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British Freeholder And Evening Journal (Newspaper) - September 22, 1821, London, Middlesex Vol. No. 74. 18?1.-7 P.M. Printed and by m. 76, FLEET and may be had If SATURDAY EVENING is bottomed one most of a interfering nf Proprietor looks forward to the Public for their support of pi to its is by aost respectable to by fecial oh of afl the and hwy be of every 76, FROM SATURDAY NIGHTS GAZETTE Mi Mr. Mark SoL Mr. Little Tower wine A. Sol. Mr. Hatton J. SoL Mr. A. Commercial Sale cotton merchant Messrs. and Co. Messrs. J. Sol. Mr. Queen H. worsted SoL Mr. John Bedford W C. Messrs. Swaine and Co. D. Wright 5t^ Catherine Messrs. Jones J. J. master SoL Mr. S. Messrs. and Co. New Sept. 19, J. 6, Aldersgate Bateau T. St. J. H. dh place C. J. T. and E. J. linen J. 6^ J. % G. pocket S. market G. linen T. G. i. Mansel CERTIFICATES to be 7. C. Worr in and S. and J. 4lk and B. SOUTH FROM At the of 1821 the King's Most Excellent Majesty in His Majesty in Council day his oP going out of nate the to Justices for the of the Government his Majesty's Mis Royal of- Charles Lord Bishop of John Earl of f Dudley Earl of Lord John v James of tha Arthur Duke of the Charles rf of the George Marquis Lord Steward of his Majesty's Robert Marquis of one of b'S Majesty's principal of Henry Eail of his Majesty's principal of State; Charles Chetwynd Talbot Earl Lieutenant General and Governor of that part Of the kingdom called Banks of First Commissioner of the Robert Firet of the Henry Viscount another of his Secretaries of William Lord Master of the Honourable Nicholas Chanc and The Right Hon. Frederick John Treasurer of the At at 17th of 1821;. die King's Most Excellent It is this day ordered by his Majesty ih that the Parliament be the 20th day of this day of November At the Court at Carlton the 17th of 1821; the Kioto's Most Excellent Majesty in Anew Great united kingdom Ireland having been prepared by his engraver of in pursuance or a warrant for that under his Majesty's rayal signature t. the been this to his and the old vered up Majesty by the RL Hon. Jahn Earl of Lord High Chancellor of Great was in his Majesty's and his Majesty was thereupon pleased to deliver to his Lordship new to direct that the same be made use of for sealing all things whatever which pass the Great C. - Sept. 17. King has been pleased to remove Major General Sir Robert Wilson nom his Majesty's ' ' BANKRUPTCIES jun. Enfield from Sept. 22 to Oct. 30. C. V. fromi Sept. 28 to Mr. Messrs. linen I. lace and Co. A. Sol. Mr. Greville Hatton J. Great Messrs. Swaine and Co. Old W. SoL Mr. Inner J. SoL Mr. Sergeant's Oct. 27, W. P. and J. R. J. West riband J. common L. B. C miller W. wine J. Innes W. H. Coal 17, G. J. W. and Ring wholesale linen ' CERTIFICATES to be granted Oct. 9. WhitechapeL We liate reason to believe the following is an curate On 2ath of Jane on board of whidt Kear hoisted bis and which is by road of St. the frigate la W and the by M. This 8q|aiirQ salted in the and on about frarn fart La next day two officers were sent on had learned that the inhabitants had tQ furnish 1,000 which been required by President of the that their of to their been sent the and had escaped to the La or the 5th of May The squadron again set and arrived on the 3d of in of La where the was Three French vessels were at tMa k by and a imia of the station of the and immediately Rear Admiral These I a day at La where the was to the last ' in the stead it h necessary tb a the oC to the at that the 27th of Caraccas and paired to join ot the Col. Pereyra with 1,500 mea to who sion independent indicants a 3Sd: entered Caraccas but he was and fought by to a of seven tipi eight leagues from the Cki the 24(h> Bolivar and General gained the battle against Gen. La Torre took refuge at Col. Pereyra then gave up the pursuit at des for the purpose of moving again upon but he was intercepted in his of the and to to La which was then occupied by of only 29'men belonging the Independent he there 2d'of July with 900 aller a forced of almost impassable Caraccas 30th pf route on La and surrounded tlie on all rades a corps of about 4,000 Colonel Pereyra thus up where not a single be was without with a division of 90O for two days past was the juice of isome sugar and who manifested I dying of starvation sooner than i tbe power of the the pests of latter were the day the Spanish entered that Such was the slate of La the 3d I July at when Jurien in the He sent first About halfan hour after embarkation of embark the and tU Fol J 1..^ iit to was succour which he then asked from the thaf he bed - and an of on board the to announce that the capitulation had pointed out by ta on the p of Gen. Bolivar and Col. he would be pleased to give orders fur the embarkation of the Spanish which the place in two with their arms and these was 8ent.
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