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-E%change, March 10. We have had a good supply of Grain both from - own coast and Ireland since Monday, and the trade on the whole is dull, and rather lower than otherwise. Fine Wheat fully maintains its but for the ordinary qualities there is scarcely any sale, though offered o
March 18, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
VALENCIA, FEB. 24.

VALENCIA, FEB. 24.

Yesterday the remains of thirteen of the martyrs of patriotism were dug from the burying-ground of the Trinity, which is ex elusively destined for criminals. They were conveyed in a niagmiticent triumphal car to the field of liberty, the place in which the executions took`iplace
March 18, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, March 13.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, March 13.

BANKRUPTS. 1. Durtnall, Town and Port of Dover ; ironmonger, to surrender March 26, 27, April 24, at the Guildhag, Canterbury: solicitors, Messrs. Stocker, Dawson, and Herringham, New Botwell-court, Lincoln's-inn. G. Lowe, Manchester, cotton-dealer, March 23, April 7, 24, at the
March 18, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
__ _ - - - • - _ - FOREIGN. NAPLES. On the Ist inst. the national parliament opened its

__ _ - - - • - _ - FOREIGN. NAPLES. On the Ist inst. the national parliament opened its

session for IF2I. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent assisted at the eolenio ceremony, with her Royal Highness the Duchess of Calate in, his wife, his august family, and the Prince of Salerno, hi 6 brother.' The Coitrt was in full state: the Royal party entered ' the clamber a
March 25, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
SAIZDTNIA.-TURIN.

SAIZDTNIA.-TURIN.

Of the revolution ii this place we wait for facts before we do more than give the inostprominent documents of the newgot eminent. Pft9Cl AMATION. " Charles Albert of Savoy, PI of Carignan°, Regent." " The urgency of the circumstances in which his Majesty the King, Victor Emmanue
March 25, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
ROMAN CATHOLIC DISABILITY REMOVAL BILL.

ROMAN CATHOLIC DISABILITY REMOVAL BILL.

31r. PLUNKETT suggested the house should go into a committee now, merely that there might be an opportunity for bringing up the new clauses, in order to have them printed. The hill could then be recommitted, and fully discussed in the committee. On the question that the Speaker
March 25, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
. STRICTURES C UBED. 1 0 '.O Y. a Tetbod, the above troublesome CQ 4: , p - is entirely

. STRICTURES C UBED. 1 0 '.O Y. a Tetbod, the above troublesome CQ 4: , p - is entirely

eradicated (without the use of bougie or cause ),. if not 'constitutional, whether of long or short standing, as well .as all weaknesses generally accompanying it; and in, a short time the whole systein . is re-established: being one Of the greatest discoveries o'er made. pp J.
April 15, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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43 1 Naples Lisbon Oporto 49 Rio Janeiro . . . . . . 46 Bahia • • • • • • • Dublin . • • ~ • .• • 8 Cork 8 BULLION, per Ounce. Friday, April 13. Portugal Gold, in coin - r 0 0 0 Foreign Gold, in bars - 3 17 10i New Doubloons 7 •• 0 0 0 New Donn - 0 4 10 Silver, in bars, standard
April 15, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
IRISH TRADE.

IRISH TRADE.

Sir HENRY PARNELL rose to move for a Committee to inquire into the present laws and regulations of the trade and intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland. The main object of his motion would be to put the trade between the two countries on precisely the same footing as. the
April 23, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
FRO3I SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

FRO3I SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. W. Sharpe, Coleortou, Leicestershire, butcher. J. Shirley, Moreton in the Marsh, Gloucestershire, baker. H. Comte, Church-street, Bethnal-greeu, cabinet-maker. R. Smith, Humburton Yorkshire, dealer. S. Porter, City of London, stationer. J. Bullock, Leatlenhall-street,
February 10, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England