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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

It has been proposed to us, by a number of our readers, to print the CORRESPONDENT in a more convenient size for . binding up. is as much our interest as it is our duty to consult the wishes of our readers. Their representations will be attended hi. Some considerable additions .
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER MURDER IN WALES! 112 OLD FIAIT,FX.

ANOTHER MURDER IN WALES! 112 OLD FIAIT,FX.

ANOTHER MURDER IN WALES! 112 OLD WEDNESDAY, SEPT- 23. . James Bull and William Macdonald were capitally indictee, for bure,lariously breaking and entering' the shop of Daniel Monroe., in St. Martin's church yard, with intent to steal, and stealing therein several pairs of boots a
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
FOREIGrN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGrN INTELLIGENCE.

Dispatches were on Thursday received from Lord Wellington; 'both by tie way of Lisbon and Corwina, ni93 punlic journals, the former to the 9th, and flow the latter to the 19th lust.. The prominent facts stated are, the ry-occupation of Yallauolid by the allies, the return of Gen
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, ISEI4TEMBER 30, 181‘2.

WEDNESDAY, ISEI4TEMBER 30, 181‘2.

WEDNESDAY, ISEI 4 TEMBER 30, 181‘2. Since the original commencement of our Journal, we have been i4tunate. enough to have led, by suggestion, to two measures Of sonic importance. The in the former numbers of our paper, on the propriety and nvressity of enhirging the Catholic meas
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
MONDAY. SEPT. 23, IBl'. PRICES OF MEAT AT SMITHFIELD. Per Stone of sib. sinking the Offal. s. d. s. d.

MONDAY. SEPT. 23, IBl'. PRICES OF MEAT AT SMITHFIELD. Per Stone of sib. sinking the Offal. s. d. s. d.

I s. d. a. d. Beef 5 0 a 6 Pork ...... 6 0 a ,7 8 Mutton .... 0 a 6 4 Lamb...... 5 4 a 6 8 Veal 5 0 a 6.8
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
MEETING. TO-PETITION • FOR PEACE.. HELD AT DERBY: ON THURSDAY THE 24TH INST.

MEETING. TO-PETITION • FOR PEACE.. HELD AT DERBY: ON THURSDAY THE 24TH INST.

MEETING. TO - PETITION • FOR PEACE.. AT DERBY : ON THURSDAY THE 24TH INST. ; Several repectable householders of Derby having signed - "requisition to the Mayor, (Thomas Haden, :surgeon),. .he refused to convene the meeting; but, In lice of two hundred housekeepers having declared
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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family interest, or for a government, which is strictly wat,ched as to its expendi , .ure, and not supported by a great popular clamour. Thus it may probably happen, that the bare proposal of a subscription fund will deter the ministerial antagonist trom standing; much more when
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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by contrast, the common sloth and voluptuousness . •whielt mark the regal race of ordinary thnee. Siberian Russia is little known. It is rather a phice of than any thing else. has given a . curions account of it; which. perhaps, considering the Man, and the cause of his 'delegat
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
1/1 ectrtsftvo'',Vert. LEWIS GOWISMITH. [FROM THE TIMES.]

1/1 ectrtsftvo'',Vert. LEWIS GOWISMITH. [FROM THE TIMES.]

1 /1 ectrtsftvo'',Vert. LEWIS GOWISMITH. [FROM THE TIMES.] In the last letters signed Vans, in this Journal, was a casual and incidental remark upon a person who is at. ; present A periodic writer in this country. Front this -person we received a long letter in reply, which we, i
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, 01.4P;,.NCES, Scc.

ACCIDENTS, 01.4P;,.NCES, Scc.

ACCIDENTS, 01. 4 P; , .NCES, Scc. tisrioN-nsu..—A. most inectitcholy circumstance occurred at this Office on Wednesdayevening. G.,urge Bell, a Pilot of the Trinity House, who had been aopreheuded on a charge of felony, put 'a period to his existence, by first cutting his throat,
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England