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... At Suitton Bcnger, Wilts, Rt. Nalder, ER to Mi'tss MU. J. RI. Spacknairi.-At Shepton-Mallet, ?? Uayl5, Esq. Calpt. 51st Light Infa.ntry, to MissJane Pl'rlewvent.-T~5 R~ev. John Olive, A. M- of Wadhamn College, Osford,} tc M~ara'arct, second daugphter ...

Published: Monday 04 July 1825
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1483 | Page: 4 | Tags: Commerce 

The Posts of Monday to Wednesday

... January 29th,' fr on w hila sxe natre the followving interesting extracts :-If'le Libea-; tor has received dispastches of the 51st tilt, fromn Sucre, 1nnom'nciOn7 the ?? soiantsslofl of General Olaneta to h'is orders. Tthus, with the exception of the Castle ...

Published: Monday 13 June 1825
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 15552 | Page: 1, 4 | Tags: Commerce 

The Posts of Monday to Wednesday

... cosssinence its miarch for thie ITyrenecs on 1the 15th or ?? ult., and the. histance to the frontier- might be traversed by infantry within the period of lour or five dy is a most onentously imnportant move- ment-it has diffused a different colour over the ...

Published: Monday 10 December 1827
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 7493 | Page: 1 | Tags: Commerce 

Advertisements & Notices

... Y - BRISTOL. r 1'HE fullowing LIGHT POST COACHES start from Tr. the shove Office:- A NEW COACH TO WJESTON.SVPER.MARE.- i The Public are respectfully informrd, for their better accom e modation, the REGULATOR. a New Light Four-inside - Coach, will leave ...

Advertisements & Notices

... BRISTOL. C [HE Public are respectfully inFormed, thiat, for their C T better accommodation, THE SlAMROCK,c A NEW LIGHT POST COACH, (wsell Lighted and t Gutartlud), in Seventeen Horus, carrying only Four Itiside Pac- s oengers, leases theabove office E.VERtY ...

Review of Literature

... yellowish light appeared so occupy the greater part of the heavens to the south- 'tard of the aenish, tiviag much the brightest in the S. E. and .ir?. S. E., from whence it bad indeed ofteh the appearance of emanating. Some of these streams of light were in ...

Poets' Corner

... blue Wave, While the Greck bleeds again o'er his forrfatiell'S grave Remember the land of the patriot and sage, The lone light of mind in a barbarous ige- The ark of bright Freedom that saved her for mill . When S.lavery's delugte the carth cvrraial ...

SHIP-NEWS

... recollected that ifa man -50 (Cr 50 years ago had published a scheme for lighting the metropolis 'seth Gas, he would hare been thought no reasonable as if he had proposed to light it all the year by a slice of the moon ;yet non' the only sub jert. o( ...

Published: Monday 13 January 1823
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 4839 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: Commerce 

Advertisements & Notices

... enisiting; Iftr leiive to bring in a Bill, inl order to oltaitn tnt Art to alter, expl]i t, Iand nteii t lie Act passed in tie 51st vear of the reign of l-lis lute :tI jesits Kiig George the 'l uirdi, fsir esititlishiing thie sail Navigatior:, Lntlitulel ...

Posts of Monday to Wednesday

... the Captain of thle Lee. which vessel hadl a light on the bow, W% atid unother on the foremast ?? brig was running prI before the wind, at the rate of six knots, land her-crew, it tin ttappears, took time lights on hoard the Lee, which they saw li for some ...

Published: Monday 28 November 1825
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 6874 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

The Posts of Monday to Wednesday

... change, ships continued registered which were no longer in existence. The commercial marine of the empire if armouted, on the 51st of December last, to 23,199 vessels, Ih of ,460,500 tons, employing 151,41-3 men. V Tlle quantity of cotton goods exported ...

Published: Tuesday 13 May 1828
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 7724 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

FUNERAL OF his Majesty George the Third

... could be tlobrded to them, and at any price: while, at the other, were all the gencral forrtm of town-conveyances, from the light denet 'down to the ?? donky-cart, filled just as their appearances would'warrant, front the young sprig of lfishion, down to ...

Published: Monday 21 February 1820
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 3313 | Page: 4 | Tags: News