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PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE INTERNAL STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE INTERNAL STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

These papers chiefly consist of letters and reports to Lord Sidmonth from the local authorities in Lancashire, Cheshire, Yorkshire, Warwickshire, Durham, and Renfrewshire in Scotland; which include accounts of the Manchester meeting, and of the disturbances in Glasgow and Paisle
December 6, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
PRICK STOCKS SATURDAY. 3 per Ont. Red l'Hi END, dating IS11» Nov., most welcome. We are much obliged lor iletter

PRICK STOCKS SATURDAY. 3 per Ont. Red l'Hi END, dating IS11» Nov., most welcome. We are much obliged lor iletter

; and are sorry ever liurt feelinjjs, however sliohtly, one who appears so earnest the cause freedom. have to apologize the Correspondent wlio favoured with some books 011 iVidav, for having hitherto noticed . the counter-protest to liiHt paper stoned by Spanish Gentlemen agains
December 6, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

Bankruptcy J. Mathdr* Manchester, builder, tVoin March to April 5. BANKRUPTS* J. nnd C. J. Fourdriitier, Rickmansworth, paper-makers. Attorney, Mr. Richardson, Clement's-lanc, Lombard-street. J. Mercer, Ileath-strect, Commercial-road, mariner. Attorney, Mr. Charsley, Mark-lane.
March 14, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

BRITISH INSTITUTION. V» the Republican States Greece, in their public games and shows, or in more private situations, noticed any works more than ordinary intelligence, or of what meant the term genius, they did not sillier the producers ot them to depend upon private liberality
February 28, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. J. Mather, Manchester, builder, from March to April j. BANKRUPTS. J. and C. J. Fonrdrinier, Rickmaimvorth, paper-maker*. Attorney, Mr. Richardson, ClementVlane, Lombard-street. J. Mercer, Heath-street, Commercial-road, mariner. Attorney, Mr. Charsley, Mark-l
March 15, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 

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March 15, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

—SnUirtl.iv week, l»y ut»nv(» person*, A> l 1 ' ist*hh tin* i'iO»e tin* N»*\n i *> l»«i\- iit«! lon against them. Mans «'l i!>tni li kfil : icy were in rap*, *n»uia tic veil weeks liiry been r..iu il.e liberty but common food, while »h*• rigour their imprisonment hud be«u such a
November 7, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

Abstract the Nkt Pro duck the Britain (exclusive tin* Arrears of War Ditty and Property) the Yean? and Quarters ended July, »ud July, YEARS JULY 5. IK. Customs - - - / 10.000,379 Excise 81,179,114 Stamps - (i,44'i,76H (>,308,177 Post-Office - - 1,401,000 Assessed Taxes - - 6,1(1
July 11, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
PRÆTER-NATURAL HISTORY.

PRÆTER-NATURAL HISTORY.

No. 2.—THE OWOPIIAOUS, til.l ' I'TON. (ireek, (dripping-pan) ; —Aasyvxrrjr, (Ma* Prey) ; flicker plate* tinkers). Latin, (into (llwllel); Jltlluo (Clearer). Italian, Ghiotto (name the (ir«ek (Great Packer); —Jrlolto, (the name of' jolly Priest); —l.ur- the Latin Lureo); Mnngivne
August 8, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

Suicides. The wife tradesman, nt Birmingham, on Thursday week, having dispute with husband seized a knife, and after stabbing herself the throat,cut a deep incision in one side of her neek, which divided the wind-pipe; she died the following day.—Saturday week, the bodv of a res
June 6, 1819 - The Examiner - London, London, England