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May 22, 1817 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
No. 2697.1

No. 2697.1

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, May '7, THE Principal O ffi cers of his Maj efl y 's Or d n ahco do hereby give Notice, That Propofals will be receiv, at their Office, in Pall-Mall, on or before Varednef,:ay, the 28th inftant, from fuch perfons as may be willing to undertake the fupply of C
May 22, 1817 - Commercial Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
hi' R i i. F SIR JO E, FELL THE BATTLE OF CGRUNNA, S?AIN, ! 1808. heard, nor a funeral

hi' R i i. F SIR JO E, FELL THE BATTLE OF CGRUNNA, S?AIN, ! 1808. heard, nor a funeral

note. As I.is -orse the rampart hurried ; Not soldier disch rued his tire well shot. O'er the grave where our liero buried. We buried iin dead night, The sods with our bayonets turning, the struggling moon-beam's misty light, e lantern dimly banting. coffins enclised his Not r.o
May 22, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
From the Bombay_ Papers, MAT 3, 1317.

From the Bombay_ Papers, MAT 3, 1317.

GENERAL ORDERS. BOMBAY 29TH APRIL. 11117. The Hight Hooorable the Governor in Comicil is pleased to resolve, agreeably to the spirit of the general letter from the Honorable the Court of Directors dated the 23d of August 1815, that the rule therein laid down, for greeting the Br
May 22, 1817 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
P,ARI4IAMENT.

P,ARI4IAMENT.

HOUSE . OF LORDS, WEDNUSDAY, MAY 21. The Appeal, " St. Atibin.v. the Attorney C neral," from the Court of Eschequer, involving 9ttestion respecting the right oft be Prince of Wales, is Duke of Cornwall, to sue in the Com t of Fachequer, by Iris Royal Highness's Attorrtey•Gcnerai
May 22, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS to the 20th. inst.

FRENCH PAPERS to the 20th. inst.

FRENCH PAPERS to the inst. Paris, May 17.—Advices from St. Croix annOunec, that the commerce of that island and of the Canaries, is suffering more than ever from the audacity and enterprise of the -corsairs of the Independants: It appears they have formed such connections on thos
May 22, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LADY CLAYTON'S BALL.

LADY CLAYTON'S BALL.

The Lady of Sir WILLIAII CLAYTON. Bart. gave an elegant Quadrille Ball, on Tuesday evening, at ?loose, in Gloucester-place. The interior was fitted up in a notruelle and beautiful style. A temporary room was erected in the garden, parallel with the Cri.t A lit 4 the grand stairc
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WAGER.

THE WAGER.

Lnr to cock-fighting wok great I'l tilt. wager to 1 hat when iat (lowa together the A 0,13 list run horn each other Away For that he a greater attraction would bring •I•l.an they to each tither would prove, A charm affurivg, chat round the wide ring 1 Ley fhoUid whereer hr st•.u
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Elegant Furniture. large Glasses, capital Sideboar.,v,s '1 ables, Turkey Carpet, .23 feet by 17, Books, Watch, Diamond Rings, Trinkets, Etc.

Elegant Furniture. large Glasses, capital Sideboar.,v,s '1 ables, Turkey Carpet, .23 feet by 17, Books, Watch, Diamond Rings, Trinkets, Etc.

13y Mr. JAN447S, D.ENEW, ,at his , action. Roonl o t Av e, tree,. Berkeley-square, TG4IOItROW, at 1 IgoDERN - and, elegaut-FET4'&ITURE.I 10 Chimney Glast, 6.7 inches by 0 0 pair _f 4 1/ 1 glasses, ,pedestal sidehoard, brivss guard, - table's on eliws,•chairs clivered-in iii , 4o
May 22, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MARKET HERALD.

MARKET HERALD.

MJARKET HERALI). Cotnw ExIcIIAYGE, AMonday. May 19, 1P16. The sopply of W heat tlis morning was *ery moderate, chiefly trolo Ebsex aod RIem, and haviiig many bavers, the 'rade was brisk, and frow 3s. to 4s. per quarter djtlecr tihan thais day seoollighl.- ?? (li d Lu:hceys tvet .
May 22, 1817 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England