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LONDON, APRIL 10.

LONDON, APRIL 10.

LONDON, APRIL 1. The Hamiiliurglt.rtnail vhich arrived Saturday cordfirms tie iteiintion, that a murderous at- tempt bhal teeni nimide upon tde person of tile t'rince Roval (it, Sweden; it has, also brought sith it tio diornimnits of a very iiteresting ~nt ii'.-l'l I'ie licr is i
April 12, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
the pnrxcF.ss of wales.

the pnrxcF.ss of wales.

F.xtract of I.etter from Milan, March 7. Tlte residence the Princess of Wales here, soon after her removal front Cosmo, furnished many subjects for Conversation. Baron Omtcda, who now Hanoverian Minister at Rome, offended her Royal Highness residing here, without any apparent mo
April 8, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CoiilFßS (>L k ik /).

CoiilFßS (>L k ik /).

Fur /yi.-rrAT, Rigby, Catren For Endeavour, I.owry; Swift, Sims. For Active, Walker; Robert and Frances, Be-t. For Shields* Thetis, Richer. For XexLcastle York Union, Buckton ; Barbara, For SunJerhnJ, Margaret, Armstrong ; William 8c Mary, Drinkald. For I.eda, Mead. F\»r It’etls
April 8, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GRIMSBY PACKET BOATS

GRIMSBY PACKET BOATS

Sail from hrnrr to-morrow morning «' half l»a-t ten o'clock, three quarten of hoot latat *T»ry folio* ilar^ Mr. COBBF.TT. All tlonbts respecting the departure of Mr. C'oblictt and his two sons for the United States, are removed by the Address from that gentleman to the British p
April 8, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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SIR SAMUEL ROMILLY.

SIR SAMUEL ROMILLY.

SIRf SAMUEL ROMILLY. It is with pleasure we insert the following. Address from a numerous and respecfable body of Gentlemen in Edinburgh to Sir Samuel Ronmilly, concurring, as we decidedly do, in the just opinion which these individuals express respefting this enlightened, virtuo
April 10, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
B L ASP HE MO CfS P URL ICA TIO NS.

B L ASP HE MO CfS P URL ICA TIO NS.

Mr. Watson, Chairman of the Westminster Ses- sions, which commenced yesterday, made the follow- ing charge to the Grand Jury : — " Gentlemen of the Grand Jury— lt will be unnecessary to ] trouble yoa vvidi many ob-ervalion*. There is, however, one thing which I feel it uiy duty
April 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NORFOLK MKETIN6.

NORFOLK MKETIN6.

The following is a better account of Col. Wode- uouse's speech than the one before published :•— - Colonel WoDSHtii'sc said— " Mr. High Sheriff, I believe my political opinions are too well known to allow the present meet- ing tv suspect that I have attended to support an Addres
April 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LADY HARRINGTON'S BALL.

LADY HARRINGTON'S BALL.

Another elegant assembly was held on Thursday evening, in Berkeley-square, at the residence of i>ir- John Hakhißcton. About '2oo fashionables were h' re assembled, and led off quadrilles and waltzes in the first styb'. The dancing commenced at eleven, the supper at one, aud the
April 14, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CORONATION ofthe KING of PORTUGAL

CORONATION ofthe KING of PORTUGAL

Yesterday being the day appointed at the Court of Uio de Janeiro, for tiie Coronation of his Most Faithful Majesty, the present King of Portugal, Brazils, and Algsr-ves, Jons the Vith, a solemn I'eDeum, <»r Hymn of Thanksgiving to the Almighty God, for the happy event of his Maj
April 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England