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THE NOJiFOLK ELECTION.

THE NOJiFOLK ELECTION.

As'soon the result of tile Poll w.is declared the High Slieiiff, and Mr, Wodehouse had b.vn declared to duly s leeted, rose under considerable emotion, and addressed the Court follows Centlkmr.n—l*’keciiolpf.rs Nori olk—l know not by what strange emotions the heart man is govern
June 2, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW TIJEATIIE-UOYAL, ENCLISIi HOUSE. I'ertonmnces this This Theatre will coiui. mence TO-M()lltl()\V, June 7, when will reprejem«..! in new Opera

NEW TIJEATIIE-UOYAL, ENCLISIi HOUSE. I'ertonmnces this This Theatre will coiui. mence TO-M()lltl()\V, June 7, when will reprejem«..! in new Opera

(aitere.l frntn » Comedy, written aii,. Jinnnu lijillie, arrangnl Musical Drama, with the -pur. i mi the caileil the KI.KCTIOM ; in which :iir. 1. J ilimtmi, formerly ot the Itoyal, Covent Garden i.:;. 111. ike his first appearance in this Theatre. ronclmW with ti.e popular Oper
June 6, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
rmc late spea Rial

rmc late spea Rial

The Order 'he l)iy for the consideration of the Prince Kegent’s Message i .-.'htive Lord Colchester, the lute Speaker, being read. The Kiri LiVIiIIPOOL rose propose uti Address to his Koval Higfiness, in answer the Me-sage. was not Ins intention io detain their J/inlehipsby deta
June 6, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE COURIER. Fit WAY LTKVTVf;, JUS EG. have intelligence tins morning from various parts : have observations to make too

THE COURIER. Fit WAY LTKVTVf;, JUS EG. have intelligence tins morning from various parts : have observations to make too

upon the proceedings in the House Commons last night; but the subject to wliich we are trreshibly called upon to direct our lirst attention, is t!)e Trial the Court King’s Bench I’/oailer upon two informa'iops for libel published periodical work called the lEuck these trials hav
June 6, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SALES OF ESTATES.

SALES OF ESTATES.

SALES ESTATES. Freehold estate To be sold. Tithe Free and Land-tax redeemed, a complete I'AIE, of upwards of Acres, situate in most picturesque and unusually healthy country, 34 miles from London, with a good Mansion, two distinct Farms, with all necessary buildings, and Ten Cott
June 12, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
lied near HtiVnorn —CHO Lots of superior llonseholcl furniture, three lieJsteaJs, gilt ami japan cornices, tent ditto, prime seasoned Goose

lied near HtiVnorn —CHO Lots of superior llonseholcl furniture, three lieJsteaJs, gilt ami japan cornices, tent ditto, prime seasoned Goose

and Down tiding, excellent Mahogany Trafalgar Sidebnaid, set Patent joining Tables to lit, elegant Drawing-room suite three Curtains, Chairs, Couch correspond, Rosewood, Mahogany, Card, Sofa, Pembroke, and Heading Tables, fine Cut Cl 24 * m Decanters, Wine Glasses, &c. fine Prin
June 20, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Mr. SMVniE miotiined, t!iat tbe Act of J8I'! had been coii'i-queiice of repeated petitions irom IJo'iksellers arid Publishers, complaining the

Mr. SMVniE miotiined, t!iat tbe Act of J8I'! had been coii'i-queiice of repeated petitions irom IJo'iksellers arid Publishers, complaining the

unsettled, nature the Jaws re,«- pecting Cojlyright. It was question settled and decided to the ifttisfaction ail. Why should tlie Honourable Baronet wish to ruhe old emliers ? Mr. was not present When the question had been discussed ISI4. But knew that the Act ciihipelted autho
June 20, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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June 17, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
barrhters front Inti, after the retirement the Jury, stood u}>, as did Mr. Watson, folding his arms. Afterwards, he wrote

barrhters front Inti, after the retirement the Jury, stood u}>, as did Mr. Watson, folding his arms. Afterwards, he wrote

a note to Mr. Hanner, his solicitor, then conversed with Mr. Wetherall, who was on the floor of Court, and received Mr. Harnier's answer. The Officer, whose care the Jury were committed, took the following oath : You shall well and truly keep this Jury without meat, drink, or fi
June 17, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
No. '<72l. rom the LONDON GAZETTE of Saturday the of 1817. PRIZE MONEY-GRANT the. An «y which .served uudei the

No. '<72l. rom the LONDON GAZETTE of Saturday the of 1817. PRIZE MONEY-GRANT the. An «y which .served uudei the

ConimiPd Field ««»“42 «U£33 GIVEN, to the Act of the Geo. 111. Up. 85, that the the oroportioft th lLhi ° a(or<:,aid Ara»y, which appertain* i. ilritis.j I roups Will commence and take place, accurdin • to U Etrecttoiis and Regulation* contained in the sail Grant at allows . • •
June 25, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England