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MR. KEAN.

MR. KEAN.

(From the Boston Daily Advertiser.) It would be quite out of place to say any thing, by way of comment, upon the very humble note of 31r. Kean to the editors of the New York papers. lie declares his intention of coming.to Boston to make an apology. It is entirely unnecessary. Th
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
(11.0CESTER BANKS.

(11.0CESTER BANKS.

A meeting was held by the mayor, inhabitants, merchants, tradesmen, and others, of the city of Gloucester, when they expressed a perfect readiness to accept their bankers' notes in payment to any amount. - [From the Durham Chronicle.] - The establishment of Messrs. Skinner and C
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL AND CALAMITOUS FIRE,

DREADFUL AND CALAMITOUS FIRE,

About half-past three o'clock on Thursday morning, a fire was discovered in the house of Mr. Gibbs, linen-draper, of , Wardour-street. The Sun and County Fire-office engines were on the spot some minutes before four o'clock, but the exertions of the men were rendered wholly ahho
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
CASES' OF SELF-DESTRUCTION. EFFEMS OP MISPLACED' AFFECTION.

CASES' OF SELF-DESTRUCTION. EFFEMS OP MISPLACED' AFFECTION.

On Wednesday an inquest was taken at the Turk's Ifead, East-tieet, Red Lion-square, on the . body of Jane Parrott, an extremely pretty young woman, only 18 years of age, who hanged herself at the house of lwr mistress, Mrs. Turner, N ew North-street, on Tuesday morning. .31r. Tn
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
TUESDaY JvYGHrs GaZETTE. -0-- DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY, Nov. 28.—M. BOOTY, Nodehill, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, Southampton, wine and spirit merchant.

TUESDaY JvYGHrs GaZETTE. -0-- DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY, Nov. 28.—M. BOOTY, Nodehill, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, Southampton, wine and spirit merchant.

Nov. 28.-8. CooK.E, Sunderland, late of Beresford place, Dublin, merchant. Nov. 29.—1. TITLEY, Bath, salt-refiner. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. L. CROWN, Stuulerland, ship builder. - • BANKRUPTS, T. KAY, Hulme, Manchester, shopkeeper. Atts. Pickford, Back Ridge-field, Manchester; and
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

"A COLCHESTER ELECTOR" is informed that his order for COMMON SENSE, was - given to the Newsman who previously sup plied him with the Sunday Times, according to his directions ; but as the vender has not thought proper to substitute right Paper, the order shall be given to anothe
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
mommilmer.lo rfect editiofis th almost til e being left the ) such re p o rt , kselling esir ;of

mommilmer.lo rfect editiofis th almost til e being left the ) such re p o rt , kselling esir ;of

literature Messrs. Bah l ' • in exploring vood and tient of ess than ployed in s uds •ek with Col' 'e will furnish consequends !d, and nits all doubt n. AucusTe thinking, 3 ' we have ERTFORD WO' been pli f yig L . very littic seems, ig place for ith ministers' objection to expen
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
MR. T. MOORE IN EDINBURGH.

MR. T. MOORE IN EDINBURGH.

The reception of this gentleman in the capital of Scotland has been•such as to do credit to the good feeling and taste of our northern brethren, and must have been highly gratifying :to its distinguished object. An _Edinburgh paper (The' Weekly Journal), after stating- that the
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
CIOLONIAL, ECONOMICAL, AND SELECT COFFEE, CHOP HOUSE, and READ iNG ROOMS, No. 90, Strand.—H. WEBBER, (late of tbetamb Coffee House.

CIOLONIAL, ECONOMICAL, AND SELECT COFFEE, CHOP HOUSE, and READ iNG ROOMS, No. 90, Strand.—H. WEBBER, (late of tbetamb Coffee House.

Limestreet, City), confident thal the utmost assiduity and attention will be paid to the comfort and convenience of H. NV's. Friends, respectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage, and of the Public .at lar ge; pledging that every Article furnished shall be of themost -
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS. a j Beef, per stone, 3s 21 to.4s 4d I Veal _ - - 4s Od

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS. a j Beef, per stone, 3s 21 to.4s 4d I Veal _ - - 4s Od

to 56 d Mutton - - 3s 6d to 4s Wel I Pork - - - 4s Od to P 6
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England