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LORD SIII,IPATTIPZ% CZ! CULA.

LORD SIII,IPATTIPZ% CZ! CULA.

LORD CZ! CULA. At the Lancaster Quarter held skirk on Mondiy last, It. Gwyr.Lin. Esq. the Chiir, man, communicated to 'he r st or Mai:, von on the Bench, the Circular Letter of Lord to the Lords Lieutenants of Cow:ries in Wales.—On the of this lett , T. Colone: LIAMS remarked, th
May 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
GRAVESEND, MAY 1.

GRAVESEND, MAY 1.

Arrived the Vrow Elizabeth, Backlit, Amsterdam.; and fond Czar, from Mimic Video. Sailed the John, smith, for Charleston; Lord Wcllinzion, Wsise, for Madeira, Ate. ; Water, Roid, fix Batavia; Venus, Kilgvur, for the Cape of Good Mope; May, Ellerby, for St. Lucia ; Charley Henry,
May 5, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DI ED.

DI ED.

ED. Tuesday, at Brighton, Mrs, lie i,l3ne, relict of Join Esq. Admiral of the Red equadron. Tuesday, in Cvlclicster, Jemiina, relict of the LW PrV. Charles Ray, Rector of Denham, and Vicar of lioariey, in IitICE 6 i OLl:ti UN SA FURDAY. Batik Stock, 25t 153 I Imp. per Cent.— 3 pe
May 5, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
L L IGIe NC E. COURT OF KING'S DUCH. MAY S. Warts Hone, a bookseller in rieet.street and the Old

L L IGIe NC E. COURT OF KING'S DUCH. MAY S. Warts Hone, a bookseller in rieet.street and the Old

Bailey, who has lung been a vender of political pamphlets, was brought up to be charged with an infortestion for publishing a blasphemous libel. The libel was a most gross and indecent parody upon the Catechism, the Loan's Prayer, and the Ten Corn- Mandinents, with intent to sca
May 6, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
7113 KING V. won.en.

7113 KING V. won.en.

7113 KING V. Tile dcfendaut waf nest brought up, upon the motion of the ATTOINSY•GeNEUAL, to to-a criminal information (or publishing se libel is a periodical publication, called The Black Dwarf," tending to bring into scandal and contempt the constitution of rarbanigitts. The De
May 6, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LITLR.IRY

LITLR.IRY

Y.tsterd.iy the Anniversary of the St - Tiety fir the establishment of .1 Fond to relieve deserviAg Authors, and their widows and families, WU held in the 'l'4vein. At six o'clock Royal H:gliness the Duke of Sossrac took the Chair, supported on his right by the Duke of So:izßssT
May 2, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
JUNIPER'S ESSENCE of PEPPERMINT , by HEATH. THIS ESSENCE is a safe, effectual, and pleasant remedy in Flatulencies, Gouty and

JUNIPER'S ESSENCE of PEPPERMINT , by HEATH. THIS ESSENCE is a safe, effectual, and pleasant remedy in Flatulencies, Gouty and

Cbuliey Pains in the and bowels, indigestion, hysterics, nausea attendant nn relaxation and lassitude arising from atmospheric ws.nt of appetite, injuries from inlement weather, and in affscoon of the stomach ind bowels, so common to adapting the dose to the urgency of the case.
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
OLD BAliper.

OLD BAliper.

The Sessions commenced yesterday before Mr. l Justice BAYLEY, Sir WILLIAM GARROW, the LORD MAYOR, and City Ulcers. Fu!ler was indicted for stealing a brown mare, the property of Edward Shepherd. The mare was stolen from the lower part of Berkshire, and the prisoner W2S traced to
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LO.MMIS3.IRIAT DEPARTMENT, Trona'? 10,1917. riUCH Persons as are desirous of Contractiorwitli Agent for Commitment Supplies to furnish for Twelve from

LO.MMIS3.IRIAT DEPARTMENT, Trona'? 10,1917. riUCH Persons as are desirous of Contractiorwitli Agent for Commitment Supplies to furnish for Twelve from

the 25th lone next, inch quintities of COALS CANDLES, as may f - nr time to time be plaited, for the . ;i ddinentioned Barracks, may receive Ponieuisrs of the Con. spplyitg at this Office bet the hours of i 1 and 3, la rrplti Cninniisctry General 'toting, at Edinhorgh ; and to t
May 17, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SA VlNtis BANKS.

SA VlNtis BANKS.

On the motion that the Report of the Savings Banks Bill be recommitted, • General V - lORNTON expressed the hope that the Bill would not be allowed to proceed any further; at all events that the Honourable Mover of it (Mr. Rose) would withdraw it for the present Sessioli.-- The
May 17, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England