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MEETING OF JUS'K PftOPniETOllS.

MEETING OF JUS'K PftOPniETOllS.

Pursuant to the public advertisement, calling a meeting of Bank P.oprietors, to Consider of special aifairs, large numbers attended yesterday morning .it the appointed hour. At twelve o'clock, Mr. M ellis ii, the Governor of the Bank, fjje Deputy- Governor,* and the Directors, e
February 9, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE SEB PES TISM RIVER

THE SEB PES TISM RIVER

THE SEB PES T ISM RIVER Yesterday the banks of the abore noble piece of water were lined with spectators witnessing the mot- ley groupes exhibiting their manifold evolutions on the ice. On the uorth bank there were nearly 200 carriages, filled with elegantly dressed and beautiful
February 12, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LINES,

LINES,

■VrniTTE**. IN A RUSTIC SEAT, PLANKED EY A LADY. ITS FUOrRIETOIt. Here no holy hermit dwell., Counting beads, and kneeling low ; Here ao weeping d:.in.»tl tells The* sad story of her woe. Learn— 'lis Fricnd ! hip*_ jacred temple. Where the cii<;sr.*n few retreat, Seeking joys as
February 16, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FHce 7& TUESDAY, February 27, 1816. vc. ufin

FHce 7& TUESDAY, February 27, 1816. vc. ufin

February 27, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
VRFNCfT PAPERS.

VRFNCfT PAPERS.

CH «1Bi:a OF DEPUTIES-Fer. 2?. i'hr* M mister for Foreign Aflairs and Ceneral Po- lice, who MR- introduced iuto the Cham'.-pr while M. de Skbites was at the Tribune, after that Member Jr.ul ?? eluded his speethj, requested to be heard. lie ascended the Tribune^ and in a tone whi
February 27, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
„,,* fVZXTJnV BUSIXESS;

„,,* fVZXTJnV BUSIXESS;

„,,* ?? BUSIXESS; Till*. ?? , - i ?? 1 veiieqiie'rr.ills Bill ?? time. ?? 1 . w-.vsaid Means Report. L'oimniite*. f* qr ,; t ,r *" ,l ?? : ?? l ce;i«hl lis'late Bill— Jd time. Repoit— ; "'' -niil '"' ' '" . T.--itle. I ?? ?? . ,i -ic.i-'h— Consideration of Tteaiies with ?? I ■•■*
February 19, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTH— Oil ilie 2>ili i-HMaiit, ft Westerhani, Kent, the Lady of Thomas IUiiImii, l.sq. Prince of Wales's Island, ot a

BIRTH— Oil ilie 2>ili i-HMaiit, ft Westerhani, Kent, the Lady of Thomas IUiiImii, l.sq. Prince of Wales's Island, ot a

son. On the 27th in_>l..iit, *.t lieadiugton, near Oxlord, the Lad} of T. 'i hornhill, hsq. of a daughter. M 71 R ,'lj !*,D — Ou Tuesday, the 25th instant, Arthur, eldest son of William Bow-en, l.sq. of Pihor Wyenn, in the county of Carmarthen, lo Sarah, fourtli daughter of the
February 29, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS

DIVIDENDS

Feb. 28. W. Haigb, Halifax, Yorkshire, grocer, at eleven, at the Talbot lun, Halifax— Feb. 22. 11. Kerr and G. Sharp, New- castle-under-Lyme, drapers, at *t.e,at the Vine Inn, Newcastle- ?? 2. 11. Kennett, Ash ford, Kent, wine and porter-seller, at twelve, at Guildhall, Londori-
February 1, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IUiIGIJ'WN, Feb. 15.

IUiIGIJ'WN, Feb. 15.

The Pris.ce Regent continues daily to reenter from the weakness left by the gout, lt has been most erroneously stated in several Papers that her Majesty was again on the eve of honouring this place with her presence. There is certainly no foundation for the report. The butler of
February 17, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LO.NDO-N : Edite.l and Printed by N. I.V UN ■ . *" J ' ?? I . by J. NOTT,

LO.NDO-N : Edite.l and Printed by N. I.V UN ■ . *" J ' ?? I . by J. NOTT,

335, Strand.
February 17, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England