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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
 
~ ..jruthe uxbridge coaches, was nneu etsdaY, for wilfully driving against and overturning to ;nu belonging to it gentleman. named Penni. patronage. • COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

~ ..jruthe uxbridge coaches, was nneu etsdaY, for wilfully driving against and overturning to ;nu belonging to it gentleman. named Penni. patronage. • COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

~ ..jruthe uxbrid g e coaches, was nneu e t s daY, for wilfully driving against and overturning to ;nu belonging to it gentleman. named Penni. patronage. • COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL. At a „Court of Common Council held on Thursday at Guildhall,. Mr.- SLADE presented a petition from
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
say so.'"

say so.'"

Is it credible that his Lordship Seriously held such silly conversation with this wretched driveller? BlackwoOd's Ataga:inc.—This . is certainly a very excellent number. The articles are, without exc,p-tion, ably written, and several are deeply interesting. "Le Revenant.," "The
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS—CITY, Saturday, Four o'Clock.

THE FUNDS—CITY, Saturday, Four o'Clock.

Consols closed yesterday at sm, and opened this morning at 82, which has been the only price up to the present hour, both for money and account; there is scarcely any continuation for the May account, and nothing has been e7ected of the least importance, the market appears extre
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
Books just pnblished by WILLIAM BOOTH, No:02, Duke-street, ..Manchester-Fiquare, and sold by all- other Booksellers. Under the Patronage or, and

Books just pnblished by WILLIAM BOOTH, No:02, Duke-street, ..Manchester-Fiquare, and sold by all- other Booksellers. Under the Patronage or, and

dedicated, by special permission, to his MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY. , In 3 vols. BYo. price 31. extra boards; royal paper 51.; or in parts, at 3s. each, demy, and ss. royal paper;' SC lENTIA. 818 LICA : containing the New Testament in the original tongue, with the English Vulgate, a
March 18, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PEIOSPECTUS.

PEIOSPECTUS.

Whenever any new literary.enterprise is undertaken, it is expect .(.1 that its Conductors should explain their motives, and set forth the grounds upon which they build their hopes of success. In the present instance, this explanation doubly necessary, periodicals already existin
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
ADMIRALTY SESSIONS.

ADMIRALTY SESSIONS.

The General Session of Oyer and Terminer of the Admiralty of England,, for the trial of offences committed upon the High - Seas, within its jurisdiction, commenced on Tuesday, at the Old Bailey, before the Right Hon. Lord Stowell, Lord Chief Justice Best, and Mr. Baron Vaughan.
June 3, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England