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GRAVESEND, MAY vs.

GRAVESEND, MAY vs.

Arrived the Ple.off, Howe, and Christian, Dame', kiln Stettin ; Creole, Marin, from St. Michael's; Duke of Fryer, for Rotterdam; Albion, Balrer,•from Bourdeaux ; Union,. Gal loway, fnou Harlingen ; Colonel Aiko, Lerman, (rum Buenoe Aires; Prirc:3s of Wales, Fox, from Ostend ; So
May 27, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
CUSTOM-HOUSE, MAY 26.

CUSTOM-HOUSE, MAY 26.

SUM ENTERED INWARDS.—The Emerald, Lee, fawn Maim; Ludwig Flier, --, from Stettin; Aiwa, --, front Dent7't ; Ceres, Taylor, from Tonningen ; Harmonic, Suhr, from Hamburgh; Equity. Haywood; and Adriatic, Davison, from Pinata; Gleaner, from Messina ; Recovery, Thorn, front Sa. Mich
May 27, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
BUIDGE-TOWN ASSEMVLIES.

BUIDGE-TOWN ASSEMVLIES.

THE Master of the Ceremonies has the honour to inform the subscribers that the FLfth Assembly Ball, for 1816, take place on IKiinesday the 281/ inst, at the Theaoe. N.B Dancing to commence at 8 o'C/ock and positively end at Z. May 4-2 a
May 27, 1817 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
By DAVI)) ,HpGHSONt LLD

By DAVI)) ,HpGHSONt LLD

By DAVI)) ,HpGHSON t LLD This Work is just completed in Twelve Numbers, uml forms two handsome volumes;_ the foolscap price Ins. the dewy, 21. as. in hoards. Each Number contains eight highlv-finished Engravings on Copper, and two or more an and :16 pages of Lettei-press, elegant
May 27, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, MU 24, to TLIEDAY, ArA 27, 117 _ . • •1. Bied,..BraMptnn Cumberland, guicee. ac,p,ar 16, -1% and July

SATURDAY, MU 24, to TLIEDAY, ArA 27, 117 _ . • •1. Bied,..BraMptnn Cumberland, guicee. ac,p,ar 16, -1% and July

3, at thp Hoards-arrnc„, braTnOtun. Attoulies, sts Alexander and New- inn, , - DIVIDENDS. June 16. J. Umery,; Bedloid, grother--.ll.ine and Street, Bucklersbury,--stationers —J one 14:4. Dam's, •81..*rtin's 'carpenter 7 -June 17. W. EL 1 - Luchard i Richmond-bbilding!, Soho, boo
May 27, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
KING'S 3 EVENING, Tiles(lo7,', by express desire,' Wit! be repeated;.Mozart's.ziand Opera,!eutitled IL VON. GIOVANNI. After whieh, the new grand Ballet

KING'S 3 EVENING, Tiles(lo7,', by express desire,' Wit! be repeated;.Mozart's.ziand Opera,!eutitled IL VON. GIOVANNI. After whieh, the new grand Ballet

of • ZULICA, OU LES PERUVIENS. . .. . . l'll ENTRF. ROYAL., lIRURIZ-LAN E. . k . ENI NG, Tuesday, their Malzstics Sert4 will perform the Tragedy of ' BA RBAROSSA. • Mr. Kean ; Barbarossa, Mr. Bengough ;, Otlit9an,l• I ", 1 1; Sadi, Mr. Barnard; Aladi D, Mr . . R.eiit ; OTheer,l
May 27, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HdAJBURGH AMIZ:

HdAJBURGH AMIZ:

.CO,NSTANTINCTLE, APRIL. 10.—The flotilla wilich A!giets some weeks' (and which the Sultan sent'as.a present to the'Dey) has bad a most unfortunate voyage . ; the ft igate has returned to Port greatly damaged; two vessels have been driven back upon the coasts of the Morea of the
May 27, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SrAPE PAPERS. roIFrERENCES BETWEEN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. " -, May. " The Conduct of tlie Government of Brazil, in in-

SrAPE PAPERS. roIFrERENCES BETWEEN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. " -, May. " The Conduct of tlie Government of Brazil, in in-

Vading the Spanish possessions in the River Plate, has occupied the attention of Europe as much on account of the Jet itself, as on account of the period in which it was done. All nations were convinced that the profoundest peace was necessary to heal the deep wounds which had b
May 27, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WHITSUN HULL 4111USEIVENTS.

WHITSUN HULL 4111USEIVENTS.

Yesterday morning, as soon as the rain ceased, and the weather began to clear up, the town was all alive with •groupes of holiday-makers, proceeding in various directions to the different fairs in the vicinity of the metropolis. For time immemorial, Greenwich has been the chief
May 27, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ARUNDEL M 2G.

ARUNDEL M 2G.

The Duke of NoarotA is expected to visit the Castle in the course of this week. Grare also intends to admit the Nobility anti Gentry view the magnificent interior of that ancient 'and structure, as soon as the grand vaintad window is fixed m the Baron's Hall. The extensive alter
May 27, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England