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• Order of the Board. R. II CREW; Se c r e t ar y. ......., . , , T:

• Order of the Board. R. II CREW; Se c r e t ar y. ......., . , , T:

. . . OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, April 27, HE principal Officers of his Majesty's Ordnance ~ : do hereby give Notice, that Propo , als will be received at Office in Pall-mall, on or before Fliday the 18th of May 4421 ,frim such Persons as may be willing to undertake Ihe Supply BEDDING
17 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From TUESDAY, MAY 15, to THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1891.

From TUESDAY, MAY 15, to THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1891.

17 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CORN EXCIIAiNGE.

CORN EXCIIAiNGE.

Dcc. 14.—The overwhelining supplies of Wheat have hail fur ,everal weeks past •havienc occasioned cousiderable reduction in and Four 110 1 b ta den as was expect,d, has produced a general Wheat now seen its lowest, and several - st oi upon that opinion this morning, by puri It e
15 December 1821 - Imperial Weekly Gazette - London, London, England
 
rtFRATJD PR Ev ENTE D. 0 Countera c t t h e many attempts t h at are daily te

rtFRATJD PR Ev ENTE D. 0 Countera c t t h e many attempts t h at are daily te

on the 'iniwary a spnrions comp) I slar 'l l "" tead of the genuine Blacking. prepared by pay and they are in,inced to adopt ii new Label in which their 1 4 0 97, High Holborn, vonspiciimislv, that they trust an attention to this, ./i ,1 4 ' , Iitleretice of the iYpe which is fi
15 December 1821 - Imperial Weekly Gazette - London, London, England
 
INEWGATE AND LEADENHALL. By the Carcase. Beef .... Is Eid to 29 Bii I Veal" ... 2s Od to 49

INEWGATE AND LEADENHALL. By the Carcase. Beef .... Is Eid to 29 Bii I Veal" ... 2s Od to 49

4d Mutton.-2s el to 2s tid P0rk...... Is Ild to 3s 84 Lamb Os Od to Os 041
15 December 1821 - Imperial Weekly Gazette - London, London, England
 
COAL MARKET. Ships at Market. Ships Sold. Prices. DEc. 7. 1141 Newcastle 761 34s Od to 44s 3d 321 Sunderland

COAL MARKET. Ships at Market. Ships Sold. Prices. DEc. 7. 1141 Newcastle 761 34s Od to 44s 3d 321 Sunderland

294 358 6d to 45s 9d
15 December 1821 - Imperial Weekly Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.-JAMES and CO., Albion House, 69, Oxford -street, gratefully acknowledge the very kind patronage they have this

TO THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.-JAMES and CO., Albion House, 69, Oxford -street, gratefully acknowledge the very kind patronage they have this

season experienced, and beg to state that it is their fixed determination to exert every effort in their power, to merit their future favours, and support, by manufacturing the very best articles. and Co., having the peculiar advantage of a constant intercourse with the most fas
15 July 1826 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SPITHEAD, JULY 13. (Extract of a Private Letter from an Officer on board the Galatea). Arrived his Majesty's ship Galatea,

SPITHEAD, JULY 13. (Extract of a Private Letter from an Officer on board the Galatea). Arrived his Majesty's ship Galatea,

of 42 guns, Sir Charles Sunivan, Bart., in 23 days from Havannah. She left Plymouth Sound on the morning of Easter Monday (March 27), having previously embarked his Excellency Alexander Cockburn, Envoy Extraordinary to the States of Colombia, and H. Dawkius, Esq., Commissioner t
15 July 1826 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A TOUT LE MONDE.---- The Poets say the cordial Hope Within our cup is thrown, To make of life (so

A TOUT LE MONDE.---- The Poets say the cordial Hope Within our cup is thrown, To make of life (so

runs the trope), The bitter draught go down. r' et dylighra. To quell our countless pains ; CHAMPAGNE'S the best of Whim and WRIGHT'S The beet of all Champagnes. CHARLES WRIGHT, Opera Colonnade, Haymarket.—Champagne 6.3 g.. 72e., and 84s. per dozen.
15 July 1826 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO STOCKBROKERS a nd OTHERS.—A y oung Man (aged 21, accustomed to business, wishes for a Itatation as CLERK In

TO STOCKBROKERS a nd OTHERS.—A y oung Man (aged 21, accustomed to business, wishes for a Itatation as CLERK In

the otfice of a stockbroker, Wine, or Drug Merchant, or any respectable business. Any party having interest to procure the advertiser such a situation will beremunerated for their trouble; or he would have no objection to pay asmall premium, and give his services for a time with
15 July 1826 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England