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NEW SYSTEM OF MUSICAL EDUCATION.

NEW SYSTEM OF MUSICAL EDUCATION.

(from a have on several occasions directed the attention of our readers to the progress die new svsteia musical education, invented Mr. Logier, of Dublin, and on lliursday week had the pleasure to announce, that an examination the pupils Messrs. I'cnson «nd Robertson, who had re
May 23, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Market Chronicle.

Market Chronicle.

-. . CORN MARK-LANE. If?.—T! were very fcv» ar-ivr.ls i»'t . ready sole this rno-'.ipg, *t «'i Barley Bcai.s, Peas and Oats maintained prices.—l" and Intt the ',<.j.e M« : day ( market I'lour ndvsno.-d ss. per sack. Monday, M»v was a *n;all •"77-3 r E• - this :i,i.ri:inn ; the f
May 23, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BANK RUPTS.-J. jack* Midd'eton. Norfolk, merchant.—W. Crilchlon, Liverpool, and J. Harris jun. Beaumaris, Anglesea, meirhams.—M. Teilev, Leeds, woolsiapler'.— K. now

BANK RUPTS.-J. jack* Midd'eton. Norfolk, merchant.—W. Crilchlon, Liverpool, and J. Harris jun. Beaumaris, Anglesea, meirhams.—M. Teilev, Leeds, woolsiapler'.— K. now

late of Hnddersfield, York, carpenter.—J. Duncan, late of London-street, Crutchcd-fi iars, merchant.— R. Douse, Tootev-street, tallow-chandler.—T. Stone, late Gibraltar-walk, Bcthnal-Green, cabinel-maker. R. Butt, of Rothei hilhe-w all, plumber.—J. Bradshawi Postern-row, Tower-h
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
BEDFORD LEVEL CORPORATION And COURT of SEWERS. THE General Meeting of the said Corporation, will he heir) Sit ire-Hal I.

BEDFORD LEVEL CORPORATION And COURT of SEWERS. THE General Meeting of the said Corporation, will he heir) Sit ire-Hal I.

28(h day May instant, n clock. J The Board will meet at the Lamb Tnn o'clock aid Court of Sew, rs will he held af the Shire Hali 12 o'clock, on ihe same day, and all persons hiving presentments lo make before the Sari are rmnested attend the Register at Fly ihe evening hefore. s
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
in the 7er.

in the 7er.

May 23, 1817 - Inverness Journal and Northern Advertiser - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
dilnimminim

dilnimminim

ing detail of a conspiracy in Douglas to murder a M. Grierson, in which six persons are implicated, stho have all been apprehended and lodged in Castle Rushen gaol. namely, Sir Francis Millar, Bart. dDerunsidre, (only son of the late Judge Buller) the Reverend Godfrey Gilbert Coo
May 23, 1817 - Inverness Journal and Northern Advertiser - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
Holbeach, April 8, 1817. I Apprent,ces are diately wanted in the . Millinery and Dress-making business.—Application, post paid, to Mr.

Holbeach, April 8, 1817. I Apprent,ces are diately wanted in the . Millinery and Dress-making business.—Application, post paid, to Mr.

Palmer, will be duly attended to.
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
sentation. Sir John Sichol icpued to the wgiirncrus the Hon. Baronet m a speech of great length ana ability •

sentation. Sir John Sichol icpued to the wgiirncrus the Hon. Baronet m a speech of great length ana ability •

and after several other Members had delivered their sentiments in succession, the House the motion 77, against it 265—-Majority against the Committee 188 ; being 61 more than rejected a similar motion made Mr. Brand in 1812. . - ■ Of the Members usually in the habit of voting wi
May 23, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ALMACK'S HALL,

ALMACK'S HALL,

On Wednesday night, was brilliant. It was crowd- ed with rank and fashion. Dancing commenced at half-past eleven o'clock, with Quadrilles and Waltzes. Before one, Country-dances were intro- duced in the small rooms ; .they were led off with great spirit by Lord Falmouth and Mrs.
May 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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