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LONDON CORN DIAIatETS,

LONDON CORN DIAIatETS,

CORN EXCHANGE, FILIDIY, 13. Though the arrival of Wheat since Monday has been moderate, the trade is dull, and that day's prices scarcely supported.—Barley also meets a heavy sale, on rather lower terms, except for the finest•parcels.—The Oat trade is particularly dull, and full
April 14, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
SUPPLY.

SUPPLY.

On the motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer that the house resolve itself into a committee of Supply, Mr. Creevey objected. He pressed them to consider the conduct of thy ministers as far as it regarded, the public expenditure—to reflect upon the public burthens, and to pau
April 7, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA INTELLIGENCE.

EAST INDIA INTELLIGENCE.

J . ESSORE.—We hear of several robberies having been lately committed at different Indigo factories, in the district of Jessore and Commenolly. A few nights since, we are informed, the drying-house of the Padampore factory was broken open, and seven or eight hundred cakes of ind
April 7, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
LONDON CORN MARKETS.

LONDON CORN MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDAY, APRIL 6. There have been but few arrivals of *heat since Monday, the trade is however dull, and what remained over from that day's market met a heavy sale on lower terms.—Barley also, of which there was a good supply from Suffolk, sold heavily scareely so
April 7, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
THE AunonA I/O/MAXIS.

THE AunonA I/O/MAXIS.

lineation, fraught with all that sensitive intensity of feeling familiar to the soul, that can enter into the impressive and intricate conceptions of Child Harold. The Doganissa Angiolina describes him thus— "Time, which has not tamed his fiery spirit, Nor yet enfeebled even his
April 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
DINING -ROOM FURNITURE, that must te SOLD.—Four Hundred and Sixty-Seven real Spanish Wood Chairs, with Morocco Seats, Satin horse-hair ditto

DINING -ROOM FURNITURE, that must te SOLD.—Four Hundred and Sixty-Seven real Spanish Wood Chairs, with Morocco Seats, Satin horse-hair ditto

and Cane Seats, Sixteen Dining-Tables of the very best Mahogany, and of the patent make, seven Sideboards, remarkable for the firmness of the wood: with them are two sets of real Spanish Cloth Curtains for a Dining-Room or Library; likewise two capital Library 'Fables; the whole
April 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
11T, April 19. Beef, per lb. - - Od to 7d Mutton, do. - - 6d to 7d Veal, do.

11T, April 19. Beef, per lb. - - Od to 7d Mutton, do. - - 6d to 7d Veal, do.

- - - Od to Od' Lamb, do. - - - Od to Od Pork, do. - - Od to Od Butter, lb. Os 9d to Os 10'd Eggs, pr doz. - 5d to Os 6d pr lb. - - Is 6d Quartern Loaf fine - Os 11l Do. do second Os 9d
April 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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July 22, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
TIIE ANOINTING.

TIIE ANOINTING.

Upon the conclusion of the hymn, the Archbishop read the prayer preparatory to the anointing, "0 Lord, Holy Father, who, by anointing with oil, didst of old make and consecrate Kings, Priests, and Prophets," &c. At the conclusion of this prayer, the choirs sung the followin ,, a
July 22, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
OFFERING OF TIIE SWORD.

OFFERING OF TIIE SWORD.

The King then rose up, ungirded the sword, and proceeded to the altar, where his 'Majesty offered it in the scabbard to the Archbishop, And then retired to his chair: the sword was then redeemed for .One hundred shillings by the Nobleman who first received it, and who carried it
July 22, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England