant, WILLIAM NICHOL's, CAUSEWAY HOUSE. The Carl
November 15, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CARLISLE RACES 1818, will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in the Week following Races. FIRST DAY. A GOLD

CARLISLE RACES 1818, will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in the Week following Races. FIRST DAY. A GOLD

CUP of HUN DRED GUINEAS Value, by Subscribers Ten Guineas each, p. p. The Surplus lo paid the Winner Specie. Three Years old to carry 6.?/. 12/6.; Four Years old Bsi. 21b.; Five Years old Bsi. 91b.; Six Years old Aged Bst. 12lb. Three Miles. Mares and Geldiugs to allowed 3lb. To
November 15, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY, Till• PARTING. Now while the ship anchor rides, While yet watery world dividts, ! why should idle doubts

ORIGINAL POETRY, Till• PARTING. Now while the ship anchor rides, While yet watery world dividts, ! why should idle doubts

destroy The few short moments of our joy heed them not:—let. those who kneel worship which thev cannot feel; With whom, should one weak spark The blast can fan other fire; Still o'er tales that absence shakes The faith it nourishes and makes! When lnos'd—too soon—the signal sail
November 15, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England