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friLlI,E OIL,

friLlI,E OIL,

ON Monday the sth of April, uIU be dL7'ose:l of at Public Vcuctue, ' few casks of OIL, landed from ihe American prize shi , s (lope, and sald by direction c:f Dalell and T. Law, ztents. March 27. JiINJ. INNI.S
27 March 1813 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY.

and after an hour and a half's action, tte enemy was compelled to sheer off, having received much damage. Fortunately, none of Ow Packet's crew were, wounded, and the it-jury Fustained was chiefly in her rigging. Tbe enemy's tessel as the Paul Jones, of 16 guns and 'upwards of 1
27 March 1813 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
BittLE-TOWN

BittLE-TOWN

is. ef el. to is. V05t....1,.64d. to 1,. 100. 11 POULI Turkeys is. 64d. to is. maid. D,cits It. 04. White Tarns, 2a to 3 lbs. 1 bit Potatoes, sto at. Cabbage, 2 lb. Eddoes, to 3 lb. Grain, 3 pints 1 bit BARBADOS }Edw. Earl y Harewood, Complt, IN CHANCERY , Mary Went, Widow, Exec
17 September 1814 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
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12 November 1815 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
NOV. 1?, Dutch frigate anchored before Tripoli, from which the Dor demanded 20.000 dollars for a peace, and 5000 of

NOV. 1?, Dutch frigate anchored before Tripoli, from which the Dor demanded 20.000 dollars for a peace, and 5000 of

annual present. The Commandant refused to pay this sum ; but he subscribed to an armistice for four months, and then set sail." INLL, Nov. 6.—Wednesday 150 colliers .sailed from Skields : this week will clear the harbour. Many ships have been in the Tyne eight or nine weeks. The
12 November 1815 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
NOV. 12.

NOV. 12.

THE N .TIO bit in:portancv, as the property taken from Mitcham Common, by depositions, was worth titr,oool. There were some points. au. vaneed in those.depositions to Which the Commissioners bail affixed a line of boundary embracing acres of laud. It was mere imagination that th
12 November 1815 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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12 November 1815 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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02 May 1815 - Statesman (London) - London, London, England
 
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02 May 1815 - Statesman (London) - London, London, England
 
Corner. CHILDE HAROLD. CANTO 111. . This promised Work of Lord Byron has just appeared. The first part of our

Corner. CHILDE HAROLD. CANTO 111. . This promised Work of Lord Byron has just appeared. The first part of our

present Extract consists of some of the stanzas, in which the noble Author seems to have chosieu to allude to himself. Is thy face like thy mother's, my fair child ! Ada !sole daughter a my house and heart? When last I.saw thy young blue eyes they smiled, And then we parted,—not
21 November 1816 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England