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DIVIDENDS, ]

DIVIDENDS, ]

June la. J. Kelly, "A (.uonil-nireet, Fii.*bnrv •••<; -• -. -- ciia.n. a. (en, ai Guildhall — lur.e IT. T. Fvov.-r. lariatr. -„■ ton, Dorset, I lien iiriiiutVaciHrer, „', ten, at f*,uld!i»!l, Lot.n-w - June 1". J. I, low. War,-, lieittaird. hire, malt fat tor. ("urdli.ill, l.ond
May 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY

OLD BAILEY

Yesterday the Sessiom ended, when the Re.-irdri* pasted ll.e awful sentence of death od (he following convict*.'— - Thus. Piper and WaTlionus for stealing good* in a barge en the river Thames; Benjam n llarwood, f.r stealing ?? in a ?? ; William P. Hen, for stealing a "*'diag an
May 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAir INTEh\i\IGENCE.

LAir INTEh\i\IGENCE.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Mat 30. STUART AGAI^-IT* L* ?? "**•' ' On the pnnnel being caned over,only seven special jurymen answered, when Mr.MARBiAT.far the Plaintiff, prayed a tales. Mr. Cbitvy opened the plead'tf.-s. and stated that It was an action brougbtby Mr. O. Stuart, one o
May 31, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE M.4RQUIS OF ABERCORN'S PARTIES, $re

THE M.4RQUIS OF ABERCORN'S PARTIES, $re

On Tuesday a sumptuous dinner was given in Stratford-place to a party of 14 persons. Present — The Ear! ar.d Countess of Aberdeen and Sir George and Lady Ben.imo.il ; Eurl of Ashburnhani, Lord Clonmare, Earl Mul grave, Sir Ilc.ry Englrfieid, Ltd> Jane Gore.
May 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

Counsel were heard respecting the Appeal of tbe Bishop of Kildare v. Smith and others. To proceed again on Wednesday. Their Lordships then adjourned for some limeduring pleasure. On the resuming of Ihe House, Petitions were presented frmn the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford
May 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE JOURNAL OF AN ENGLISH TRAVELLER, PRINCESS OF WALKS, FROM 1814 TO 1816. (FRI.M THE NUREMBERG CORRESPONDENT.) OR REMARKABLE EVENTS AND ANECDOTES Olr' THE '• After an introduction, in which it is shewn Ihat lhe Princess of Wales did not leave EngUnd in consequence of superior o
May 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TIIE PROJECTOR

TIIE PROJECTOR

LETTER THE FIFTH Bath, A prillS, 1817 Mr. Editor — Having laid before you the force and economy of circulating libraries, as channels for the instruction and rational amusement of the com- mon people, and pointed out various other circum- stances which render them suitable and a
May 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

England expects every man to do bis duty. TUCIIO, Satviway. May 17. The Parts Papers of Sunday contain cv jutettigcoce of importance. The Baltimore Papers of ihe lllh lilt, stale that at Dcmarara there have beeu three smart shocks of an earthquake within the space of four months
May 17, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Til b JMMtY.

Til b JMMtY.

The transports with tbe 40ih aud remaining part of tlv> HSth regiment, arrived at Leith on Thur:d;ty and Friday, after a tedious aud boisterous voyage from Calais. The 40tn ommeiiced iv marcu on Saturday for G lasgow . Friday, a detachment of the 75th regiment em- barked Bl Leit
May 10, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

(From Tuesday Night's GasetU.) Wm. Collins,. .f Ellen-street, Middlesex, lime- ?? Watson, of H.riwick, Yurjc, horse- dealer — C*eo. Wesi,of Knipston-u;ioii-tliil|, draper. Lou s lllaiicheiiav, of Dover-sireei, Middlesex, me -chant — Tiioinas Matliews, of PortchesierJ Somt. . i.t
May 31, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England