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MRS. fVENTWORTirS GRAND PARTY.

MRS. fVENTWORTirS GRAND PARTY.

The entertainment given by this elegant Lady, at her house in Grosvenor-square, on Wednesday' last, was of the most elegant and sumptuous description, and was attc:ided by all the distinguished leaders of Ihe fashionable world. Among others we notfeed — The Duke and Duchess of L
June 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

HOUSE OF LORDS, Tiesdat, Joan 10. The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat on the Woolsark about a quarter before four o'clock, and after prayers were read, their Lordships proceeded to dispose of the private or local Bills upon the table. The Colonial Murders Punishment, the Poor's Re
June 11, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ADJOU It N El) 1N Q U EST.

ADJOU It N El) 1N Q U EST.

ADJOU It N El) 1 N Q U EST . fin Monday night, ihe Jury which sat last T'liir-day. Nt Ihe King and Queen, corner of Duke -street ai.d Oxford si reel, Portmiin-Square, before Ta- sus Stiru.vg, l>q. foi the purpose of invest igaling the cause of the deaili ef Mr. i\rv*„>n, ihe wife
June 11, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WATERLOO BRIDGE,

WATERLOO BRIDGE,

Mr. Wf.i-leslky Pole is arranging with the Wi*. terioo Bridge Committee the ceremony to be ob-. served upon openi g that magnificent work, on the 18th, the Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. The Recent, the Duke of Ypn_, and the Duke of Wellington, will head the procession,
June 14, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS, Jukes.

PRICE OF STOCKS, Jukes.

PRICE OF STOCKS, Juke s. Hank Stock 257 58 I India Stock .15 174 Navy 5 pet Cent. 105 j* 5 j India Bonds 81 82 ■ * _ siri Cent. 90JJ } Exchequer Bills % 9 12 10 .per Cent. Ren. 72j$ SlllS'ftlh a per Cenl. Cons. s>.ut j Consols for Joly 7 -'» 4 31 B-nk Long Ann. JBi Ul6 | Slate Lo
June 6, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

lIOUSE OF LORDS, Tues-ba'T, Junk 3 SPEAKER.* tbe COMMONS-ROYAL APPROBATION About halt p.i-t three o'clock, the LonDCriANc___oß,th_ Mar- qaisof CHoL.VtMWB-tET. the Earls of LIVERPOOL. KATHtJBST,and SaAViBcBtiBV, being robed, took their seats, as his Majesty's Commissioners, on th
June 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

_ „ FRENCH PAPERS. lARts, May 31.— Yesterday the King gave audience to ll.e Duke of Richelieu, and at half-past tl.ree o'clock rode out iv the direction ot Cboisy. Preparation, ure making at the Hotel de la Revniere, for the receptor, of the Duke of Welliicgton. His Grace is ei-
June 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ItU RL BO ROUGH FAMILY NJSIE.

THE ItU RL BO ROUGH FAMILY NJSIE.

WHITEHALL, MAY 26, 1817. His Royal Highness (he Prince Regent has been pleased, in the name and on the behalf of his Ma- jesty, to grant unto the Most Noble George Spencer, Duke of Marlborough, Marquis of Bland- ford, Karl of Sunderland and Marlborough, Baton Spencer, of Wormlei
June 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCTKTV

SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCTKTV

On Whitftionday the Parade ,n front of the H.ir-e Gnard- presented a scene highly delightful, as i: was Hie arniml meet of tbe Children of the Schools belonging to t.e W-.t London Sunday School Society. There were at least 2.1.0 children pre- sent, who, aftrr singing a hymn, pro
June 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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?? ' '"- %V " 1 MRS. DU FRH'S GR,'.SD BALL- hi Portl-ind-plac**, on Thursday nigl t, wn*-of thtS * most splendid d.-_ ciipti n. Thr* three noble skat- ii._j- ' rooms were brilliautly Uium'mated by • magnificent chandeliers and Homau lamps; every recess wa_ de- ciirftt-'d-with flo
June 21, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England