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THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE JOURNAL AN ENGLISH TRAVELLER, OR EVENTS AND ANF.f DOTES OF THE PRINCESS OF WALES FROM TO 1816. (From the Nuremburg Correspondent.) After introduction,'in which it is shewn that the Princess of Wales did not leave England in consequence of superior orders, and slill less from
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
DIXON'S ANTIF.ILIOUS IS ' VITIATED Bile ihe fruitful ' ' a," 1 , those disorders whirh net rll , Bowels,

DIXON'S ANTIF.ILIOUS IS ' VITIATED Bile ihe fruitful ' ' a," 1 , those disorders whirh net rll , Bowels,

occasioning Indigestion, Ilea j \ tulenee, Head-aches, Spasms, and *j';. other affections; the consequence action the Liver d Biliary aC { ilnclionof Dixon's Pills. »• ' aXe & tor nnd cure those evils, is one of in fy ucqui-iiions modem Physic. They oe» 'j recommendation mild op
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
\V U.I FK SCOTT.

\V U.I FK SCOTT.

U.I FK SCOTT. In another forncr —probably the P/trit* Corner —von may Waller Si oil, Ihoiiyh lie is not frei|uent lifilnr of these places. I should imagine lhal there is scarcely any other person in vinrltl who nmeh lalheil Walter Scott, ami hut few travellers come to I'alin. bur
May 24, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
SATURDAY, MAY 2*. 1817

SATURDAY, MAY 2*. 1817

SATURDAY, MAY 2*. Laui oshirr, Smith .»/ SmtUir I'-inrii and Mr. ./. i , M.‘l, I‘hit Strrrt. HOsrtt'tr 4irt: s KrsKi>k: Mr. T. It PriHtrr*, and , i)»lnut>(ri s. in I llrislul, Hat
May 24, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
•* A.ldresiC:! (o the backers of Mr. Painter. ”

•* A.ldresiC:! (o the backers of Mr. Painter. ”

•* A.ldresiC:! the backers of Mr. Painter. Tjtst week, l/ord (."orhrane Stratagem the Sheriff's officer pot O' p.oses.inn nf hi* home, Holly Mill—the he|| was rung violently, and the •■itie'*r slipping without kitehen door, his ordship it against him, refused him re-admission, an
May 24, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

House Commons, Wednesday, May 14. Mr. I). (Jiluert moved for leave to bring in a bill exempt the passage manure from tolls. meant it declaratory bill, to amend and explain the act of the 53rd of the King, and remove doubts, A.c.—l.eavc was given bring in the bill. Mr. Hurst move
May 24, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ROBERT HANN, PLASTERER, ABBEY-STREET, BEGS leave to inform the Inhabitants of CARLISLE and its Vicinity, that he intends to carry

ROBERT HANN, PLASTERER, ABBEY-STREET, BEGS leave to inform the Inhabitants of CARLISLE and its Vicinity, that he intends to carry

ROBERT PLASTERER, ABB STREET, BEGS leave to inform Ihe Inhabitants CARLISLE and its Vicinity, that in tends carry on the PLASTERING BUSINESS (both Plain and Ornamental) all its Branches, Composition, Roughcast, Colouring, and White-washing, executed and Country, on the most reaso
May 24, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ISAAC BIRD'S BANKRUPTCY.

ISAAC BIRD'S BANKRUPTCY.

May 24, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
then recover ittencrev iind l'y limn Chirf )•■() tnndr hio»rlf f,c, » ~0^ iiaim-, « powertnl Monarch: thn« happily prrpannf

then recover ittencrev iind l'y limn Chirf )•■() tnndr hio»rlf f,c, » ~0^ iiaim-, « powertnl Monarch: thn« happily prrpannf

the way tor the restoration »( nur •neient and •r*** forms of Gosernment. The Monarchy, Sit, i» the hapvinrsfl of Ihi* ronntrTt Defined, and limitrd, and it it, * *[ ,e peoiilc hare net always comprehended that is so, the best amt surest hutvrark the liheflies ot the people. Thi
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
BUKOUGH OF NEW' WINDSOR

BUKOUGH OF NEW' WINDSOR

NEW' WINDSOR "VTOTICE IS HCKEBY GIVEN, That IN n.0., or other GAMING TABLES, will ho permitted he n»ed within the Limits this Bornnch. daring the approaching HALi.S ASCOT HEATH. By Onler of tlie Magi«tr»te>, JOHN SECKER, Town Clerk Windsor, May 3t, 18ir. Nobility and Gentry are r
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England