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LONDON NEWS CONTINUED.

LONDON NEWS CONTINUED.

LONDON, NEWS CONTINUED. Tile Pilgrim merchant ship, which is now in 2! the River, bound for Sierre Leone, carries out two serjeants of the guards, six corporals, three in serjeants, and a corporal of 'the corps of artifl- ri cers, who are going to join Major Peddie, in his es com
June 1, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINB3U RGH N EWS, ?? ?? pogC Q2.) i~!pnday, a party of trriagoons ltw re proceeding from Gilasgov to Dii

EDINB3U RGH N EWS, ?? ?? pogC Q2.) i~!pnday, a party of trriagoons ltw re proceeding from Gilasgov to Dii

mbart on with a prisol9e, wholoro tic' \lad apprehended tfr I c iitrave ition of LII1 xcise hvt' s, end svalid n thev had placed on orseba ck ?? Otn Of tile soldiers hlien lie fell arid had his, bal; br okn. I the 'ciitait haippenineg ncar Rienton, he was COD vj yold to tlmit Vi
June 5, 1816 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT- HOUSE OF LORDS. LVednesday, May S*. ' Lord Holland moved the seednd reading of the Shop-lifting Bill. Lord

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT- HOUSE OF LORDS. LVednesday, May S*. ' Lord Holland moved the seednd reading of the Shop-lifting Bill. Lord

FMenborough was convinced, that the frequency this offence would be increased, if Ibis Bill were lo pas*. He moved that it he read a second time that day three month*. Lord Holland defended the Bill, on the ground that the offence was so disporlioned the punishment, that many pe
June 1, 1816 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Memoir of Prince Leopold of Coburg.

Memoir of Prince Leopold of Coburg.

?Memnoir of Prince t ?? of vCb/ rg-I. In the ?? of 1813 ;tte thliete iirotliers 'of.the House of Coburg 'eert1'edthc'scl%'s ns far as they were able foi'the 'emancipiatioit1 fo ermany. 'Ihe Dqlhe repaired to Berlin; Fdrddinalid,,tbe 55cold b3rotibcr toVienira; and Lcnopld,,first4
June 1, 1816 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
itoisrfUm'iiSiMi.

itoisrfUm'iiSiMi.

Genertl Sehasti»ni and Camitlc Jourdan anicn» .1 dimugoi'htd French io * C*lleri*» for 14,000 per Slim are preparing j Metropoiiun Chofcl) of Piri», for the OCca»iou of .j marriage of the Puke d« Berry. Emtgratfort i» rapidly iccrea>ing from all part, United Kingdom. A ship (tilt
June 4, 1816 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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TO THE GENTLEMEN COPYHOLDERS OF THE DANDY BAZAAR.

TO THE GENTLEMEN COPYHOLDERS OF THE DANDY BAZAAR.

{To THE GLNTI.tMtN ? COPYoLnERS OF TlE ' I ,l -DANDY BAZAAR. ' lll~otrtsla .~v GrN~rtutig5N, - A varcincv having occurred int the ftott-o ?idtdtiv by tlieresignation of thie'Doivager, -allnsV uhe togsulicituyoeur vote aod interest at the ensuing eletion ofyour- King. 'o obtai14 t
June 3, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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SA L IXACTIO1N. Furniture, a fine toned I'lano."fsrte,. Chims Mlass, rild'ffl, Well-street, Haeney.-Bly lOG~GAR4 -and *PIjslJM on the Premises, (the late residerst of Mr. Gevers), in Well- .street, Hackney, on Thursday-nesit .an,- following day, alt T E1nenat HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE
June 3, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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'DRLVrS rv. l~neiandbuilysolelt teirpatonge; a"ures rhena~ no sil lesttir sallbe aningonhispat to prormote their ten- teat d arommaatio. li fasher egs l ein~ to bqerv~e, that ?? liptse Agent. lie has a Register caanykept w~*hereby ttsey saay ko on th~eir arrival; of eer ouetit is
June 4, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARIS, MAY 30.

PARIS, MAY 30.

PARIS, hA 3oM !'.efollg~ ncklanat Jr. greatly the suhje& of eysn'ersat~on re, at ?? mninmetr -.-A caort, drawn by three horses, and a'rertyv colitaloseg a cniiides'alai quanitity of linen, was ts.p cad yeiterday at .tle.harritr of Clichiv coming frr~aa As.' i jo Panllas, lay the
June 4, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Mrs. Siddons last night plaved Sueen Catharine, at Covent-Garden, tor the benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kemble. Her reception

Mrs. Siddons last night plaved Sueen Catharine, at Covent-Garden, tor the benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kemble. Her reception

was worthy of her distinguished talents; the house was crowded to excess, and peals of applause from part of it saluted her on her entre. A Fatal Duet —Has taken place between two British Officers, nearCambray. The second discharge stretched both the unfortunate young men on the
June 6, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England