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• t PRICE OF TALLOW, SOAP, &e. per i I eib.—APRIL `2.1, • Town Tallow, Od—YOlow Russia, 35s 6d—White ditto,.

• t PRICE OF TALLOW, SOAP, &e. per i I eib.—APRIL `2.1, • Town Tallow, Od—YOlow Russia, 35s 6d—White ditto,.

235 Od—Soap ditto, 333 Od—Melting Stuff, 28s Od II —Ditto Rough, 18s o.l—Yellow Soap, 70s— , Mottled, ?Ss I „7 —Curd, 825—Graves, I6s Od—Good Dregs, 6s Oil. ' . •
April 25, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
Is 317 £39,500 CHARLES WRIGHT, WINE MERCHANT to the Royal Family, ne:lt to the King's and opposite dm Ilaytraarket Theatre.

Is 317 £39,500 CHARLES WRIGHT, WINE MERCHANT to the Royal Family, ne:lt to the King's and opposite dm Ilaytraarket Theatre.

Opera Colonnade, Haymarket, London, has now on SALE the finest OLD PORT, 365. per dozen; superior SHERRY, 365. per doz. : and CA PE MADEIRA, 16s. per doz. Two dozen of eacirof the above Wines will be well packed in an excellent SHERRY hog:, head, bottles included, by a remittanc
April 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, 111ARCII 29.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, 111ARCII 29.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, 29. WOOL DIM EN. Mr. liusatssow presented a Petition from certain Wool Growers, praying for a reduction of the duty on the importation of Wool, the Petitioners conceiving that the on the importation of that article was injurious to their interests. Mr. G.IIx*NET
April 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
Tin MARQVIS OP LUMNGS.

Tin MARQVIS OP LUMNGS.

From a Morning Paper. It is, we • prasutne, no secret to well-informed people, that the reception experienced by Lord /Listings on return from India to this country, was such as would be likely to disappoint the expectations of one who felt con. scious of having honestly execute
April 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
LEN7' ASSIZES.

LEN7' ASSIZES.

KINGSTON, SURREY, THURSDAY, APRIL 1. (Before Lord Chief Baron GRAITAN, and a Special Jury.) CIVIL IDE.-HARMER V. Mr. A stated this was an action for slanderous words, conveying charges of the most heinotis and revolting nature against the plaintiff, who was the son of a most res
April 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
'RINGER FORD, APntr, 28. Wheat to o{l Oats • .IsOd to 304 Od. Barley 2tli Oti to 344 Od Beans

'RINGER FORD, APntr, 28. Wheat to o{l Oats • .IsOd to 304 Od. Barley 2tli Oti to 344 Od Beans

Od to 445.0 d
May 2, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
ITALIAN PRO . NUNCIATION. ?unpublished, in a nest Pocket Volum, price ,6%. 6d. half-bound, illftg ITALIAN INTERPRETER consisting A. of

ITALIAN PRO . NUNCIATION. ?unpublished, in a nest Pocket Volum, price ,6%. 6d. half-bound, illftg ITALIAN INTERPRETER consisting A. of

Copious and Familiar Conversations, on subjects 14-getteral interest•and utility, together with a complete Vocabulary itEnglish and. ; to width is added, in a separate column, the exact Mode-,f Pronunciation, on a plan eminently calculated to facilitate the acquisition of the It
April 11, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

THE GREEKS. Letters from Miesoloughi, bearing dates 11th, 18th, and 19th Feb. have been received. They state the complete arrangenint of the military laboratory furnished by the Greek Committee, which will be of the greatest importance to the success Of the war.. Young Greeks, f
April 18, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
Mating the amount of the damages, they would Consider all thecircumstances—the.dcgree they had heard of trevions happiness, and the in

Mating the amount of the damages, they would Consider all thecircumstances—the.dcgree they had heard of trevions happiness, and the in

which the condection•began—becanse where .at appeared that great •art .and labour had been etnplo37ed in seducing the affections of a Woman, it was fair to knfer.that the foss of the husband was much greater than when she appeared ready to consent to. her own ruin. The Jury. aft
April 18, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
CERT' FICATES-11Av 4.

CERT' FICATES-11Av 4.

N. Ketcher, Bradwell-near-the-Sea, Egsex, shopkeeper —J. Smith, Wangford, Suffolk, dealer—O. Mercer, Basing - - hall-gtreet, woollen-draper —T. Peterken, Lirnehouse; baker—W. Honeysett, Dalstort, .Middlesex, dealor=3"-. Roper, Norwich, woollen-draper. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. W.
April 18, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England