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_........5w ..--., NEWGATE AND L EADENIIALL.---Byth e carcase " 4. Beef. Mutt0n......15. Bd. to 2 s . 2d. 1 Pork

_........5w ..--., NEWGATE AND L EADENIIALL.---Byth e carcase " 4. Beef. Mutt0n......15. Bd. to 2 s . 2d. 1 Pork

....... ls. Bd. to Si v" Lamb, 3s. 4d. to 4s. 4d.
02 June 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BEACON'.

THE BEACON'.

THE WI - HG'S PRAYER. Oh thou who, o'er devoted lands, - Shed'st plagues and pestilence and woe, From whose benign or angry hands Alike do good and evil flow ; :Whilst I, oh Lord !am out of place, - .May this whole land sustain. More plagues than smote the Egyptian race , 'Neath
19 May 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
– SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATION. Thomas Newham, Glasgow, merchant. SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

– SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATION. Thomas Newham, Glasgow, merchant. SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

- SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATION. Thomas Newham, Glasgow, merchant. SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS. D. Moore, Bottlesley Iron-works, Birmingham; iron-master. J. Owen, Leadenhall Street, cabinet-maker. J. Brittan, Worcester, linen-draper. , S. Morris, Long Itchington, Warviickshire,
19 May 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
GREECE AND TURKEY.

GREECE AND TURKEY.

Mr. Hume wished to know whether Government had given any orders as to the supply of ammunition to Greece or Constantinople. . Mr. Wilmot said, Sir Maitland had issued a Proclamation on that subject, in consequence of orders; but, some representations having been made by certain
28 April 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
.....--- • • 1‘ Ag to 0 1 '' PRICE OF FLOUR. ' 3 Flour, Town ' :1 . 1

.....--- • • 1‘ Ag to 0 1 '' PRICE OF FLOUR. ' 3 Flour, Town ' :1 . 1

made per sack 311 , 45s to 50s; 8 aO 4 5 t ne r • :Essex and Suffolk, on board ship, 408 to 455; Norfolk,oo, r ily k l ton, 38s. to 408.—Bran, per quarter, 7s to . ditto, '2os to 255. ~ . _ . „der:, ss , - RETURN PRICE of GRAIN on board Ship, as . 0 10 1ne, • "Wheat t _.Esse* Re
28 April 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 

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THE KING'S LEVEE.

THE KING'S LEVEE.

. . . Friday his MAJESTY held a Levee at:his Palace in Pall-Mall, which was more numerously attended than any for several years past. It was attended by most of the principal families in the kingdom. The carriages began to arrive at one o'clock, and continued setting down withou
21 April 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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21 April 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

The Funds have risen considerably this week, and bid fair to recover the price they had reached, before the apprehension of the Turkish war was excited. Our opinion of the improbability of this war taking place, seems happily borne out by recent communications from Vienna—the qu
05 May 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY, APXIL 29.

COURT OF CHANCERY, APXIL 29.

In the Vice Chancellor's Court, a petition was presented by Mr. Ching, on behalf of John Cummins, praying that he might be discharged from the Fleet Prison, where he had been confined upwards of two years, for contempt of an order of the Court. The circumstances were of .a very
05 May 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS to be made in the COUNTRY.

DIVIDENDS to be made in the COUNTRY.

June 12. R. Prince, late of Luggbriclge Mills, Herefordshire, miller, at 11, at the Royal Oak, Wyebridge-street, Hereford. June 1. J. Thomson, Atherstone, Warwickshire, linen-draper, at 12, at the Royal Hotel, Temple-row, Birmingham. May 30. W:Thompson, Tottenhill, near Lynn, No
12 May 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England