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TN' ILmion Price ((Nyco%

TN' ILmion Price ((Nyco%

ILmion CONTAINING - The Prices of the inosl iimpartant .4rtieles of 'Merchandise, carefully _corrected up to ih Pablioatiom. opinion they could b.tty exceedingly low; the .11'oklers• however deeline to accept of the terms ..offe, red : ,very few .transactions have in consequence
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF RAW 3. 8. Janlaica, brown 73 a 741 Middling. 76 a so . l Good Bl a 84

PRICE OF RAW 3. 8. Janlaica, brown 73 a 741 Middling. 76 a so . l Good Bl a 84

, Antigna, 71'a 731 Middling .....75. a 78 Good 79 a 8-2.
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
B AND SILVER'. per oz. 1. a. d. New dollars.. 0 0 u Silver, in liars, ' standard 0 5

B AND SILVER'. per oz. 1. a. d. New dollars.. 0 0 u Silver, in liars, ' standard 0 5

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February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF BREAD LAST WEEE.

PRICE OF BREAD LAST WEEE.

The highest price of the heal!: Wheaten Bread .throughnott the tnetwpnliS, is stated by the bakers •to be Fourteen-pence the quartern loaf. Settle bakers sell the quartet:fa loaf fgont one penny to .two 7 pence lower. - .Ib. , lb. oz. 'Peek loafweighs 17 0 Quartern weighs 4 5,1
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
,11.7 -3 ,2 7 C I v. 130 HI I I CtID IN I Ct .= X C.*CJ) -r

,11.7 -3 ,2 7 C I v. 130 HI I I CtID IN I Ct .= X C.*CJ) -r

February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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autotion :

" Is the existing separation- between their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Prinee.ss (f Wales, authorized either by Convitution of England or by the God?" " irt tint lap her .laureat SON - reclines." , A. philosophical mind will discover in " e rY Page of history, and will lame
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Roust Or COM \IONS, JAN. 29. Poor Laws.

Roust Or COM \IONS, JAN. 29. Poor Laws.

Mr. CURWEN was astonished that the subject of the Poor Laws was not noticed in the:Speech from the Throne. That the Poor taws required amendment was the conviction Of all who had ever thought on the subject ; however much such amendment was called , 1 "r, he should despair of th
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
zaiisctilantouo. I",:'nfollnation..

zaiisctilantouo. I",:'nfollnation..

TRIAL OF ABRAHAM THORNTON. The prisoner was put to the bar of the Court of King's Bunch, at nine o'clock on , Thursth:v'morrnng, a more than usual con. course of spectators being assembled. At if-past ten, • hiessrs. Clarke, Gurney, chardson, and Chitty, on behalf of the Reader,
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JAN.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JAN.

HOUSE OF LOKUS, JAN. 27. . a This day, shortly after three o'clock, the Chancellor, with the Lord Archbishop of 0 terbury, the Earl of Harrowbv, the Earl of morelaod, and the Duke of 'Montrose, tsL Commissioners, entered the Muse; and as , as the (louse .of Commons, attended by
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
41DES.

41DES.

s. d. s. d. Ordinary 2 0 a 2 2 Mkt. calf, each 7 En* horse 9 0 a 6
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England