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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 INDICTMENT AGAINST THISTLEWOOD, THE TWO WATSONS, PRESTON, and HOOPER.

THE INDICTMENT AGAINST THISTLEWOOD, THE TWO WATSONS, PRESTON, and HOOPER.

T1I'E JI.ADICTMfENT AGAINST THISTLEWOOD, THE TWO WATSONIS, -PRESTON, and HOOPER. This indictment, as we before stated, consists of w four coants. w FIRsT C6UrNT.-The first is for co~rpassing and tl 'issa~oigittig to pat i1i king te dent i. After giving the ta nali-es and descript
May 23, 1817 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHRIST CHURCH, SURREY, May 21

CHRIST CHURCH, SURREY, May 21

Mr. Editor, — Had not your Correspondent of Tuesday last intruded himself again upon the Pub- lic, respecting the Bill new pending in Parliament, for the enlargement of the Churchyard of this pa- rish, I should not have presumed to trouble you with any observations respecting it
May 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LET, AND ENTERED ON IMMEDIATELY, A Modern built HOUSE, & extensive ORCHARD and GARDENS," fit for the residence of a

LET, AND ENTERED ON IMMEDIATELY, A Modern built HOUSE, & extensive ORCHARD and GARDENS," fit for the residence of a

genteel family, with or without a few acres of excellent LAND adjoining the House, situate in the village of Saighton, within four miles of Chester, to which there is an excellent road.—There is also an excellent PEW, attached the House, in Cburton Heath Chapel. For particulars,
May 23, 1817 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FROM SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

Carlton-House , May 14. This day John Adams, Esq. En- Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the United Slates of America, bad an audience of his Royal Highness thp Prince Regent to deliver his letter of recall. Mr. Ciffard, the new Solicitor-General, Friday was elected
May 23, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
that object. A« to tlie question costs, that was certainly one which deserved to be promptly examined. to cither in

that object. A« to tlie question costs, that was certainly one which deserved to be promptly examined. to cither in

that house in the excliequcr lolly and speedily considered. could not sit down without expressing that tribute which thought due to the conduct ot his hon. and learned friend, (the AUortiey>General), who, the house well knew, hud abandoned cxtensiv* and profitable practice in hi
May 23, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA HOUSE, May 21, 1817. Court Directors the United Company of JL Merchants England, trading to die East Indies,

EAST INDIA HOUSE, May 21, 1817. Court Directors the United Company of JL Merchants England, trading to die East Indies,

do hereby give Notice, That the Committee of Buying and Warehouses will he ready tn receive Utdposhis writing, sealed up, on or before WEDNESDAY, the June next, from such-Persons may willing to supply the Company with a quantity «f BRITISH and that the conditions of U»e Contract
May 23, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Warranted to sail in all June, having one-half of her Cargo positively engaged—For the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. THi., tine

Warranted to sail in all June, having one-half of her Cargo positively engaged—For the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. THi., tine

laM-aaiting newly-coppered Brig' LEDA, A 1. Burthen 165 tons. James Stenart, Commander, Lying in the London Dock. For Passage apply to . ROBINSON' and LOMAS, 22, Birchin-lane. (J3T The Mate's Receipts to be returned upon signing Bills of Lading. ■*
May 23, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A SHIP, 355 totu measutemerrt, the stocks Oat-poK will be' ready to launch in month; copper fastened and deck copper

A SHIP, 355 totu measutemerrt, the stocks Oat-poK will be' ready to launch in month; copper fastened and deck copper

nailed; is well adapted far the East dr "West India Trade, haring excellent heights. Also a SCHOONER,'B6 tons, launched, and neatly fitted for a voyage, and well adapted for (hie Newfoundland or Portugid Trade Particulars CURtING DOitET, (One Property.) Geßrge-yard, Lombard-stre
May 23, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England