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SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

In Beasts there is a good supply, and Beef may be quoted without ally alteration from last market day; but Mutton, on account of a short supply, is dearer by 4d. per stone emu on last market day. Veal is without any alteration, and Pork may be quoted without any variation from l
November 19, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
St. Jawes s.

St. Jawes s.

Ray 63a allOt Straw 764 1254 ItTils. On Sunday, the lady of W. Walton, Esq. of Gitdlete Hall, of a son. On the Bth inst. the Lady of Cel. J. J.Cochrane, of the 1.1 Reg. of Guard!, at Plymouth Dock,of a son. Nov. 13, at Enfield, Mrs. T. C. Patrick, of a dau;hter, her eleventh chi
November 19, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

On Monday lask, at Mary-le-bone Church, by the Rev. Anthony Hamilton Rector of Loughteu, Walter Stevenson Davidson, Esq. of Inchmario, if Kincarlineshire, to Anne, only daughter of Gilbert Mathison, Esq. and granddaughter of the late Sir Walter Farquhar, Bart. Immediately after
November 19, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S GAZETTE.

SATURDAY'S GAZETTE.

This tJazette contains his Majesty's directions for sailing Plymouth Dock in future by the name of Devoeport. WAR OFFICE, Dee. 24,1843. His Majesty has been pleased to approve of the 72d Regiment f Foot again becoming A Highland Regiment, and of Its bearing the title of' The 711
December 31, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
– _ TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE CHAPEL!!!

– _ TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE CHAPEL!!!

- _ TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE CHAPEL!!! "Bridge-Town, Tuesday, 21st Oct. 1823. 44 The Inhabitants of this Island are respectfully informed that in consequence of the unmerited and unprovoked attacks which have repeatedly been made upon the community by the Methodist Missionaries,
December 31, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WINTER CIRCUIT.

WINTER CIRCUIT.

SUSSEX — ASSIZES. Edmund Bourke, Esq. Captain and Adjutant of the Sussex Local inuicted for feloniously and maiiciously shooting at and wounding Wiliam Robins, Lewes, on the 3d of October last.—[The particulars of this case have already . been publis h ed.]—The prisoner, who had
December 31, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Auggd.ll . .0 louring, and a weakness in his style of execution p lc more fte the appearance of pictures

Auggd.ll . .0 louring, and a weakness in his style of execution p lc more fte the appearance of pictures

painted in distemPe r s , in p an i e i m ngs t in oil. .Whatever degree of skill be may oos 01 11 0 frog en . and . eftect of his compositions, has undouhteueltt lA4; skudying the works of Sir Joshua Reynoldstlie but from that great model is evident in his most suc ce a f b be
August 11, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ARMY AND MIL! FARY MATTERS.

ARMY AND MIL! FARY MATTERS.

An interesting experiment is about to take place at Woolwich, under the ithmediateinspection of the Master-General of the Ordnance, at which all the principal engineers and military men of the day are reqaested to be present. , Its object is to ascertain the .importance of a new
August 11, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
,• 1 • LONDON MARKETS. - - . - Aff 9. f tilt ili t i ; CORN EXCHANUE. MONDAY.

,• 1 • LONDON MARKETS. - - . - Aff 9. f tilt ili t i ; CORN EXCHANUE. MONDAY.

-. 31 ' bette• e i Our market this day as regards Wheat looks rather_fe 0 0 0 1 last Monday, and for some of the best parcels a shafie been obtained; for the general parcels, however the co 1: _104; we quoted on last market. Barley is very dull, 9 4 1 t,, vi nitt t,,, alteration
August 11, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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August 11, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England