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MR. O'COONNELL AND SIR N. CONANT.

MR. O'COONNELL AND SIR N. CONANT.

MiR. O'CONNEIL AN) Slit N. CONAN'I. We understand that on Thursday last, Sir NT. Conant called at the Holylanid's hotel, in the absence of AMr. ('Connell, and requested to know at what hour AMr. O'Connell would be at home. HeI called again on Fri- day morning, and was ?? into Mr.
June 9, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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BOOKS PUBMSISMl THIS DAY. I In Fsvo.pi-,s CORRECTED REPOR1T 3o~f the SPEECHI of thle Utt. I-Ion' GE1011GR CASNNING, ini die "14e-s ukf eonmlo~s, on Tile dav May 6ith, rn Mr. I x if vaw (5\ 2,I1- 'r ro c. N M (XN'4( ;~ ?? to LIS)30\Pc ittd far.John Milirriv, Allberarle-street. !n
June 25, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 24.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 24.

-a ==he LONDON TFA June4. W R1 (n ,- E, Jtsc.24. rbe ttodernienrioi lld bffcers to h'avq a step .,of rank in the IArmy, hanyg b(ein onir.ted in forther ?? for ecii- icrvi ittbin thf-ficklit C'iMIIISSIrx. 0 TO BtiltE Jt'0E 21, 181F . M.AJoan-)T rtin I c- att of 6trh 'Foot-Gertrge
June 25, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
KING'S THEATRE.

KING'S THEATRE.

KING'S TR-WATRE. Mr. NALLDI respectfully infornms the Nobility, Gentry and Public in general, that his BRNEFIT NIGHi'T will take place To0-55r', n vlwen MIfozart's celebrated Opera of COSI FAN TUTTE, will be performed (for the first and only time thissea- son(. P'rincipal Charact
June 11, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RETIREMENT OF MR. KEMBLE.

RETIREMENT OF MR. KEMBLE.

RETIREMIENT or MR. KEMBLE. THEATRE, COVE zT-GA-tDE\.-MYr. KEawLEa performed last ni:ght for his benefit, and took leave of the public in the character of Criolaunas. The de- parture from the staoe of a Gentleman to whose classi- cal taste and unwearied assiduity in the improvemen
June 24, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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ONSTEURi TAL-KA AND MADEM01- (CAL and 1 N.~l'TRUMElNTl. , L uI ISIC, in trspermxd with litch ditunt, anld ezttler the l'actrotttge of svvnral hi' hly (lttm t i;F N Ni., ill Ile gp1VC:] a lX\I)Cs)N Cj'EfT ol VOCAL and ?? ii ?? 'rsesdwt klecitatioco.4 extractcd, frnon the tnsist po
June 19, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OPENING OF WATERLOO BRIDGE.

OPENING OF WATERLOO BRIDGE.

I OPENIN'G OF WATERLOO BRIDGE. _ Y~esterday, about a quarter past two o'clock,, the Duke of Wellington passed through St. James's Park, in his carriage, attended by his Aid dc Camps, unob- served by th~e mulatitude till he got near the Parade, when hie was recognized by a few who
June 19, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 17.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, June 17.

11wI - - 7 A ?? ,ne 17. BANKltUl'CY SUPEiRSEDED. G. Bennett, of Little Fccleston, Laiicashire, tanner. BANKRICP'FS. 1-. A. Fletcher, late of Oldham, L.ancasbire, cotton-spinner, June ::o, July 1, and 29, at ten, at the Dog 'Favern, jManchas- ter Attornies, Messrs. I-Turd, Shasv a
June 18, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARODY ON "RODERIGH VICH ALPINE HO! IEROE!"

PARODY ON "RODERIGH VICH ALPINE HO! IEROE!"

PARODY ON 1 RODERIGH VItC ALPtNE HO! . . . IEROR!E- Ilk WRZT'E25 71Y Slit. AtEXANSDEi, 5ltriukEn. roR OLD SARUIM, Z; GRA--T -7TD oTFn"- JsNv 'ARJ Hail to the rat who in ?? advances, l Hloncured and blessed be tile T'ool of the Court! OZS, L~ong may thet right of monopolized franc
June 12, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

.*IM1'EUIL PAXttAMSENT I TR, IEI ND. GR EAT BRITAIN AnO DSLAM.- HOUSE OF .(orIunS, Te.'z 19. Thc (reC;rk of k'c Peace Fees Beguiat-oli 1sU uvas read a ihird time and prassed. A greabllto ?? r of the Vousim "trr Scott presented an Account of the number of Fines paid itnto toe Char
June 20, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England