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Observe, none are Genuine without the signature—" A. ROWLAND and SON." -FROM THE TUESDAY'S GAZETTE. ; [This Gazctte contains an

Observe, none are Genuine without the signature—" A. ROWLAND and SON." -FROM THE TUESDAY'S GAZETTE. ; [This Gazctte contains an

Order in Council, notifying that the King of Prussia havinc , engaged, by convention, to admit British ships to enter and depart from Prussian ports, on the same footing as Prussian vessels, as to the articles permitted to be imported and exported, and as to the duties, bounties
June 20, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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June 20, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE BALLOON.

THE BALLOON.

On Thursday evening, a few minutes after six o'clock, Mr. Graham made his seventh ascent, accoMpanial by Captain Beaufoy, of the 2d Battalion of the Coldstream Guards, from White Conduit House, Pentonville. At about one o'clock the atmosphere began to clear up, and the clouds, w
June 20, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MR. GRAHAM'S ACCOUNT.

MR. GRAHAM'S ACCOUNT.

"At 6th hour, 5 minutes, r. I ascended, in company with Captain Beaufoy, from the gardens of White Conduit House, and in consequence of my friends making such ample and due arrangements, I was allowed to mount into the aerial regions free from any restraint. I ascended with a br
June 20, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 17.

SATURDAY, APRIL 17.

SUPERSEDED. Edward Watts, of Yeovil, Somerset, butcher. BANKRUPTS. John Gilbert, of George-lane, Botolph-lane, London, merchant. Attorney, Mr. Rush, 3, Crown-court, Threadneedlestreet. _ _ William Henry Austin, of Old-broad-street, merchant. Attorney, Mr. W. A. James, 8, Walbroo
April 18, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ASHES, per cwt. 1 Canad Pearl a B P A:ON, per cw 347 t l . asaa®3B ss 'i New

ASHES, per cwt. 1 Canad Pearl a B P A:ON, per cw 347 t l . asaa®3B ss 'i New

Middles. .509 a Os -- , ---Waterford Sicies.s3s a 00s1 BEEF, per tierce. " India, (3361b5.)... .135 s a 000 s Prime Mess (304 lbs.) 80s a 87s Inferior • "7s Gd a 00s BRANDY, in bond, per gall. Cognac . .2s 10d a 3sBd Bourdeaux . 2s 2d a 2s 3d BUTTER, per cwt. • Irish, Carlow, &c
April 18, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
VINDICATION OF THE OBJECTS OF THE EQUITABLE LOAN BANK COMPANY, AND PROOFS OF THE NECESSITY FOR ITS ESTABLISHMENT. BY MANY

VINDICATION OF THE OBJECTS OF THE EQUITABLE LOAN BANK COMPANY, AND PROOFS OF THE NECESSITY FOR ITS ESTABLISHMENT. BY MANY

MISREPRESENTATIONS , INTERESTED PERSONS have endeavoured to excite prejudice against this Company, and to misguide the public mind. They saw that the immense gains would cease which they have extracted from the habitual wants of the poor—the occasional necessities of the respect
April 17, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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These moderate, rcasoyable, and probable charges not appearing altogether to satisfy the minds of the Commissioners, _thtd.the bankrupt pertinaciously declaring himselj incapable of affording further elucidation, he was committed to . Newgate.
April 17, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
4CCIDENTS, OFFENCES, cSc.

4CCIDENTS, OFFENCES, cSc.

larGnw.tv-womF.N.--About eleven o'clock on Thursday se'nnight, as .Mr. Win. Ratcliffe, a traveller from Wolverhampton, was returning to his inn, he was attacked in back Piccadilly by a number of females, who, pinioning him against the wail, tore open his waistcoat, and, after a
October 24, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE,

FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE,

Oct oler 22, 1F24. The Lord Chancellor. bas appointed William Gresham, of Dunstable, in the couhty of Bedford, Gent, to be a Master I?,xtraordinary in the llgn Court of Chancery. ,})ANKRUPTS. Has-AO, w gate-street, hatter. W. Ric..hardson, Warbfcc.k. Lewis Abrahams, Mansell-stre
October 24, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England