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Law Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 21, 1816, London, Middlesex NOVSiMBJBtL TO BE PAID XXCHEQUER BILLS datfA in the Month of and foteof HE Lords Commissioners of his Majestys Treasury having given directions PAVING OFF the the abmemcntioncd Exchequer with the Iff TERESTdue at the in the Receipt tjf New Palace on THURS theZlst of attendance will be given Sundays And holydaytexccptcd until and including the Iflh of from ten oclock in the morning till one in the for the purpose of tame for tu greater dis the bearertofthe taid are desired to place each description Bills in separate Lists which are to be obtained at this Hatting them in the order of their respective such as are Jbr the same amount being numerically and specifying the prin cipal tuna and interest due computed but excluding the toyt on which they are respectively to the said 9lst of when the interest Mill cease and the said bearers being holders or not are indispensably required to endorse each Bill with their ttsual and to write their names and residence at the bottom of each separate Ust and they are moreover required to attend the ExchefuerSillOffice for and to receive the new md give the receipts for the If any of the holders ofthe aforesaidBills should be desirous ARMY COMMISSARIAT Treasury 96th is hereby given to all persons desirous of contracting to tupply the fottvalng Artickt Jbr ihc Use of the To Majestys Land Forces in and Bar racks in the undermentioned Countiesand Berks including the Town of Cambridge includ ing the Town of Cornwall including Gloster including the City of Bris Isle of Oxford And in the several Counties in North SALES BY Valuable Tithelice with early By At tfce Auction THIS at THE unexpired LEASE of a superior MEADOW moat delightfully situate in the preferable part of Theobalds by the side of the high rood Enficld to in the vicmity of several weufrequented market only 12 miles from comprising an excellent wellbuilt corfimoaious containing every suitable tion for a respectable excellent cool chaise and other capital kitchengardens well stocked and and a large and convenient en closed with capital and lofts and ana other numerous which have lately uuderyorie a thorough and very expensive surrounded by 27 handsome enclosures of excellent in a Very high state of and containing in about 280 150 acres of BEEF AND To his Majestys Land Forces in and Bar in the undermentioned Berkai including the Town of Hunger of the principal and interest previous to the said 2lst I To Catatry in Cantonments and in the under thy they may be accommodated on computing the interest to I the day on nhich they wish to be and kaving the taid Billt for one day prior Such per font may be desiroutof having new ExchequcrBillt in or in part of payment of upon marking new mentioning the amount at the bottom of their delivered on tr before the 15th of may be accommodated with new BiUti or carrying an interett of threepence Jar tbing by the day on every one hundred pounds which said new Biltt will bear date the said Zltt day of and will be toge ther with the interest due in respect of the Bills Ho desired to be on Friday the ttddayof and the following day The ExchequerBills to be issued in and made payable to T at may be either trantferred by or will be paid to the if the blanks thattnot be mentioned Anglesey and to his Majestys Cavalry in and Oata in CantanmonU and in the undermentioned All ExchequerBills dated prior to have teen advertised to be paid and the interest thereon 377 BAST INDIA 6tt THE Court of Directors of the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the do hereby give That the Committee of Buying and wut be ready to receive proposals in sealed on oi before the from such persons as may be willing to the Com pany with TILLETS FOR PACKING And that the Conditions of the Contract may be seen upon appli cation to the Clerk to the said with whom the proposals must be left before twelve oclock on the stud 27th instant after which time the Committee will not receive any 379 JAMES EAST INDIA 13th THE Court of Directors of the United Company of Merchants of JKnglanA trading to the JSatt do hereby five notice That the Court will be ready to receive proposals in writing at or before the 18th December from any or pertonrwbo may lie willingtp build eitbejr in the River or at an outfiprt irt to be let on freight for fbrcui voyages specifying in One sum a permanent rate of peace freight for each of