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From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 7. BANKRUPTS. WILLIAM BENFIELD, St. Mary-at-hill, perfumer, to surrender Dec. 19, at half-past 2

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 7. BANKRUPTS. WILLIAM BENFIELD, St. Mary-at-hill, perfumer, to surrender Dec. 19, at half-past 2

o'clock, Jan. 18, at 11. at the Bankrupts' Court: solicitor, Mr. Hume, Southampton-buildings. Chancery. lane, and Great Surrey-street: official assignee, Mr. Graham, Copthall-buildings. MAXWELL ROBERT DUN and WILLIAM CLEUGH, London-street, Fenchurch-street, merchants, Dec. 14. a
December 12, 1832 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The young King of Hungary is nearly recovered, and will appear in public in a few days. His rapid convalescence may be considered as a proof of the strength of his constitution, on which subject a false notion seems to be entertained, especially hi foreign countries. His Highnes
January 23, 1833 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
ABOLITION OF CHURCH PATRONAGE.

ABOLITION OF CHURCH PATRONAGE.

(From the Edinburgh Observer.) On Monday, the 14th, a Meeting of this Society, and of those interested in its objects, was held in the Assembly Rooms. Among the gentlemen present we observed George Sinclair, Esq., M.P., Rev. Drs. Dickson, Muirhead, Manuel, and M'Crie ; Reverend
January 23, 1833 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES.

CERTIFICATES.

W. J. Ward, Bermondsey-street, Southwark, wine-merchant. —N. Geary, Southampton, and New Bond-street, stay-manufacturer.—C. Cole and J. Gendall , Exeter, carvers.—J. G. Worthy, Alpnington, Devonshire, corn-factor.—W. Rowley, Great Queen-street, Lincoln'sinn-fields, saddlers'-iro
January 23, 1833 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN GRAIN, Free, WIIEAT. Per Qr. Per Qr. Canada Red . Flanders and Brabant Pomerania,Mecklenbu!gh, and llamburgh 44 56 Memel

FOREIGN GRAIN, Free, WIIEAT. Per Qr. Per Qr. Canada Red . Flanders and Brabant Pomerania,Mecklenbu!gh, and llamburgh 44 56 Memel

—OO 00 Dantzig, Elbing, and honigsburg . . Riga and Archangel BARLEY OATS. Friezland Brew Groningen thick holstein and Danish Riga and Archangel BEANS. Tick, Dutch, &c . . 32 31 Small 34 34 Mediterranean PEAS. Grey White . . • 38 42
January 23, 1833 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
RIGHTS OF THE POOR,

RIGHTS OF THE POOR,

In all the Inelosure Acts that the Ovriterof this articlehas seen, care has been taken to retain a portion of the soil for the clergy, but he does not ,remember a single instance in, which any reservation was made for the poor. It has often.been observed, by persons acquainted w
April 25, 1832 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
CHOLE .

CHOLE .

April 25, 1832 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
SCRIPTURAL EDUC.

SCRIPTURAL EDUC.

"THE BIBLE—VIE. WHO BUT TI-U Most sacred do I hold this expressive - Motto. But tablished Church pf Engla ally clerical 'members of th mosttrulygratifying : for unti education was made public maxim was never selected by hierarchy. On the contrary maxim, that the large majot of t
April 25, 1832 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
Cht ii triot

Cht ii triot

ii triot A GENCY ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.- A- The Public are informed that the LECTURES on the Subject of COLONIAL SLAVERY, in the Metropolis, have not been abandoned, but only suspended until proper Means of Protection have been provided for the Lecturer and his audience. This has
July 25, 1832 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
FOR BILIOUS, LIVER, AND STOMACH COMPLAINTS, IN- DIGESTION, SICK HEAD-ACHE, Ike FROUD'S COMPOUND HEPATIC PILLS, an effectual remedy for preventing

FOR BILIOUS, LIVER, AND STOMACH COMPLAINTS, IN- DIGESTION, SICK HEAD-ACHE, Ike FROUD'S COMPOUND HEPATIC PILLS, an effectual remedy for preventing

and removing those distressing diseases, to which the Liver and Stomach are liable. These very important organs of the human constitution demand particular attention, as a derangement of their functions, if neglected, never fails to produce the most alarming consequences. The Li
July 25, 1832 - Patriot - London, London, England