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DIED.

DIED.

May 16, in her 16th year, Miss Catherine Sykes, only surviving daughter of the late Sir Francis Wm'. Sykes, Ht. of Baseldon Park, Berks, and great niece to the present Lord Henniker. . May 16, aged 75, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor; mother ol,Mr. W. Taylor, of Great Queen.street, Lincol
May 22, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT' OF EXCHEQUER, WESTMINSTER, May et. (Sitting: after Term, before the Chief Baron.] TUE KING V. ELIZABETH WILD. This was an information filed by the Attorney- General against the defendant, a dress-maker, residing in Old Cavendish -street, for having in her possession Frenc
May 22, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

u Sessions commenced yesterday, before Mr, Justice BArt.By and Mr. Baron (dmotow. %Villian► Fuller was capitally convicted of steal ing a brown mare, the property of E. Shepherd. . Robert Smith wits capitally, convicted of rob , bing Lydia Harvey on the highway, in Coventry, cou
May 22, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SL/IVE

SL/IVE

EXTRACT,OF A LETTER FROM LIVERPOOL, MAY,I9, " CHARLESTON, APRIL 14, 1817.-,-- , An American vessel arrived liete, called schooner Calypo, Captain Crocker, from Fiavannah in five days, brings intelligence of the Spanish schooner Eusequeato, .with 135 slaves, being captured on the
May 22, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IDeWIRAJiLE 111E7H01> OPPUMPING SHIPS.

IDeWIRAJiLE 111E7H01> OPPUMPING SHIPS.

IDeWIRAJiLE OPPUMPING SHIPS. (Prom the NeW York cazette.) • with a dtsire to lessen the dangers of the ,sea, and , to relieve seamen on board of leaky vessrls ficm` one Of the Most distressing situations to 'which they are exposed ; the writer of comatunica.tion requests the Edit
May 22, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS, COACHMAI;I, or Groom, in town or country, H *out* Man, thirty-six years of age, who can have an undeniable

AS, COACHMAI;I, or Groom, in town or country, H *out* Man, thirty-six years of age, who can have an undeniable

character from his last.place, where he lived five years. Direct for T, E. at No. 64, Whitecross-street, Chiswellstreet. "
May 22, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
JUNIPER'S ESSENCE of PEPPERMINT , by HEATH. THIS ESSENCE is a safe, effectual, and pleasant remedy in Flatulencies, Gouty and

JUNIPER'S ESSENCE of PEPPERMINT , by HEATH. THIS ESSENCE is a safe, effectual, and pleasant remedy in Flatulencies, Gouty and

Cbuliey Pains in the and bowels, indigestion, hysterics, nausea attendant nn relaxation and lassitude arising from atmospheric ws.nt of appetite, injuries from inlement weather, and in affscoon of the stomach ind bowels, so common to adapting the dose to the urgency of the case.
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
OLD BAliper.

OLD BAliper.

The Sessions commenced yesterday before Mr. l Justice BAYLEY, Sir WILLIAM GARROW, the LORD MAYOR, and City Ulcers. Fu!ler was indicted for stealing a brown mare, the property of Edward Shepherd. The mare was stolen from the lower part of Berkshire, and the prisoner W2S traced to
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

it PRINCIPAL 'tilROS PORi RAIT, Diedceted, 63 , ermi.sdznt '16Jfs Grace, Me Duke 9f Atholl. e ?? Publilct re respectfdlly inforrned, t0j; . the PORt RAIl'-ol o IIRieLP tLBtL' DAI'.iazr't in by Mai GeODEj, iS tt presehtengrjsinh hy WtaLIAMt WABbR el A. R A. ,E. and wiill he ready
May 22, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LADY KIKWALL V. LORD JiiRIi.IVALL.

LADY KIKWALL V. LORD JiiRIi.IVALL.

• A statement - Was made - by Lady Kirkwall's Proctor that she had received no.peenniary . alloWance from Lord Kirkwall, daring a conSiderable,time past, and that she was not able to liay her servants' board -. ‘tges. for Lord Kirkwall represented th a t hi s Lord-; - ship Was r
May 22, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England