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SUFFOLK LENT ASSIZES

SUFFOLK LENT ASSIZES

Tbe Commission tor holding these Assizes was opened on Thursday by Mr. Serjeant Frere, the learned Judge (Graham) being detained at Thetford Assizes till the afternoon of the following* day ; in conse- quence of which the Serjeant (who js Recorder of this borough) formally proce
April 2, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
j FAREWELL ADDRESS SPOKEN BY MfcE.AT THE EDINBURGH TliEAlTf:

j FAREWELL ADDRESS SPOKEN BY MfcE.AT THE EDINBURGH TliEAlTf:

j FAREWELL ADDRESS SPOKEN BY MfcE AT THE EDINBURGH TliEAlTf: Written by Walter See!!, Esq. As the worn war-horse, at the trumpet's -< -ir" Erects hi.s mane, ard neighs, and paw? thegro-w" Disdains the ease his generous lord assigns, And longs to rush on tbe embattled lines, So I,
April 16, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS

HOUSE OF COMMONS

At twenty minutes before four, Mr Quarme, Deputy U-her of the Elack Red, appeared at ihe Table, and summoned the House to ihat of the Peers, to he.-ir tke Royal Assent given by Commission, to certain Hills. The Speaker and some Mem- bers attended accordingly, and, on his return,
April 1, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DUTCH AND HA.XtBCfn.GU MAILS.

DUTCH AND HA.XtBCfn.GU MAILS.

liars els, April?. — The number of English embarked nnd embarking al Calais, to return i.i KiieUin), amounts to 6,Mi<). including all the superior Officers and Commissaries going home. The horses Hint po with litem lire from IWO lo iWJ, In. tii of ihe cav.ilryand artillery. The-
April 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
rem gsarftet&

rem gsarftet&

r em gsarftet& CORN-KXCHANGK, Monday, Amir. 7. Our market was very moderately supplied with Wheat this morning froni Fssex and Kent, bui tliere has been a good fo- reign arrival since this day se'nr.ight. — The trade was generally dull even for fine qualities, wliich we qu.'te ab
April 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TIIE TREJSOXJPLE CO_\SPIR._CIES.

TIIE TREJSOXJPLE CO_\SPIR._CIES.

LEEDS INTlXl.lt; KNCKK OniCF, feAltC'H 31. KKBELLION. " Cohntrtmen!— The day of doubt and indecision is past! Treason and lebellion, in open war, stand cor.re_.ied ! — Perhaps; before this reach Ihe public eye, • the blood of civil strife,' ihe blood of the innocent and of the g
April 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IriXDSOR, March 31.

IriXDSOR, March 31.

Friday, her Majesty, the Princess Augusta aiid Elizabeth, went in a coach and four to Bushy Park ; they were received atthe gate at the entrance to the Park, by the Duke of Clarence. liis lloyal Highness conducted his lloyal Mother and Sisters over the grounds, &c/to view the al
April 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS. April 1.

PRICE OF STOCKS. April 1.

Navy 5 per Cent. IGOJ-jii I K*nk L. Ann. »but 3 per Cent. Cons. 71;* 2f| I Exn.enner Bills 2£ 56 p» South Sea Stock | Sd 11 13 p %1 513 p . per Cent. Red. shut ] Tnow rtonds 43 p India Stuck, op. \ Bank for op. Hark Stock flint | Cousois ?? I per Cent, chat j Stute Lottery Tarif
April 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING, 1817. MONDAY, A PRIL 81. Duke of Grafton's f. requeue, by Dick Andrews, out of Vanity, Bst. beat Sir J. Shelley's cb. f. t.y Wali-.n, out of Houghton Last, B*l. 41b. R. M. 100gs.-7 to 4 On Coquette. The Cockboat Stake 3 of 100g_ each, h. ft. tor c
April 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FRANCE

FRANCE

EXTRACT OF A LETTEB FitOM PARIS, ATm.l ' " There is a report diligently uropagatcd^by (lie Ullraal Count Ll£V£N is to replace fit. Pnzjo di Borcuo »/.■-. J The more judicious do net, however, >we implicit ?? rumour. 1 have otcn assured that the intention of i!r' ;•■ 1 1 to pa-sa
April 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England