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!CR w_ E E, I'lOP llfE AUT1HOR. t 2 To r or reirwed vith rlngravwngs ~ rstdin Quarto, rambe ,, b t5 Dn°Jr>ESiO vS l' ?? AR 0STS, Au pgojE QUEEN'S E NI E, A LE',EWpa\ ene Br JAMES HOGG, 'ijvo Gutitsrt, -to be paik on. 1itlCc to stU.tSCI bes9 3, GuIN brtskl by she friends of rhe Ah
May 26, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

GENZR4 A.SSSMBMr n St~ nigh t, the Right I onoiarable the Earl of Erral, hil ?? Commirnissioner to~ the General Assemb'ly of the Chii'ch Of Scotland, held a 'ievee Ialf-past seven ol'clock,. in 0Merchants'. Hall, where te LnqPVotan iitae were, accordirng'o cuistonm introduced, an
May 22, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
REPUTED WORK OF BONAPARTE.

REPUTED WORK OF BONAPARTE.

REPUTL'ED) II'UR/K OF jj~\ripAI?. A *te. vt ript, entitled, Mro'nseit- 1's n de St Helena, has hvn c!ij vi in lhis counlitry, sail to be written by Bonaparte bitt it i- gerally belitved to be all imposture, and is sopplsed to be tI e production of a purson it) France, connected w
May 28, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Correspondent, May 26, 8 P.M. ?? frigate, from the Leeward Island P Tig, rIS p ass age of six weeks

Correspondent, May 26, 8 P.M. ?? frigate, from the Leeward Island P Tig, rIS p ass age of six weeks

from St. r«\f hroaeht intelligence of the deepest S b * .lie cause of Liberty in South America ?? ° l have by this opportunity received ;;r:inl . n oatches announcing a Revolution ?? il f „ reat portion of the extended Em- f#£ Brazils; and the Insurgents have •f ti :„. s elves o
May 28, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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TV „—. -7.^?^_S^<^_^ H

TV „—. ?? H ESTEtITAISMENTS AT JBERCORN HOUSE. On Wednesday last, the Mtrquis and Marchioness of Abf.kcorn gave a sumptuous Banquet at their house, in Stratford-place, loa party of twenty-two particular friends. The anangements were in a style of unexampled magnificence. The tabl
May 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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rCETRY.

rCETRY.

We do not cr.ii_.ider it foreign lo the t*_rpose of our Journal to notice from time lo lime ?? literary publications as may seem to possess superior merit. Tiie work to'which we are more anxious to direct t^e attention of our tender*, is a small but interesting Poi-iu, entitled
May 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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T C) BE SOL)L BY ABUrIU lN, fl 1y Rt. .JAI7.VIS, Onl Tuesdny f he 31 daly nt .uloc, IK 7, at tlie Ele- phanit and Ca~stle Innr, in Idliixhttnl, i l ile cattite uf Oxfo~rd, at 1Fivc n' cloo ina the Evenaiti ?? AhIortt 15 ACRiES; of exceelin ue P.Xt 'AITURI.E :ndi ARA13 LE LAN 1l),
May 24, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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Si it it I a LI ii ii '7 5, 0 ii J C ii f ii ii at is Si a it 'I 'I It ii 5, it itt Ii I. 3' It It IC a -ii It ti lit 'I Si it itt i's te C Ii a tt 5 'I C C Ii' ii quires til a i,,it, [se {sa .1 on en- ild of ond ?? ther Iflact tbat t ?? rtoit, -By 'ilts- Iof !1 of teb, tite lale
May 24, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
V ERSE S,

V ERSE S,

Recited the Author, in a party his countrymen, the day that the news arrived our final Victory over the French : Now, Britain, let thy cliffs o’snaw Look prouder o’er the merlcd main ! The bastard Eagle bears awa. And ne’er shall thy shores again. Bank up thy banners red an’ riv
May 27, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Ar4arri c e. On Thursday week, at the Rig1ht lIon. Lady Mllary Petrt's, in Grcvenor-sqniare, l.indon, (by the Blishop of Yorwich) hlenry Ilouint, EHq. to Eliza, daughter of the latc Robert Edward L.ord Petre, sister to the present Lord, and niece to his Grace the Duke of Norfolk.
May 24, 1817 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England