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LONDON, APRIL 8.

LONDON, APRIL 8.

LOND)ON, APRIL S. t M Ulin : N PAR Vt. -Muntbtlly Mallet in of oiir: I neni Immircl:'s heitlth: -"' 11indjarlse 01r,;lie. Aprid .5-The genrilnstal ie of' his Ma- jv"ly Im;s lire::l'lilx reme1 quiet do:l iog the last Iit, huhli is NhllestV's lilellth coltlilttes to lie Al'rv' "o .
April 12, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

.On Mfonday, Juze' the Secornd,7 n0il be published2 I ~~anld continused Mon7thly,-- -PART 1. OF THE FAMILY. BIBLE,3 Rev. G. D'OYLY, B.D. and tbe Rev. R. MANTr, D.D. Unxder the Direction of the Society for Promoting . ~Cl/iistisol Kno~wledge. -Price on Mediums Paper ?? 4s. - Royal
April 19, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, APRIL 15.

LONDON, APRIL 15.

LONDON, AP?1L 13. MT L' tIM IN I'.nvol.-P ill ltre Rit'ur ol linrsr- IJiicii, att B: ?? alliiist rtil V daylt ilnriritl tleC lust tii~tiiit, llt teiidi'd liv 5'ii i. l3iririiiehi.-- Ullil I'r'iiice I~ernprold, at ('lt iXIUiit, SaturdalV- Sundayv lelt tle toile l'.Ihriivillionu.-3
April 19, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

SATURDAY, APRIL 12. Though we are not yet officially iiif ormed . circumstances attending the failure of OUr g ' to China, the fact that if has corrsplr-.ely £, y placed beyond ail doubt; while the i„ so | c ?? h contemptuous manner in which our S ov l •"' " d our national digni
April 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PHISCESS OF WALES.

THE PHISCESS OF WALES.

LETTEU 1-RQ.VI MUNICH, DATED ArUl_ 2 In the suite of the Princess of Walks there were bere, as Maid of Honour, Countess Or.nr ; as First Chamberlain, her brother Baron D_i.lv Fkanviiina, and four Gentlemen iv writing, three of whom are Italians, namely. Count Cuiavini, and Cheva
April 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CHINA.

CHINA.

No. tl Nankin was the Capital and Court of the ancient Chinese Emperors. The" Tartars destroyed nil the Royal palaces here : this prov'race exceeds oil in goodness and richness ; in cities, and in trade and shipping. The number of all manner of vessels is so great, that it seems
April 22, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Zri_S_o___f X, APRIL 22, The House of Lords met agaiu Tester** farther adjourned to Thursday next. I mouth, in compliance with the motion of L or J(. ?? presented a copy of his late laudable and bJ? sary circular letter, upon the subject of which a sT* conversation took place. T
April 22, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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4 ?? V* >£y^; %B&7&&< \> ?? r/i£ PftfAcc REQEsrs levee. Yesterday his Koyal Highness the Piikct Re- ?? held a We at Carlton House, which was very namcrously and splendidly attended. A guard of i.onour marched inte the Court-yard of Carlton House soon after one o'clock, under the
April 22, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Saturday's Gazette contains a notification from ; the Speaker ofthe House of Commons, pursuant to the "37th Geo. 111. that

Saturday's Gazette contains a notification from ; the Speaker ofthe House of Commons, pursuant to the "37th Geo. 111. that

on and after the 2d of next month, the Bank of England will pay cash for all notes of one and two pounds value, dated prior to the Ist January, 181 G. It is a curious circumstance now that guineas are getting again into circulation (after being sold at a premium of ?? per q£it--
April 23, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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3$UC£, April 23.

April 23, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England