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The POST-OFFICE and the LETTER-CARRIERS.

The POST-OFFICE and the LETTER-CARRIERS.

The POS T-OFE:ICE aold the LETTER-C 4RRIERS. TO MR. FREA'L1NC, SECRETARYAT THE POST-OFFICE. Sia,-It ebloutd have beern noticed] in my letter to you, th"at the eseiwiishlmeijt of this Superannullated Fund, of -6 Huhi the Lctter-Carriers in general so justly complain, as warntlit r
September 15, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
LITERARY NOTICES.

LITERARY NOTICES.

, t ?? 13. On the &mae of Europe ?? Jhi;'r' 1 6. Bj Georze .ERnsur; Esq. lon)rdon, tHoluer. , Ts~ m7- ,was; so-ne yfearq a-gn 2 ivarrk .oubi~~icsld 'with t~ quaini tiine, Gfl7cert;flZ the n^e;oi of (?li. 'hiS wvorak had nothing remhrk ablet it but b t! pr ff"'l II of the style, a
September 29, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

- On Monday, R. T.irsnend was found guiltv of forging a bill of techance, for 7251., with intent to defraud Fortunatus Crisp, of Yarmouth. 4dant Wright, indicted for the wilful murder of Mare Withy, and her infant son James, by driving a stage-coach over them near HIyde-Park-corn
September 29, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, tc. On Tuesday mornring, one of the Exeter and Plymouth coaches, heavily laden, in passing through .ammersnith, on its vway out of towin, came dowis with a tremendous crash, in consequence of the fore axle-tree breaking. A sailor, who was on the outside, had
September 29, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHIONABLES.

COURT AND FASHIONABLES.

CoURT AND FASIILONABLES. A very important State Proceeding is now on the apizs, Ibut'the necessary ?? will ?? its commence- ment ior perhaps four or five mnonths from the present time. All the interesting, documnents appertaining to this affair have already being placed in the ha
September 1, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

MRI. SCRIVEN'S PRINT OF MR. COKE. OvRt the door in the large room of last year's Royal Academv Ehiibition, our readers may recollect a canital Portrait by Mr. R. It CRaiAGLE of Mr. COKE of Norfolk. A painting like this, of so public-spirited an angriclturist. andsenator, merited
September 1, 1816 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.

'PHF1ATI{I' R6YAL, DRURY-1,ANr.N1 Evseiin2. previous to the Play A MIONODY This | EvvEing, previous toghe Ptaye A MONODY to d the MEMOPA',' ot the late Righc HI-onR. B. SH.ERIDANI xss Wll be bpoksen by MA-. Davinen. After. which., oiVERIS' V()WS. Frederic Ar. Rae;* Bartn AVsidenh
September 14, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALrS BY. AvCTiON. Prinits, Dlrawings, Books, Paper. Portfolios, Coins, Household Furniture, &c.-My [\leqsrs. KING: at their great Roonm, 38, King-street, tOvent-garden, on Tuesday nest, puni ually! Samall ¢olieAion of PRINTS and DRAWINGS, A by Aneleit and. Modern Masters, Portra
September 14, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
M. DE CHATEAUBRIAND'S WORK.

M. DE CHATEAUBRIAND'S WORK.

Ail. DE CI<TEA1UBRlIANZDS IYOR C. The-Postscript (the first part of wh~ich we published me yest6-dav) concludes in the following manner:- Dc It is hdrd, to see the fate of our- unfortunate coun- thle try always brought in , question :our- destiny is always an( sported with onl th
September 28, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

rm'HI1 AJONING CH)W1VJCLE. LO NDON: FRIDAr, SEPTEIIBER 6, f96. ' , We received yesterday the Paris Papers of Moday r. last. The chief articl they contain is a descripltion a fronm Constantinople of the reception at the Turkish [, Cosrt of the Frenich Ambassador, who ot course-was
September 6, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England