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MKETINGS OF CRI DITORS A'f C_Lii_.Uli.VLi. I

MKETINGS OF CRI DITORS A'f C_Lii_.Uli.VLi. I

MKETINGS OF CRI DITORS A'f C_L ii_.Uli.VLi. I TO-IIoBFUiW. L. Abrahams, Crnvensht-ildie^i ?? * J Matthews, Uarebeld, shopkeeper ; S. Hii lei. .»-, Stepney , mariner j ?? l'a.soii-. Swansea, ir<*uma«ter , J. Phillips, Fenchorcb-b«iWi..gs, w,_icli-.i-.a"f::-' , -" , ' r • It.. Cot
May 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
J!!RS. BO Lll US CONCERT,

J!!RS. BO Lll US CONCERT,

Tn ?t. James's- square, on Wednesday evening, was attended by 400 fashionables. The nm_.ic com- menced at fen o'clock with a sinfonia frcm Mozart. Next followed a terzetto by Messrs. Vkkcf.i_-.ino, Angrisani, and Naldi, the production of Cima- rosa. An aria, by Madame Camporksf.
May 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LITER AUV FUND.

LITER AUV FUND.

The anniversary ofthe Literary Fluid was vfUer- day celebrated at the Freemasons' Tavern, the Duke of Sussex in the Chair. The cloth being removed, «* the King," the •« Prince Re- gent," -• the Queen, and the res-t of the. Royal Ffttptiv," and •• ihe I'ntre.s Charlotte and the T
May 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
RELIEF OF DISTRESS.

RELIEF OF DISTRESS.

The following is an absiract of a Bill to authorise the Issue of Exchequer Bills am! the ad wince of Money out of the Consolidated Fund, for carrying on Public Works and Fisheries in tin* United King- dom, and Employ meat of the I'oor : — 4 - Exchequer Bills, 1,01 exceeding llie
May 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF CHANCLRY, Ma* 1 Mr. Leach prayed hi. Lordship to re. tore two petitions w'ti'crs lad been dismissed by the Vice titan tie I lor, in ihe paper of Monday last. The regular forms of the Conn having been gone through, the Vice Chancellor felt some doubts as lore-instating t
May 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
KING'S THEATRE

KING'S THEATRE

Mozart's Don Giovanni is still the great focus cf attraction among the fashionable world, and will most probably continue so for some time. The house was crowded at an early hoor, and had it nol been for the accommodation afforded to numbers of those who could gain no access to
May 5, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Avi jVi l i.\ Tell u.l&ck.

Avi jVi l i.\ Tell u.l&ck.

l i.\ Tell u.l&ck. Ocal, Mat fi.— Arrived and sailvj fof the Uiver the tniin Jamaica; , !«enix and Frtlicr (!rrgal; Hasting, from and Indi^triou !, IVtigrew, from Card;lf. down front th< the Vcr"<, for the of (>ood Ilot>''; Unlincr for liitaria ; for Uengal; King George atui Admi
May 7, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
and Insprdar of the Royal JL Marine, hrrcliy pivei notioi-, that h« will ready thij. Ortice Frida v, Hie 16th

and Insprdar of the Royal JL Marine, hrrcliy pivei notioi-, that h« will ready thij. Ortice Frida v, Hie 16th

May, IKI7, receive «ealcd tenders, from sucli I’crsons as may be'willing to anifract hir «uoplyiug CduU, for the use op the Itoyal Marine If.irracki, tlie ui.aernietuionrd I’laces, for 12 Alontns, viz, ChilJrons at Chatham i 4.i!) Chaldrons at Plymouth 4'>o .Portsmouth joy Woolw
May 6, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
I Ills day are Bvo. prict* IS** OBSERVATIONS‘in SURGERY and MOUHIIJ ANATOMY. Wuh t'aws. Dh•ectious, and Engravings.—iiy JOHN HOWSHJH, of

I Ills day are Bvo. prict* IS** OBSERVATIONS‘in SURGERY and MOUHIIJ ANATOMY. Wuh t'aws. Dh•ectious, and Engravings.—iiy JOHN HOWSHJH, of

the >yal College of Surgeons in London; Memner the Medi»u-C.niurgicai Society; ahd Author practical Ooierv.iliuiia t!ie Disease* the Urinary Organs. The extensive Sene* illustrations for this Work, selected from the contents Mr. Heaviside's invaluable .Museum, arc comprised in l
May 6, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
tt»«ma*»Bre;fitvrefce»J»er»e<o thelnflntit#eftheCrewn,ifl4pro- JvMicti in Ejt*, lie CotnmitJfe, without vivi'- p<nt'(l any effectual r«stiictionni*onit. tw*»«WU«»itrong objection, their rraaon*. which the House

tt»«ma*»Bre;fitvrefce»J»er»e<o thelnflntit#eftheCrewn,ifl4pro- JvMicti in Ejt*, lie CotnmitJfe, without vivi'- p<nt'(l any effectual r«stiictionni*onit. tw*»«WU«»itrong objection, their rraaon*. which the House

judj-e, cootn.t if merely went to abolish alnecaie*; forthen thepubllc would selyes with aajftnx, that they abohsheil." n.e ;* Jepriyed i>.iwerful meant exeitlu* ami »UmuUun< torsliip iff the Was the ueit, and for this recor,,!»«,j Kreit ami benelictal exertions. But since He ha
May 6, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England