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CORRIIN7' PRICES OF GRAIN ON BOARD SHIP.

CORRIIN7' PRICES OF GRAIN ON BOARD SHIP.

- S. S. S. $ • Essex Red Wheat..... 36 a 48 Maple Fine 52 a 56 White Pease ---Superfine . a Boilers ' .- - • -- - White (new) .. 38 a 54 Beans, Small - • 28 a ' ----Fine . • a 60 Old a , --- 2 ----Superfine 63 a 65 --- Tick - 'Rye --;-- Fine — a Feed Barley (new) - ..23 a 26 --F
October 22, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
OF FLOUR. . Town made Flour, per s. s. Essex & Suffolk Flour, s. s. Sack . ',5 a6O Ip•

OF FLOUR. . Town made Flour, per s. s. Essex & Suffolk Flour, s. s. Sack . ',5 a6O Ip•

do. on board Ship 50 a 43 Dttto Seconds Bran . , 10s. to lls per qr.—Fine Pollard,
October 22, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

" Such is the World," a Novel, in 3 vas. 12 mu. tendon Tile principal part Of the characters, whom the author ha introdoeed in this popular Novel, are of the higher circles but sufficiently diversified exteriorly and intrinsically in their, actions and language to furnish amusem
January 21, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
ebcatreo.

ebcatreo.

• Numerons reports have been in circulation during the [ respecting the opening of the Opera House; we can state ` the following particnlars authentic sources. Waters and Taylor have entirely rendered one another incapable of mischief for the present; in consequence Mr. Ebers ha
January 21, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
-c2__ POLICE.

-c2__ POLICE.

- c2__ POLICE. ...11111..- ATANsioN House.—T. Casher was fully committed for trial, charged with an attempt to defraud Air. Sleet, a confectioner in Cheapside, of 55.; it appeared he went Alr. Sleet's to purchase some trifling articles, and gave a sovereign in payment ; on receiv
April 29, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
iv t toxclu Lisbon 'pPipe £3O a 134 Port,it3rs gallon 35 a Duty, 7s. 7ti, lon

iv t toxclu Lisbon 'pPipe £3O a 134 Port,it3rs gallon 35 a Duty, 7s. 7ti, lon

April 29, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
, ' tiziWi, per C'Xt. . O. a Sicilian a s. IS.P. F , a Italian, Ist 3Bs. a s.

, ' tiziWi, per C'Xt. . O. a Sicilian a s. IS.P. F , a Italian, Ist 3Bs. a s.

IF. F. -- 2d a u • 0 9 Sardinian S. P. F. F
September 3, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
ON OUR CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE.

ON OUR CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE.

What are the conclusions which the reflecting mind draws frons . 4 the foregoing dread f u l narra!ive ? First, that though we do ktikiN t h e Crimes for which these unfortunate culprits h ave suffered, wt are wholly in the dark of all the peculiar features of their offences i a
December 17, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LA IV INTELLIGENCE.

LA IV INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF CHANCERY, Wesnm-IsTEn.--"Dec. 18. •• - toe 'matter of the Walcut charity, the Lord •Chancellor granted a motion on behalf of Mr. Hill, one of the tenants, that lie should he allowed for the expenditures hich he had laid. out on the pi entists lie holds.belonging to the
December 24, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England