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UNITED PARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

UNITED PARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

UNITEI) PARLIAMENT GREAXT I'RITAIN' A.VD IRELAND. liOUSE OF LORDS, AY 21. Tbc Appeol, " St.lbhi v. the Attorney General," fromi the Co'nrt of hxchequer. involvinz I qnesti5nf respecing tle right of the Princo! of Wales, uts Duke of Cornwall, to sue in the Cour: of Exchequer, by h
May 22, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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SWILES' BY AUCTI'ON.- To Turpentine. Ma at~rCoppersmiths. Briokers, Arld ?? Plant, Utenstills, Fixitare,,. &c. S'ir.tfiord; E~ssex.-b'y Mr. BURRELL; on the Premises, onl We'luitsn dlay, june 4. and following Day, at as, by order orf the As~ ?? of Meqsrs. Crane, Turpentine M1anufa
May 22, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AIARFUEI).

AIARFUEI).

Tuesday, at St. Geordc'o, John in the Royal to of May 9, at Mean, Mr. hare LLivis, (MIMI. lie a k:t k irutti 4 horsebew.avxerct.o I i IvLireti tast, fnicturt%i his skull, and %Adm.:fly
May 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
gave. due consideration for maiden coyness; but all that coyness.had now.completely worn away to,giVe place to unblushing effrentery as urea

gave. due consideration for maiden coyness; but all that coyness.had now.completely worn away to,giVe place to unblushing effrentery as urea

as eould . he devised .: different -modes of remedy.shadibeen pointed Out ; but after insisting upon the existence .of the grievances, he should leave it to the House to decide as to what remedy Could • should net go into, any discussion upon the abstract principle. He waS satis
May 22, 1817 - Commercial Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
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WIATREAS § Coimmisslon ot Bankrupt is awarded and issued.forth against JOHIN PUL- LING, of Chuddleigh, in the cqunui of Dbvon,- meehbant, dealer and chaomran, and he being declared ?? is hereby requlred to surreilder himself to the Commis- sioners In the said Commission named, or
May 22, 1817 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
YORK SPRING MEETING, 1817.

YORK SPRING MEETING, 1817.

-YORK SPRING MEls;6;1'0NG, 1617. __ at.: §n4. ?? I.. . _L.. - s en ?? .. I.s -. - 1s-Irk I'It &itJ IUilt. i E.N&J, 1817. Alariday. -Alay IV, Svevpstikell ot .20gi encht, for horses, &c. * ofallmges. Twomilts-(1 i Subscribers.) Mr Lnuibtoji's cbh c Leopold, 4 yra old, 8st Slb ( VV
May 22, 1817 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Mjnchcitf r, Liverpool, and all parts of the North r anU?llavU)tck. ,hrm. i, Avon, Monday, Friday Momings, betore Seven o’Clock.

Mjnchcitf r, Liverpool, and all parts of the North r anU?llavU)tck. ,hrm. i, Avon, Monday, Friday Momings, betore Seven o’Clock.

CTfjcUcnham, Itro* Oloccflpr, every Tueft "ay. Tl.urfJay, and Saturday Mornings, part Eight o’clock. York-1 lovse, Jial/i. and REILLY mod rcljxfflfully inform the public, that the under-mentioned Lie POST-COACH I-^S (Carrying Fourlmidet inly )irt sfffrom thcirO, Honbon Dap every
May 22, 1817 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON MAILS.

LONDON MAILS.

from Thursday, May 15, to Tuesday May 20. THE arrival of the General Hewitt tlie has at length pu< ns possession intelligence direct from the Chinese Embassy —Lord Amherst and his suiie , arrived at Canton on New Year's Day, all well, j altera delightful journey of four months t
May 22, 1817 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

A JOURNEYMAN TANNER. Rond worknun, who underft»nil» Hie hbCmefs in »ll '■*» branch**, will meet with conflant employment and good by applying to Thomas Cooak, Kingfton, near Taunton^ N B. A charaAer from Ins laft plat* will eapeaed. Kingftou, May 10, 1817. as APPRENTICE, by SUR
May 22, 1817 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
AURRJKO

AURRJKO

Thursday, Mr. W. Addams, Thorncombo Homo, Somersetihire, to Misi Ann Rudd, ot Kverfhatn, Worcefter- Ihtre. At Bridgwater, Mr. Ware, collar and harneia-maker, Miss Charlotte Cox, both of that place.
May 22, 1817 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England