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March 1, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BENSON observed, that petitions respecting the state of it is trade had been presented from almost every town in whicl:

BENSON observed, that petitions respecting the state of it is trade had been presented from almost every town in whicl:

ti was carried on. He should not discharge his duty to the he was con nec t e d w ith (St a ff or d), Wh e r e t h e le a the r busih s was a staple manufactory, without recommending their " w e L titions to the attention of the Chancellor of the ExcliequeT, (4 1 ,5 he hoped, wo
March 1, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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March 1, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIES.

EAST INDIES.

- JULY. 17.—A Supplementary London Gazette,lth'', dispatches from India, was published yesterday. great part of their information has been already they will be read with considerable inter r ogi details being more intelligible, as well as more arale those of the private accounts
July 19, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEA. SINGULAR DREAM.

MISCELLANEA. SINGULAR DREAM.

VIENNA, July I.—A singular circumstance has oc-' curred in this city Mr. D—, who resided here for some time, dreamt, during the last year, for seve. ral nights together,. that his brother, whom he had supposed dead, was still living, and a slave at Algiers. For a long time he re
July 19, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Mr. Keay stated the case for the pursuer with great clear; ness, and called three witnesses, chiefly to shew the value 0 ' the office held by the pursuer. Mr. Jeffrey then addressed the Jury for the defenders, tending-, that it was not implied in the judgment of the , of Session
March 30, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
lIKETS,

lIKETS,

. CORN-EXCHANGE, Fkinav, NiARCII 97, Igi B . W e had a very limited arrival of any Grain since Monday', in 'consequence of which the trade in general is rather brisker.---Barlen Beans, and Pease are each abuut Is. per ,ryuafter higher ; a n d h a vi ng b u t f e w f res h a r r
March 30, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Feb. 21. J. Martingdale, St. James's-street, Westminster, Middlesex, wine -merchant, at eleven, at Guildhall, London— March 21. A. J. Mackenzie and H. Roper, Cross-street, Finsbury-square, Middlesex, merchants. at twelve at Guildhall—Feb. 20. T. Butler and W. E. Hodgson, Calder
February 2, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

GUILDFORD RACES, TuEsn4y, 2. The King's Plate of 100 gs. Four-mile heats. Mi. Croekford's Merrymaker, 4 yrs, lostl 41b. Mr. Page's b. b. 4 yrs - 7 - Mr. King's Gainsborough - - - Mr. .King's Sober Robin - 2 to I on Merrymaker. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. - 1 I • 2 dr - 3 dr - The Members
June 7, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S LONDON -GAZETTE.

TUESDAY'S LONDON -GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. John Soady Rains, of Wapping Wall, merchant, frpritjune 2 to July iu.3, ten, at Guildhall. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. William Minot, of Lime-street, merchant. Lowrance Rourke, of the Ship and star, Rosemary- , loe, victualler. BANKRUPTS. George Peacock, of Ald
June 7, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England