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, ......... EROM THE LONDON GAZEItES.

, ......... EROM THE LONDON GAZEItES.

September 15, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS to be made at GUILDHALL.

DIVIDENDS to be made at GUILDHALL.

DIVIDENDS to be at GUILDHALL. Ott. T. Waghorn, Rointord, draper, at ;2. Ott. 16. S. It aniley and P. Aldrich . , BilhOp's Stott - ford, uphOlfterers',.at to. • O. to. J. • Shakethaft, jun. Widegate-ftreet, at iz. 0a213. J. B;Hudfon, Hackney-grove, at to ott. 13. C. Fenvvick, St.
September 15, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS.

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS.

W. Wood, and W. and Martha Role, Gloucefter, grocers. M. and J. fledges, Rotherhithe, coopers. Fither, Smith, and Atkinfon, Cheapfide. Errington and Bow ftead, Wood-ftreet, woollen-fattors. gate and Co. Burnley, Lancalhire, woollen-manufacturers. D. Robinfon, and Mary and H. War
August 11, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, AUG. 7.

TUESDAY, AUG. 7.

ADMIRALTY-OFFICE, AUG. 7. Vice-Admiral Sir James Saumarez has trans- . mitted to J. W. CrOker, Esq. a letter from Capt. Poyntz, of his Majesty's ship Edgar, giving an account of the capture, an 'the 7th of fast month,, off 6ranna, of three Danish gun-boats, mounting each one lon
August 11, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED

BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED

.Richard Harris, Oxford, fhopkee'per, from Aug. 3, to Sept. 12, at it, at the Town Hall, Oxford. • kw landAlaltny, Nrlortiiner-fguare i money-fcrivener, Aug. It, to Aug. 30, at , at Guildhall. George Revell, Poplar, bricklayer, from Aug. 4, to Sept. 2.1., at ii, at Guildhalf. Jo
August 11, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
The threat N 1 which this political valediction concludes, indicates the grossest ignorance of history that can well be Conceived

The threat N 1 which this political valediction concludes, indicates the grossest ignorance of history that can well be Conceived

: Con• stantinople, when the present impolitic' war with is concluded, is to become the centre of Cbmmerce between the East Indies and Europe ; and our command of the seas is, then,. we are- told, to avail us nothing. Now first, not- this a'clear 'confesskon, notwithstanding all
August 11, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
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November 3, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
NEW FRENCH DECREE.

NEW FRENCH DECREE.

A Foreign mercantile fiouse, of the first respectability, in the City; received yesterday a new French Decree against the English corn 'Tierce, of a more rigorous nature than any of the numerous Edict § Of the same kind, which, have already issued from the Cabinet of Napoleon. I
November 3, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
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December 1, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England
 
'l' II 1.7. KING V. FISH Elt AND lIAItVEV.

'l' II 1.7. KING V. FISH Elt AND lIAItVEV.

'l' II 1.7. KING V. FISH AND lIAItVEV. These defendants. were also brought up to recetse. the judgment of the Court, for publit...hing that m the News - pape - rscalled " The • %% kith the aforesaid defendant had copied into " The Statesman." Their sentence was 12 months each in
December 1, 1810 - Westminster Journal and Old British Spy - London, London, England