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I'.ltlSONLlitS.

I'.ltlSONLlitS.

Since the prisoners were arraigned, the elder Watson, on behalf of himself and the other defendants,. addressed the following Letter to Lord Sinmotrrit Tower, May in. 1817. " My Loan-,1 desirous to inform your Lordship, that 1 shall have occasion to whi:arta several witnesses- to
May 26, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FJION4B iE

FJION4B iE

FJION4B MOVEMEN') ARRIVALS. at his house in South-street, Grosvenor-square. : 4 t Stratfieldsay, Hants. ;?pe, Esq. at Blake's Hotel, - Jertnyn-street, from :irange, Esq. at ditto from ditto; W. Coke, Esq. at 'Cambridge; E. P. Blake, Esq. at ditto, from his Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. Wr
May 26, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
• , INDIA wAßEnousz. INDIA SHAWLS,—Want v d immediately, a ylrietv .of long; aud square It;dia Shawl 4, ,-orions worked

• , INDIA wAßEnousz. INDIA SHAWLS,—Want v d immediately, a ylrietv .of long; aud square It;dia Shawl 4, ,-orions worked

Ntustins, &C.—Apply at and firitiTh Shawl Warehouse, 10, LudKate-street, near :St. Paul's, where the rreatest variTly are constantly OK sale. Ladies, having . India ihal,os, which they may wish to - eiedyatyre will find themiielves liberally treated.
May 26, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FLANDERS MAIL

FLANDERS MAIL

Last night Flemish Journals reached ns to a late date.—The late scheme for making the ruin of England a prelude to the rescue of BONAPARTI is the 1 last recommendation, which his exiled adherents ' will be able to make through the channel of the Flemish press. The foreigners, wh
May 26, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
r:agh !" and imputed to Lord Castlereagh the barite uttered 1 gm's and deliberate falsehood in the House of Commons

r:agh !" and imputed to Lord Castlereagh the barite uttered 1 gm's and deliberate falsehood in the House of Commons

) ; and that Lord Ellenborough had convicted him, Mr. Butt, (or the purpose of making money of him. Mr. Butt cross-examined the witness.—l believe I give you directions ri stick up these bills in the most public situation.?—Witness—You Mr. Butt—And I told you you had properly do
May 26, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILST.

OLD BAILST.

Frilay, Corcirall was tried for the murder or illegitimee child, and Mani Thomson Was indicted as an accessary in the murder. The prisoner was acquitted of the murder, bit; found g&lityot concealing the birth, which subjects her to 12 months' imprisonment. Serah Groat was also i
May 26, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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No. 485.—V0i.. X. LORD AMHERST'S EMBASSY TO CHINA. fir-CFNT :minds from the embassy state, that on the arrival of the ship* in the.gulph of Pe-teltedee, Ihe 2Stla July, two inibtary officers came from the shore, expressed some surprise at it haying reached that all rht.rage in s
May 26, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

ST. PETERSRITRGII, APRIL 26.—0 n the 21st inst. the ice of the Nova broke up. The next day the Comm:►nd:mt of the Fortress, acaording to ancient custom, crossed the river, amidst the discharge of artillery, to present to hi• Majesty the Emperor a goblet of the fresh water, and a
May 26, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
AO' 74 Contracts nut, be seem at the Seof this Ogre; or by applying to the Post-11' .Icrs and to

AO' 74 Contracts nut, be seem at the Seof this Ogre; or by applying to the Post-11' .Icrs and to

the Colletfor: of th e. eat Compbt lton, Hall, Newcastle, Swan":rosPectirely. Veh the Price any • orals al kng - th, _or that shall not to th e i•i,t bffore One ei'Clock on the said P on his behalf; attends to answer st also be accomparsiell by a . Zetter-signir4. "8 "a eupwing
May 26, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ST,ITE PRISONERS.

ST,ITE PRISONERS.

Since the prisoners were arraigned, Dr. Watson, on behdlf of himself and the other defendants, addressed the following letter to Lord Sidmouth TO VISCOUNT LORD SIDNOUTH. Tower, May 19, 1817. My LORD-1 am desirou3 to inform your Lordship, that I shall have occasion to subpcena se
May 26, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England