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FRENCH PLAYS.

FRENCH PLAYS.

FREIVCT PL,4YS. Are are accused in a Sunday paper of having changed suleetiments with regard to the countenance and en- couagemlent of French players in this metropolis and hi. charge is broughttagainst us because a paragraph ap- pelred it, this paper a day or two ago, announcing
April 28, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 5.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 5.

'Frorn the LONDON GAZE7i'A, a1pril . This Gazette notifies that t!e Prince Regent will holl1 Levee at CarIton House, on the l7th instant; an-l that e has appofnted Raliph Rice, P[sq. Recorder of Prince of Wales 5 Island, in the room of Sir G. Cooper, appointkd one of the Fuisne J
April 7, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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IiIND ASQUERADE, at the APGYL~ GC liows, onl TUesday n~eXt-TiJckets, £0to Itedsd Stippar ,nfl td Rfetm Ots ne tjimineo ecici. Twso I-Boids wlheprovidled f'r 'Valtzirl~, H-els, soil Country l0 Dors to be eopened at tell o'ci'ct k uprat olae.- fcheti to tie Ilia a 't ?? and at ?? I
April 19, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ANCIENT EXCAVATIONS.

ANCIENT EXCAVATIONS.

ANCIENT ..C Th1 Lyle holiday folks were yesterday airraed by the - exhibition of a very curious ?? caverm-hewn 5 through a solid chalk stone rock, ioo feer beldl the t It sirface of the earth, on Blackheath-hill. Thle internal f struture of the cave M similar to the ekcavasion un
April 8, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TO THE EDITOR OF 'HE MORNING CHRONICLE. I l Q19 Sill, As the singular title of Mr. Moore's forthcoming Poem has excited much cnriesiry, it may perhaps gratify your readers to know, that Lalla llookh is an Eastern word, signifying Tullp Cheek. Your's. &c AN ORIENTALIST. COIMNON PL
April 14, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER CONSPIRATORS, &c.

MANCHESTER CONSPIRATORS, &c.

MANCHESTEIR CON SPIRIA TORS, ?? Yesterday Bradbury, the man who was hrought to L.ondtll from Mianchester by two of the Police officers of that place, was taken from B3ow-street Office asseut two o'clock, whetehe had remained in custody of two officers daring Wedrestay night, to t
April 18, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIR(ROR OF FASHION. -TO SHEW TOW VERY AGI AND BODY Or TEt TIEz, ITS MoUS AND PRESSURt. T~HE QUEEN. YeSterday morning $ir FRANCIS MILisIAM, attended f A JSTY at an early hour, and soon afterwards the flloing Bulletin was issued;- ?? has had a very good night, and is better thi
April 25, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Theatre, Exeter. r"N FRIDAY, April 11th, 1817, will be pro- duced. iirst 'Iime at this Theatre, an entire Nevi MlELO-1)RAN1A, called The-BROKEN SWORD. As performing With unbounded applaume at the Theatre Royal, 2oveut Garden. AFTER WHICH VLie T1aeeies Benighted. ! M319NDAY the 14
April 10, 1817 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MARRIED. Monday sennight Lieut. ?? Bishop,, of the Royal Navy, to Miss Coyte, daughter of the late J.ev. James Coyte,

MARRIED. Monday sennight Lieut. ?? Bishop,, of the Royal Navy, to Miss Coyte, daughter of the late J.ev. James Coyte,

Minister of St. "Nicholas, Ipswich, and Rector of Cantley, Norfolk. Yesterday sennight Dr. Spark, of Ipswich, to Miss Perry, Northampton-square, London. Same day the Rev. John Longe, Rector of Cod- denham, to Fiances, nd daughter of the late Lieut.- Col. Ward, of Salhouse-hall,
April 23, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
3stiri>, April 16.

3stiri>, April 16.

April 16, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England