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WINDSOR, March 19.

WINDSOR, March 19.

Yesterday the Princess Charlotte of Wales dined with the Queen and Princesses, in the even- ing there was a party to meet her Royal Highness. Soon after len o'clock the PujNctss left, for Ciaii- bourn Lodge. Larly this morning the Dufie pf Montrose arrived here to attend the Rin
March 20, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HEREFORD ASSOCIATION BIBLE SOCIETY.

HEREFORD ASSOCIATION BIBLE SOCIETY.

Wednesday evening the First Annttal Meeting of the A.sociatiin Bible Society i»£ this place .it our Town Halt The Chairrr.j », T- ilird, Eta. the objects bf the Association, an moved .h- rditig of several which bad bee:, drawn for the approbation of the Meeting— Tki Rev J then r
March 20, 1816 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

OF LORD? , 11. The was nP froc the and Others, end reed a first time. Pod/. ttate - s Rill was read a second thee, and referred to an not.4lOors Committee. The of S tAertau4ar presented the usual Iteport from the Committee respecting the Pcers:to..be appointed to form -the Conti
March 20, 1816 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PARIS, MARCH 16.

PARIS, MARCH 16.

The King has been pleased to reinstate the Duke of Richmond in possession of the Lordship of d'Au-signy, Department of the Cher, and to grant him the honours of the Louvre, w;iich his ancestots enjoyed. In consequence, the Duchess of R , dinr)nd had the honour of resuming tiit s
March 20, 1816 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
noiume 27. BENGAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED THE IST OCT. ISM. NOTICE. —In order to afford every facility to Subscribers in

noiume 27. BENGAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED THE IST OCT. ISM. NOTICE. —In order to afford every facility to Subscribers in

the Presidencies of I\44d. rat and Bombay, and that Residents therein may participate in the benefits that the encre ing capital must be productive of to th. tisivg population of India; the Directors have appoint. ad Messrs. BINNAY and Co. of Math..., and Messrs. and Co. of Bomb
March 20, 1816 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 

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Mary Baker was charged with stealing a featherbed, the property of Mr. .). Filwick, of BatemauVrow, Shoreditch. Tl«r prisoner was engaged to nurse the prosecutors’ wife, who was her death bed, amt after her decease he continued her in his setvioo. On Friday last he missed the be
March 20, 1816 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MKniCINI.S. ' following sold gemimo l-y JL K. EDWARDS, (.6, So’. Paul's Clientn v.vnn#2 ». .1. ’• ,l - Mill's

MKniCINI.S. ' following sold gemimo l-y JL K. EDWARDS, (.6, So’. Paul's Clientn v.vnn#2 ». .1. ’• ,l - Mill's

Balsam of Hoi.cj « |lJm'i|>nr E«. p,in - 4 Kssrnce of Walercitw-k 3 ■* '2 1 Cough Drops‘i 2 9 >unipt*r 1 s-<, Murshul's Cerate - • , *s Hills - ♦ Church's Drops 6 Drop* - Amboyna Tooth PoivtliT 2 lozenges 1* CoriiweJPs Orient, oid. ; Hills - I Ii 4 Widow Welch's Hills 9j. 'nil o
March 20, 1816 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ABERDEEN GRATS SABBATH EVENING SCHOOL SOCIETY, for the year ending, 11th Nov. 1815.

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ABERDEEN GRATS SABBATH EVENING SCHOOL SOCIETY, for the year ending, 11th Nov. 1815.

ANNUAL REPORT ADERD TIY' GR 7ZS' S ZID THI E STYV F-l - TO '0 Q 7. row . t,~il, itAX.Ib p.mmui'l'T. I3R iiice ihl Trc',iesstirer's liinds, s I th I 8 ?? ( Besideii Xl I ,s. 'hd. at int Quarttrlyv CoHlictiots of Menmbers- to At JList 1 8 lS. - .J. ThIislSoi, Esq. - - MXr Wigall, p
March 20, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE FOLLOWING COLLECTIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FOR [ill] OF THE INFIRMARY, ABERDEEN, BETWIXT 28the February 1815, and 1st March 1816.

THE FOLLOWING COLLECTIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FOR [ill] OF THE INFIRMARY, ABERDEEN, BETWIXT 28the February 1815, and 1st March 1816.

THrE FOLIOWIS; C O L L I C T IO N S IIXV] BEEN RECEWVED FOR XEfWUO or vir INFI'IRAYIA IY, ABIRD1EEMN 1I1EretW! 2Sth I8brua;2 1 8 i5, 2and I.st Marc2h 1 At ABliltilE1N )'RESnYrERY. 013rnmoria., firr - From,, ritr I. rulges of Aberdeenr Car- deners, at a Sermion preached by the R.v
March 20, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
.*Tbl< d.iy is published, 1" 2 T®!>- «vo. price 18s. boards, rOliyoftlie LIFE Squir? MARCOS X OiUli:(;(>N.-By VIJs'CENT Frknd gtid

.*Tbl< d.iy is published, 1" 2 T®!>- «vo. price 18s. boards, rOliyoftlie LIFE Squir? MARCOS X OiUli:(;(>N.-By VIJs'CENT Frknd gtid

* Coutfeniporury of Cervantes and of Lope de Vegu<—Trancivieed into Knali»!i from the Spanish Kdition, 1618. Major LANGTON, 61kt Kegiment. The above work will found interesting, from its c.mnection witli the 0.1 Dies of U- Sage, who has evidently availed himself it, and introduc
March 20, 1816 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England