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Yesterday miming, the Annual .Seinton , for the benefit of this truly benevOlent Institution, was preached at the . Surrey Chapel. . This hospital W2S_ originally fOunded by King Charles the Second, and re•incorporated by his present MAJESTY, the put , . pose of the relieland sup
May 23, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICMRY.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICMRY.

EDINBURGH, MAY 19. This day came on the trial of Ili /Earn Edgar, prisoner in the Cattle of Edinburgh, indicted and accused under the Act of the of his present Majesty, for administering unlawful oaths. It will be in the recollection of our readers, that upon the 9th ult. Edgar
May 23, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
•IltlitTLE.-11LEA DEN, King's'ffead, Tavern, • -Poultry, has just, lauded p kw Rue lively. Turtl e. for.sale. Turtic . dressed every

•IltlitTLE.-11LEA DEN, King's'ffead, Tavern, • -Poultry, has just, lauded p kw Rue lively. Turtl e. for.sale. Turtic . dressed every

day, in 'the highest perfection, and sent . to any part . of town or couutry. "
May 23, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION Or TUt POOL

EDUCATION Or TUt POOL

Mr. BROUGHAM rose to move the revival of the Committee which sat last Session to inquire into the state or Education among the poorer Classes in this Metropolis. He wished also very shortly to state the object of the motion, as its publicity would the better enable him to attain
May 23, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNI\G CHtRONICLE. L ON DO N: FRIDAr, MAY23, 1S17. If any thing were wanted to prove the necessity of a Reform in the representation of the people, it is the open and undisguised avowal by the Foreign Secretary of State, of the intention of Ministers to continue the Habeas C
May 23, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
si:RimAr nal THE SCUITISII HOSPITAL.

si:RimAr nal THE SCUITISII HOSPITAL.

nal THE SCUITISII HOSPITAL. ' At an earl) hour yesterday morning, Surrey Chapel was filled by a most respectable audience, among whom we observed several Members of Parliament, hear the justly celebrated Dr. CHALMERS, Irons Glasgow. After prayer by the Reverend Dr. Menu, ut Swall
May 23, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING STAR.

THE EVENING STAR.

LONDON. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1817. STOCKS THIS DAY AT TWELVE O'CLOCK 72—Cons. 72H-4 per Cent. )4 y,, i 104—India Bonds 82 83 pre. /Wagner Balls 9s. pr.—Cons. for Opening 78ff The following Stotts shut and open as under Consols shut June 3, open lith July. 3 per CeLts. ditto 3, Ind di
May 23, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
soNs of rim GLERGr.

soNs of rim GLERGr.

soNs rim GLERGr. Yesterday the Anniv.irsary Meeting of the Corpse. ration of the Sons of the Clergy took place in the Cathvdral Church of St. Paul. A great notrber of persons of distinction were present. A most excellent and impressive Sermon was preacl.e.l by the Reverend GAM/NM
May 23, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
CORIOLANUS. Iklarcius. Corio'anus, Mr. Kemble.; the Child, Ms ; Commius, Mr. Chapman Nlabenius, Mr. than'Sjeihitts, Mr. Barrymore ; Brutus, Mr.

CORIOLANUS. Iklarcius. Corio'anus, Mr. Kemble.; the Child, Ms ; Commius, Mr. Chapman Nlabenius, Mr. than'Sjeihitts, Mr. Barrymore ; Brutus, Mr.

Murray; Tul- Ehliiis, Mr. Egerton Volusius, Mr. Clatetnont; Fancit ; Virgilia, Aliss Fautc. will be produced, a new Operdlic Drama, called TI-f LI BERME. C.. Kemble ; Don Pedro. Mr_ Chapman; /IQUUtio, Mr. Sinclair ; Leporello, Mr. Li:iton ; Nlasetto, I,ol`uset ; tiipez, 'Mr. Com
May 23, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FRENCH' PeIPERS.

FRENCH' PeIPERS.

PARIS, MAY 19.—The King yesterday heard mass in the chapel. His Majesty afterwards received the Ministers, the Marshals of France, the Grand Officers, a great number of Peers and Deputies. Yesterday the Duchess of Angooleme took an airing -n the wood of Vincennes, at half past t
May 23, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England