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FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS, John Millard, Cheap;ide, linn-draper. Attorney, Mr. B :itey, Addle-street, Alderrnanbury. Thomas Burgess, Sittingbourne, Kent, banker.

FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS, John Millard, Cheap;ide, linn-draper. Attorney, Mr. B :itey, Addle-street, Alderrnanbury. Thomas Burgess, Sittingbourne, Kent, banker.

Attorney, Yr. Nelson, Essex-street. Strand. Thomas Loud and Thomas Burgess, Sittingbourne, Kent, hackers and copartners. Attorney, Mr. E. Mitldes, Lincoln's- George Burgess and Edwin Burgess, now or late of Maidstone and Sittingbourne, Kent, millers. Attorney, Mr. Nelson, Essex-
October 3, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PEPPER, in bond, per lb. Company's ...... aOd Privilege White PITCH,,per cwt. British 6s Od a Os Stockholm llsa Os

PEPPER, in bond, per lb. Company's ...... aOd Privilege White PITCH,,per cwt. British 6s Od a Os Stockholm llsa Os

Archangel 7s Od a Os PORK, per tierce. llndia, -130s Od a 132 s 6d Prime mess, brl. 80s a 82s 6d RAGS, per cwt. Hambro' SPFF . 39s Od a 40s Od SPF . . ..... 29s Od a 00s Od FF 23s Od a 24s Od FX 15sOda 16s Od RAISINS, per cwt. Valentia .. sos a 00s Muscatels 7ss a 90s Blooms 00s
October 3, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COFFEE. BIRTHS.

COFFEE. BIRTHS.

In Chatham-place, the lady of W. Heygate, Esq. M.P. of a son.—ln Manchester-street, the lady of Emanuel de Claruouse Browne, Esq. of a son.—At Stamford-hill, Mrs. Jardine, of son.—At Bildeston, the lady of the Rev. Montagu Oxenden, of a daughter.—At the British Palace, in Consta
March 20, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
. EDINBURGH AND LONDON STEAM PACKETS. NE of the Packets belonging to the London and Edin. burgh Steam Packets Company

. EDINBURGH AND LONDON STEAM PACKETS. NE of the Packets belonging to the London and Edin. burgh Steam Packets Company

will start from Black. *all. London, on SATURDAY, 2d APRIL, and from Newhaven, r,• - Edinburgh, on SATURDAY, 9th. During the remainder of • : Apri l a Packet will start EVERY SATURDAY from London and Edinburgh; and, in MAY, on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. • **/ A Weasel always ready
March 20, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE.

. , Letters have been received from Demerara a the Bth ult., and fromlamaica to the 21st of October. . There is no political news. Both Colonies are quite tranquil. Accounis from the Cape Of Good Hope to the 16th October, state the . money subscribed in London (50001.) for the d
December 26, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE FIGHT.

THE FIGHT.

At twelve minutes after one. Jem Burn threw his hat into the ring, seconded- by Uncle Ben and Tom Oliver.---(Bravo Jem !)—O'Neale soon followed, seconded by Harry Holt and Tibbutt. Both men looked in good condition.. (s'Neale won the toss. • At 19 minutes past one they stripped.
December 26, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE KING.

THE KING.

Windsor, Friday, Dec. 24. Yesterday the weather being remarkably fine, his Majesty left the Royal Lodge at one o'clock, in his pony pliwton, accompanied by the Marquis Conyngham, and proceeded through the various drives to Virginia Water. The King was followed in a second plmton
December 26, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DfSTRESS]

DfSTRESS]

I . lop :A h N ei l d A'T a Dt the DIST A. As a consi avquainted ami deem it righ pi tireumstar • • ntroul :--v Df Corn and rr led drought '(their treac Overivhelmin 1 " The Comm tounts of the In many inst( Ipeeies of pr( ';ie Rt. Hon urst 'Ne RightHo of Likerpol Wilmot Esq. Th
December 26, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
17,113,017 !crease

17,113,017 !crease

October 17, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

The South American Funds have been less agitated this week than for a length of time preceding—Colombian Scrip 71 to 6 discount; it to-day becomes stock, and will in fu-9 ture be quoted so, as the unfortunate holders havinow paid up all the instalments. Peruvian Stock has varied
October 17, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England