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in. Wind W. S. W.—Arrived and sailed for the Thomas,.JAcKrana,from.the eve: f Good Hop. ; she spoke en the Bth inst int in !at. 9. 19 Wo g . I. SO. W. his Majesty's skip Clii:/tll3, out days, well: Came slows' from the River ;he WouttLn, Tenerille ; and Sarah Ann, for the Cape. D
December 31, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY'S POST CONCLUDED.

FRIDAY'S POST CONCLUDED.

Count De Las Cases has addressed two letters to the Lords Sidmouth and Holland. That to the'former nobleman i 3 dated Dover, Nov. 22. Its main purpose is to complain of the seizure and detention his papers English messenger, accompanied with demonstrations of harshness and disco
December 31, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Jot •> * * I Sundry sub«eribid, iiriioa(2d*bb>er:pUet)) I each le&» than U. 10 Subscriptions be received by Robert Waithmjin,

Jot •> * * I Sundry sub«eribid, iiriioa(2d*bb>er:pUet)) I each le&» than U. 10 Subscriptions be received by Robert Waithmjin,

the 1 reasurer, Alderman Thorpe, Al'lgate, High-street; Robert Carter, Minor if 5; Joseph Htircombe, St. Paul's Cnurch-yard ; Sa.nufl Stroud and Alexander Galloway, ibgli Holboru. THE ADMiltEltS HEBREW FOKTRY. Just pulUished, Isaruiswinely printed, price Ss. a HEBiIEW DIRuE on t
December 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Sail iht* January For GIBRALTAR, With liberty to load Goods at a Port in the Channel, Hge, -fast-sailing Sloop LARK;

Sail iht* January For GIBRALTAR, With liberty to load Goods at a Port in the Channel, Hge, -fast-sailing Sloop LARK;

C'ltr.s-topher Anderson, Commander. Burthen tons— fciiswtrabk. Lyin',' at Cherry Garticn Stairs. Has exed’ent for For Freight or I’assage ••PP'/ CeiviinanJer, the Sparish Walk; or to WIIfTF. and Co. Old City Chambers, A Regular Trader.—With all possible Dispatch, Direct for BOMB
December 31, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Has great part of her Cargo engaged. For NAPLES, PALERMO, and MESSINA, With liberty to forward Goods for Sicily, at

Has great part of her Cargo engaged. For NAPLES, PALERMO, and MESSINA, With liberty to forward Goods for Sicily, at

the Ship’s expense, but at the risk the Shippers, -SSf, THE fine, fast-sailing, British-built Brig iScSAgfil MATILDA, Al. William Cuming, Commander. Lying off the Tower. Burthen 126 tons. Fat Freight or Passage apply to B. and H. RICHARDSON, 3, George-yard, Lombard-street; John’
December 31, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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Historical and Biographical Works recently published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orroe, and Brown, Patemoaler.row, I. SKETCHES of the SOUTH XX

Historical and Biographical Works recently published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orroe, and Brown, Patemoaler.row, I. SKETCHES of the SOUTH XX

INDIA, an attempt lo trace the History Mysoor, Irom the Origin of the Hindoo Government of that Stale to the Extinction of the Mahomnied: Dynasty in 1799; founded chiefly on Indian authorities, collected by the author while olllcialinf for sceeral tears Political Resident at the
December 31, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
ORDERS and ADVERTISEMENTS taken in by NEWTON and Co. Nq. 5, Warwick-Court, Newgate-Street ; J. WHITE, No. 33, Fleet-Street ;

ORDERS and ADVERTISEMENTS taken in by NEWTON and Co. Nq. 5, Warwick-Court, Newgate-Street ; J. WHITE, No. 33, Fleet-Street ;

AXTELL and PURSER No i r«u* t o u-., r . n.ffVe-hou'es, fi lei 3 and by the' Printers of Country Newspapers in the United Kingdom keeping Accounts with the foreiroinir I nnrtnn a '„t * i le'1 e ' V or P hlil, Lon ?? (where, and at the Auction Mart, Peek's and Chapter conte Attte
December 31, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
nirlGllTON, Dec 29.

nirlGllTON, Dec 29.

Th*? Prince Reoent walked on the Palace Lawn this morning, in apparent good health. The Duke of Yob* and the Earl of LivEitrooL arrived at the Pavilion this afternoon in time for dinner. Music continues to be prohibited, aud the' several apartments of the Royal residence of a ni
December 31, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ON THE GENIUS OF POETRY.

ON THE GENIUS OF POETRY.

MACRETH. TO THE FDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. * Sir-— Had Shakestfari* never written any other pl*»y thmi Mocb-*rh,**e must have placed hint iti the first tank of drumatisls and poets. For if it be the abject of the dian-a to convey moral instruction ? iir- ueh the powerful medium
December 31, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HEREFORDSHIRE. WILLEY HALL FARM. TO BE LET, Per a Term of Twenty-one Tears, determinable' srf the end the first Seven

HEREFORDSHIRE. WILLEY HALL FARM. TO BE LET, Per a Term of Twenty-one Tears, determinable' srf the end the first Seven

or Fourteen Tears, ihe of Landlord or Tenant, TT7ILLEY HALL FARM.—It contains near Four Hundred Acres of Land, within a Ring Fence, and situated within Three Four Miles of good Lime Works; distant from Leominster and Ludlow about Seventeen, from Kington Six, and from Presteign a
December 31, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England