the said six The with the words Ship on the cover to be severally sealed up and left irith the at this at or before 19 oclock at on the said 18th December beyond which hour no tender will be JAMES The particulars of the principal dimensions and scantlings of the and inventory of the principal the copy of the charter party for each voyage as an together with other terms and conditions upon which the ships are to be and employed in the Companys may be had upon application at the Office Of the Clffk of die Committee of at thitf to the HOUSEHOLD TROOPS in London and its That tht deUveriu art to commence on and Jbr the twentyfifth day of December next and to continue for Six months proposals in sealed and marked Tender for Army Supplies wilt be received on or before the twentyfifth day of No vember but none wiU be received after twelve oclock on that If tent by the postage mutt be Proposals mutt be made separately Jbr each county and ex apt for the Counties compriting North and South alt of which mutt be in one at also must the teveral Counties in and each have the litter which it annexed to the tender properly filled by two per of known property engaging to become bound with the party tendering in the the printed for the dut perform ance of the and no proposed will be noticed unlctt made on printed andthe pricet expressed in words at length and thould it so happen that during the continuance of the no troops should be stationed or supplied the the cxpence of the contract paid fa thefirttrnttante by the thull te refunded to Particulars of the contracts may be KatL upon application at Great hourt of elevcp and andat tht office General Samples ofthefocad tfcnatthe ojfet be twJltn the hourt of 378 whicfi Ate old meadow and pasture The estate may be viewed with tickets which withfull descriptive may be had of To Coal and Freehold Tithefree and Landtaxi By At the Auction THIS at by order of the A Very valuable and improvable FREEHOLD consisting of a capital firstrate WHARF on the river possessing superior local advantages the present which is of a very respectable may be conducted with a trilling the neat average profit is about per but is capable of great extension connected with the above is of particularly pasture land the situate for business a short distance from the high road leading from London to at near Middlesex this desirable presents a Favourable opportunity to any person wisliing to embark in a concern of great profit and May vbe viewed any day preceding the by applying to Ponderssend and particulars had at all the principal in the on the premises Secretarys office Auction Mart and of CAPITAL NAVY TIMBER AND ASH By AttheTalbot on the 19th of at Four oClock in the NE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND FIVE TIMBER and NINETYrTHREU situated at Bishops in the county of in thefollowing or such as shall be agreed upon the time of Trees in each Lot are blazed aha numbered with OAK j Lot 250 Oak Timber standing in a wood called Hernery and coppice adjoining numbered from 1 Lot 316 Oak Timber standing in the same and numbered from 251 to Lot 354 Oak Timber standing in the same and numbered from 467 to t i Lot 385 Oak Timber standing in the same and numbered from 821 to i ASH Let 47 Ash numbered 1 to standing in a ooppica adjoining the Hernery Lot 46 Ash numbered 1 to standing hi the same The Oak Trees are of large and of superior particularly adapted to the best purposes of the or wherelengthy prime timber is Ash Trees are chiefly of large dimen sions and exceUent Linley is 16 miles from and 11 from the Montgo meryshire canal at Garthmil a person is appointed at Unley Hall to shew the timber and for further particulars apply to and or near Welsh 38 AND TO only means whereby Debtg to any Amount JL are recoverable With And at a small by immediate resort to 8 instead of his rully develop anl cxempHfetf in the DOC THINE and PRAC TICE of ATTACHMENT in the lylayors Court Sold by price INSOLVENT MEETINGS OF CREDITORS AnnowsMiTH formerly of afterwards a prisoner for debt in die Bench to meet at Browns Coffee 28th at for the purpose of choosing YD of the city of will be held at office of Fmthful 16th for thepurpose of appointing PRICE OF Nfyemfor S per Cent Consols Consols for per Cent 4per 77j 5 per Cent Navy u Bank Stock Long Annuities Imperial 5 India Stock SouthSeaSllock India Bonds 5 per itl 17 Excheauer Day 11 EnglisfvLottery Tickets Ifa on Dublin Jtatt Irish EcclKinge 17
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