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May 24 1 l i tlO - NAP:IRTE'S it. He did ent think the House dkehofge 13 : . , „.... I. duty to the Po-pie of withont ha ---4.441.-- tht..NUMber WhiCli it :he state of that it was t.st article a so to Of IT merte of the most of Buo,Pa's private charac t er, that have yet Corsttu
May 26, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Portsmouth, Portsen, & Gosport.

Portsmouth, Portsen, & Gosport.

Saturday, May. 24. The Tigris frigate, Henderson, arrived tins «!av, from the Leeward Islands. She sailed from St. Kitt's ou the 14th April, where the Scaraauder, Elliott; Brazen, Capt. Stirling; and the Childers; Rear-Admiral Harvey, in the Antelope, Capt. Sayer, was at Barbado
May 26, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
DISSOLUTIONS OK HARTNKRSHiPS.

DISSOLUTIONS OK HARTNKRSHiPS.

DISSOLUTIONS HARTNKRSHiPS. Chilton and Boon, Bath, plumbert. Hughes and Simpson, Shrewsbury. J. and J. Gates, Great curriers. Hardin# and •Co. Bortsea, &c. coach-masters. Booth and Co. Hull, wharfingers. Drown and Co. Strand, tailors. Smith, ]uh. and Co. Louth, grocers. Smith and
May 26, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

j. \tVRY GRIEATl ?? a t I, GriqmaI I) being, Jimsi' 0rlilialdy ratt C,tIh.. Sli,.lp is ?? ftr III, Iivial I'llire Side a1 hiod, a, n a rtadticiian f 01111: a! arnotL ii ?? : Ist lt)n alrtilin's, sleti'aiiip, talrlc allbrl Cy' coull~ilte pailt ?? bilanht," sat suin Iasi ila as lac
May 26, 1817 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Frum the LONDON (*A2Ui J X, MAy

Frum the LONDON (*A2Ui J X, MAy

Frum the LONDON (*A2Ui J X, M Ay - T-heeCiasartte nbtifie-. t_nt the Pbirbb R_._ \ T has nt ,i_. E. .***«*^bCcku*.g. Esq. to be Consul f_ r Hanover ?? «aie. Deal, and Dover; lhai he bas ?? t.. ?? ' nßM__._>9Bl> pei_iiis--io.'i lo accept __d wear .he ?? i» ■Ra.gllt o» tit. Hennet.
May 26, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE LORDS. WafiSu \Y' brought from the ell! Some local bills were tahl« Linrfo w«r^H ,, aod ,h " se bills Cl r L lhßir re, pective stages, "° iw ° raut «>
May 26, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS, Saturday, May 24, 1817. Bank Stock, 256 India Stock. 3 Ct. lied. India Bds. JUt. pr. 3y.

PRICE OF STOCKS, Saturday, May 24, 1817. Bank Stock, 256 India Stock. 3 Ct. lied. India Bds. JUt. pr. 3y.

Ct. Cons. 73|72| Exc.Bills,«id. 10#. B#. lis. 4*■ Cents. Ditto, 3d. 14v. * Ct. Navy, § Ditto, 14s. 10*. pr. Long Ann. 18 9-16ths Cons. lor Accr. 7J|
May 26, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON.

SOUTHAMPTON.

SATURDAY. MAY 24. On Monday last the grand match at Cricket, tor guineas a-side, between Winchester and Southampton, was played our marsh, when, after a contest of two days, it was decided favour South- 1 by a majority of runs. The follow sne is correct report the match Southamp
May 26, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
FOR THE HEAD AND EVES. cordial ckphalic snuff ;* a effectual RemHy for Disorders in the Head, especially common Head-Ach.

FOR THE HEAD AND EVES. cordial ckphalic snuff ;* a effectual RemHy for Disorders in the Head, especially common Head-Ach.

lr Drowsiness and Giddiness; relieves Dimness* the Eyes; is excellent in curing Deafness ; and ij gre.tt service Hysietic and Paralytic complaints, and restoring the Memory *(hen impaired Disorders of the Heat}. It, is also a preservative against Aii". Sold the Proprietors, suns
May 26, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
CHRIST CHURCH PARISH.

CHRIST CHURCH PARISH.

H. SUMNER moved the reading Christ church i burial cround hill. Sir CHARLES MONCK opposed it. Notwithstanding the checks impttrd the house prevent any unfairness o» parties in private or local bills, he never knew an Instance in which more unlairn**ss had been sliown than the pa
May 26, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England