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4/. 4s.—Tle Magistrate considering that the evidence in the former case was not sufficient to warrant the de-. tention of

4/. 4s.—Tle Magistrate considering that the evidence in the former case was not sufficient to warrant the de-. tention of

the male prisoner be was iiiichdrged ; and his wife coniniitted . on the latter charge. COURT OF KI.G . BECII, 'NOVEMBER 17. The Court this day gavejudgment in a case of some importance as regards Auctioneers. The plaintiff in the case had purchased, at the Auction Mart. one of
November 20, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

q!STURBANCES IN THE COUNTY OF ( 111 Saturday, at two O'clock, Lord Aylmer, Adjutant- General, and Capt. Craig, Deputy Assistant -Adjutant- General to the Purees in Ireland, received orders to proceed forthwith to this county, and such was the ex- Ped ; i ' i " used that they lef
November 20, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGF,NCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGF,NCE.

FROM LLOYD'S Howts. Extract of a letter from the Agent to Lloyd's, at Lowestoffe, dated the Ath inst. :—" Yesterday afternoon, in a most tremendous hurricane, a great many ships were forced to cut, there being severil Anchored in the roads. The following are on shore here, viz.
November 8, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
rticularly at the attempt whib .te to reform' its military syste* tad-shewn their discontent at OW . - they wcre

rticularly at the attempt whib .te to reform' its military syste* tad-shewn their discontent at OW . - they wcre

employed in Moldavia, ition was the consequence; and of Asiatic troops were the This prompt example seems tolls ° Intents, as we have not heard of . dittation on their part. • qazette contains the following Ar! g to a letter from Pltras, written !)/ Turkislt fleet entered that p
November 22, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP STREET.

WORSHIP STREET.

Yesterday the Sitting Magistrate (Rob. Benin, Esq.) was occupied in the examination of eight fellows, part of an organised gang of pickpockets, who committed numberless robberies, attended,with great violenee, at the conflagration of Mr. Willis's premises, in Churchstreet, Spita
November 22, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Prttc 1: SEVEN-PENCE.] Stainly will be published, in 2 Vols. svo. A'SUMMARY of MOSHEIWS ECCLESIAS- Ppl eal s HISTORY, with

Prttc 1: SEVEN-PENCE.] Stainly will be published, in 2 Vols. svo. A'SUMMARY of MOSHEIWS ECCLESIAS- Ppl eal s HISTORY, with

Notes. Explanatory and u i eary. o which s added, a Continuation of the Parof the Church, fiom the Commencement of the I I Century to the year 1819. Y CHARLES TRELAWNY COLLINS, M.A. tef Balliol College, Oxfo d; and Lecturer of PrintPa St. Pancras, Devon. for T. Cad e ll, in the
December 11, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF SEEDS.-NOVEMBER 12.

PRICE OF SEEDS.-NOVEMBER 12.

We had a little more business eoing in the Clover trade today than of late, but there does not appear to be any material improvement in the prices of either Red or White Seed.—Trefoil is evidently lower, and has become a very dull sale.—Fine new Rye Grass is in some request.—Lin
November 13, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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November 15, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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November 17, 1821 - General Evening Post - London, London, England