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TVESD.4 PS GAZE WHITEHALL, FEB. 121 1818. e rtain , , The Prince Regent been pleased to nominate and appoint

TVESD.4 PS GAZE WHITEHALL, FEB. 121 1818. e rtain , , The Prince Regent been pleased to nominate and appoint

the unihTrrnentioned Knights Commanders of In be Kn ra-r iatits Cd Cro-ses the said Order:-4 , t 1114111 C. M. Pole, , Bart, vice Admiral Sir R. Curtis. itectased ; Rear Admiral Sir T. F. Fremantle, vice A'dmiral Sir 3. Duckworth, Bart. kieceased, and Rea;: Sir G. Cockburn, vice
March 1, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
GE.\ERAL ELECTION.

GE.\ERAL ELECTION.

ELECTION. It is confidently reported, that Ministers have abandoned the design they entertained, a sitort time back, nf contokiin , a new Parliament this year: We pre• sine that the.. experience they have recently acquired -of the state of public feeling, induced them to forego t
January 5, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
TIIE LIBERTY Or TilE PRESS AND TRIAL BY JURY.

TIIE LIBERTY Or TilE PRESS AND TRIAL BY JURY.

Monday, a numerous meeting of the Friends of the Li• berty of the Press and Trial by Jury wok place at the City of Lond,m Tavern, to take into consideration the conduct of the late prosecution against Mc. Bone, and of the propriety of opening a subscription for that individual.
January 5, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
LLOYD'S LliL

LLOYD'S LliL

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. Barbadoes, 27th Oct.--" On Monday night we experiencePl tremendous gale of wind, which did some billing daina.:o#l shore. The Got ernor (General :.eymoiir) ; I ,i hi s family extricated - extricated from under the ruins of ir house, and the nor so much hurt
January 5, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF LEATHER.

PRICE OF LEATHER.

Butts, 50 to 561 b each , 21d to 24d Ditto, 56 to 661hs each 250 to 26t1 Merchants Racks d to --4 16q1 to 19d io 19d o 716 Dressing 11 Coach Crop Ilide, 53 to for cuttiog... Ditto 45 to 30Ibs. Calf Skins 30 Lo 401b4 Ditto 30 to 704). to SOIb, Small .eals 1...4.•,; - e ditto— 103
January 5, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
101 • "7- 1' NEW NAVAL MON CAIENT..—A Monument OLelisk about to bo erected at Edinburgh., by sirliscription, ihrinour of

101 • "7- 1' NEW NAVAL MON CAIENT..—A Monument OLelisk about to bo erected at Edinburgh., by sirliscription, ihrinour of

Ow late Lord Melville, to commemorate his Lordship's aciiv and able administration of the British Navy, during the he held the office first Lord of the Admiralty. This talent, unfortunately for the country, has not been herei;littry ia the Melville family, of which we have a - 6
March 29, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS A ND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS A ND OFFENCES.

DESPERATE HIGHWAY ROBBERY AND 0 U TRAGE....4 041(13 Y night, at a late hour, Mr. D. Smith, ot Turk-street, Bethnal. green, accompanied by his son areinepliew, were returningla their residence, after spending the evening at a friend's house on Stepney-green. As they were passing
March 29, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

R. Mason, Norfolk-st. Mid.-hospital, carver & gilder, April 28. G. and S. Robinson, Paternoster-row, booksellers, May 9. W. Waite, Huddersfield, York, plumber, May 18. J. Graham, Gloucester-street, Queen-square, tailor, May 16. J. Ward, Beccles, Suffolk, merchant, May 27. R. War
April 26, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF KING'S Max.nay. AsifrOßD V. T,LIOKNTON. This case was finally, decided, and, as 'might - be expected, great interest was excited to . learn the result. Thorntcn and Ashfold appeared'at an early hour, as heret,ifOre. Soon after ten o'clock, the Ridges having taken their
April 26, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SUNPAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1818.

SUNPAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1818.

SUNPAY, FEBRUARY 1818. the 644 worth, original talent and iutellectual buoyancy or the country. This ekecrable plan of employing Spies in a country, whose characteristics had been freedom and N moral government, could not have originated in the recent disturbances. Its operation
February 15, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England