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NOTICE is hereby given, that application is intended to be made to Parliament In the present session, for leave to

NOTICE is hereby given, that application is intended to be made to Parliament In the present session, for leave to

bring a Bill to passed an act, for altering and regulating the existing Churcfi Rate in the parish of Bolton-in-le-Moors, and for equalizing the same amongst the following -townships in the said parish, that is tosay, Turton, Longworth. Edgeworth, Entwisle, Bralshaw, , (iuar'ton
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WHEREAS }{'-i!uam Barnes, Steckport, the county of Chester,reed-maker,hath by in- 1 denture of assignment, bearing date the twentysix-h day May

WHEREAS }{'-i!uam Barnes, Steckport, the county of Chester,reed-maker,hath by in- 1 denture of assignment, bearing date the twentysix-h day May

inst. assigned over ail his es'ate and effects unto trustee in trust for the bent-fit of such of Ins creditors who shall execute 'the same or before the twenty -fourth day of June next. _ 2foticc her -by given. That the said d?ed of a-sgnment now lies at the of- See of Mr. diari
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Rise and Progress of POPULAR DISAFFECTION.

Rise and Progress of POPULAR DISAFFECTION.

[From the last Number of putriolic Review.] THAT was unhappy state society in every citizen was so closely interested public aitairs, that it was declared criminal by the laws for any one to be neutral times of public commotion. poets and philosophers, as well as the divines, ha
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOI'S/: OF IORVS, Friday, Mag Petifions were presented from Ciiivorsitios of Qwferd d Cambridge the Cc,tlioJrc claims. Karl then addressed the Hons,- some length the subject of Cetholi,- Emancipation, and eombalod the objections which had, various former periods, been urged agai
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday and Monday's Posts.

Sunday and Monday's Posts.

London, May 24, We have received the Paris Papers Marquis sador from Spain to the Court of wi,,,' ' j from Madrid Paris about a the point of leaving Paris for London, order take part in the Negociation which the Cou-t of London has opened to adjust the differences that have aris
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Manchester Mercury. , The public examination of the children educated in the National Schools of Manchester and Salford took

The Manchester Mercury. , The public examination of the children educated in the National Schools of Manchester and Salford took

place Thursday and Friday last. The system pursued in each school is of course the same the classes and their lessons regulated on one'prin» ciple. The objects their plan are few and simple combining plain religious knowledge aad practical Utility their duty to God ahd man, and
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FURNISHED HOUSE CUMBERLAND Let, • Pur J'V. months..or longer term required, H.OUSE, Coach-hou3e,s»aSling six horses, other convenient offices, and the

FURNISHED HOUSE CUMBERLAND Let, • Pur J'V. months..or longer term required, H.OUSE, Coach-hou3e,s»aSling six horses, other convenient offices, and the

use of an excellent Garden and Orchard. The House consists of a largo hall, parlour, drawing room, breakfast room, closets, kitchen, back kitchen and dairy, the ground flqor, .six. bed-rooms, with closets, on the second floor,-and in the.attic, servants' rooms. The situation is
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MA AGES. * On 1 .st. at the Collegiate Church, fey the Rev. C: Wray. Mr Benj imir/Caiverr, th„ '

MA AGES. * On 1 .st. at the Collegiate Church, fey the Rev. C: Wray. Mr Benj imir/Caiverr, th„ '

town, to Miss Moore, daughter of Sir.' Joseph Moore, St. Janaes's-street. Thursday, the Colfegiate Church, Mr. ' John.llesketh, of Withington, to Miss Sarah Smith, of Burnape. Same day, Mr. James Ash worth, to Miss Jane Wallace, both of this town." On Wednesday, Runcorn, Rob*. o
May 27, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LADY FLU OVER'S BALL

LADY FLU OVER'S BALL

One of the most agreeable as-emblies for the season was the party held at her Ladyship's house, in Great Cumberland-place, on Friday evening. — The mansion was titted up with peculiar taste. — Dancing commenced at eleven o'clock, and con- cluded at four iv the morning. The table
May 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

KING'S THEATRE. The Opera on Saturday night was as splendid and numerous as we have seen it since the first repre- sentation of Don Giovanni. We can add nothing to what we have already said on the merits of this delightful composition. Amongst the distinguished persons present w
May 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England