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PROVIDENT LADIES The SALE of BLACK GOODS tinues at 37, Oxford-street. The baud consists of the following Goods Crapes, 2s.

PROVIDENT LADIES The SALE of BLACK GOODS tinues at 37, Oxford-street. The baud consists of the following Goods Crapes, 2s.

per Bombazines, from 2s. 6J. amongst them are a few full yard f wide (curiously fine, a bargain); 75 pieces Merino Crapes, iipcrial Netts, from 2*. 6d. per yard ; 250 pieces Black and Mulls, from Is. to2s. 6d.; 300 Sarsnct Cambric at :os. 6d. per dress ; 350 pieces Plain and Twi
November 18, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
per rmts. THE I' PAY AT ONE. l per Cents. 108 fnd. pr. Ex. n.11*(f5d.)19 2! pr. L. Ann. 1-16

per rmts. THE I' PAY AT ONE. l per Cents. 108 fnd. pr. Ex. n.11*(f5d.)19 2! pr. L. Ann. 1-16

iUKR. TUESDAY f-’OV&ittiEH 18. Befon- tliis P*!* 1, ««!)« af o\Sr rca.'lef*. the first par- (^c *•** *°^ mn nw * * l " formed* Thi« efenirtg, at half-past five the reef the Princes* CftARLOTtc wifi reliioved Clareniont. Never, snore will she by h.'r nftMflCC thaishanqing »pot; n
November 18, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
, V. .. J.-, t *'. «l>* Piinttn CuAltLftrt* tf a«Mpen»:oa »o feitivities took place, and order* were gtwen for

, V. .. J.-, t *'. «l>* Piinttn CuAltLftrt* tf a«Mpen»:oa »o feitivities took place, and order* were gtwen for

t>i» etti&Kchmem to appear deep niOuminjj. Lord St. arrived cboo afterward* under timilar circunt* aiancef. Him afternoon, detaclonent* from the Foot Guard*, consisting mm and 10 Officers, arrived here from London, accompanied regimental band of tlie Coldstream Fool Guard*’. The
November 18, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
No. 7838.

No. 7838.

_ A IriffPRECEDEN ED KOVELTY, nov\49 F»miiig »«'«>• Great Uooms. Spring Girdcn* i'i'i.VnoN'S Orijhial Mechanital an.l Exl.inr 1 - ,h boautiTul •fTect* of imitation or Nafrom tb« high-fiutaoeU and the l l * ch»nic»l Figure*, will found gratifying be(.cltyul. . t | - HrprtsentJttu
November 20, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SALES Of ESTATES.

SALES Of ESTATES.

MANOR, MANSION-HOUSE, and wimble ESTATE in SOI.I) Pill VATE CON'I'KACr, very valuable FKEEHOLD ES- I'A TE, con»i»tiug of the Manor Eingriii|li«e, with the IligbM, HoyaUiei, and Appurtenance* upward* of Acre*, abounding with Game. The Manor House called ringlingboe Hall, with Coa
November 20, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
It Js rhu 1

It Js rhu 1

rhu 1 ii iubHJ*.r.inl (1 that there uii cu the Woe nt:ve 1 aiccur Arch’'lcCts are ilirgeiuent and tie. IOALS a NEW 1,0 the Nob r Quality iron, deiive for ineta tisfaction, and N. This nllieries and Sf re Ready Mom •le bouses, whi at Mr. g's, IS. Skinm h, Wliitechapt O THOMAI sure
November 20, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
BENTLEY'S DURABLE SATIN PAPER HANGINGS, which may be renovated by washing, are presented to the notice of the Public in

BENTLEY'S DURABLE SATIN PAPER HANGINGS, which may be renovated by washing, are presented to the notice of the Public in

great variety of new designs, and borders to Correspond, without any advance in price. Apartments hung with this paper, even if the waHs be damp, will retain the beauty of their appearance for many years, and they may all times be cleansed Irotn dirt and grease, by the mere appl
November 15, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

Portsmouth, Nov. 14.—Arrived the Ocean transport, from the J -If rance, the Cape, and St. na. Deai,, Nov —•Thi» morning the wind was south, and several ot the outward'hound turned away, hut the wind baching again to the south-West,they havft all put back.—CanSe down Irum the Hir
November 15, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO THE KDi iOR OF IHF, COLTUEU.

TO THE KDi iOR OF IHF, COLTUEU.

THE COLTUEU. SIR —Owrvinp in tile NfW»j>9per» <liij .lay—iMtinj;, that iJvanwd price* ate drmandej for Lodging* in Windsor, In cjnsequtnce of the Puneial of her Itoyal Highne»» the Princess Charlntre, whicli is to tike place ftn W.-dresds* re*', you will particularly oblige u», a
November 15, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

nsion-hous*.— Thomas Usher, wretched loaklr.g African, but a notorious ragrant, was charged follows: An Officer stated, that while passing through the city he found the prisoner and hackney coachman disputing about fare. The begger, it appeared, ragged and foriorn as lie Was, ha
November 15, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England