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s of ence iter, in ice's was tishof ing- Vel- I ADMIRALTY OFFICE, April 14, 121. 7iSc. INFORMATION has •

s of ence iter, in ice's was tishof ing- Vel- I ADMIRALTY OFFICE, April 14, 121. 7iSc. INFORMATION has •

been received ao lon. M i. ' ( Vice from His Majesty's Consui at Elsinoer, " Mgt the LIGHT upon MAR STRAND CASTLE will le Extinguished on sof Instant, and after c ert a i n Repairs have been completed, U, be kindled on th e I s t A ug u st nest . J. CROKER. , ,ord OFFICE OF ORDN
22 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
don of the King front hill people, by a wall of mercenary soldiers. • 'The Paris Journals of Tuetday arrived

don of the King front hill people, by a wall of mercenary soldiers. • 'The Paris Journals of Tuetday arrived

yesterday. On Monday the Law of the Censorship gave rise to an extremely warm debate; two amendments, one limiting the duration of the measure to three months after the next assembling of the Chambers, and the other extending its operation to publications of all descriptions, wh
14 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
orMIEMICIN.4 - mar.v., , maxer....maranc6.x.Jv BRUCE'S GEOGRAPHY AND ASTRONOMY. This Day is published, the sth Edition, with very considerable linDrovements,

orMIEMICIN.4 - mar.v., , maxer....maranc6.x.Jv BRUCE'S GEOGRAPHY AND ASTRONOMY. This Day is published, the sth Edition, with very considerable linDrovements,

Price 7s. fid neatly bound. AN INTRODUCTION to GEOGRAPHY arid' . ASTRONOMY by the Use of the Globes and Maps. To which are added, the Construction of Maps, and a Table of Latitude; and Longitudes. By E. and I. BRUCE, Teachers of 'Geography and the Mathematics. This Work contains
14 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JA and STRAW HAT MANUFACTORY.—Mrs. PEOWRIE, grateful for the very liberal favours she has received from her customers so many

JA and STRAW HAT MANUFACTORY.—Mrs. PEOWRIE, grateful for the very liberal favours she has received from her customers so many

succeeding year's, respectfully informs them she has OPENED her SHOW ROOMS, for the season, with every article of studied fashion and fancy in hats Ind bonnets and; assures her friends that her . Leghorns are of the very fatirie, 4na at the lowest price they Can any where be sup
14 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OFFICE - OF ORDNANCE, :`April 27, R2l. THE Principal Officers ql his Majesty's Ord nance do hereby give Notice, that

OFFICE - OF ORDNANCE, :`April 27, R2l. THE Principal Officers ql his Majesty's Ord nance do hereby give Notice, that

Proposals will be received at their Pflice in Pall-mall, on or befige Friday the 181 h of May next, from such Persons as maY be willing to undertake the Supply of PETTY EMPTIONARY ARTICLES for Service qf this Department, for a - Period of Three Years, deloatinableer the Expirati
12 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT INFORSIATION.-PRINTED CHINTZ FUTINITUFIES entirely novel in design, unequalled for brilliancy of colouring And effect, and cheap beyond all former

IMPORTANT INFORSIATION.-PRINTED CHINTZ FUTINITUFIES entirely novel in design, unequalled for brilliancy of colouring And effect, and cheap beyond all former

precedent. The extensive and superb assortment of Chint.; ' Fnrnitures, Persian Cloths, Merino Damasks &c. Manufactured by SMITH and CO. for the present Season, with the most Scrupulous Attention to the prevailing taste, affords to the Nobility, Gentry, and Families, an opportun
02 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

Tuesday was a day of Teal business amongst the high mettled fanciers of the milling school. After a sparring match, at the Royal Tennis Court, there was a dinner at the Brown Bear, Bow-street, when the second deposit was made between Randal and Martin. Bv 11 o'clock Bacchus clai
12 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
pi r 4 1 • _ rriff-7--"-----------PAI'EN'r TRAVELLING BED.—The iT ' ; BEDSTEAD is comptieed of Iron Tubes, eased with

pi r 4 1 • _ rriff-7--"-----------PAI'EN'r TRAVELLING BED.—The iT ' ; BEDSTEAD is comptieed of Iron Tubes, eased with

Brass ' combining strength with lightness, ana the City of Its will in one minute form a complete bed with curtaina and braiding, proof against vermin. TO INVALIDS TRAVELLING lICAL'I'II. warm climates, it has proved an inn- Illable as it enables them to enjoy that nece ss a r y
12 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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07 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
T 0 LADIES and DRESSNIAtERS.—Ladies arc moot respectfully Wormed, that HABITS, plain and richly ornamented, are cut and made in

T 0 LADIES and DRESSNIAtERS.—Ladies arc moot respectfully Wormed, that HABITS, plain and richly ornamented, are cut and made in

a very superior manner, by B. REAP, Habit and pelisse-maker, Eta 13, Broad-Street, Golden-square. B. Read takes the liberty of informing ladies, that he has frequently to execute their commands in a second-hand way, through persons receiving ordersfor habits, tte.,,who know noth
07 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England