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DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

At the Court of Commissioners of Bankrupts :—March 2, T. Barker and F Hudson, Hop-Ground. Brewery, Stratford, brewers—March 6, R.Waters, Unionc•mi t, Bread street, inerchant—M arch 6, W. Thomas. Illnett's-buitdings, Fetterlane, dresiitig•case• manulactuter—M arch G, J. Wright, H
February 18, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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February 18, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
107 had ordered a general embargo, to hinder those people from escaping, and to trace the negroes whom they had

107 had ordered a general embargo, to hinder those people from escaping, and to trace the negroes whom they had

tak en awa y . B y proclamation of the 23d of January, the embargo was taken off, because, as it states, the above named supercargo was taken, and 269 Africans found and released the slavery into which the persons concerned in this shameful traffic were carrying them. The Empero
April 7, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ASSIZES.

ASSIZES.

Surtnev.—Hamer v. nompson.—Mr. Adolphus-stated this was an .action for slanderous words, conveying charges of the most heinous and revolting nature against the plaintiff, who was the son of a brewer at Croydon.—The father of the plaintiff had, in a. great measure, retired from t
April 7, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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August 18, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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February 25, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
tRITISH MERCURY, AbiD

tRITISH MERCURY, AbiD

MERCURY, Juries. On that anbject there ;eke no leiWthan O Staves. He found an Act for juries for The Collecting bf small tines. Another Act was for the case of Jurors, and the export4n of. leather. Another-was an Act relative to scaveuger - F.!, and the •summoning of Jurors. The
February 25, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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February 25, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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ought to *_ u`', d afforded ) coll ec tion 0 , lignity of I since the foundation of splendid cone; id been subaul 0001.; he thel work of POse a vote 01 4 (0 be a pplie , allest doubt, It'll, lection of ri c 'bt le had no iuld give his should sail° 9' hut before b e , ible, he ad
February 25, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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February 25, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England