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ww COURTOf fc^U'S BJ-NCH, J«ke«. *:»

ww COURTOf fc^U'S BJ-NCH, J«ke«. *:»

ww COURT Of fc^U'S BJ-NCH, J«ke«. *:» L-'rd r*?!_r.vcnrro-»n *zom_nenced life London ?? ?? but r.c CSOsi of iEt. rest w *a fiied.
June 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MR.KEMBLE'S DINNER.

MR.KEMBLE'S DINNER.

fome few Members cf the Committee who are managing the Dinner to be given to Mr. Kemble oa his retiring from the Stage, had entertained an er- roneous notion, that Equality lit the Subscription should he a leading feature in the plan, und l>fat no one coald be permitted to give
June 16, 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
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OP' CHANCERY, Tuesday, Jcxe 1 The Loan Chancellor, on coming into Court (his day, inti- mated ihat be would give judgment in liie long pending cause of IJoifBR «. Knati hbili-, on tiie lirst day of ihe ensuing it rtn ; and also that i.c purposed -tying judgment in most of
June 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE LATE PLOT.

THE LATE PLOT.

The Lons Cu_.vesu_.oß stated iv the Home of Lords, " ihat lie had repeatedly said, before l.c l.eaid cf Castles, that the transaction of the Sd December was, in point of law, High Tit-ason, and this be had stated to his Colleagues.*- We have here the highest law authority in the
June 21, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MR. KF.MBLE.

MR. KF.MBLE.

The following Address was circulated on Mon- d.y night last, at Covent Garden Theatre. A copy in gold tetters on white satin, witit a superb crown 1 of laurel, was handed from the Pit to the celebrated I Talma, who sat in the orchestra, and was by that Gentleman thrown on the st
June 26, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
3ton-5-on -f&irttt.

3ton-5-on -f&irttt.

Jt'Nli iO. WHITEHALL, JU>B •0, 18IJ- y been pleased iv MM »«ai«e t " bu Majesty, «<» app""' l J" JJ'S™*- ;\ count Stranglord to he Hi-M-y * l - tl(irV tI Extraordinary and ?? ?? tbe Court oi avredtn.
June 14, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
TO CORRESPOSDENTS,

TO CORRESPOSDENTS,

TO CORRESPOS DENTS, The letnr «>f N. L. ?? ?? interest in ■ t,c aiseunal teats, is itittudrd t.» appear next Several olher fawners, 100 numerous to panicn 4 .. r ,■ . -lad have an eaily attention, it •* l.iflilydesir.-.ble thai communications des'utned (er prompt insertion, shoul
June 14, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
CARRABOO.

CARRABOO.

arc favoured hu Dr. IT:: with the additional circumstances relative to -iroo, the interesting fern aV, described Dr. r . our last Chronicle: * l S «uirelay cvt ninfj, aSout o’clock, Carrahoo arrived llie Inn in this city. 'P* pea red, tint the driver caravan invited her ride; an
June 12, 1817 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DOVVNS’s HOTEL, FOLEY ARMS, MALVERN. DOWNS, with lirvcere thank* for favours re• li»8 tlv.' moll »<• iMform the Nubility and

DOVVNS’s HOTEL, FOLEY ARMS, MALVERN. DOWNS, with lirvcere thank* for favours re• li»8 tlv.' moll »<• iMform the Nubility and

rithera bis kinl Frlendi, by their continued and oatii>yge. gret experienced Jal! fraf.in, in want room) forego p!jj#n^(n4rj^lvaiir-p*- entertaining a great number of Famii|e« who condefcrndlngty wi(he<lV> Tmv#nv<>nrrd the F»*lrv Arms with tf»e»r company, hr ban induced, lince l
June 12, 1817 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England