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This Day is published, A TABLE, giving a PROFIT and LOSS VIEW of PLANTING ONE ACRE of LAND, on the

This Day is published, A TABLE, giving a PROFIT and LOSS VIEW of PLANTING ONE ACRE of LAND, on the

System .recommended by Mr. Withers, and that generally adopted by - Scotch Planters. By W. WITHERS. Published by Longman and Co. Of whom may be had, The SECOND EDITION of Mr. WITHERS' PAMPHLET on the PLANTING and REARING of FOREST TREES.
October 14, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEA.

MISCELLANEA.

The departure of the Queen of Wirtemburg from England is finally settled. She will embark from Deptford dock-yard on the 9th inst. on board his majesty's yacht Royal Sovereign, for the Scheldt. The king has paid the legacies bequeathed by the late Duchess of York to her royal hi
October 7, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

, The suspense respecting our relations with Turkey continues, and the interest of the public is so fixed upon Constantinople, that intelligence from any other quarter is disregarded;. but the truth is, there has been nothing of the slightest moment either from Spain or Portugal
December 16, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

We are still in statu quo as regards Turkish politics; for A,ll the trash that appears in the London daily papers is not worth a second thought. The Sultan has never altered his course—he has been firm and temperate—and now ministers find that he is not to be bullied, they begin
December 9, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
On the 15th of December will be published, AN Edition of LORD BYR ON'S POEMS, beautifully printed by Davison, in

On the 15th of December will be published, AN Edition of LORD BYR ON'S POEMS, beautifully printed by Davison, in

Four Pocket Volumes, With a Portrait and three other Engravings, by Finden, and Wood Cuts, by Brooke, price only twenty shillings. Pri6ted for John Murray, Albemarle-street.
December 9, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The die is at length cast, and ministers have been compelled to speak out, and declare to their indignant countrymen, that Great Britain is involved in a war with her ancient ally for the sake of a few Greek pirates, who, according to the vocabulary of the liberals, are to be ca
January 6, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
A Constant Trader. Hag greatest part of her cargo engaged, VOR NEW SOUTH WALES, direct, the fine Coppered Ship AUSTRALIA,

A Constant Trader. Hag greatest part of her cargo engaged, VOR NEW SOUTH WALES, direct, the fine Coppered Ship AUSTRALIA,

A. 1; JOHN &LIGHT, Commander; burthen 350 tons; lying in the London Dock. This ship - has a poop, and very superior accommodations for Cabin and Steerage Passengers, and will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage apply to BUCKLES, BAGSTER, & BUCHANAN, 33, Marklane
January 6, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

Petitions for removing civil disabilities from both catholies and, 'dis.- senters were gaain presented in considerable numbers. Sir T. D. AeLawn - brought in a bill for the better regulation of the divisions of counties in England and Wales, and for the more effectual administra
March 2, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE WATCHMAN. LONDON, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1824.

THE WATCHMAN. LONDON, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1824.

An evening journal that was once a leading ministerial paper contradicts all the rumours relative to the suspected indisposition of his MAJESTY. It says the best proof of his MAJESTY'S health is found in the fact that the KING had a three hours' ride in the vicinity of the royal
March 2, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
IN TliE MATTER OF CHARLES BAXTER.

IN TliE MATTER OF CHARLES BAXTER.

The defendant in this case was brought up on a. former day on a habeas corpus, having been committed to Norwich gaol by the commissioners of bankruptcy, for answering unsatisfactorily the questions put to.him on his examination. _ _ _ The question whether the bankrupt's examinat
February 10, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England