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GENERAL POST-OFFICE, CAUTION

GENERAL POST-OFFICE, CAUTION

October, 1815. TO Carriers, Masters of Stage Coaches, Conch men. Watermen and Bargemen, Masters of Vesadror Passage Boats, either within Great Britain, or or from Ireland, or to or from parts beyond the seas, against unlawfully carrying, or conveying Letters; AMD TO ALL PERSONS
May 27, 1817 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUMMARY OF MR. OWEN'S PLAN.

SUMMARY OF MR. OWEN'S PLAN.

SU:4AIMARY OF MU. OWEVN'S PLAN. A Fv.tmmairy of t;ite livnnta2-es to he derived frot ltle exe.f'i tC s*i'h a plait way be pr:sernt- ed usdw-r tiefolio tiog heatds: 1. E]spei Sive as such a system for the oIein- ployedl pour may' a p e.ar to a snp,:fii6iaI ohs-rter, II seit I - fo
May 24, 1817 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ITCH.

ITCH.

MORE than One Hundred Tliotuaod Per»on« have einerienced that CATHCARTi EDINBURGH OINTMENT cure* the Itch with all powible rate, ctftainty, and talety, in eight hour*, one applicaiiooV u. Sold wboletaJe by J. Eva** and Laoe, Stnirhfirld, Dondon ; and retail •i- EaCK, Primer, 3S,
May 27, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

SOLOMAN SOLOMANS was infldjled for felonriusr5ly Stopplag Thormas Warn, at Uethnal-green, on the i6thl of April, and taking from his person a vwatch,chain and seal, and eighteen shillings' vrorth of silver. 'The 'prosecutor, who is a pewterer, resided in Blackfriar's- road, qtat
May 23, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
, COLWTY ELECTION. "St paper we gave an account of the first 1 al iliis very strongly contested Election, jj-pmeeeded

, COLWTY ELECTION. "St paper we gave an account of the first 1 al iliis very strongly contested Election, jj-pmeeeded

to'tht- close ofthe Sth day(Friday) • r; 'U declined any further procrastination **i and «c give the following result of the "fared at the dose of each day, viz. j t ( Wodehouse Pratt " Majority ■f 1014 635 378 ! '-" 1228 088 018 *j 909 8-20 707 r? 495 615 587 ~ ! 252 252 st_7 =
May 28, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

THURSDAY, MAY 22 '■ut night we received French Papers to the 19th •*»«. l| le y contain no intelligence of importance. ilc lu«c rode out on the 17th towards St. Cloud, Ported by a detachment of guards and cuirassiers, d '" l returned the same afternoon to Paris. Ma- <n'eß_c.NAi'
May 22, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EPSOM RACES—Friday, Mat 23.

EPSOM RACES—Friday, Mat 23.

The first year of a Renewal of the Oaks Stakes of ?? each, h. ft. for _ yr-old fillies, o_t. 41b. Mr. Watson's f. Neva (rode by Buckle) _ Mr. Lake's b. f. by Election, dam By _. tiling Whiskey g Mr. Lake's b. f. by Election, out of Selim'l dam 3 Duke of Grafton's eh. f. Trie Tri
May 24, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
~~ ffW MORNING POST..■ —■

~~ ffW MORNING POST..■ —■

~~ ffW MORNING POST. ■ — ■ KING'S THEATRE. as FVF.NINfi (Tne.da\*. (hv express desire', May _7, r ! " -ill he rrucnwd, Moz.irt's (Irani Opera, entitled wlll 'IL DON GIOVANNI: , After which, tbe new grand Ballet of i.U LICA, oh Irs PF.RCVII.NS. jt fHBATRF ROYAL, DRT-RY-LANE. Thi-
May 27, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
illopal Coratoall <Sa*ette. Qieyryn F.rbynybyd — Truth against all the World.

illopal Coratoall <Sa*ette. Qieyryn F.rbynybyd — Truth against all the World.

May 24, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Postscript

Postscript

England expects every man to do his duty. TRURO, Saturday, May 24. In the House of Commons, on Tuesday night, Sir Francis Burdett made his promised motion on Parliamentary Reform. He en- tered into a Variety of statements to shew that annual Parliaments formerly prevailed in thi
May 24, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England