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SUGAR. RI Hhds. Trs. Puns. Ilhds 60,336 5742 28,358 1 . 558 30881 435 413 10 _ • Wesi t

SUGAR. RI Hhds. Trs. Puns. Ilhds 60,336 5742 28,358 1 . 558 30881 435 413 10 _ • Wesi t

India Hhds Trs. 10,892 32,305 ) 1271 1422 Hhds 4 Brls. Trs. Bags. lock House, 04 t. 2.
October 10, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TOWN-HALL.

TOWN-HALL.

Joseph Waters, the driver of one of the Greenwich stages, appeared on Monday, to answer the complaint of Mr. Martin Foster, solicitor.—Mr. Foster, and a friend with him, had mounted the dickey of the defendant's coach in Gracechurchstreet, at half-past 10 in the morning, and wer
June 13, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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March 27, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE SUNDAY HERALD.

THE SUNDAY HERALD.

LONDON, FEBRUARY 13, 1825. We have received a series of Demerara Papers to the 19th December; they communicate intelligence of little importance, except that Georgetown has been threatened by incendiaries; several attempts to fire the place had been made, but active measures bei
February 13, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HATTON-GARDEN.

HATTON-GARDEN.

A FIELD PIIEACIIEIL—Thomas Evans, a shoemaker, residing at No. 6, John-street, Battle-bridge, appeared on Friday to answer the complaint of Thomas Ford, his apprentite, under the following circumstances : The apprentice (who was accompanied by his mother and several respectable
August 8, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF HONOUR.

AFFAIRS OF HONOUR.

! On Wednesday morning, a meeting took place within about a quarter of a mile of Kensington. The principals were Major C---, formerly of the 17th Light Dragoons, and a French gentleman named Froissart; the former was attended by, Capt. P-, the latter by F. S--, Esq. An ineffectu
August 8, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TRINIDAD.

TRINIDAD.

Advices have been received from Trinidad to the middle of June. A meeting of the Board of . Cabildo had been held subsequently to the general meeting of the inhabitants of the Colony, a notice of whose petition, and the Governor's answer to it, appeared in our Journal of the 11t
August 8, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ADELPHI.

ADELPHI.

This house, which, gene — rally speaking, upholds The character of "the minors" very creditably, has furnished, as usual, its annual pantomimic contribution to the Christmas holyday amusements, under the title of Mother Red Cap, or Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose. The intr
January 2, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MISSIONARIES.

MISSIONARIES.

The public were without doubt surprised at the discloatzre which we made in our paper of last Sunday, of the c haracter and Moral virtue of Mr. RICHARD ELLIOT, one ?i * the class of emissaries which the Missionary Societies London are in the habit of sen di n g o u t t o conver
August 22, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
STREET-PREACIIING.

STREET-PREACIIING.

, William Charman and William Wells, both dressed in the garb of mechanics, with sanctified and solemn appearance, were on Tuesday placed at the bar, charged with preaching in the open air. Hepburn, a constable, stated that, on Monday afternoon, he was attracted - to Savile-plac
August 22, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England