Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 10,381 articles

Dwm*** Q' 1317.

Dwm*** Q' 1317.

1317. tongue. Birt, his'absence, or, during a severe drunken fit, it fi?H my lot to write Orders. As bo.h wrote the same book, he used to look these. He saw commas, semicolons, colons, fuil point*, a'.d paragraphs. The .« he used put to me, in obscure sort way, in order know why
December 6, 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
To WiUiak Haliett, Esq.

To WiUiak Haliett, Esq.

1131 j ground for 'great and very lively nope. It is not your bea ber Lords and your Treasury Members that I look at. One these men, the Spencers or Fitzwilli ams, able to do more good or more harm than a whole, mob of notorious dependants. As to the Grenvilles aad Wynns, and su
December 13, 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
IH4]

IH4]

frhnids for the whole Regiment, ety at least, wr great part Then, when Regiment returned from abroad, and stood in need recruited, it was the uniform ticcj it had been the origrnal lnteti« v tion, to march it home to its bounty where all the survirora war ofr pestilence, or of ha
December 13, 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
literature. BOOKS Jn the Press, and recently published by Rest Fesser, Paternoster- Row, London. Z A POLY A ; Christmas

literature. BOOKS Jn the Press, and recently published by Rest Fesser, Paternoster- Row, London. Z A POLY A ; Christmas

Tale, in two Parts. The Preludv, entitled “The Usurper’s Fortune;’’ ami the Sr.QOEt., entitled The Usurper’s Fate.” S T. Coleridge, Em;, price s». 6d, sewed. BIOURAPHIA UTERAKIA; or, Biographical S. T Sketches of my Literary Life and Opinions Coi.kiudcs, Esq. rots. \l. Is. hoard
December 9, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ADDRESSES OF CONDOLENCE

ADDRESSES OF CONDOLENCE

Tuesday nlglitN G.izrue confaiiis Addresses of condolence to the I'rincc Regent, from the Schoolmaster* of Dumfennline, from the township Stourbridge, from the city of Waterford, and from the city York corporation, and also from its Inhabitants generally; from Burtoa-upoi;-T ren
December 9, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SOUND LIST.

SOUND LIST.

from To 15.'Roieliill, Peteraburg Cromarty hemp Crown, Barker Dido London ditto Acorn, Reynold* Hull Meniel aundrie* Nov. 15.—The uownward-hound iaiftd a* toon : the upward-bound haae likewise prnceedrd. , { Tbeti«, Kullman, of and to Wa«a from Hull, loit jj predericktvark: carg
December 9, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WAGER.

THE WAGER.

t» who in rock-fighting tool, great Once offered this w:igt rto lay— That when out down together the cocks should not Jlut run firum each other away ; For that greater attraelion wortld bring Than they other would prove, A charm alluring, that round the wide ring They should fol
December 30, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CATTLE MARKET.

WAKEFIELD CATTLE MARKET.

Our market war eitremeiy well supplied witli good fa{ beasts, and having many buyers lor the approaching Chiistmas, the whole wete sold at prices full at dear rite preceding market. Gtewl sheep were scarce, several shillings dearer. Average price Corn F.NGt.sno and Walks, tiom t
December 23, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
mgHHk** Hu Gnat Britain and Ireland. IfJffpWfc* • «i TheP«£ition offiotlfeyhs thiCotiMj siding at North UamMteaa v,:7 io the State

mgHHk** Hu Gnat Britain and Ireland. IfJffpWfc* • «i TheP«£ition offiotlfeyhs thiCotiMj siding at North UamMteaa v,:7 io the State

17th October, Most humbly * That, next after the present si tatlion of England herself, the object the most iotetflitfng to every well ed and patriotic your Petitioner humbly presumes beneve, be (he present situation the . . v*» ✓ . • * . - Sp»oi*l» Coioniea in aeries 4» wM»« ■
December 27, 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
iiidWlifcti City Contains und eighty thousand inhat^fehftf&Wles^d’#r 9 ffia t no winter fk' dure clothes tie fields ; tWcropsVf ady

iiidWlifcti City Contains und eighty thousand inhat^fehftf&Wles^d’#r 9 ffia t no winter fk' dure clothes tie fields ; tWcropsVf ady

kind of European grain £ lity, made, in the same year, to succeed each other the sa'me plot 6f and even two crops maise, or Indian corn, while one crop of tliis iat- »v ' I ter gram Is the that can, eren j '* •* with difficulty, be raised io the Nprthem part the United States. I
December 27, 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England