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ICE OF FLOUR Tuts . NIORNING. Ifirie 83t to 903 per Stmt. tiecontls '7.54 io dick ) 14; to 16$

ICE OF FLOUR Tuts . NIORNING. Ifirie 83t to 903 per Stmt. tiecontls '7.54 io dick ) 14; to 16$

Oti Quarler. Ftrie Pollard 26 1 to SOs ditto Seed .t . 4l' , to per la,t.
January 8, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Yesterday J. Kent was charged at Bow:street with stealing four deals from the premises of Mr. IJohnes, carpenter, at Twi ckenham These premises having been recently .robbed several times, two men were stationed to watch ; who, on Thursday mornitig early, oh, Served the prisoner
March 2, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
tiARDS/iIPS ON PRINTERS.

tiARDS/iIPS ON PRINTERS.

Mr. Mtwu, pursuant to notice, called the attention of the Howe to the manner in which an Act of Parliament passed some years for the regulation Printeis, had been executed. It moo he r ecollected that the Act lid been passed at a time when the pnblic mind was much agitated I and
March 21, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
NEWOATE AND LEADEN HALL MARKETS. , (Ey the Carcase.) Beer 3s Sd to +s 8d Veal . 5s Od to

NEWOATE AND LEADEN HALL MARKETS. , (Ey the Carcase.) Beer 3s Sd to +s 8d Veal . 5s Od to

8s Od Mutton 4s 4d to 5s . 4dpork ‘6s Od to 8d
January 1, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
[Plum HALt'PEN L CHELSEA JAN, 3, 1811. UESE are, by order of the Right 1 - 100. the „lords Others,

[Plum HALt'PEN L CHELSEA JAN, 3, 1811. UESE are, by order of the Right 1 - 100. the „lords Others,

Commissioners managing the Atfairs the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, to give Notice, l'hat all Out-Pensioners helonginr, to the Hospital, re. il:•g in Lod, within 25 miles thereof, are regti:red f)pear, personal:v and regimentally, at the Secretary's in the said Hospital, on the re
January 5, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
The :Leap tttdctLortztaaettel, that Itegett,. in former did not possess thing like . the:powers which 4 1L was proposed by

The :Leap tttdctLortztaaettel, that Itegett,. in former did not possess thing like . the:powers which 4 1L was proposed by

Art to invest th Regent with. He was not to b that mu , t not Of lintiiing the po/c,t d it itt%ent, lie -mis .the subject of a tvlirrAt powers were limited, twd tyboie prerogathts ii.itliO,restrieted by thit and the other Hoot; of Parliamenc It these restrictions were not passed
January 5, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SIXPENCE HALFPENNY.

SIXPENCE HALFPENNY.

January 24, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 27.

SATURDAY, APRIL 27.

FRW4I, I H PARis, Aran. , lB.-The 2d of:Tune being the day of Pentecost, their Altijesties will go to the Metropolitan Church, to render thanks to. God for the birth of the Ring -of Rome, and assist at the christening; at the! conclusion of which a solemn Deunt will be thattided
April 27, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

Msrch 2, At Nth, R.M. Tighe, E. to M:ss - Mazdet most, only daughter of Sir Patrick Macderrnot, Bart. Of C.btle Matfilernwt, in the ccmsty of Fermanagh, Irdaud. • March 3, Mr. Joh4 Read, to Miss Louisa Meredith, dattgLicr of Mr. M. Meredith, of Pfirtsinouth. IVorch 3, The Rev, O
March 7, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, hi..-11WH 7.

THURSDAY, hi..-11WH 7.

THURSDAY, 7. THE CAEACCAS. We have received Caraccas Gazettes to the of December. They contain the official account of the defeat of the body of troops which had marched from the Caraccas to attack Coro. The details of the advance and retreat of the insurgents, as giVen s . in a
March 7, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England