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June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PItICE OF 1101 S',(per Cwt.)Al 424 New Pock(:. X R. X a. New Bags. X• a. X gent 2 16

PItICE OF 1101 S',(per Cwt.)Al 424 New Pock(:. X R. X a. New Bags. X• a. X gent 2 16

to 5 0 Kent • 2 6 to 4 Sussex .2 12 tO 3 5 Sussex • 2 - 2to 2 12 ' Essex • .2 14 103 18 , Essex , °-4to 3 3 •
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
GENCEIL I C°' At the Vioarne-lionso, t. le {ll i° oP Rev. Thomas Twigg, many years t E s i

GENCEIL I C°' At the Vioarne-lionso, t. le {ll i° oP Rev. Thomas Twigg, many years t E s i

e 'e m n i i e n y, g I.loeveilttsu, 5 c Lecturer of that . P W at arviat . T. C. c years. Os, tire 1.91,1 log. at 'West s Mrs. % utter,aged Mr, Was. Potter, late. of the same tim .e, in I besame grave. ate. ri .' bstlw ftith ye ar of kis age, tho licr• ", tor of Great Wishforn,
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
TUE _SITERTFF OF DUBLIN.

TUE _SITERTFF OF DUBLIN.

Sir R. HEnow wished to call - th - e - atte - n - tic; . of the House to the case of the Sheriff of Dublin. A number of witnesses (exceed. lug fifty) were waiting, in town, some of them at great personal incenvenience, to ho examined. Col. said he ready to proceed'directly, if t
May 25, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THOMAS SPRING,AND -WILLIAM NBATE,

THOMAS SPRING,AND -WILLIAM NBATE,

THOMAS SPRING,AND - WILLIAM NBATE, This match, froinflie celebrity of the men, hadexeited more Vain ordinary attention 4 :it was fir two hundred sovereigns stiide., and more interest was on the sip toe upon it, than any ' , cling alto , Freneli and Spaniards could afford. forfeif
May 25, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PROFLVCIAL OCCURRENCES.

PROFLVCIAL OCCURRENCES.

A . Publie. Meeting was held last week, at the Bristol, for the purpose of taking into consideration tho " expediency of petitioning Parliament to inquire into the present state of Colonial slavery, with a view of gradually abolishing • the same, by means consistent with the saf
May 25, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
, PRICE OF BREAD. The highest . price of the best Wheaten Bread throughout ths Nletropoli4 stated by the principal

, PRICE OF BREAD. The highest . price of the best Wheaten Bread throughout ths Nletropoli4 stated by the principal

Bakers to be lOid. the Loaf of 4lbs. v . OirtIOPS, (per Cwt.)AlLty IC New Poikets. _£ a. .£ s. New Bags, ..t Kent . 16 to 5 0 Kent n Stissex 2 10 to 3 3 Sussex • " 2 Esiex • 2 14 to 3 18 Essex - 2 $. 4 to 4 9 ft to 2 12 4tO 3 3 • (PRICE 01 1— .M1rAT AI • Friday, MAT ' Exclusive
May 25, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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May 25, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SO much it is. imagined —now, if so, what injury to the West Indies? The real state of the case,

SO much it is. imagined —now, if so, what injury to the West Indies? The real state of the case,

however, simply amounts to this, that, however . depressed, the West ,India interest is too powerful - to be defeated at once, even on the impudent point of' making us pay an extra price for sugar for the support of themselves and their slaves. Mr. HUSK ISSON i'marked that it wa
May 25, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England