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1 BaiGUTiJN, Sept. 7.

1 BaiGUTiJN, Sept. 7.

Tiiis day, at 2 p. m., the IIrnENT, accompanied by three or four Noblemen and Gentlemen, on horse- back, left the Pavilion, for tin airing along the Cliff- road'Westward, liis Royal Highness was dressed in a loose blue coat-, white hat, and appeared in ex- celjent health. Soou a
September 9, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TUN BRIDGE IV ELLS. I

TUN BRIDGE IV ELLS. I

The Duke and Duchess of Cumberland are ren- dering Tunbridge Wells a scene of great gaiety. — Their Royal Highnesses have music parlies very frequently, to which most of the Nobility and Gentry at t lie Wells ant! neighbourhood are invited. Their Royal Highnesses gave a grand Ba
September 9, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
'VjOYaGE 70 TIIE CONGO.

'VjOYaGE 70 TIIE CONGO.

?? v - _W«*!p«e._« yaoM oun impkr of satiir_ay last.) CHAPTER THE THIRD. The ?? parsncti its course to th«- coast of Afrirn.— The towing-ri** beg.n- lo produce it? stores for the naturalists. — Mew ?? uf Sqiialus caught. - Sha.k fishing, peculiarities ot Ifce white i.nd blue spe
September 9, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PlliCK■ C>i'"'S'ibv''!vf«-, Sir: r-xniEK _.•.Hank Stock I •••'•••• -**'«•■ 'k

PlliCK■ C>i'"'S'ibv''!vf«-, Sir: r-xniEK _.•.Hank Stock I •••'•••• -**'«•■ 'k

PlliCK ■ ?? Sir : r-xniEK _.• Hank Stock I ?? -**'«•■ 'k Vavy sy.'i t>nt-ICs|ss- ■ • liioi:ri:.,n..s fU 60 . per Ci-nt. shul -i'.xchcq. I'.Hls _ J 1-7 23 17 1$ i ?? Cent. I'e.i. -lit.t -'until S«-a Sleek ,Ler Ct. Gone. TSj.J^V ?? for nr. Rni 795 80J !0 3-. uk £. ?? '.-liui "" | i
September 9, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FLANDERS MAIL. Ghent, S_:pt. 7. — The action brought by his Grace the Duke of Wellivcton against M. I). BtssciiEß, was decided yesterday ; and we announce, ! •with a sort of pride, that the sentence, though fore- seen by all sensible minds, has justified all hopes end given gene
September 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE QUAR.TERLY REVIEW.

THE QUAR.TERLY REVIEW.

The last Number of thi. excellent Publication contains a criticism of Lady Morgan's «-* France," which from tlte poignancy of its wit, and the just- ness, force, and pertsjricuity of its remarks, we can- not deny ourselves the pleasure of laying (for the most part) before our Re
September 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONI.ON*.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13.

LONI.ON*.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13.

LONI.ON* SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. We received at a late hour last night Frentti- Papers to the 10th lost. Tbey inform us that the Prince of Orange had repaired to Paris, where he arrived on the evening of the Bth, aud had a guard of houour appointed to attend him. The King of Prus
September 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
j THE PRI.\CE REQEFT.

j THE PRI.\CE REQEFT.

Brighton, Skpt. 12.--.-Tbe weather this morning was hazy, intermixed with- drizzling rain, and numer- ous were the visits to the Cliff to diseover-the posi- tion of the Royal George ; but this ressel, and her armed companions, had disappeared, and a rumour was soon current that
September 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
! ...I. ■ .. L_.SPORTING.

! ...I. ■ .. L_.SPORTING.

! ?? ■ .. L_ SPORTING. PONTEFRACT RACES. Wednesoat, Sr.PT. 10. The Gold Cup, value lOOgs., a Sweepstakes of ll)g« each, with 20gs added (the surplus, if any, to be paid lo ihe winner in specie) fur horses, __c. of all a-.es ; three-year-olds enrrying fit. 61 ii. f«or, Ssi. fivr,
September 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
iMPROMPfU

iMPROMPfU

ON TIIE ftPACII* Of tCYfT IIATIVG SEN. S_.*fEl*lAT. SACKS OF E»Rs T'> CnVSTAK.TIROrt.K, As A PROO.* OV HIS VICTORY -TE* the wren Ann i *s. (rttdftil THE LITI r.rv gazkitb of THIS DAT ) O'er Weclinbiles Ihe Pacha*, fame A wondi-vius tr-ipliy rear? : Ti.iiguee sther eonqoerurn pro
September 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England