Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 3,102 articles

1.. , -7.'-k\\£>^4.Tw\ ■-»'-. - -.-V? *4»*.;-*«_»> ■/. „ --__rf«*«tu "*•*__.<^S^^^<M^*)^^>'^4r^m^k^^m^L

1.. , -7.'-k\\£>^4.Tw\ ■-»'-. - -.-V? *4»*.;-*«_»> ■/. „ --__rf«*«tu "*•*__.<^S^^^<M^*)^^>'^4r^m^k^^m^L

1.. , ?? Tw\ ■-»'-. - ?? * 4»*.;-*«_»> ■/. „ --__rf«*«tu "*•*__ ?? FASIIWNAHI E ARftIFAL* Dnwnger Marchioness of Donegal, fro.n a tout.; Mr. and Mr., Leraai.tie, iv Manchester-street, Manchester _q. from Pars. D-rAItTUI-KS. . Lord nnd Lady Cawder, Iroin tbe St. fyte'n- burgh Hote
May 28, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HEREFORDSHIRE SOCIETY.

HEREFORDSHIRE SOCIETY.

Instituted tn London, 1710, for Apprenticing Three Boys, burn of Herefordshire Parents, annually. Stewards, 18' 7. Hon. Jas. Somers Cocks, | Mr. William Tanner, John Martin, Esq. M. P. j Mr. Richard Smith, Rev. P. W. Moore, | Mr. William Shepherd. Charles Fennel!, Hon. Sec. The
May 28, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
STATIONS OF THE BRITISH FORCES.

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH FORCES.

It has often been our duty to correct officio/ accounts, but never before to give any general view of the shifting stations of the troops at any particular moment. An Evening Paper having however given in a most imposing form, with all the aathenticatiun of office, tile Adjutant
May 28, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
MILITAYR

MILITAYR

duced, whilst the actual soldier, when reduced, receives only half-pay. And to elucidate the above plan somewhat, I will state what two friends remarked who made the tour of Great Britain about 12 months ago, namely, that, in every District, they found a complete Staff un • der
May 28, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
might have written to the prejudice of die country, which be hates for its superiority, with some react. WA may

might have written to the prejudice of die country, which be hates for its superiority, with some react. WA may

mention incidentally before conclusion, that we believe the just and wise decision of the Allied Sovereigns, to remove the treasures of ancient art back to Italy, will prove the qtalvation, of the principles of good taste, in this class of elegant productions, which were threate
May 28, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BOOKS PUBLISHEDi itHIS DAY. Printed uniformlywith Park's Travels, in 4to. 36s. CAPTAIN RILEY'S NARRATIVE of his ?? SHIPWRECK and SUFFERINGS during Captivity in the Great. Desert; with ad Account of Trmbuctoo, and of tue itlerto unknown great City of Wassanah, -Printed for John Mu
May 28, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALES BY AUCTION. 7Plate, Wine, Bed and Table Linen, Glass, China, Piano Porte, a brilliant Diamond Ring, and ?? Mr. STFW- ART, at his GOekt. Room, 194. lPiccadjlly, 'I Q->O.ltiO% W -and following'day, at one precisely, H1HE genuine WINES of a Gentleman, comnprising et.60 dozen P
May 28, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- • THE TEMPEST. 0 the rightful Duke of Milan, a Magician, • Mr. : i Lfannzo, King of Naples,

- • THE TEMPEST. 0 the rightful Duke of Milan, a Magician, • Mr. : i Lfannzo, King of Naples,

Mr. Egerton; nippolvto,. Mantua, Mrs. Faucit ; Antrmio, the Usurper or, Chapman ; Prince Ferdinand of Naples, Mr. Ah-. a Neapatan Counsellor, Mr. Murray ; Trio Jester, Mr. Blanuhard; Stephan°, a Sailor oil Mr. Simmons ; Caliban, a Monster of the Emery ; Miranda, Miss Foote; Dori
May 28, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FRACAS AT THE BAR.

FRACAS AT THE BAR.

Snme disagreement arose between Mr. ADOL. and Mr. ANDREWS, at Clerkenwell Sessions, on Monday evening. It appears the parties were engaged in a parish case, and some interruption having taken place, words arose, which suspended the proceedings of the Court for a short time, and
May 28, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England