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BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Edinburgh, Lady of Captain Hodgson, R.N. of a son. Friday setanight, at the Vicarage, Clialcumbe, near Balm ), the Lady of the Rev. W. D. Conybeare, of a (laughter. MARRIEu. Tuesday, at St. George's, Hanover square, Captain John Wee, R.N. to harriet, daughter of the live John
May 28, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PROM LLOYD’S BOOKS.

PROM LLOYD’S BOOKS.

Extract of a Letter from the Agent Lloyd Vat ttaenos Ayres, dated the oth of March“ The American ship Ctifton, of 34 arrived here on the 10th ult* from Biluinore, and with the schooner Davie, her tender, are part of A squadron 1 f six vessels, fitted out in the United Slates, «9
May 28, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SHIPS FOR FREIGHT &c.

SHIPS FOR FREIGHT &c.

Has great part of her Cargo engaged, For LEGHOKN and GENOA, GENOA and LEGHORN, THE fine fast-sailing Brig BURE, Al. Bnr; Tons. Samuel Harris, Commander Lying at Horselydown. For Freight Passage apply to the Commander, or to ST, It 11K, GREEN, and NILKOLS, 33, Seething-lane; John
May 28, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRIACEHS OF lI'ALES.

PRIACEHS OF lI'ALES.

PRIACEHS lI'ALES. ibis day publish the conclusion of the work which relates to her Koval Highness. It is far from declining in interest. were much mistaken, find, in attributing the work to any such person as the aulhoi of the spirit ilik Bonk hut we had not then seen the »l."le
May 28, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Just puhlisbedrd, PLANTA'S NEW PICTURE OF PARIS; or. The Stranger’s (Jr.’de to the French Metropolis; accurately describing tlie Public Kstablishments,

Just puhlisbedrd, PLANTA'S NEW PICTURE OF PARIS; or. The Stranger’s (Jr.’de to the French Metropolis; accurately describing tlie Public Kstablishments,

remarkable Edifices, Placet Amu-entent, and every other object worthy of notice : also, a Description of the Environs of Paris, and the various Routes Engl nd, with particular Hints Travellers, icc. Illustrated by M ips, Plans. Views, &c. Sixth Edition, enlarged and improved. Pr
May 28, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Wednesday's Post.

Wednesday's Post.

LONDON, MONDAY, MAY 26. HIS Majesty's ship Tigris, 42 guns, Capt. Henderson, arrived at Portsmouth, on Saturday, from the Leeward Island station, last from St. Kitt's, days, bringing dispatches for Government from Rear-Admiral Harvey, announcing a revolution in the Brazils, whic
May 28, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
OF HEREFORD. THOMAS FREAME, Jun. CABTNFT- \fAKFR iff UPHOLDER, ESPECTFULLY informs the Gentry, his V Friend*, and the Inhabitants rtf

OF HEREFORD. THOMAS FREAME, Jun. CABTNFT- \fAKFR iff UPHOLDER, ESPECTFULLY informs the Gentry, his V Friend*, and the Inhabitants rtf

Hereford, and its Viciniry, that has Opened in the above line, Byestreet with a Fashionable Assortment CABINET and UPT'ILS TER V ARTICLES, which he enabled «ell upon advantageous terms. F >m the highly respectable Families his Father has had honour serving in the neighbourhood,
May 28, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
/111.,1TARY FJ

/111.,1TARY FJ

18:i: Toot, Chatham Colcheston. tali, Gosport 32d, Portsmout: - .. Hull 3Cth, Portsmouer. Glocester 51. , it Iw. I'ortmolith lluddersf. , .;ld. 6401, 6.1'1., Ctiestcr 900,, l'lymoteli • arn Stull Corp, nytlx, CIIAIIVF.L ¶3(b Foot, Jersey sc n :.. L?: D. Cart:lrl/. sth Dragoon Gu
May 28, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
lamity of the lire which broke out in tie town lut taght, w: sincerely gratified on his arrival, at three

lamity of the lire which broke out in tie town lut taght, w: sincerely gratified on his arrival, at three

n'e,ock this th,.)rr.ing,to and the conflag,r'stion had br!en viit•et LI Jued plownt and immediate assistance of Nary and the tr•Jups has produced the hnnpy restitt bya'tipb grt• a part of the town ha, been sa , :ed !Nat k..l,tai Stt The Caininander of the Forces the.ieforeiftic
May 28, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England
 
consisted chiefly of fruits and sweetmeats. It is remarkable.whatever be the cause, that the Vice Roy, id notea go through

consisted chiefly of fruits and sweetmeats. It is remarkable.whatever be the cause, that the Vice Roy, id notea go through

the C eremony of ta k i n g lve. It may be considered that after this hasty sketch, something should be said of the Vice Roy's deportment on this important occasion. To those acquainted w i th this charactr, it will b e unnlcessary to say any thing of his appearance, wailer than
May 28, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India