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TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDE!). ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE, Manchester, porter-dealer.' BANKRUPTS. In Town, at Bosingltall-street.—W. BURBIDGE, St. Paul's Church-yard, general-dealer, July 3,10, August?. (So. icitor, Bonsfield, Chatham place, Black friars. T. Dover street, Hanover square,
July 1, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THE KING v. WAKEFIELD.

THE KING v. WAKEFIELD.

We can state from undoubted authority, that this trial will come on at Lancaster on Wednesday next; and that, up . to the time of our paper going to press, no intelligence of its having been put off to Thursday had reached London, nor had Mr. Turner's agent received any account
March 18, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
SALE AND CO., Boot-makers to his Excellency Prince Staremberg, , 331 STRAND, Do continue to -make to Measure their WELLINGTON

SALE AND CO., Boot-makers to his Excellency Prince Staremberg, , 331 STRAND, Do continue to -make to Measure their WELLINGTON

BOOTS for ONE 'POUND ONE SHILLING! of the best Leather and Workmanship England can produce! SALE an Co. return their sincere thanks for the generous support which the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public have been kind enough to favour them with, which ena-- ) - s s iltenu,to make a
March 18, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
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July 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
LEGISLATION. To Editor of the London Free Presth SlR,—if it be true that the happiness • or a country depends

LEGISLATION. To Editor of the London Free Presth SlR,—if it be true that the happiness • or a country depends

on the wisdom and policy of its laws, bow 41 Much is it to be lamented that more attention is not si paid to the important subject of their formation? , Nearly - everY man, talented or otherwise, who has I either money or influence enough to procure a seat in I the House of Comm
July 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
ROUNTHWAITE'S PATENT HARNESS LIQUID.—G. Rouuthwaite, after upwards of Thirty Years' practical experience as a Currier, confidently submits the above LIQU

ROUNTHWAITE'S PATENT HARNESS LIQUID.—G. Rouuthwaite, after upwards of Thirty Years' practical experience as a Currier, confidently submits the above LIQU

II) to. the Public, particularly to Gentlemen accustomed to Travelling, for the preservation of Harness, Carriages, Chaise-Heads, and all kinds of Black Leathei - exposed - to sun and rain, being far superior in its effects to any preparation yet produced, rendering every kind o
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED TWENTY-SIX YEARS,

ESTABLISHED TWENTY-SIX YEARS,

FO SALE OF IRISH LINEN AT THE FACTORS' PRICES, No; 4, SOUTH-SIDE OF BLOOMSBURY s6uArt.E. rUHE IRISH LINEN COMPANY beg leave to announce to fie Public, that the above House is their only establishment in this country,: where they continue to supply the Nobility, Gentry, and the P
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

Sir T. Heathcote, Sir T. Gooch, and Mr. Portman, pwented petitions praying the repeal of the Test and Corporaf on Acts. Mr. Wood pre.ented petitions front the Weavers of Lancashire, complaining of distress. DIINISTERIAL ARRANGEMENTS. Mr. BEAUMONT stated, that in cons:quence of a
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
NoTict

NoTict

By the permission of Ma. LioviEss; the eloquent and uncompromising Enrvon of THE IR ISIIMAN, we are enabled to accept the kind Offer OfIVIR. Yr CORM ICS, his confidential and indefatigable Agent and Traveller, to be Agent and Traveller in Ireland for THE LONDON PRESS, all ef who
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
LONDON FREE PRESS.

LONDON FREE PRESS.

" 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."—JuNius.
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England