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witness understood, to his fellow-servants). When Dawson went, Goodwill was talking to witness, and Polten had been sent for by

witness understood, to his fellow-servants). When Dawson went, Goodwill was talking to witness, and Polten had been sent for by

his mister. The drinking of the beer originated in the proposal of Dawson, that the two servants should stand a pot for seeing the work going on. It was finally agreed that Dawson aid Polten should be a pint apiece. Nothing strange appeared to have been in the pot when they dran
March 16, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OILS, per Ton,. of 252 Gallon.

OILS, per Ton,. of 252 Gallon.

New Grcenl. Whale 481. 501. I Spermaceti — 1151. Old Pale Seal 5Ol. I Pale Rape... .571. —s. PRICE OF RAW FA •• /Is statedby the Tallow Jieltees. .T per Stone of .I\l4Rcn 13. Wetted b the But s. d; St. James's Market 4 5 Wltiteelutfel Market 4 Clare Maitet New gate Alarket ! Ave
March 16, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

We have received from a respectable Correcpondent the following copy of a letter from Madrid. The writer is said, by our Correspondent, to be very worthy of credit, and to have particular means of informal ion :—( Times.) " MADRID,. AuG. 18.—You reqnest me to tell you, as far as
September 7, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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March 15, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW SHERIFFS.

NEW SHERIFFS.

ITAMES OF THE SHERIFFS APPOINTED ON WEDNESDAY BY THE, PRINCE REGENT, FOR THE YEAR 1819. edford—The Hon. Samuel Ongley, of Sandy. Berks—John Sawyer, of Heywood Lodge, Esq. 41/mks—John Grubb, of llorsenden, Esq. and Hunt .—John Hall, of West Wratting, Esq. rnes.lire—John Smith Bar
February 15, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
11\-,

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11\- , • PRICE OF RAW .FAT per Stone of "Sib. 'FRIDAY, FEB. t. d. Tallow-cliandlere S. d. j Butchere-Hall. S. St. James's Market ..4 f, St, James's Market Whitechapal Market 4 2,-c Whitechapel Market . • .4s. 3d. Market........ t .r k. . ... .. . Cztiks, a ports p, , es, PRICES O
February 15, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL RFPORT FOR JULY.

AGRICULTURAL RFPORT FOR JULY.

Throughout the whole month of May the appearance of the crops .indicated a late harvest; every thinz seemed at rt, stand for want of warm weather, the grass and layers had made no growth, and the corns, particnlarly the barleys, v,ere completely set fast. Soon, however, the pros
August 3, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LO.IVDOS G.4ZETTE--Sir7llDer,.jeLY 26.

LO.IVDOS G.4ZETTE--Sir7llDer,.jeLY 26.

DIVI D EN DS. Aug. 29, J. T. Rickword, Devizes, wine and brandymerchant—Aug. 19, S. G. Borridge, Deptford, victualler— Aug. 26, J. and J. I'. Taylor, Upper Thames-street, ironmerchants—Aug. IS, J. Duniam, East .Teignmouth, merchant—Aug. 21, T. Bruton, lilcot, Gloucestershire, ho
August 3, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
A f 'GUST 3

A f 'GUST 3

persons, and liable to he dispersed by every breath of air. The public are therefore eager to realize, arid to avail themselves of the present high price. Hence the number of sellers of stock at this moment, so far exceeding that of the buyers—and hence the consequent fall in th
August 3, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
........ 0 ........ Til E FUNDS. It is now conjectured that the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER was over-reached by some

........ 0 ........ Til E FUNDS. It is now conjectured that the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER was over-reached by some

interested Jew .StockJobbers,when he was persuaded to decline borrowing a loan this year—and to this is attributed the late fluctuations in the public funds. This much is evident, that the comparative -saving arising from the preference given to the issue of Exchequer pills over
August 3, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England