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GRAND PEDESTRIAN MATCH.

GRAND PEDESTRIAN MATCH.

Wormwooo Scrubs —Yesterday the ground was thronged With spectators f . on, town. On Friday eveninc Bakir eor_*» p l cted 53 miles and Eaton 46* On Saturday Eaton started at four o'clock— Baker not till sir*. At ...ne at night they com- pleted 46 miles each. Yesterday morning (th
May 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

moiifd o.e ?? V". ?? usher of die Black Rod, sum- Ks. | " * nl ° SiWdr y i,ub:ic and Privaie 8.115.-[See Utdpred, . • ' • • Ac U°f Condemn.,,. 90 of V pe:*. &c— ?? totfre ?? the next- stage af the Clergy Residence Bill, be Ihanld tad Ye an amendment ie« *_»tr*ei.liaa?be rv^enwe/
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MRS. UOBIXSON'S BALL,

MRS. UOBIXSON'S BALL,

In Albemarle-street, on Thursday evening, was given in the same style of elegance as usual, at the residence of that fashionable Lady. The three ca- pacious drawing-rooms went fitted up with much taste, and brilliantly illuminated ; the floors of two of these apartments were dec
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

KING'S THEATRE. Don Giocnnni still keeps up its atlrtctton, al- though the Opera was given fast night instead of this evening, on account of its being W__.tsnn E»e. The ii-W Grand Billet of Zußca followed th. Opera, which, rally be mjr properly tei-med so from the splendor and r
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Original puelrv.

Original puelrv.

FRIENDSHIP'S RKMINISCE-fCE. BY J. W. LAKE. Friend nf my heart! with whom thro' many a iceoe In Life's gay dawn of youthful joys I've past, Ere yet a cloud obscur'd the bright serene, Or pleasure vanish 'd from the withering blast. Happy and heedless of the coming hour, With hear
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Norfolk election.

Norfolk election.

fourth day, at poor o'clock. Mr. WubEnoosE J575 Mr. Pratt ?? Majority... &$ It is computed that there are 8000 Voles in the County, but the fuel is doubtful.— Six thousand nine hundred and thirty-three Freeholders polled at Ihe last Caaiest between Mr. Winds as and Colonel Wuc-e
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIAN MATCH ON WORMWOOD SCRUBS.

PEDESTRIAN MATCH ON WORMWOOD SCRUBS.

Baser left off on Thnr-day evening nt a quarter pasteigtx, Eaton not till aine. Both Completed 54 mites. Teste. d«y morning Eaton started at a quarter past four, Baker not till half-past four.— At half- past tour in the aft_rnaou, Eaton bad completed 40 miles, I'aker 4l. — Total
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
INDIA SHIPPING-

INDIA SHIPPING-

ii! i I £ am _» b4 ?? "as in dock In Hengal. J V^ ?? ?? S • Bd^'»» sailed for Madras l*(h December 2 oMlK_ , ?? , _lbc , r! y ' ahd BaUVia ' -^ S «S ** The Maaafes was destined for Behcbolen. ?? fromSL Helena 17sh March. ' Ljndoch, _».lei
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CO VENT-ti ARDEN

CO VENT-ti ARDEN

Tiie Tragedy of C/ito was performed last n.-jht, and Kemble, as usual, was every thing thru could be wished aa the representative of the Roman Patriot. Ue was universally applauded throughout. Mr. C. Kwir.i.i: beiug ituHspo*-ed, liie part of Jtrt>a was undei taken by Mi*. Connor
May 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TUN BRIDGE WELLS.

TUN BRIDGE WELLS.

The unprecedented Gow of company during the last few weeks to thi* spot, which Nature has so eminently favoured by the salubrity of its air, th*> potency of the mineral spring, and surrounding ap- pendages of a truly romantic and pleasing scenery- Which conducive circumstances b
May 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England