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THE NATIONAL REGISTER.

THE NATIONAL REGISTER.

TION h necessary ; that we ►nay relieve and disincna►be' the mind of all selfish and irritable feelings ; and cherish by daily habit, gentle and conciliating niannrrs, forbearance to our equals, kindness to our dependants. attention to the poor, and all the other dearest chariti
April 21, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.

THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.

Mr. ('RATTAN wished to take this opportunity of stating to the House shat he should, on the 6th of Mac, bring forward a motion relative to the Catholic Petitions. The Right Hon. Gentleman afterwards mentioned the 3d of May, but did t positively fie either day. Mr. BMA GUAM, in t
April 21, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Ent nezzteNtewe.—Friday 11,4).4:wee, qewatil, ice. to (icolgt II gentleman of considerable Ideated itto-,l•rt, and Hertford, was %ilk invert) to a couNiderablt• amount, belottging to his It appeared that 11r. Ganssan, on Thursday - , discovered that the isoirr had 51.11 i .evcra
April 21, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
APRIL 18.

APRIL 18.

A fragment of the Consular Annals was found at Rome, on the :29th of March, in the ruins of the Ten►, ple of Castor. It corresponds with the tables that were Ibund some time before, and deposited in the Capitol. They. contain the names of eight of the Decemvirs, who were the aut
April 28, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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9,),d. large, which is and always must have been impracticable. In Edw. I. Legate to the ,pope, there is testimony to the practice of parliaments meeting twice in a year, well worthy of our observation ; it relates to a yearly tribute of 1000 marks, which the popes from the time
April 7, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 

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THE NATIONAL REGISTER.

THE NATIONAL REGISTER.

AUGSDURG, MARCH 2. .—We have just received the Proclamation which Count Sanran, Governor of Lombardy, has issued at Milan, respecting. the Jews ; and which says—" It is the will of his Majesty, that no person who professes the Mosaic religion should either by coercion or stratag
April 7, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
130 IMPERIAL PARLIAMEN7'. HOUSE OF OF LORDS. MONRAIi, APRIL 21. The Bishop of took the oaths and his scat. 1.01

130 IMPERIAL PARLIAMEN7'. HOUSE OF OF LORDS. MONRAIi, APRIL 21. The Bishop of took the oaths and his scat. 1.01

u) clit(:uLAß. Lord Siumoterit laid upon the table the circular letter issued to the Los ils Lieutenants of counties. Lord HOLLAND observed, that his Noble Friend (Earl Grey, in our last w :earned, by mistake, the some ot lord Holland instead of Earl (;rry) had given no ice that
April 28, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
i'ITLAIPTED ESCAPE C XPITAL CONVICTS FltOM NE% GATE. Yesterday afternoon three of &he men who received sen• tenec of death

i'ITLAIPTED ESCAPE C XPITAL CONVICTS FltOM NE% GATE. Yesterday afternoon three of &he men who received sen• tenec of death

last Sessions, MAO an attempt to escape. Their mimes are George Handley, Thomas Hallard, anti Patrick own, alias Ryan. The two former were convicted capitally of burglary at Rattle Bridge, under circumstances very ag gravated, as Ballard entered the house miller pretence of taki
April 14, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC. (''ELECT MELODIES, with Variations for the is) flute, by C. fichol-po . , with an Accompaniment for the

NEW MUSIC. (''ELECT MELODIES, with Variations for the is) flute, by C. fichol-po . , with an Accompaniment for the

3PLarfore, by 3. F. Burro No. I. Is derma h ear ; v i ce ' Cease your funning; pace ss. A Trio forThfte Flutes, J. F. Barrows, 4s. 'area Grand 'l'rios, fur tree flea's, by Herbeguier, pea: la. Three Duets tor two iu *tab is introduce d favourite Aim (not difficult) by 1.. I. mot
April 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
" TREASON ! SEDITION! REBELLION!

" TREASON ! SEDITION! REBELLION!

" The accounts we learns at a late bout last night, are of a most extraordinary and alarming nature from Manchester. We can only give as we were informed. Government have been fur time th possession of information that a most diabolical plot was In cootemphtlog to destroy the wh
April 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England