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Sttiftag'* _oo*t<.

Sttiftag'* _oo*t<.

The accounts from Switzerland continue to be of ihe most distressing nature ; the dearth of provisions ex- ceeds what has ever been remembered by the oldest persons living, or recorded by any credible testimony. Under these circumstances, emigration assumes* a more alarmm S acti
May 14, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HEB DO .VIA DARI „ .. „, t

HEB DO .VIA DARI „ .. „, t

HEB DO .VI A DARI „ .. ?? t Sundtut, May 11.— Rogation Sunday — sun rose -v > o'clock ; set at 2a mm. past S. Clock is Om. ana the sun. . „.. Merciif 3/ond«3-—Blackheath Fair. held near llie.Lime Mios- is now in his inferior conjunction. ■„, ,iar ?? May Day.— Mars wil 1 become a
May 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
,-'—T^_ /Tff%[- i»Y— +.*.**

,-'—T^_ /Tff%[- i»Y— +.*.**

?? ?? i»Y— ?? CORN EXCHANGE, Mut day. May 19, 1817- The -t.pplv >,1 Wiveaf ll.i*. moraine; was very moderate, ?? fly fro- r.-vy. and Kent, and bavins many buyers, tlie trade ?? brisk, and friim 3- to 4s. per quarter nearer than this stay se'ii.-i, rbt. ?? dry Barleys meet a r'erf
May 20, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Til a CATHOLIC QUESTION.

Til a CATHOLIC QUESTION.

RECOLLECTIONS OF A SPEECH, TTIIICII SHOULD HAVE SEEV SPOKEN IN THE HOUSE OF i.'-nns. ntx was not delivered, on thf. ruviav catholic Pill, ION. PHESENTED TO THE HOU.E, JUNE 21, ISI6. IVy LoRBs-1 ri»e lo say a few words in answer to what has fallen ft-i-tt, ii.c Rignt Reverend Pre
May 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TMPERUL FATILUXENT.

TMPERUL FATILUXENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesday, Mat 6. Tbe further consideration .of Bailey's Divorce Bill bping .esuiiied, counsel and evidence in support of «'he Bill appeared at the -Bur. One w lines., John Pool, a p.ivate in I.re l^tti regiment of foot, lo which corps Lieutenant Kelly (the para- m
May 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING, 1317. tuescay. . Sweepstakes, of 'iiWgs each, h. ft. D. M. , Duke of Rutland's Fandango Bst. 131bs Duke of Grafton's Sir Thomas; 8 13 Lord Darlington's brother to Crispin 6 IJ YORK SPRING MEETING, I£l7.~\7ed-«esday. Mat 14. Sweepstakes of SOgs ea
May 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING, ISI7.

NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING, ISI7.

THURSDAY, M\Y 6. The Jockey Club Piatt: of sl'gs, to be run for by horses the property of Members of (!,e Jockey flub : four- year-olds canying 7st. 2ib. five, Sst. bib. ».*, Sst. yib. and need. Sst. lllb. B. C. 5 ' Lord Grosvenor's b. c. Labrador, 4 yrs old 1 Lord Darlington's
May 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
£ty«j jSctci

£ty«j jSctci

£ty«j ?? brAr. May IL — Arrived, Hnd sailed for the River, the Cum- berland lid Castle Humly.froffi China ; Elisabeth, Mead, front 1 Dcmerara; Vnli'int. feirymin, from Jamaica; and 1 •>¥** M«w«, ?? St. BlitfhjlefV. Came down ri-otrt ?? River and re- main, the ILn riot for Ren-raL
May 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPER*.

FRENCH PAPER*.

Paris, » t aylP — The Kin. yesterday heard mass In Ihe chapel, /lis Mai.sty afterwards received Ihe Ministers, Hie Marsha!/ of France, th. Grand Officers, and a great number of Peers rod D-pulir*. T!_r Count MoHa taixa fthc Infant D. FaAVCols oe Pat-lb) war present y.-steiduv at
May 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON A\)JOURNEY SESSIONS.

LONDON A\)JOURNEY SESSIONS.

LONDON A \) JOURNEY SESSIONS. MELANCHOLY CASE. Mary Brown, alias Ryiin (ihe unfortunate wife qf the man who bad been executed in ii.c ?? was next put to th- bar, charged with emleavourii g lo i\it>i'i<re, and to aid and abet the escape of her husband, and Iwo .-ll.tr persons name
May 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England