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" 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 Rlghts."--J upaus:
June 17, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
MR. PIO CUNCHETTINTS CONCERT.

MR. PIO CUNCHETTINTS CONCERT.

-...W.- FREAK 3 OF REAT-,I.4TTLE MEN.—The annual Morning Concert Of thi4 eminent pianist, was held on Wednesday, at the Argyll-rooms. The mere announcement that he would himself conduct, and take a leading share in the performance, would have been in itself a sufficient attracti
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

By the Manchester, which arrived in Liverpool on Wednesday, New York Papers to the 17th May have been received. May 7.—The subjoined letters lave been laid on the table of the Quebec Exchange, for the information of the trade:— "The Committee of trade have much satisfaction in a
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
UXBRIDGE.—Corn Inspector's Return, Wheat, per load, 111 Ds to 1810 s. Barley per q. 43s Od to 45s Od Beans

UXBRIDGE.—Corn Inspector's Return, Wheat, per load, 111 Ds to 1810 s. Barley per q. 43s Od to 45s Od Beans

..48s Od to LBs Od Oats ...... 34s Od to Od I Peas —s Od to Os ua NEWBURY, BERKS, Jusz 7. Wheat Imp. W. 48s to 66s I Oats . qs : , to 406 Rye, --s. orOs Od. per bush I Beans Barley 3Bs to I Peas ........ Os to —* Bread, per gallon, Isd. to 17d.
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, JUNE 3.

SUNDAY, JUNE 3.

THE KING'S HEALTIL—We have heard an alarming report from a quarter in which we repose much confidence, that his Majesty has been more unwell lately than the public have been led to imagine. We fervently trust that what we have heard is untrue, and that no apprehension ought to e
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, MAY 31;

THURSDAY, MAY 31;

THE RACE FOR THE DERHY.—The fineness of the day and the attraction Of the sport drew together an immense. concourse of people. The attendance of the nobility was very numerous: amongst a crowd of others were noticed Prince Esterhazy ; Dukes of Portland, Grafton, Richmond; Marqui
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

July 5, C. Chaffin, Wooton under-Edge, Glocestershire, clothier June lc, S. Kile, St. Clement's. Oxfordshire, bookseller—June 19. C. Tatner, Horton• Kirby, Kent, farmer—June 18, It. Strachau, Lime-street, slip broker—June 19, W. Dodd, Liverpool, paper' hanging-manufacturer—June
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
• iiING OF OUDt.I'S FAVOURITE SAUGE. . This very .extraerdirtary Sauce has already (thought only a short time introduced from

• iiING OF OUDt.I'S FAVOURITE SAUGE. . This very .extraerdirtary Sauce has already (thought only a short time introduced from

India) obtained a, fame and character atnongst 'Connoisseurs,' which the-most approved of the bitheito known Sauces have been years in arriving at • It is . pronounced to be decidedly the most piquant &limns Sauce ever yet offred to the Public, and needs only a trial to prove it
April 29, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
the memory of his numerous descendants and very tensive circle of friends.—On Saturday, the 11 a t Windsor, Richard Bullock,

the memory of his numerous descendants and very tensive circle of friends.—On Saturday, the 11 a t Windsor, Richard Bullock,

aged 18, second son of the late Edward Bullock, Esq. of Upper Bedford-place, formerly of Jiunaica.—The Rev. James Landelss minister of Coldingham in .Berwickshire, he was beloved as a man and respected as a. minister of the gospel. Mr. Landnls was travelling between Dunse and, C
April 29, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
GUILDFORD MARKET, A PRIL 21. We had a good demand for Wheat of all description ; to-day, with rather a

GUILDFORD MARKET, A PRIL 21. We had a good demand for Wheat of all description ; to-day, with rather a

scanty supply, and our market pretty generally eleared on somewhat better terms Ow' lasi week. There is very little doing in the Barley trad e ' as both the Malting and Seed seasons are nearly .over: the few samples which were at market sold on full as g oo(' . Wheat, per load,
April 29, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England