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KING’S THEATRE

KING’S THEATRE

LAST MASQUERADE THIS SEASON —The Nobility, Subscribers t.v the <)ls.-ra, and the Public, are respcctfuUy tnfotuied, a GRAND MASQUERADE will lake place at this Theatre THURSDAY next, (lie 2fltb of thin oianih. Tickets of odmission 19s. tid. each, include ten, cr.ll'ee, nnd the ot
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
•ON EXPRESS.

•ON EXPRESS.

are jiitur.t.ciJ, lliul it in uiitMiiplaliou pit'- »vnt rcsprcllnl tribute to Mr. Kemble on Ins nlircnient fi otn an»l tile account sent stairs, that llic list of lbosc »lio lia»c already come forward, in addition to nil the rfornters of botli theatres, comprehends many of the h
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
FREEHOLDS,-STANWELL, MIDDLESEX

FREEHOLDS,-STANWELL, MIDDLESEX

SOLD AUCTION, By Mr. GRIM AULT, At the Sign of the SWAN, atSTANWELL, Middlesex, ou .MONDAY, JUNES, 1817, at Three o’clock, In One Let, Five freehold dwelling-houses. good Garden each, pleasantly silttate adjoining the road leading from Siauweil Heathrou, and let to Tenants at VV
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
OLD BAILEY, May 24.

OLD BAILEY, May 24.

The followinc were capitally convicted ; G. Walker, for assaulting T. Highley on the King’s highway, and taking iiom bis person a metal watch, his property. G. Lane, for breaking and entering the dwellinghouse of J. Beashy, and stealing about 3s. worth of half-pence, sundry pape
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
Wednesdayt May SI.

Wednesdayt May SI.

Wednesday May SI. Mr. Peel rose move for leave to a Bill continue, for lime to be limited, the Insurrection Act Ireland.— Leave given. Sir J. Mackintosh moved that there be laid before the House copies ail correspondence which had passed between Home Department aud Rev. Gentleman
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
TUU PANTHEON LINEN WA LINEN, KUSSU SHEEITNUS, FKENCH CAMBUItS, Sin. fBK YARD

TUU PANTHEON LINEN WA LINEN, KUSSU SHEEITNUS, FKENCH CAMBUItS, Sin. fBK YARD

PANTHEON LINEN WA LINEN, KUSSU SHEEITNUS, FKENCH CAMBUItS, Sin. fBK YARD c. Irish Linen, In. mnd 0 1 6 Ditto, capital Colcrains, •2*. and - - 0 Beautiful ditto, for Gentlemen's wear - 0 3 The moat curious qualily, full yard wide - Excellent French Cambric*, per piece - 0 Real Rus
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Thursday, May 2‘2.

Thursday, May 2‘2.

Mr. Vanstttart apprehended, that no objection would be made the motion had »u propose, for leave to bring in bill to regulate the proceedings under Extents in Aid. The present system had given rise to much discontent, and therefore it was his wish abolish the abuses which had cr
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

akNOAV. May 25, 1817. The intelligence from the Continent begins assume an air of much importance, but we hope, and indeed confidently believe, that whatever may occur in any kingdom Europe, the English Government may not induced to interfere. A war at this period of time would
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
POOL PRICE OF it par Chaldron of 36

POOL PRICE OF it par Chaldron of 36

POOL PRICE OF par Chaldron of 36 Newcastle ------- Sunderland Stone - «... Newcastle Sunderland Stone Newcastle Sunderland ------ Stone - - - SPIRITS AND WINES, mses, exclusive of Duty. EXCHANGE. Friday, Mi Amst. 38 4 Ua Ditto sight Id Amster. II 15 C,F. Do. Sight 1 12 Rotter 11
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE EXAMINER.

THE EXAMINER.

THE EnXAMINER. LONDON, MAY 2S. SPAIN and Portugal have taken the lead for the present in the interest of foreign news. Appearances in the Peninsula are now said to inidicate the actual approach of war be- tween them, the Court of Brazil having bken in vain ald- monished against i
May 25, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England