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MISS CRAMER'S BALL

MISS CRAMER'S BALL

Was on Friday evening attended by three hun- dred personages of distinction, among whom were-, The Prince of Orange. Prince Wii'iam of Gloucester. Dukes— Hamilton, Orleans, and de Bourbon. Di'cbtsses— Beaufort, Hamilton, ana Bolton. Marquis ot Donegal. Marchionesses— f^om^d, and
May 18, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCXo, May 16.

STOCXo, May 16.

Bank Stoilc . Irish 5 per Ct. j • c Ji. Hal. jqlli ?? An. Deb. Ipe Jt. Con. 6o»iJ Eng. L. Tick. 4i:er Or. Con. j%%1 Irish ditto Navy < p*rCr. g6s£ Ex. Bills j !>« ;jT - An. 94i 9 il 94 »;rn. gM 8| pr. lik L. An. iS^ Hank tor May I Jo. Sh. 5 1-16 |r J India for May 3 ; er O*. iin
May 18, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS, Thursday night, the Lady of Henry Martin, Esq. of a daughter, at his house in Blooui^bury-place. On Monday last,

BIRTHS, Thursday night, the Lady of Henry Martin, Esq. of a daughter, at his house in Blooui^bury-place. On Monday last,

the Lad.y ofjohn Wenham Lewis, Esq. of a son and heir. -. ?? " MARRIED. Saturday, at Mary-le-bone Church, John Purcell, Esq. jun. to Miss Mary Efooces Fitzgerald, daughter to John Fitzgerald, ?? of AUbp/s-buiidings, New Road. 1? ■'. ?? DIED. Yesterday morning, at his house in Pa
May 18, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
He JJbratp fluff -0 Gaze TtMiBB.

He JJbratp fluff -0 Gaze TtMiBB.

i" nee TiXfn c.< WEDNESDAY, May 27, 1801. Mo, 10, 7
May 27, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
jesties Servants will revive a Fav-.sSwtt^MK^'Opcrj, in '1 h:ee Acts, cal'eu The Pi RATES. "rSplTisic composed by the'iate Mr. Storace.

jesties Servants will revive a Fav-.sSwtt^MK^'Opcrj, in '1 h:ee Acts, cal'eu The Pi RATES. "rSplTisic composed by the'iate Mr. Storace.

D.n AltadorTMr. Kellv; Don Gaspero, Mr. Suett; Guillermo, Mr. Sedgwick.' Fubu- Lra, Missde Camp (her seoor.d appearance hi that cha- ra-t ■•) ; Fidelia, Miss Tyrer (her second appearance on this. an.' --Ti.cn any stage); Marietta, Miss Jacobs (her fifth appe.'i.mct on any stage
May 27, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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The accounts, both by the last Mail and the Paris Journals, as well as by private letters from the Continent,

The accounts, both by the last Mail and the Paris Journals, as well as by private letters from the Continent,

leave no doubt of the existence of a misunderstanding between Prussia and France. Po- liticians speculate upon a rupture between these two powers, but this will scarcely take place. France, if pushed to extremities, will not sacrifice Prussia, a faithful Ally, for Austria, which
May 27, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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tMrfp JEcto*.

?? JEcto*. Portsmouth, May 25. — Arrived this' d.iy, His Majesty's ship Anson, from the Westward. His Majesty's frigate Lapwing, which passed by yes- terday on. her passage to the Downs with the home- ward-bound Lisbon fleet, put back this day *-v Itli the whole of the fleet, and
May 27, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE*

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE*

NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING. MONDAY, May 4. Fifty Pounds by Subscription, for tour yr. olds, 7St. Blb. — live yr. olds,'Bst. 61b.~_.ix yr. olds, Sst. nib. — and aged, est. alb. Dutton's C. The winner to be sold for 2oogs. if demanded within a quarter of an hour after the rac
May 5, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCKS. May c.

STOCKS. May c.

t_iv* Stoc.* 166 Irish 5 per Ct. , ' c Ct. ?? 59*11 00. An. -t— Deb. . re Jt. Co:,.6oiif Ens;. L. Tick. 4 , c Ct. Con. 79* ; |i Irish ditto •vy p.rCr. 96*4 Kx. Bills -" : e - ; ?? **"■ ?? 931 94i r ?? '*• 9 Bji§ pr. _U t.. An. ?? Bank for May •J. Sh. India tor May 200 ; 1 er 'Jt
May 5, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
' "' ! ' "LA* PlUNCrffljfenLOSOFA. *,7 k c ' ;S,C ty'AHdfeozii. other principal Charac- Fndofth.K.r^Aa.^wD^i^nt.called^ After the Oner:,, the

' "' ! ' "LA* PlUNCrffljfenLOSOFA. *,7 k c ' ;S,C ty'AHdfeozii. other principal Charac- Fndofth.K.r^Aa.^wD^i^nt.called^ After the Oner:,, the

favourite Pastoral Ballet, in three acts composed qy Mr. D'Egville, called. ' BARBARA & ALLEN: i, . . , „ ° r > The ORPHAN. Principal Oancerss Mr. Didelot, Mademoiselle Pirisot gauame 1 alxme, Mr Labofie, Mr. DEgviUc, S Hilhgsberg, and Madame Rcse Didelot. . N . B. 'rhere will b
May 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England