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THEATRICAL EXAMINEIR.

THEATRICAL EXAMINEIR.

THEaTRICAL EXAMINEIR, No. 278. ATOZART'S celebrfited Oppmera of Do Jeeei ?? hii, forwaiird at this theal re with every attraction, aiid willai, tile sliccecs which could1 be alnticipaIted. 'Tlie liuoeusw i crowded to ?? OD Sattliday wseek (ili day of .t bLL first brought oitif: o
April 20, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
calamities, and had taken some measures to soften and reduce them—(Near, hear). He hoped that the Administration would not satisfy

calamities, and had taken some measures to soften and reduce them—(Near, hear). He hoped that the Administration would not satisfy

themselves with merely passing Bills to coerce the people, who were writhing miseries, and tormented by their wants into acts of violence and rebellions relief must be afforded, and the necessity was too urgent to admit of further delay—(Hear, hear). He expected some considerabl
April 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
POR rsmou IH, APRIL. 1.

POR rsmou IH, APRIL. 1.

Sailed his Majesty'.; ship kumniosa, for Jamaica ; V Tromp, Dutch man of war, and la Concorde, CHIMTAN, for Batavia ; Waterloo. for Madras and Bengal ; Wanstead, for Grenada ; Col , nig', and Unity, LAUSSILT, for ; Minerva, SHARP, for Halifax; City of Edinburgh, for Sr. Vincent'
April 2, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

FAI.MOU I H, MARCH 59. Arrived the Lady Wellington packet with Mails from Jamaica—sailed 20th February. The following is an Extract of her Journal :—(' On 21st February, in lat. 19. 53. long. 75. 37. discovered a brig, appa. unify a cruizer, standing on a wind towards us under e
April 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
R:1..1).

R:1..1).

Srtureay, at S!. Church, 'lla , -mas Drane, of raniiey, to Leinhit, tides: of Julio Hz r‘:„ 7.lsq. of ht. es. '), at ht. 44.:nover•strare, Map,. General Sir I hums Sidney 8.-cksshh, K. C. rIS is da , ,ghter of the I ire Sir WM of 1: Bart. March 20, at lkyets, Invern, .hire, 'Mom
April 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW ISSUE OP VCOHIQUIS BILLS.

NEW ISSUE OP VCOHIQUIS BILLS.

NEW ISSUE OP BILLS. The CHANCELLOR. of the EXCHEQUER rose to call the attention of the House to a Motion he intended to submit to their consideration on Monday, and which at this moment was particularly interesting to the country. Aware that the mere notice of that motion, withou
April 25, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING STAR. LONDON. ~-r.DNESDAY THE LOTTERY BEGINS DRAW. TIIAN TWO PRIZEs TO ONE BLANK AIR 01 TWENTY THOUSAND—TICKETS UNu:VA:.I.I7 CI

EVENING STAR. LONDON. ~-r.DNESDAY THE LOTTERY BEGINS DRAW. TIIAN TWO PRIZEs TO ONE BLANK AIR 01 TWENTY THOUSAND—TICKETS UNu:VA:.I.I7 CI

EAP. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1817. S r. K.—Holiday at the Bank, Excheper, and Sow h•Sea House. 'ji.e meeting of Ole House of Commons yesterday ing bad in it something unusually interesting. SPEW whose indisposition had occasioned the p urn ment, was warmly congratulated by Mem. o f a
April 25, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER CONSPIRACY IN SPAIN.

ANOTHER CONSPIRACY IN SPAIN.

Letters by the Cadiz Mail, and accounts via Piris, inform us of another effort to restore to Spain those privileges which the Cones claimed from FERDINAND when, by the persevering courage of the Spanish People, aided by the valour of Di itish troops, they had succeeded in repell
April 25, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
I;VDI3POSITION GF Tilß QUEITIV:

I;VDI3POSITION GF Tilß QUEITIV:

GF Tilß At Melee o'clock, yesterday, a consultation took place between Sir and Sir HENRY HALPFORD, btit there was no alteration in the state of the QUEEN sufficient to render it necessary to issue another Bulletin.—There were about eleven hiindre.l enquirers on Wednesday, and yes
April 25, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FRAUD PREVENTED.

FRAUD PREVENTED.

MO counteract the many attempts that are daily m ,..t e to impose on the unwary a spurious composition int of Blacking prepared by Day and Martin, they are to adopt a new Label, to which their address, 97, High 1-1,:1%0rn, h placed to conspicuously,. that tlaey.truat an attentio
April 9, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England