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page, and are partly of the Greek and partly of the Mahomedan relig ion. The Wallachians and Moldavians 1,230,000 according

page, and are partly of the Greek and partly of the Mahomedan relig ion. The Wallachians and Moldavians 1,230,000 according

to Hassel, but, about a million and a half in number according to Wilkinson's account, are all Greeks too bi religion. It is highly probable that the whole of the population of European Turkey professing the Greek religion, will make common cause against the Turks. Though the Tu
26 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

June 19, at Benet Church, Cambridge, Mr. W. W. Hayward, solicitor, to Eliza, only daughter of Edward Randall, Esq. of the same place. June 20, at Arthuret Church, Wilfred Lawson, Esq. of Brayton.house, in the county of Cumberland, to Caroline, 3d daughter of Sir J. Graham, Bart.
26 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK

IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK

Kriglish.-,Whe - at, 6,645 ; Ilarky I 71 ; Malt, 3,375 ; Osts, 8,063_,• Rye, •••7 ; Beans, 2161 ; Peas, 271 ; Tates, • Linseed, —; Rape, ; Hrank, 3 ; Mtrtard, —; Seeds, 46; Flout, 7,540 sacks ; barrels. _ _ _ 'lrish.—Wheat, 945 ; Barley, —; Oats, 1430 ; Rye, —; Flour, 300 sacks.
26 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL TRADE. Shortly .will be published, large Volume, Octavo, the Seventh Edition of rir HE PRACTICAL ABRIDGEMENT of

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL TRADE. Shortly .will be published, large Volume, Octavo, the Seventh Edition of rir HE PRACTICAL ABRIDGEMENT of

the LAWS of CUSTOMS and EXCISE, relative to the Import, Export, and Coasting Trade of Gteat Britain and her Dependencies ; including Tables of the Duties, Drawbacks, Bounties, and Premiums. The Statutes brought down to the end of Session 1 andl Geo. IV. and the other Parts to Au
31 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MI IiDLETON'S BLACK LhAl) • PENCILS, of different degrees of hardness aid shades. The Irigraitsipg ‘ geptitatiort of the above

MI IiDLETON'S BLACK LhAl) • PENCILS, of different degrees of hardness aid shades. The Irigraitsipg ‘ geptitatiort of the above

valuable Articles hiving induced" many perilous. to oiler a. very inferior Imitation, to the great disappointMent of, .the Purchaser; it has become liecestAry to guard the Public against such imposition, by requesting them. twobserve, that his Pencils are marked in the following
28 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ADMIRiIL'IT OFFICE, Dec. 3, 1821. is hereby given, that a Session of Oyer • and Terminer awl Gaol Delivery, for

ADMIRiIL'IT OFFICE, Dec. 3, 1821. is hereby given, that a Session of Oyer • and Terminer awl Gaol Delivery, for

the Trial Offences ,Committed on the High Seas, within the the Adnii'rtilly of England.. will be held at justice Hall, in the Old ..r.:andtm, on Monday the 21st day January next, at Eight o Clock *5l the Morning. • OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, December to, mt. TIIE principal ()Seers of h
15 December 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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29 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

South ihnerica.—The following is an extract of a letter from Monte Video, dated the 16th of December last :—" At Buenos Ayres political affairs . wear a less alarming appearance. Order is established in that city, and a general congress is to aSsemble next month at Cordova, when
03 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
1! FAIDAY, MARCH 2.

1! FAIDAY, MARCH 2.

1 ! MARCH 2. • • • !'LONDON. We received yesterday the Paris Papers, of Monday last. The King held his usual Court on Sunday, which was attended, amongst others, by the Spanish and Portuguese Ambassadors. • These Journals contain very little additional news respecting the state o
03 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LON DO:'k.

LON DO:'k.

It having been reported that the Queen will not be present at the Concert to-morrow evening at the Manon House, we are authoriSed to state, that her Majesty will certainly attend; and we are assured that a considerable number of Members of Parliament, with their families; will ma
01 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England