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THE CROPS IN li'..ELAND.

THE CROPS IN li'..ELAND.

LIMERICK.—These several days back we have had a of fine dry weather, most favourable for th e harvest, which produced a good supply of wheat to-day; and although bayers were more numerous, sales were slow at Is 4d to is 5d per stone, shipping, and Is 6d to Is 71d per stone, mill
12 September 1829 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CARPETS. -DRAPERS' HALL, 273, l i H oL l3o ll.N.—Th e Public are respectfully invited to eLe pt the largest

CARPETS. -DRAPERS' HALL, 273, l i H oL l3o ll.N.—Th e Public are respectfully invited to eLe pt the largest

and best Assortment of CARPETS, FLOOR TH eoHS, HEAR RUGS, dm. in London. The proprietors b , tter nfident they can offer Carpets of all descriptions on r,terms than any other House in the Trade. The exten,,,„Eock o f E. .rwell and Co. having been purchased at a a'Fat sacrifice f
12 September 1829 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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[No. 11,211.] About a quarter of an hour after they had left she again went up-stairs, and on trying to open the door, she found the key would not enter the lock; she then found that there was something in the keyhole; she tried the door and found it open, and on entering a skel
12 September 1829 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FORGED LETTER.

THE FORGED LETTER.

The following is.a copy of a letter received by Mr. Thomas Shipcott, of Taunton, from the Earl of Eldon, relative to the forged note "August 24th, 1829. " Sir—ln answer to your letter of the 19th, in which you desire me 4 to give you a line, to enable von to contradict any repor
12 September 1829 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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15 February 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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15 February 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
al height. On each side it is en.Aosed with a rail thout four feet from the platform. ,It is:estimated that

al height. On each side it is en.Aosed with a rail thout four feet from the platform. ,It is:estimated that

the quantity of timber used .on this work alone exone hundred thousand feat. The whole interior 01 this, passage will be hung with tine black cloth. Rich draperies will extend from pillar to ; and n the night of the - funeral it, will be illuminated with °occasional lamps, and b
15 February 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
in height. On each side it is enAosed with a rail • about four feet from the platform. .It is

in height. On each side it is enAosed with a rail • about four feet from the platform. .It is

estimated that the quantity of ,timber used on this work . alone exceed 3 one hundred thousand feat. The whole interior of this', passage will be hung with tine black cloth. Rich draperies will extend from pillar to ; .and U the night of thefuneral it, will be. illuminated with
15 February 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Proof.. £15,000 0 0

Proof.. £15,000 0 0

Proof.. 0 0 _ I am, Sir, sour obedient servant, WILLIAM PETHERICK.- Stratton, Cornwall, Feb. 1 820. ' IF a „. ebtouict.,. -OA-D 110.72jp '; • _ EVENI• • LONDON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15.-TWO O'CLOCK. On Saturday the mortal remains of the illustrious Puke of Kent were consigned to tha
15 February 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

March 27. E. Middleton and T. Dyson, Beverley, York, merchants—March 27. J. Young, earliile, Cumberland. spirit-Merchant—April 1. J. Pritchard, Bri•rol. grocer —March_ 25. W. Warne, Great Queen street, Lincoln'--inn-fieids, boor and shoe maker-- , March 25. J. Heming and E. Hotn
07 March 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England