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LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, WEDNESDAY, 014. The supply of grain this day was but small, and the niarket has scarcely varied from Monday last. Wheat was rather heavy in sale, and the finest qualities of New Wheat may be quoted at 48s. Barley was also rather, flat, but the price is without the
02 October 1822 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

MONDAY, SEPT. 30:—We had rather a smaller supplY usual this day in the market, which has caused a trifling a dvanci in all meat, except Mutton. The supply of Beasts was, howet much as usual, and Beef is about 2d. per stone dearer. Lamb ; without any alteration in price, and Mutt
02 October 1822 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
HIGH TREASON.

HIGH TREASON.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-HOUSE, CLERKENWELL. MARCH 29. 'This morning, at twelve o'clock, the Court was, , opened, pursuant to•adjournment from Tuesday. Chief Justice Abbott alone took his seat on Bench; the Law Officers, several Magistrates, and a few spectators were also present. Imm
05 April 1820 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
"Tirtbo.

"Tirtbo.

Mrs. George Ititherdoo, oft.'hapel street, Bedford row, of a dough-ter. At Albany road, Camberwell, two days after her husband's decease, Maria widow of the late Mr. Henry Bison, of a daughter. The lady of Nlr. Birkett,of Cloth lane, of a son: At Ilaresficielosear Glocester, the
05 April 1820 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
PRICE 0 Norwich Yarmouth Lynn Ipswich ...... Wisbeach Bedford Cambridge Canterbury Derby Devizes Giant ham Iluntingdon Lewes Lincoln... Maidstone Newbury

PRICE 0 Norwich Yarmouth Lynn Ipswich ...... Wisbeach Bedford Cambridge Canterbury Derby Devizes Giant ham Iluntingdon Lewes Lincoln... Maidstone Newbury

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05 April 1820 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, MARCH 7.

FRIDAY, MARCH 7.

The House was summoned to attend in the house of Pters, to hear the Royal Assent givese by commission to sundry bills. (See Lords.) HousE TA x.—Mr. HUSKISSON presented a petition from persons in Liverpool, praying fer the equalization of the House Duties—a petition, however, whi
12 March 1823 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
RAYONAE IYTELLEGNICE.

RAYONAE IYTELLEGNICE.

BAYoNNE, MARC* IThe Army of the Faithm Navarre, the three provinces, and .Arragon, including the division of Bessieres (according to lists furnished by the Spanish Generals here), arrumnts . to--15,000 men; to which must be added equal number who have enrolled in the provinces,
12 March 1823 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
SURREY SESSIONS.

SURREY SESSIONS.

Catherine Keife, Catherine Ryan, and Mary Ann West, were indicted for felonion•sly stealing a silver watch, the property of, William Steele, a shoemaker, residing in Blackfriars Road. . . _ _ Mrs :Steele, the wife of the prosecutor, deposed, that on the 17th of February the pris
12 March 1823 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
Uonton inolurator.,

Uonton inolurator.,

12 March 1823 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England
 
Onlverial Vartiament.

Onlverial Vartiament.

HOUSE OF LORDS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. Several bills were moved from the Commons, and read the first time.—The hills on the table were forwarded a stage. On the motion of Earl BATHURST, the Timber Duties bill was read a third time, and passed to the.Conunoos. The house then adjourne
30 May 1821 - London Moderator and National Adviser - London, London, England