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MR. FAUNTLEROY.

MR. FAUNTLEROY.

REMOVAL OF MR. FA I; NTLF.RO Y’S BODY. Precisely at eight o’clock last evening, tho undertaker employed hy the family of the unfortunate arrived Newgate to demand the body \lr. Fauntleroy of the Governor. It was immediately' over them in the shell in which it had been lilaced.wh
December 1, 1824 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
MONDAY EVENING, M.

MONDAY EVENING, M.

No. 10,456.] ■PORTUGUESE LOAN of 1,500,0001.—The HALF-YEARLY DIVIDEND WARRANTS due 1915, of'Portuguese Five per Cent. Houd*. of the above Loan, PAID nt the ■i'ountinjr-huasc of Mewrs. B. A. Co. Great St. Helen's Patsr.ge, Bishopsgatc-street, Wedaesday, tbelstof June, and every s
May 16, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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May 16, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
* Paris papers, CFrom the MoniUur Friday, hltty It.) OFFICIAL PART. ,ce 'J y the Duke of NoRTHI'M- from his

* Paris papers, CFrom the MoniUur Friday, hltty It.) OFFICIAL PART. ,ce 'J y the Duke of NoRTHI'M- from his

Britannic I'ocooation, was presented - Th? !?i bl Fami1 -' in » PoWic audience, whom hi. Major-General of the Royal Guard, Baron 1 ®PP°t n, to accompany the Ambassador, Fxcellem- > Viviens, having repaired his , conducted him to the Tuileries in the royal tt Marquis Bke*e, Grand
May 16, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
RE OF and No. &j St. DtU( Sir CHARLES PRI BLXLER, Im BarcUr. Btq. BaartAla; fcq. Oaart* Brown, 8«q. .

RE OF and No. &j St. DtU( Sir CHARLES PRI BLXLER, Im BarcUr. Btq. BaartAla; fcq. Oaart* Brown, 8«q. .

Andrew Oofrile, Ksq. John U. Dctfen.Biq. FICE, Sun-court, Cornhill, Jame%V«treet. DTORS. ICE, Bart. E»q. Deputy Chairman. Jeremiah Oil re, fiaq. H. Palmer, Kvo. Jeaeph Reid, K«q. - Jaraea Shaw, Bart.
June 23, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 

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PARIS PAPERS.

PARIS PAPERS.

(From the Constitutionnel of Monday, June SO.) MADRID. JUKI 9. (PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.) The project of a forced loan, which was decided some time ago by the Council of Ministers, had been laid before the Council of Castile, which threw obstacles in the war of it, and which hare
June 23, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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10,(*H. OCCUKtitSC S D DAY. „ «a, auemblcd al the White f t l ""t Suphcn, the in '• "olhr^pCTiw's rr£ lTn .cerpt the not,re. which, under the Act arlainth*’®V* taVno««*•»wily' «-«? M 7 the M.. .«.™.cs. ih* »n!s >lr p.,,co<ifcrri«(f with him, Mr. Stephen U.M Mr. Noel tr. * ' *' .l
January 6, 1824 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
STAMP DUTY ON THE TRANSFER OF MORTGAGES.

STAMP DUTY ON THE TRANSFER OF MORTGAGES.

STAMP DUTY THE TRANSFER OF MORTGAGES. TO THE EDITOR THE COURIER. Sir,— The professed object of tbc Legislature in passing the Iftte Act of the M\ («eo. IV., c. 117, was generally iodto be the reduction of the Thth/ on reconveyances and a*sisnments Morl- KaKes; anil thereby'to les
November 3, 1824 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRICES' FOREIGN 8T( Austrian 6 per Cents. Brasilian Bonds, Ditto (1835), Ditto, Scrip dis. Bnenoa Ronds, « hilian per Cents.

PRICES' FOREIGN 8T( Austrian 6 per Cents. Brasilian Bonds, Ditto (1835), Ditto, Scrip dis. Bnenoa Ronds, « hilian per Cents.

Colombian per Cents. 614 Ditto Ditto (1834) Danish per Cents. Danish per Cent. (1825); French per Cents. French Rents, Greek Ronds, Ditto. (1825) DCKS THIS DAY AT ONE. Mexican Bonds, Mexican Ronds (1825), Cl 4 Mexican Scrip dis. Neapolitan per Cents. Ditto (1824) Peruvian Bonds,
November 26, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
TUSNEL UNDER THE THAMES. .

TUSNEL UNDER THE THAMES. .

This novel undertaking appears to excite continually increasing interest. The Visiters’ Registry shows the names of very many foreigners, and among them some eminent for science. It has, we believe, excited much curiosity, and forms a frequent topic of conversation on the Contin
July 12, 1825 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England