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June 14, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON.

TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON.

COfJRT OF KING'S BENCH, WESTMINSTER HALL, The State Prisoners were conveyed under the usual escort of Life Guards, with the Lieaienant and other Otli. er, ..I itit Tower, from thence t» Westminster Molt, where t.it-v arrived at twenty minutes past eight o'clock. IVaUon wan pas'
June 14, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIAN MATCH ON WORMWOOD SCRUB!!**

PEDESTRIAN MATCH ON WORMWOOD SCRUB!!**

RAfjEB and EatoM bolh conti&oeJ to v.alk tiii eleven u'clnek on Titorsday night, when the former had comp.et.-d miles Hie Inner sT*>* -Yesterday morning tftey baih started at aquar, ter before foiir. At fpur in the afternoon Baker was emerinw upuq his 4ath mile; JiAtosr 45-J. *-
June 14, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
' *» jtyJ?(Moa,** : ' The latter end Jn.y. Shit sooner ; Contract, desn side Small Farms, one upward- .»f

' *» jtyJ?(Moa,** : ' The latter end Jn.y. Shit sooner ; Contract, desn side Small Farms, one upward- .»f

fwtty acres, the other upwards n# twenty acres of uxcelkat aiable Laiidu i wiihexteu-ive lights commou. Possess ion Michaelmas next. Apply to Mr. os, Solicitor, Harlestoo,' letter, post-paid. </."■■' i ' .it. sxjftwss .-■ **,•!;;■«■. T*»he CO.MKAC , lAREI ARE tolluwiMg very valu
June 21, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THIIITY-THIRD ANNIVEKbAU\ 131 NNEIt of the St. Mary-le-bone General Di«peimry, in Wrlhrrk-Uteet, Cavendi4h-»quare, will he held at the 1 avern,

THIIITY-THIRD ANNIVEKbAU\ 131 NNEIt of the St. Mary-le-bone General Di«peimry, in Wrlhrrk-Uteet, Cavendi4h-»quare, will he held at the 1 avern,

Great Queen-street, on Fan) 1 *» next, June 6. Jjmuer on tlie Table hall pant clock.—No alter sir JAS. CUAUAM, 'Birt. M. P. Vice President, the Chair. Villiam Goslhtg, R«q. . *' U T-« N. W. Colbotue, Eaq. Willi N-ble, 1 ,'q. WBHIfa Tilllls, K*q. - J ,^, ," Jur# Mr. Joseph Hobbs,
June 4, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
I'lie Public arcrespeciiullv in* O .formed that the riUNCE COBOURG, racket. Weeks sails every Tuesday; and in future the Cl!

I'lie Public arcrespeciiullv in* O .formed that the riUNCE COBOURG, racket. Weeks sails every Tuesday; and in future the Cl!

i'i’.Ul'l Packet, Wood,every Priday, for HAVRE GRACE- Education.— .a clergyman the ciuuch England, resident the South of France, receives few young Gentlemen into his Family, whom prepares for the English Universities Parents who wish to unite Classical Education the principles
June 7, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIP. —One or two Gentlemen who can jointly or'separately furnish a Capital 20,000/. may become Partners in Establishment about be

PARTNERSHIP. —One or two Gentlemen who can jointly or'separately furnish a Capital 20,000/. may become Partners in Establishment about be

formed, under peculiarly favourable circumstances, at one of the printipal ports of the Mediterranean. Both or either may, if agreeable, re-ide in this country, provided one of them engages to active in promoting the interests of the concern. Apply, if hy let er, post paid, Mess
June 7, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
New police report—second KEI’OKT the Committee of the H<>u4c Comn-.uns «n the POLICE, together with the Minute* Evidence, will be

New police report—second KEI’OKT the Committee of the H<>u4c Comn-.uns «n the POLICE, together with the Minute* Evidence, will be

|>ul>li-<lK’d m tew day* by Mr. Clement, 192, Strand. HANSARD’* PAULI DEBATES. The G2d, 3’d, and 31ih Volumes of this Work, comprising the whole the last Session of Parliament, have been sums time published ; the Volume (if the present Session will ready tew weeks, price if. lls
June 7, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
This day is published, large Volume, Bvo. price I-is. rpHE PUINCiPLES POPULATION and JL thpy are t!»e Progress of ;

This day is published, large Volume, Bvo. price I-is. rpHE PUINCiPLES POPULATION and JL thpy are t!»e Progress of ;

with a View Moral Political Ct»nseqaencc9.—-liy JOH N D, jun £m|. F K.S. l,c»nJr>nT Printed for IldlJwio, Cradock, .foy, W. Iliacliu'ooi, Dublin.
June 7, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. MOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, Junk 6. Evidence was heard Miller’s Divorce Dill. J'urther cond«ler«ioi) <>n Thursday. - I’lie

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. MOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, Junk 6. Evidence was heard Miller’s Divorce Dill. J'urther cond«ler«ioi) <>n Thursday. - I’lie

tlificers Hill, the Saving I.m.cs liill.t.ie Hnc,r £>a,r Bill, Copper M,,and some I’rivate ihlls, ii ;> from the Commons, and rea a fir«t time. BaUry’s Divorce Bill was also returned, and agreed to without amendment . . , „, . Lor i presented Petition from Edmund homas Waters, p
June 7, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England