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7*~AVAL CfURfITtiILFA SOCIETY.

7*~AVAL CfURfITtiILFA SOCIETY.

7*~ AVAL CfURfITtiILFA SOCIETY. ?? „ \ Mr. Ent+oß — A. few n.oi.ths ego, r.s I Vra-t dining in a mixed company,. the .conversation chanced to foil upon the merits r.t' the. Natal Charitahe Society .*»•■ I Uc<c were ri'ry di Ctissed, and there seefcied to be bat one opinion :i- i»
April 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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#ctos.

Buenos Avre-, Jan. 6. — The Consequeutia is Sttinr out a. t: privateer; she is (p mount 20 gnus, and will have 2JJ ir.cn to board. The Independence is also preparing tor a crftisC, and will sail shortly. Di.At.. A nut. .7.— Came down from Ibe River yesterday, find sailed the Cam
April 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLUSIEST.

IMPERIAL PARLUSIEST.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday, A run. 23, Counsel were farther and anally beard respecting the Ap- peal of Sliuin am t> Smith, Judgment postponed. la tiie St.- a iiiu-e of the Magistrates «f Dumbarton v.Camp- bell ai.rt otlu ?? Culm-el were partly heard. To proceed again un Wt drresiia
April 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
tiADY DUCIE'S ROUT.

tiADY DUCIE'S ROUT.

Her Ladyship opened her beautiful mansion in Do- ver-street, on Monday night, to the fashionable world. The interior ofthe mansion was fitted up with great taste in a style of unique elegance. The three drawing-rooms were brilliantly illuminated. The company arrived between the
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HIUGUTON. April 29.

HIUGUTON. April 29.

H IUGUTON. April 29. The Rev. Mr. Blomberg continues in the most promising way at the Pavilion. Rumour states, that the Prince Regent intends paying another visit to the Pavilion in the course of the ensuing month. The Tiber frigate has been upon this station for some time past,
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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PORTUG VLSt. PROCLAM A TJONS.

PORTUG VLSt. PROCLAM A TJONS.

PORTUG PROCLAM A TJONS. Sebastian Pintoi Aranjo Correa, Gentlewan the Royal IlouseUuid, Chief Judge of the City of Caniiaa, Commander of the Orders Christ and the Ikmer and Sword, Major- General the -Royal Puree?, Adjutant-General and Military Secretary of the L).visum the Royal
April 29, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
After decided upon the point taw out the House,after telling us that the Circular Letter of Lord SIDMOUTH was c;>.ar

After decided upon the point taw out the House,after telling us that the Circular Letter of Lord SIDMOUTH was c;>.ar

and direct violation of the law of the land, the Opposition, it must be remarked, have never once ventured in Parliament to impugn the legality it. Nay, upon the discussion, of the subject in the House of. Commons last night, Mr. llaotc.JiAM aaid, the true question for the House
April 30, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
IRISH CATHOLIC PETITION

IRISH CATHOLIC PETITION

Sir HENRY PARNELL said, held in his hand a petition from the body of the Roman Catholics Ireland, soliciting the favourable attention that House 'he laws imposed certain restraints upon them. Ihe petitioners trusted that there was ground for suspect the sincerity ot their declar
April 29, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

BOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesday, AjMUt&l THE ROYAt ASSENT Was declared, by Commitr-ion, to the Irish Arm« Regi.lry, Ihe Iri-ii P"eac£ Pre-ervaii«n, and ihe Cochineal Traue Bills, and to three oi-kers ofa private or local description. Ti.e Lords Coiumi^sioners were, the Loan Chancellor,
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PROJECTOR

THE PROJECTOR

LETTER THE FOURTH Sir — By this time I trust that yon are convinced «>f .he economy and force of circulating libraries for the pcor, and are disposed to look upon this new method of imparling knowledge as =1 discovery which saves at one end whilst it gains at the other. We have
April 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England