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1 nesdv. Mary Butler was chirged vf;T : ith stealing a gut watch and • chain from the person' of Isaac Morton. 'Ube prosecutor vas' a-• waiter 'at . -_the York Coffee tionsein Pickett Street s -and betl(en t'seiye and one o'clock at night, on the lath of May, eqwaVing to fircler
May 28, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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May 28, 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MORE ALGERINE CRUISERS IN THE CHANNEL'

MORE ALGERINE CRUISERS IN THE CHANNEL'

By letters received yesterday at LLOYD'S) it pears other Moorish vessels have been seen 011 1 coast. The Hind revenue cutter has come int° mouth, and after arming herself, sailed in part' them. An express has also been received it v e ;:• stating that one had been seen off Dover
May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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• I rht VOL. CXXI. _No. 9119. Thursday, May 29. VICTORY IN cinu. a Dispateh from General SAN 'MARTIN, I, ll nenes Ayres Army in Chili, to the Supreme r tne United ProvitieeS of South America, and slatc .arters, Santiago, February za, tBl7. FXCELLENT ktieS cf successful events, wh
May 28, 1817 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
parliamentary proceedings.

parliamentary proceedings.

I HOUSE OF LORDS. [On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdav, and Thursday, no business of public interest was transacted.] Friday, May 23. Lord Erskinc rose, pursuant to notice, -and called llie attention of the House to the subject matte-,- of Lord S|idmouth's Circnlar to the Magistrates
May 28, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
THE NORFOLK ELECTION.

THE NORFOLK ELECTION.

Mr. Core and his Pa. ty have received a rebuke from iheir own county, which ought to " abate their piide." We are a great nation, and we de- serve to be great. It is only such patriots as his Party who make us little. They, like the Tribunes of Rome, to serve party political pur
May 28, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRE.

THEATRE.

COVENT-GARDEN. The performances of Mr. Kem'sli; in that ran^e of characters in wiiich we have never known Ids equal, being now the last which we shall ever witness, are, as is most natural, unusually affecting. It _-as ?? ?? announced, thai this is to be (he last sea. on of hi.
May 28, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TRENCH PAPERS.

TRENCH PAPERS.

PABi«, May 21.— Yesterday the Kinb trftm-nrteal MH.ne_- withtbe Duke of K(carucu. Al a liitle. before tour ?? h:s.MAjfe>Tv got ?? his carriage, and look an ailing near t.o Canal of | 'Own q. The last intelligence from Consi-nlinople is pi.iu*ernip_ tho commotions at LSa.dad : an
May 28, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England