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- 10) IT)AW:3, UPHOLSTERER • tind CABINET "MAk ER, Margaret -street, Cavendish-squarei• (from the late . Messrs. Gillows ' )

- 10) IT)AW:3, UPHOLSTERER • tind CABINET "MAk ER, Margaret -street, Cavendish-squarei• (from the late . Messrs. Gillows ' )

takes, the liberty most respectfully .to inform the .Nobility, air! Gantry, that he has, aft •r having devoted a great portion (Allis time and attention to the Object, lately invented a RECUMBENT F.ASI: . and , presautes it to be the most simple and complete ever offered • i to
June 17, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
STATE OP THE COUNTRY.

STATE OP THE COUNTRY.

Mr. E. DAVENPORT, after alluding to the distressed state of the country, and the consequent increase of crime: and contending that almost all our evils resulted from the convulsions in the currency, which had taken place within the last forty years, concluded by moving for a sel
June 17, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
;FOREICLY lATTELLIGENCE•

;FOREICLY lATTELLIGENCE•

GREECE. • The Hydra' Gaz.elle contains the following answer by Lord Cochrane, to an address -from the Hydriots, presented to him by a deputation : . •• To the Deputies of Greece assembled at Hermione. •• Poros, the 9th (20th) March, 1627. " Gentlemen,—l had the honour of receivi
June 17, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY. JUNE 15.

FRIDAY. JUNE 15.

. . This being the first day of Trinity. Term, • the Gentlemen who • have: ,been appointed. his Majesty's .Counsel learned in the law, took their ; seats within the Bar. They are Mr. TreslOve, Ir. Rose, and Mr. *Bickersteth,' of the -Chancery : Bays; • and Mr, John Williarns, Mr
June 17, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
COLONP.L BRADLEY.

COLONP.L BRADLEY.

'Mr..IILTME, in presenting a petition Colonel Bradley said, that he should very shortly state to th 4 House the substance of tho petitioner's grievances. A dispute having taken place between Colonel Bradley and Major Arthur, the former was put under an arrest, and:was confined u
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMEXT OF THE CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.

GOVERNMEXT OF THE CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.

Mr. BARING said that he had a petition to p °sent well worthy of the consideration of the House. It was signed by a great number oft he inhabitants of the Colony of the Cnpe of Hope. When the Howde considered the parVculav disposition of that colony. now growing to a vast exte n
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
WAYS AND MEANS.

WAYS AND MEANS.

In a Committee of Ways and Means. Mr. lIERRIES moved that the sum of to be raised by Exchequer Bills, 1:e granted to his Majesty to defray the expenses of the expedition to Portugal, which was agreed to. TURNER'S DIVORCE BILL. The Bill for annulling the alleged marriage of E. Gi
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
" Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the

" Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the

Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights."—JuNtus. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. - -nem— DISFRANCHISMIktiT OF tENRYN. Lord John Russell on Friday night gave notice, that he would on Tuesday next move for leave to bring in a bill to enable the borough of Manch
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
NEIVGA'rE AND LEADEN HA LL.—By the Carcass. Beef 3s 61 to 4s 6d Veal 4s Od to 5.4 a Mutton....3s

NEIVGA'rE AND LEADEN HA LL.—By the Carcass. Beef 3s 61 to 4s 6d Veal 4s Od to 5.4 a Mutton....3s

4d to 4.s 6d Pork 4s to 5s 84 . 44 to Eis Ud.
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW, JUNE 7.. SMITTIFIELD.—Iiity, old, 105 s to I2Os od—inferior, i Od to 100 s Od—Clover,l26s

PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW, JUNE 7.. SMITTIFIELD.—Iiity, old, 105 s to I2Os od—inferior, i Od to 100 s Od—Clover,l26s

to Ms Od—lnferior,loss to .120 s —Straw, 36 . s to 425. WricTEcilAent.Clover, 905 to 1405—Hay, 84s to 120 s Inferior, —s to —s; Straw, 36s to 42s Od. ST. J AMES'3.—Fitie Upland and prime Meadow Hay, 105 s to 130s—Old inferior ditto a nd coarse Lowland Hay ? 84s to 10Js—Clover, 1
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England