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PARISH AFFAIRS. ST. LUKE'S AND Mn. WILRS.

PARISH AFFAIRS. ST. LUKE'S AND Mn. WILRS.

April 22, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
UXBRIDGE.—Corn Inspector's Return, Wheat, per load, 151 to 1810 s. Barley per q. 38s Od to tkl Beans ..49s Od

UXBRIDGE.—Corn Inspector's Return, Wheat, per load, 151 to 1810 s. Barley per q. 38s Od to tkl Beans ..49s Od

to 58s Od 3.3. Od to 41s OA Peas ....--s Od to Od Rye S'is to 40s.
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
NEWBURY, BERKS, 8. Wheat Imp. bl. 50, to 63s I Oats . sO. to Ois Rye, orosod. per bush I

NEWBURY, BERKS, 8. Wheat Imp. bl. 50, to 63s I Oats . sO. to Ois Rye, orosod. per bush I

Beane ........ to Et, 8ar1ey........ 37s to 59s I Peas ••• . • ---4 to 6lie Bread, per gallon, 151. to 17d:
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
SELECT VESTR I ES.

SELECT VESTR I ES.

St. PAUL, COVF.NT.GAIIDEN.—On Monday evening another meeting took place at the Rainbow. Tavern, - King-street, of the principal inhabitants of the parish of St. Paul, Covent-garden, who have formed themselves into a Committee to endeavour to abolish the Select Vestry established
April 1, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
COMMON COUNCIL.

COMMON COUNCIL.

A Court of Common Council was held on Wednesday at Guildhall, for the purpose of considering the • propriety of petitioning both houses orParliament for the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. Mr. - Fayell took a review of the origin and effects - of these acts, and pointed
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Pi Town. at Basta rhaltst reet.--J. LA IV Johnli-mews, . l' Little James•street, fledlerd row,irun ntanutlie urer, May 29, Junel 5, July 3. (Solicitors, Hume add Smith, -Great James street., Bed' f.,rd-row. W. Wu Prrinr.l), Bow lane. Chearmide, t Ivern keeper June L,B July 3. (H
May 27, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

TN consequence of the high p op u l ar i ty and A. extensive sale of the ORIGINAL MACASSAR OIL, KALYDOR, &c., having induced needy Pirates to impose on the Public base Imitations, A. LAND and SON, Sole Proprietors of the ORIGINAL and GENUINE, consider it an imperative duty to st
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THEATRE noy AL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND. ITIL MATHEWS AT HOME. On MON./NHL DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY Evenings, with an

THEATRE noy AL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND. ITIL MATHEWS AT HOME. On MON./NHL DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY Evenings, with an

entirely New Entertahnnent. fourded on his Observations on Character, Manners, and Peculiarities, called THE HOME CIRCUIT; Or, LONDON GLEANINGS. PART IL—A MONOPOLYLOGUE, to introduce the Dead Alive, entitled MATHEWS' DREAM, or, THE THEATRICAL GALLERY! PART lII.—GLEANINGS CONTINU
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
To Sail early in April, FOR BATAVIA; SINGAPORE; and 4-fiFk. P ENANG, the remarkably fine Teak-built "----47 Bark,. NIMROD, TuostAs

To Sail early in April, FOR BATAVIA; SINGAPORE; and 4-fiFk. P ENANG, the remarkably fine Teak-built "----47 Bark,. NIMROD, TuostAs

HARVEY, Com'pander ; Burthen 220 Tons, Lyin in the 'City Canal. as superior Accommodation for Passengers... For Freight or Pasiage apply to BUCECES, BAGSTER, BUCHANAN, 33, Mark-lane.
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
EDINDUR6rII DINNAIL AVOWAL BY SIR WALTER scorr OP BEING AUTHOR OP TOE WAVERLEY NOVELS, Upwards of three hundred gentlemen dined

EDINDUR6rII DINNAIL AVOWAL BY SIR WALTER scorr OP BEING AUTHOR OP TOE WAVERLEY NOVELS, Upwards of three hundred gentlemen dined

on Tuesday week, and made a contribution of more than 28:.q., In aid of a Fund to be•applied in supporting aged and disabled actors in Scotland. The charitable nature of the object in 'view was of itself sufficient to attract both numbers and respectability to the meeting. The e
March 4, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England