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.BIRTHS.

.BIRTHS.

At Uallitore, county dare, on the lath Inst, the Lady of Lieut.-Col. Thompson, Foot, of a son. Saturday last, at his house IQ Nottmghant-place, the wife of Litun-Colonel Haldane, v*f son, her seventeenth child Wham fifteen arc living. Du the 26th hist, Uevuinhire-street, Portlan
April 30, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
be had.

be had.

Stranger.—Well, bat why don't you apply to the clerkymare lolin.—What;to our Parson ? why he takes no heed of such like as we ; we may all starve fotwbat we can get . of him. - Stranger.--Welf, then, your churchwarden; suiely he wilt do something for you. Jp4,—Our -churchwarden
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
.MISCELLAN LOU S.

.MISCELLAN LOU S.

Memorandum —The Christian name of Lieut. ThoMpson, who exchanged from the 93d Regiment .f foot, tipol. the ha-pay of the Light Dragoons, on the 29th August 1816. should be Colin, and not John. The Christian names if 11r. Williams, who so“s app intea to an Ensigncy in the 7th Wes
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS

HOUSE OF COMMONS

The SPEAKER was summoned to the House of Peers. On his return be informed the House that the Royal Assent bad been given by Commission to several public and private Bills. For which see the Lords. Seijeant ONSLOW presented a Petition from certain inhabitants of the parish of Chr
April 30, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
he tould ennimit in br Nther . bread) of hit fiear, hear). }le thought the mischief likely to extend too

he tould ennimit in br Nther . bread) of hit fiear, hear). }le thought the mischief likely to extend too

considerably, n .itly among Maebr dos usernselves, but their siestudinate width! catch at the opportunity of wieldin s t t b d ter horny the arbitrary spirit which gay.- the fits, Impulse— (Hest; h,or).—Olie instance had already in , he borough of l.i verpool. where the tn.%n cl
April 30, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

I 1. - - I ?? - -I-- .. -.7, I 1 It .. , , ?? f- I- INTI"I'l-A(311", .1 I , ?? i'CIVit~ I ii L ?? -I ?? liC'o'tle, lii (lt o I vt' pi 1; i:t' r i i r18 Il eilli' I'1:11S. iii' V'il. 'Vt Cli' ?? lie 18 ?? t i'Mo'ivii' 0 k' l itith r i I l li 'Ill %ti 'l-1i iioult 'in Iiit 'iC i P
April 30, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tiADY DUCIE'S ROUT.

tiADY DUCIE'S ROUT.

Her Ladyship opened her beautiful mansion in Do- ver-street, on Monday night, to the fashionable world. The interior ofthe mansion was fitted up with great taste in a style of unique elegance. The three drawing-rooms were brilliantly illuminated. The company arrived between the
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

LONDON", THURSDAY, APRIL 24. ""TP*" received this morning the \\ / Piris Monday / last The King did not \\ / quit the rhuilleries on Sun- day, as the French Journals " " had prepared expect his Majesty received company his apartments, a 1 was visited the Duke of Orleans, return
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
a Poor Welsh Beggar Woman. Wur lidst thou hid thy native h'dl« adieu ? awful torrents, and their hanging woods,

a Poor Welsh Beggar Woman. Wur lidst thou hid thy native h'dl« adieu ? awful torrents, and their hanging woods,

Where the lore Feasant from some tall[cliff Hue Sit« fearless midst eternal solitudes, What rime the morn comes skipping o'er the dew, Or where the Eve above grey, Pours the lustre receding day. No rude desire the simple peasant feels, Who rears hi« cottage the mountain's brow,
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
On the second reading the Sait Duties Bill, 1 night, in the House of Commons, Mr. CalcraU wi drew his

On the second reading the Sait Duties Bill, 1 night, in the House of Commons, Mr. CalcraU wi drew his

opposition to it, and expressed his convict; that next Session would put an end to the tax t commodity altogether. Mr. Tierney afterwards brought forward his rna;, for the abolition of the office of Third Secretary He was warmly supported in his motion t . ryat, than whom, perha
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England