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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
 
BRAND’S LODGE,

BRAND’S LODGE,

Containing two good sitting rooms, sewn hod chambers, servants’ ball, kitchen, hack kitchen, and wash-house, cellar, larder, and other with an excellent cold bath, stable for four horses, carriage and carl house, kitchen Garden, small pleasure ernund, and ten acres excellent PAS
June 6, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ST4GE COACHES.

ST4GE COACHES.

Abstract the Hill f the mine efertual prevention the ocraniuoe I the inrunsiderale dr.vine ..f stage coaches, other public conveyance* Coa - and others, who immodee driving any coach, or ahall overturn the tame who hall, furiously and immoderately driving, endanger the any Sec.
June 27, 1816 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
' 1810^ P"B»ted by the ?? lvhich be had *• SSf- COm, "» »to office, gave NC'^lVjosK A a ??

' 1810^ P"B»ted by the ?? lvhich be had *• SSf- COm, "» »to office, gave NC'^lVjosK A a ??

,r ' b - v tht'in- ?? ,a >«"«"ss u un - AnJ «nthe Wuterloo.r— The anniversary of this ever-memo- rable liattle on the I Sth of June, was celebrated by a dinner of roast beef, veal, hams, and plum puddings, given to the military irarrison of this city by a sub- scription of the i
June 26, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Sk»_ M , AR *itD. ?? , J,r - <-«>_. Cooke, of Gar- " "J.toagtoer of .Mr.T. Bray.ofUiss. *H.- ,

Sk»_ M , AR *itD. ?? , J,r - <-«>_. Cooke, of Gar- " "J.toagtoer of .Mr.T. Bray.ofUiss. *H.- ,

. DIED. M* ?? at .X orth Lopham, a ? ed 61, v^iv IW,,1 W,, V f Mr - -to"* Murton C*j*l? rCSl,ec^ ! ' a S«I 83, Mr. It. I A'Altliarl., • „ &_S» or v B £ ?? - year ' Mr. Thomas ?? '^'in'iil ;is ! f) "" 11 ' 11 ' 1 ' irl ' l( ?? aged 32, Mr. John > W oti, Mr. Wm. Woolnongh,
June 26, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
itiatlif t i£>erain.

itiatlif t i£>erain.

Mark-Lane, Monday, June 3. The arrivals of Wheat at this market have Been quite- trifling during the past week, and ajrain this morning from the counties of Fssex, Kent, and .Suffolk ; but froni the more distant ports and from Scotland so much has come to hand as for the present
June 5, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Monday, May 27. The Budget. — The House went into a Committee, (as stated in last Postscript) and 31 r. Vansittart gave a general summary of the Ways and Means appli- cable to the service of the year. Among the pi-in- pal of these were : — lst, a Loan from the Bank of England of
June 5, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
TURNPIKE from SCOLE to BURY. ■jyOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting - 1 ' of the 'Trustees will

TURNPIKE from SCOLE to BURY. ■jyOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting - 1 ' of the 'Trustees will

be held, by adjournment, on Thursday the \"th day of June instant ,( that being the second Thursday in June, tlie day appointed for the General Yearly Meeting, agreeable to the direc- tions of the Act) at the Crown Inn, in Botesdale, at Eleven o'clock before noon. Jilt Order, Ey
June 12, 1816 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

On inlay were received Paris Papers Thursday la-d; those Tuesday and Wednesday Saturday. The rootic new* as vapid as ever, and will remain so, wbilsl the present system lasis. Lite approaching marriage the Duke lierry constitute*, the feature.-— Besides other memorable circumsta
June 14, 1816 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COURT OF KING's BENCH.

COURT OF KING's BENCH.

June 5. v. ». cn.ai.fo>-, tso. SEDUCTION. Ulo* me, trial for Seduction has never been surpassed its Lateness. A lortune, late tim Sheriff a count v, engages with Captain Guards iv seducing two poor girls, of fifteen year* old, tbe daughters a widow. The man utter in hit nefariou
June 14, 1816 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England