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I A I/Ll I 6, l‘ tiri, X, r , r A - • l NUMBER 39, • EAST INDIA HOUSE, MA 5, 1823. COURT of DIRECTORS of the UNITED to COMPANY of MEF(CHANTS of ENGLAND, trading a. .7 11 1 East Indies, do hereby give Notice, nri That the Court will he ready to receive Proposals in 0 or WEDNESDAY
March 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
-.„..-- - - . • - - anent to pretetit exercising that posVer. not power already, an enactment was not

-.„..-- - - . • - - anent to pretetit exercising that posVer. not power already, an enactment was not

neeegsaiiTif he had, no enactment could deprive him of it. •. The Bill was then read a third time s Lord PALM ERSTON proposed a claiiSe subletting, Officers in the Fast India Company'sisei-ViCe, and who also held a corhmission from his Majesty, to the provisions of the Bill, whi
March 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
in the "Fortunes of Nigel."

in the "Fortunes of Nigel."

MRS. MARKHAM'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND. day is published, in two volumes 12m0., with Fourteen Plates, price 16s. boards, A HISTORY of ENGLAND, from the firstlrnva skin by the Romans, to the End of the Reign of Cieorge the Third: with Conversations at thg end of each Chapter. For the
March 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
TURNPIKE ACT.

TURNPIKE ACT.

Sir T. ACLANI) moved for leave to bring ~ a Bill to alter the New Turnpike Act so far as it regarded the 'toll demanded on carts laden with lime. His object was not to interfere with the general provisions of the Act. After a few words from Colonel Wood in support of the motion,
March 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
TRIBUNAL OF TIrE CORIIECTIONAL POLICE..

TRIBUNAL OF TIrE CORIIECTIONAL POLICE..

Messrs. Rouen, Sensier, Sang, Parysi, Charlear, and Deslopes, appeared this day . before' the Court, on a charge of having uttered seditious cries on the'day of M. Manuel's exelusion from the Chamber. A great number 'of witnesses were heard Oft both sides ) but the further heari
April 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CATTLE AT MARK ETi

CATTLE AT MARK ETi

Beasts 635 1 Pigs • , ' v.. 200 Sheep TO SINK 'tog OPAL, Beef • Ss 6d to 4s 4d I Mutton Bs 6d 4s 411 I Lamb 4s PER STONE or Veal • 4s to 5s 4d .Pork 3s 10d 4s 8d to .5s 6d, . , HAY MARKET. Ilay 3/. Os. Od,.a 4s: 7 —Clover 31. 55. -- Od. a Straw 2/. 1454 a 2/. It was stated, in a
April 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
IV A 1

IV A 1

A ftlll VI:1). Du F. • I Dublin U I Waterford . 0 O Cottenburgb O , •-liamburgh 1 . France 0 O Flanders . . 0 PRICE OF I3RITISII STOCKS DAY AT ONE. Consols 74H Exchequer Bills.. 12 13 prem New 4 lies Cents DUBLIN COURSE OF EkCIIANGE, Arnm 5. Exchange Bl Gov. Stock 31 per. Cent..
April 8, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
:St"IIIIWREak.

:St"IIIIWREak.

: St"IIIIWREak. AWFUL AND MELANCHOLY OF ALERT, PACKET-BOAT, CAPT. MORCA.N, BOUND FROM DUBLIN FOR LIVERPOOL • We have jtist been favoured With dab' Melancholy intelligence, given to us a gentleman who arrived in the Holyhead mail this morning, and wlibjeft on Wednesday morning: Th
March 28, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
COLOMBIAN LOAN.

COLOMBIAN LOAN.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the SECOND HALF-YEARLY DI% MEND of this LOAN will be paid to the Bond-holders, on the Ist day of MAY NEXT, and any subsequent day, Sundays excepted. The Dividend Warrants are to be left for examination at th. Office of Messrs. .C. HERRING, W. GRAHAM,
April 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
YORK SPRING MEETING, IW3.

YORK SPRING MEETING, IW3.

MONDAY, MA y 19 Sweepstakes of 20gs each, for thtee=yr olds, 7st. four, Sit. Slb.; five, 9st.; six and aged, 9st. 41b.; .41b; allowed to horses maiden at the time of naming; fillies allowed Sib.— Two miles. Lord Scarborough's b. f. Pair Charlotte. Mr. Lambton's ch. c. Corinthian
April 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England