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BANKRUPCIES SUPERSEDED.

BANKRUPCIES SUPERSEDED.

A. Daniels, Prescott-street, Goodmaa's 7 fiekis, flianiondmerchant. BANKRUPTS. B. I.lolman, -Crown-street; Vinsburv-squari.Alatter. Solicitor, Mr. R. M. Annesley, East-India Chambers, Leadenhall-street. J..and J. Worth, Trmnp-street, warehousemen. Solicitor, Mr. Phipps, Weaver's
September 7, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
• • COAL MARKET, SEPT. 5. Ships at Market. Ships sold• .:Piice. 79 Newcastle 5911 - - 4es. Od. 32

• • COAL MARKET, SEPT. 5. Ships at Market. Ships sold• .:Piice. 79 Newcastle 5911 - - 4es. Od. 32

Slimierland 25 -• • 3 % 55. tid. fo 439. Od.
September 7, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
No. 5.

No. 5.

June 29, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
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In Consols the quantity of business has been The rise has been ascribed to the reports from Francebut another cause has operated to give an impulse to the buyers. .From the market going yesterday againLt - the Bears—they pocketled the Transfer Tiekets. But a notice being posted u
June 29, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
ItJNITIAY

ItJNITIAY

RUNS THE GREAT CIRCUIT, The only full size Quarto Paper LONDON: SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1823. VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT-SATURDAY. COBOURG THEATRE- LOOKING-GLASS CURTAIN. Mr. WAKEFIELD moved the Court for an injunction to restrain the trustees of this theatre from removing, pledging, or
August 10, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

General Quiroga, with his Aide-de-Camp Renny, General Pamplona, with two Aide-de-Camps, General Romany, Colonels Cologno, Hussendelier, and Janssiens, together with forty Captains and Lieutenants, arrived at Plymouth on the 6th by the Royal George steam-packet. The arrival of so
August 10, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
1111M111M1N1Mm......_ WORSHIP-STREET. SHOcKIN' G CASE' Or RAPE AND ROBBERY. • • FIRST DAY.

1111M111M1N1Mm......_ WORSHIP-STREET. SHOcKIN' G CASE' Or RAPE AND ROBBERY. • • FIRST DAY.

1111M111M1N1Mm......_ WORSHIP-STREET. SHOcKIN ' G CASE' Or RAPE AND ROBBERY. • • FIRST DAY. On 'Monday, .Samuel .11oskinson, Joseph Na.r.field, and William RmrOnion, three stout inland :navigators, were charged with a rape of the most barbarous nature. Elizabeth Clay too, a young
August 10, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
14 ITT ON-G A RDE N

14 ITT ON-G A RDE N

Thursday, Shepherd Wolfe, a master tailor, about sixty years of age, was brought up, in, custody of William Read, charged with taking indecent liberties with about twenty female children residing in th'e neighbourhood. Piie of the girls, with their mothers, attended, • • Mary. A
August 10, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
TOWN HALL. A HUMAN HEAD IN ACTUAL PICKLE.

TOWN HALL. A HUMAN HEAD IN ACTUAL PICKLE.

Wm. Marshall, (who applied some days since at Union Hall for a warrant against a man of the name of John Bull, for taking forcible possession of the pickled -head of an Indian Chief), was summoned before Mr. Alderman , Wood, to show cause why he detained the said head . from the
August 17, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
MANSION-HOUSE.

MANSION-HOUSE.

A respectable baker in the City, attended with his Soli'eitor, before the Lord Mayor to make a charge of a seri°lts nature against a flour factor. From the statement ~0 f the complainant it appeared, that numbers of bakers ,in the metropolis have of late been subjected to heavy.
June 1, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England