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EDUCATION OF THE LOWER ORDERS,]

EDUCATION OF THE LOWER ORDERS,]

ABSTRACT OF EVIDENCE BEFORE THE COMMIT- TEE OS THE J-i OUS X OF COMMONS, Ma-t, J3lo'. (continued from -the morning POST OF MONDAY, SEPT. 9.) Mr/ Lloyd proceeded t.i stale, his opinion, that the number; ; nf Sundav School* in li.c Metropolis is> about 40,000, ami about] 4030 te.-
September 11, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MARUIED—On the _.Otii instant, at St. Bo tol ph. Riders- gate, William, second son of Thomas Aston, l.sq. ef I.y

MARUIED—On the _.Otii instant, at St. Bo tol ph. Riders- gate, William, second son of Thomas Aston, l.sq. ef I.y

fen. House, Gloucestershire, to Mary Anne, only daughter of the Ian George Seddou, l__q. of Aldcrtgate-sir-et. On the 19th inst. at Aswasby, Lincolnshire, the Rev. Join. Hauiner, M. A. sou of Sir 1 Irrimas Hanmer, i'.art. of Hantnei and Betii'field, Flintshire, to Catherine, dau
September 26, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Great & Useful Victory.

Great & Useful Victory.

(Jrea! 4' tf~d f "ri d ir LONDON GAZETTE XZl' OtDJI.Lr SUNDAY, SEPrf 1i. ts AdmiraltyI Ofjice, Setaedtcr lii. is Captain Brisblane, oi hii Maj'tLY's qi.i IQ: le Charlotte, alrivc. at this OlPe as?" r I il.flowi ng dc'spateiies tomn A.'mifl Lordll':!!) :o G. C. B. addressed to J ,
September 20, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The history of human suffering can scarcely furnish a detail so [ill] and at the same time so interesting, as the following narrative of SHIPWRECK OF THE MEDUSE FRENCH FRIGATE.

The history of human suffering can scarcely furnish a detail so [ill] and at the same time so interesting, as the following narrative of SHIPWRECK OF THE MEDUSE FRENCH FRIGATE.

_ rhe history of human sufftring can scarcely farnish a detail so horrid, and at the same time so interest- In inco, as tise followsng narrative oftIkeI S.,IPWRECK OF THE MEDUSE FRENCH I S FRIGATE. I The public are already apprised of the loss of the de French frigate the Meduse,
September 27, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

'For NEW YORK, I The fine Americaa Ship EUPHRATES, N~ssa DP Costr, Alaster; MN Burtlen a3j tonsi, aasirotng-)huilt excelle t ecseLi, and has invariably delivered her cargoes in despat good Coenition; is now loading in the ?? Dock, - and having a roynsiderable.part of her cargo al
September 27, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

5,'t Vj W AY. 5.4~tCW 6 LIgr.IC.UbIA tIAC*1Aw&W~ TO LET, A Well furnished Seven Yard HOUSE, in Bold- Astreet, with Twol arloursand Tee lRooei. Five Lodging Rooms; Kitchen and Scuilery on the samne loo'; Stable and Coach-hnnsc; with good ?? partiru1ars apsply to'Mr. Gore. 'UTA NTS
September 6, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
To the EDITORS of the Liverpool Mercury.

To the EDITORS of the Liverpool Mercury.

To the VDITORS of Mhc LiVerl)DOI Xercury. GENTLEMEN, I happened tobepresenton Wed- nesday night, for a short time, at the fire which took place in Redcross-street, and had occasion agan'" to aitness the unfortunate effects of the want. of an, early tippty of water. It the engines
September 6, 1816 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

MONODY Ti »JS MZM»RY OF THE RIGHT KOM. RICHARD BRINSI.KV SHERIDAK. ( The ?? a-e the most striking Passages in this Poetic Effusum, attributed to the pen if the Hon. George i,arnl),anil spoken by Mrs. Davison, at the re-opining of Drury Lane Theatre, on Saturday last.) When the l
September 14, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
ACCIDENTS and OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS and OFFENCES.

A young woman named Fletcher, who residedal Burton-upon-Trent has been fully committed to Stafford gaol, for tbe wilful murder of her illegiti- mate infant child. The particulars of this horrid case are as follows:— About nine days a-o as a' boatman with his boy were comine down
September 14, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
At his seat at Worthy, i„ A*. — -- Sir Chaloner Ogle. Bart, the J£* .>>^of ft ?? Royal Navy

At his seat at Worthy, i„ A*. — -- Sir Chaloner Ogle. Bart, the J£* .>>^of ft ?? Royal Navy

.-Sir Cha'oner '£* ?? IrS «;;.,s uad eslates by rn:4n c^'"< i^t Cnarle*) Ogle, of his Mak.,f>\ £_*£? feo»£ venerable. Karl St ?? is , ' U:Vf »l».^Tl. •be KM of British ?? M:lf,rd, South Wiles, ?? faZST*"' *-«: in the Royal Naw._ At sj^T •^*w*a W *« aged 58, Charles Cliapli,,. _.
September 14, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England