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THEATRICAL EXAMINER.

THEATRICAL EXAMINER.

THEATRICAL EXA MINER. N o. 2S3. COrVErt-GaR 7EAr. T'i LTibheiliee an afterqpiece, altered fiomn STIADWEL'I9 pliit of thalt name, and founded on the story oa Dan Juan, Witi MOZART S mUlSiC, AVw!S renresenited here oa Tuesday evening. Almost ever- eflo wbt ?? it. but the music triu
May 25, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
BIN FIELD IN CLOSURE.

BIN FIELD IN CLOSURE.

NOTICE is Hereby Given, Thai the Com* for the jibovc-mentioned will De%t Siding «( the ROSI-. INN, WOKINGHAM, the county of Berks «>• the » of JUNE next, Eleven o'clock l« the f»f the put pose of read over the Draft the Award it| the presence of such of Proprietors who think pro
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
DirrERENCES BETWEEN STAIR AND TORTI'CAL.

DirrERENCES BETWEEN STAIR AND TORTI'CAL.

JCot* from (lie Miniiteia of the Mcdialinp Courts to the Marquis d’Aguilar, Secretary Stste for Foreign Afiairs to liis Most Faithful MaJettjr. Parit, March 16. The occupation of part of the Spanish potiession* on the river the Fottuguete troops of Brazil was no sooner known in
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
IMK Kiac t K.C. bLIT.

IMK Kiac t K.C. bLIT.

Kiac K.C. bLIT. Tlii* «ax >rt vu<l inlwiaiaiiun ltir tame di-tciiitanl, liiu. with and a certain UUil U|»>n Loidt an and Catiir- Tlir iilxl oaa ronlaiiK'd a large po'imi: bill, wliirli hearlrd 4 PiMorj ! Hillnry ! CaiUe* reaph and Mr. Itiill,’ and i«n|>iited the having aasrrti d
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT LOTTERY INTELLIGENCE! T. BISH Respectfully begs leave remind the Holders of nich Tiekeis and Shares that were drawn Prizes

IMPORTANT LOTTERY INTELLIGENCE! T. BISH Respectfully begs leave remind the Holders of nich Tiekeis and Shares that were drawn Prizes

of Ticket, in the Lottery wh'ch finish'd drawing the 23th of This Month (May), that they have the option of taking their Change whatever iheir Numbers may drawn in the Supplementary Lottery, or they may receive per Ticket, ur in proportion f< r Share-, provided they arc brought
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 

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ORIGINAL COACH OFFICE, CASTLE-STREET, WINDSOR. MOODY and LILLEWHTTE rr.*prrt fully infurm the Indoor and Eton, and the Public general, WILL

ORIGINAL COACH OFFICE, CASTLE-STREET, WINDSOR. MOODY and LILLEWHTTE rr.*prrt fully infurm the Indoor and Eton, and the Public general, WILL

START, from the above Office, LVERx during the Races, THE COURSE.
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
MAY 25;

MAY 25;

Ihe reflation of quitting this cquntry for time ; and lias written to Lord Liverpool to immediately inform the Prince Regent of her intention. The Princess encloses a copy of this letter to Lord Withbread, (Sir. W.) to inform himself and friends the plan of conduct which she has
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
AFRICA.

AFRICA.

Y/t are informed by fettera from Naples, that General Count Ctmillo Borgia (descended from the celebrated family that name) is lately returned to that city from Africa, after having been engaged in important antiquarian researches for nearly g wa years in the neighbourhood of Tu
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DEANERY OF ST. PAUL’S, DOCTORS’ COMMONS.

DEANERY OF ST. PAUL’S, DOCTORS’ COMMONS.

This was a suit of Divorce instituted by William Augustus Dobbyu, Esq. late Captain in his Majesty’s Fifth Dragoons, against Maria PhillippaDobbyn hie wife, for adultery. The affidavits read were to the following effect:—Mrs. at whose house Mrs. Dobbyn came lodge 1813, (after he
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
INSURGENT CIUIZEnS.

INSURGENT CIUIZEnS.

«• ItmosToN, Jamaica, March.—Oft' Yallahs, on Wednesday morning, the Johanna was hailed by a Cartbagenian privateer, which dischargedsix muskets into her. She had been previously boarded another marauder, which plundered her of some provisions, be. This vessel has recently captu
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England