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IMPIOUS AND BLASPHEMOUS LIBEL.

IMPIOUS AND BLASPHEMOUS LIBEL.

. .J . I .4 - ::J -2. - I:I J I us LISA!. YA1P1'(JC S d4.;- 73Et-ISP14DS ICUS' LIBAL, Mr 5SIIteI- ( :ir statiti. hit, ti, is vsi, ns i it iifirinttion prel'itrrtf lit i It ?? m i'l1:l I 's 'Is Iot eir 'pti l ' i' If l ziD~' itl'o 'e piilh ! i2.i ..ttrrttf jbe in counr t;li lft'it
December 31, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHURCH MISSIONARY SoCIETi.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SoCIETi.

TO THR EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. IX AM-W-U Ta» 'HK aEV. MR. Ct.EHtCI S OF SAT-RD*. V LAST. Sir — A-ffhougFi the: very excellent and truly or- .thodox pr«tcst*»f the Rt-v. the Arrhtleacoii Thomas. (which Mr. Clerictts chooses, iiv true Evangelical jargon, to designate as unauth
December 31, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ANSWER TO MR. OIB«ON’s NOTE.

ANSWER TO MR. OIB«ON’s NOTE.

Dr. Watson accepts with pleasure Mr. Gibbon’s polite invitation a personal acquaintance, and, if cones to town this winter, will certainly have the ho-| of waiting upon him; and begs at the same time assure Mr. Gibbon, that will very happy to opportunity of shewing him every civ
December 31, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE Ship AID, too* per register, built at Whitby, in 1805, by Mr. Thomas Earrick, under particular inspection, for private

THE Ship AID, too* per register, built at Whitby, in 1805, by Mr. Thomas Earrick, under particular inspection, for private

use, copper-fastened and coppered, stows a large cargo, and calculated for any Trade where Vessel her class can be employed; now lying in Messrs. Young and Hawk.’s Upper Dock. For Inventories, &c. apply to JOHN and THOS. DAWSON, No. 9, Billiter-square.
December 31, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
the LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE ROOMS, FRIDAY, the 9th of January next, rg''HE FOLLOWING GOODS, VIZ. JL About Cape Sheep Skins

the LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE ROOMS, FRIDAY, the 9th of January next, rg''HE FOLLOWING GOODS, VIZ. JL About Cape Sheep Skins

600 Cape Hides || 700 Deer Skins And other Goods Catalogues of which will be timely delivered DYSTKR, CCLVERWELL, and Co. Brokers,
December 31, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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?MYAL INT.SLIIGE,VCE. MA11.3 THI3 DAY. ARR, DUE. Dublin . . • 0 0 France . . W ater f or

?MYAL INT.SLIIGE,VCE. MA11.3 THI3 DAY. ARR, DUE. Dublin . . • 0 0 France . . W ater f or

d 0 Dottenburgh . . Guerneey wad Jerroy 1 0 Jamaica 0 Li,bon - 0 0 . u Holland rr I . FALMOUTH, DECtNintlt es. Wind N. fresh breezes, v.ith Eliza, from New Brurso.iric :n six li.sky. Sailed the - Prince Ernest packer, wi t h for Lisbon p and the Good Intcat, HAM, f ur Michael's.
December 31, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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