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STOCK EXCHANGE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25.

STOCK EXCHANGE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S*. PRICE THIS DAY AT ONE o'clock. Consols, money, 6.1 \ f—for Feb. 6.l Red, |. Omnium J—Eschq, Bills, par Wednesday being a Holiday, buttnem dome ot; the Stock hxofmngc. ,
26 February 1808 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Canterbury, February 26.

Canterbury, February 26.

It will be seen the Report of a Trial in the Common Pleas, lionywood versus Geary, given in the preceding page, that Mr. lionywood has obtained a Verdict against Sir Win Geary, for the expense of the support afforded to Sir William, after bis, (Mr. Honywood's), seat was secure,
26 February 1808 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ItttfrtCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT no person or persons (except those empowered under Acts of Parliament) will in future he

ItttfrtCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT no person or persons (except those empowered under Acts of Parliament) will in future he

suffered to take away any Gravel from the Old Pit, in St. Dunstah's. w?thetlt permission of the owner. Westgate Court, Canterbury, Feb. 24, 1808. . TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ' By CHARLES POUT, Auctioneer, the sign of the Duke, of Cumberland, in the parish of Whitstable, the county
26 February 1808 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Deptford dock-Yard', Qth Feb. 1806. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Monday, tlie day of February, wiii expose toside, at the Pay-Office,

Deptford dock-Yard', Qth Feb. 1806. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Monday, tlie day of February, wiii expose toside, at the Pay-Office,

iv hi* Majesty's yard at at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, Several Lots of decayed and unserviceable ores, laid apart in the same yard; inventories which, with the conditions of sue, may be had his office. CUNNINGHAM*. Commissioner. TO BE SOLD, . A Beautiful BROWN ST.ONE COLT,
26 February 1808 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
For COUGHS, HOARSENESSES, MR. GREENOUGH'a LOZENGES TOLU, after 50 years ttiat proves their superiority as the most pleasant and effectual

For COUGHS, HOARSENESSES, MR. GREENOUGH'a LOZENGES TOLU, after 50 years ttiat proves their superiority as the most pleasant and effectual

remedy for all Coughs, Horse, nesses, Sore Throats, and Defluxions on the lungs, beaiing the rawness and soreness of the breast, and affording relief in shortness of breath, asthmatic and consumptive complaints. They do not cloy the stomach, but create an But the great benefit t
26 February 1808 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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LAW INTELLIGENCE

LAW INTELLIGENCE

VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, Thursday, Dec. 17. At the sitting ofthe Court Mr. Giffin Wilson took his seat behind the Bar. The Vice Chancellor — ?? Mr. 'Wilson, as his Royal High- ncs~ the Piince Regent, in the name and on behalf .if his Ma- jesty, has been graciously pleased to nom
18 December 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON..FRIDAY, DECEMUER lg

LONDON..FRIDAY, DECEMUER lg

LONDON. FRIDAY, DECEMUER lg furls Papers to the 15th inst. have arrived. They .frmonr statement of Wednesday that towards ,fee clow of Saturday the Frenrh Funds rallied con- .;>i-5My. the Five per Cents. ( having left off at 05. ! ?? ?? we stated that after some fluctuation! ?? d
18 December 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ON TIIE NEW COMEDY AT COVENT-GARDEN.THEATRE.

ON TIIE NEW COMEDY AT COVENT-GARDEN.THEATRE.

ON TIIE NEW COMEDY AT COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE. " A Word t» the Ladies!"— Pshaw !— Candour must say 'Tis a very bad name for a decent new Play, For Ladies, dear talkative souls, 'Tis found to this day, as indeed 'twas of yore, Have so many words that they need not one more, And givi
18 December 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
GUARDIAN GAS COMPANY.—This company's bill has, for the present session, miscarried in the House of Com

GUARDIAN GAS COMPANY.—This company's bill has, for the present session, miscarried in the House of Com

LIVERPOOL, FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1844. IGuAIRIAN GAs CampA~N-Thia compiny's bill has, Ifrthe present isesion, miscarried in the Hoseo Corn- - - -- A- - . -- -. - w . . I ,ed mons, owing- to the standing orders not having been al iint strictly complied with. Owing to the lateness of th
15 March 1844 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

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15 March 1844 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England