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The PRINCESS of WALES'S PAMPHLET.

The PRINCESS of WALES'S PAMPHLET.

she, FALYCESS' ," W41 EVS ZAIfPIILZ'T. A Nnrsai crg P. erfonetaisss tie following abstract of the ionr- . rs .* t!L' elinev n i'f W\altes distrihbuld, at Iullicel, and o:iir c ohd a1i;ces, dturing hlr late ?? in Germany y N actlst sul~EIG ' ?? ?? L or S N ES.I nt Thavet t Ei, ORi
May 28, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

?4,YSEmBLY. On Wednesday night. 11 a Right Illonti ornal! the Enrl of Er- ?? his Ataj 's ?? ii to liiti (jeohn :i A.,hltV of the Clhurch ofi S ?? 1tI ld e at b[vitt ist ?? o'lock,1 if) MercYOMIats' 1i1rlt SNIRl e I'l' 'll PI I' cit 1i 0' .\iagi-trat Wes rei, accordoig- I:) ti¢t i
May 28, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
, COLWTY ELECTION. "St paper we gave an account of the first 1 al iliis very strongly contested Election, jj-pmeeeded

, COLWTY ELECTION. "St paper we gave an account of the first 1 al iliis very strongly contested Election, jj-pmeeeded

to'tht- close ofthe Sth day(Friday) • r; 'U declined any further procrastination **i and «c give the following result of the "fared at the dose of each day, viz. j t ( Wodehouse Pratt " Majority ■f 1014 635 378 ! '-" 1228 088 018 *j 909 8-20 707 r? 495 615 587 ~ ! 252 252 st_7 =
May 28, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
MARRIED —At St. Michael's, Glocester, Mr. Rd. Thompson, coal-merchant, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. J.Cox, of the Barton, both

MARRIED —At St. Michael's, Glocester, Mr. Rd. Thompson, coal-merchant, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. J.Cox, of the Barton, both

this city.—At. St. Martin's in the Fields, London, by the Rev. Dr. Potts, Mr. Rd Brydges, of the Hay-market, to Mrs. Emery, laic Bishop sgate-street.—At Dixton Church, Mr. J. vV. Partridge, of Bowbridge, near Stroud, to Miss Phillips, of Newton Court, near Monmouth.—Mr. Powell,
May 28, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
AtNo.e, MINCING-LANK, On FKItJAY, the 30th Instant, at One predsely, 11HE FOLLOWING GOODS, VIZ. Bales Cotton 200 Casks and Bags

AtNo.e, MINCING-LANK, On FKItJAY, the 30th Instant, at One predsely, 11HE FOLLOWING GOODS, VIZ. Bales Cotton 200 Casks and Bags

Plantation Coffee Samples to be seen on the morning of sale, at No. 6, Mincing-lane : where Catalogues may he had. WM. ANDKItSON. Broker.
May 28, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
from the eternal 'Jan.:a 3. - if our a;tny and navy was religions, -7,*alwiis be sure - fie had heard

from the eternal 'Jan.:a 3. - if our a;tny and navy was religions, -7,*alwiis be sure - fie had heard

the son of his beloved Monarch tat; that's soldier unacquainted with religion, did not go into the field with half the c iurage that those possessed who welt inspired by the Bible. It was of the utmost importance; therefore, to supply our brave warriors with the word of God. Onl
May 28, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
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May 28, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
NEW SOUTH WALES.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

. Advice: have reachod town from this Settle:. plea), are sorry to Say represews it to b e in t y ~ lsttitherl state, lamentably retrograding in point i•f p:osperil. Wretched as are the elements of which this establishinent is, in great part, composed, we cannot wonder at the sl
May 28, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
LITERdTURE.

LITERdTURE.

May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

BOW-STREET. Yesterday John 1;r - ou — git - 1;;fore the Sitting Magistrate, by Jeremiah Maidment, one of the patrole, who stated that he was in the tsar of the Coach and Horse, Charles-street, Drury-lane, about half-past eleven o'clock, on Sunday night. The prisoner, whom he rec
May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England