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_ . - OILS , per Ton, of 252.Ga110n5. , I. 1• • • . 1: 1; N. Greenl.whate 57

_ . - OILS , per Ton, of 252.Ga110n5. , I. 1• • • . 1: 1; N. Greenl.whate 57

a 6 Spermaceti o a Old ...... ...... 0a 0 Linseed 49 a 0 Pale Seal ' 64 a 0 Pale Rape... ..2 a 0
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
KENT.

KENT.

It is expected," that early in the next session of Parliament,, a Bill will be brought, in, to give the Justices of .the county of Kent jurisdiction, in certain cases, within the Cinque Ports, in order that • the laws of the country may be promptly and impartially administered a
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Urtift litinetinarp

Urtift litinetinarp

January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CHESHIRE.

CHESHIRE.

, County Meeting.---The County Meeting, to consider the propriety of presenting a Petition of Parliament. for ,the Repeal of. the Duty . on Salt, was,held . at the Crown Inn, Northwich, on Tuesday, inst. As . a manure, salt h as b een • , • proved, by the most experiencedagricul
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SUFFOLK

SUFFOLK

'Between 11 and 1 c 2 - o'clock On the night -of The 9th inst. a m6st determined gang , of Poachers, - 11 or 1.2 iri number, armed •Nvitli guns and bludgeons, entered a Wood tbelonging fey John °Vernon, Esq. at Wherstead, near Ipswich, when a. desperate nffray ensued 'between th
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
s. d. s. d. Ordinary 2 oa 2 2 Mkt. calf, each . 7 0 Eng. horse 9 0

s. d. s. d. Ordinary 2 oa 2 2 Mkt. calf, each . 7 0 Eng. horse 9 0

January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
FITZ-3 LINT [IS. tontion 2<ttr,l.

FITZ-3 LINT [IS. tontion 2<ttr,l.

MONDAY, JAN. 19. STATEMENT OF INTERVIEW BETWEEN sin N. coNANT AND THE MESsits. EvANsEs, AT ON TUE OcCAsION OF THEIR pitouittEll RELEASE. . • .pn ThDrs , lay„ Ike It inst. the above menp.c.tso4s-vicic,ta7Ken to Sir N. Cepaio office, Whitehall, in custody of Mr Walter, the gaoler,
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
YORKSHIRE.

YORKSHIRE.

• Mich to the credit of the town of Beverley, at the sessions ; last wrek, there was not a single prisoner for trial. On Friday morning last, between the hour; Of two Ind three, one of the most daring at-. tempts at robbery which we have ever heard of ,n the neighbourhood of Sti
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
zaato.

zaato.

Cardiff has been iupPlied with an inritse quantity of apples and other fruit bronght over by some French vesselS, coo signed thither to take in cargoes of iron but surb is the - scarcity,of the hitter ortii! although the •GlamOrwinshire iou . works are in aetivity, that the Pre
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Tbe ca,ztuif.

Tbe ca,ztuif.

LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JAN. 20. • , BANKRUPTCIES , RNLARGED. Martin, of Oxfrirtl-street, bookseller. J: Stephens, of Coiyugwood-strett, illackfriarsroad, brewer: BANKRUPTS James Marshall', of 'Manchester, draper; Pilkington, of Preston,.Lancashire, grocer: W. Handley, of Stret
January 25, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England