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VAJZIE:IES.

VAJZIE:IES.

Grand match azainst Inttectn Eaton and Baktr.— e mdcli Lets Eaton, Lheatli notorictv, and the It uchuster p R is now finally set dud I' ll l.6y.h u d Itoliett Scutt, eve..v IVettnesday, at No. 4, oppcs:te Ow Hotel, SFr ing-Gar 1. he dl uc happy t.. r 1 c c Communications 11.)m a
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
when, one day, the portals of Paradise flew open and the spirit of his wife entered to partake of her

when, one day, the portals of Paradise flew open and the spirit of his wife entered to partake of her

remuneration likewise. "Ah !" exclaimed Carim, you see 1 was right; I knew the joys of Paradise could never be eternal." THE ROYAL MUSEUM AT PARIS. [FROM A PARIS PAPER.] It was without any foundation that people expected to see the galleries of the Royal Museum opened on the fes
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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April 30, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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fammn^ ?? 'princess Charlotte is said to be in a ,HE L which must gratify the nation at slt nd <*ive an additional security to , nf Brunswick. ■^t of Wellington arrived in London on * owing fro* ll Paris - so earl y as five iW "L mp anied by a single aide-de-camp, i*. frace nad v
April 30, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HIUGUTON. April 29.

HIUGUTON. April 29.

H IUGUTON. April 29. The Rev. Mr. Blomberg continues in the most promising way at the Pavilion. Rumour states, that the Prince Regent intends paying another visit to the Pavilion in the course of the ensuing month. The Tiber frigate has been upon this station for some time past,
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HEREFORD. Off the insf. was married, Bridstow, Rev. L. Rnbin»on, Joseph. Wood house, Esq. of this city, Anne Mafia, eldest

HEREFORD. Off the insf. was married, Bridstow, Rev. L. Rnbin»on, Joseph. Wood house, Esq. of this city, Anne Mafia, eldest

daughter the late Mr. William Porter, Wilton, roi.nry. Thursday the 84th instant was married, hy the Rev. A! -rLn lers, Morgan John Llwynban ied, the County Radnor, to Eliza Susanna, second daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Bradstoek, many years Rector B i-.gham, Worcestershire L
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
HEREFORDSHIRE. HAGLEY, near LUGWARDINL. Valuable and Modem Household Furniture, Future f, , China, Glass, and lUp't Hare, Kitchen Requisites, and

HEREFORDSHIRE. HAGLEY, near LUGWARDINL. Valuable and Modem Household Furniture, Future f, , China, Glass, and lUp't Hare, Kitchen Requisites, and

Brewing Utensils, -very capital Hotse, and Harness ; SOLD AUCTION, By WILLIAM JVATKINS, ■Without Reserve, on Wednesday, the Thirtieth April, 1817, and following Day, the Premises ot Captain Price, leaving that part of the County; COMPRISING Four-post and Tent Bedsteads and Hangi
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Ben Jonson’s Head, Stepney ; freehold Ground R® uf £53 18«. per Annum and Leasehold By Messrs.

SALES BY AUCTION. Ben Jonson’s Head, Stepney ; freehold Ground R® uf £53 18«. per Annum and Leasehold By Messrs.

BROMLF.Y and WAND, the Commercial-mad, (no connection with Bromley and HaAd, alias Bromley and alias Mr. Bromley, Colemart-stiet) die AUCTION MART, near the Bank England, On THURSDAY, May 8, « TweVre, THE Ben Jonson's Head Public-house, Ten-cardens, Bowling-green, and Assembly-r
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
vain delusions and excited. supposed SirMA'ITHEW espft ssjtl Ids fear tins measure i commiksioncrt would feel good securities. I »>»uSd

vain delusions and excited. supposed SirMA'ITHEW espft ssjtl Ids fear tins measure i commiksioncrt would feel good securities. I »>»uSd

tody add our burdens. were to em-1 Individuals might break, and yet the parish-rates might remain ployed, and these must naturally have some remunerali‘it. liable. Great burdens too might lull landlords, il occupier* would ask whether those commissioners were to have any salary
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
I.AU' KF.I'ORT. COUUI KIXO’S-BLNCH, Monday, Aprii. 28. GRAND JURY THE INDICTMENTS FOR HIGH TREASON. ll,is morning, at ten o'clock, the

I.AU' KF.I'ORT. COUUI KIXO’S-BLNCH, Monday, Aprii. 28. GRAND JURY THE INDICTMENTS FOR HIGH TREASON. ll,is morning, at ten o'clock, the

Grand Jury for the county Middlesex, having been sworn, Mr. Justice Hati.vv addressed them in elaborate speech, stating the Law ul High Treason applicable the prisoners. Mr. H-re Townsend was upon the jury. grand jury continued sit until half-past five, when they adjourned, lor
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England