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ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

WATKRLOb BRIDGE— A SONG. written on the occasion op the opening op the new an in ?? junk, 1817, the ?? op the _*lmo- RAQLE BATTLE OP HATEHI ".O. BY JOHN LEE LEWES. AfR — " OA, And we some irig/U litile fs le of cur ctca." liti-r; Melodies. The Red Cross of F.ngland now proudly n
June 19, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
tbirs'iir of tiofiitidiJAtf.

tbirs'iir of tiofiitidiJAtf.

The folio* ing excellent AddreSs is so ?? lo hi* Grace the Duke of Ni vtcastle, that we cani hoi deny ours. Ives the pl ajere of lay tug it before oar lira tiers :— The Lord Lieutenant of the County of Nottingham is ex- tremely sorry to find ihat the atrocious plan, of which he
June 19, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesoat, June 17

HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesoat, June 17

F.arl GKOSVKNOIt presented a Petition from Chester against a further Suspension of the llabeus Corpus Act. The Bishop of CIIhSTKR observed that a loonier Petition from tlie same Ci;y would be presented 10-morrow In a Committee on the Suspension Continuance Hill, s rood deal of c
June 18, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSK OK COMMONS.

HOUSK OK COMMONS.

Sir F. BURDETT, referring U» hi* question to llie Ht** Lord last night, as to whether ibe notorious Mr. Reynolds uss appointed, or likely to be appointed, toa.ituuimn iwdrr b*»* vernment, said that to-morrow or nest day ne would tmm to Ihe House n Motion oa the subject. Mr. C. L
June 18, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TO THE PRINTER OF THE LEEDS MERCURY,

TO THE PRINTER OF THE LEEDS MERCURY,

No 5, St. Jatne.V.qiiare, June 18, 1817. Slß,— Yon have introduced my name in your last Paper in such a manner, as to induce me to desire tlit; insertion ia your next of the following statement: — You have suffered it lo be inferred, that a per-on of the name of Oliver was em;l.
June 21, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NEW THEATRE ROYVL, fcNf-I.ISH oi». .i rniiicp

NEW THEATRE ROYVL, fcNf-I.ISH oi». .i rniiicp

I'his present Kvei]Miar,rH li ?? Alter which. TWO Vtn.-fD-i. Valbelle. Mr. T. Sb.ui : Ro-ab 1. vl X v WiIh, THK BRIDOKTiIATCAKRII ?? U> S •• OVER. To which will he art. tf.i, l> >| ri J;. AH L'S? BIBURY RACKS, \. eom-dav, June 13. The Fit iy r '.tiinea- St .ke,. N- w ?? Sir J. C
June 21, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS Kenton-street, Brunswick-square, the Lady of Captain Thomas Barton, Royal Navy of son—The Lady of Goode, E*q. of Fitzroy-square,of a

BIRTHS Kenton-street, Brunswick-square, the Lady of Captain Thomas Barton, Royal Navy of son—The Lady of Goode, E*q. of Fitzroy-square,of a

son.--Inpevonsnire-pl ce he Lady Usborne, Esq. of a daughter.-At he Marquis of Bath's, Lady Campbell, the Lady ofthe Hon. J. F. Campbell, of S a GES. —Brigade-Major Rice Jones, Royal Engineers to Jane, daughter B.chard Jones, E.g. J Aldeate —At Camberwell, James Crichtou, Esq, C
June 16, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Turnpike Road leading f Biggleswade, through liuchdcii, to A'con'mry Hilt, and from S'litit Neots, through GrtU Paxton, to GodKtuncliesttr. "VTOTICE

Turnpike Road leading f Biggleswade, through liuchdcii, to A'con'mry Hilt, and from S'litit Neots, through GrtU Paxton, to GodKtuncliesttr. "VTOTICE

iicreby given. That all Persons hereafter travelling upon the said Roads, with Carts, or other such Carriages, the Tire whereof shall of less Dimensions than directed by the general Acts of Parliament made, and now in Force, " For regulating the Turnpike Roads," be liable the ad
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
To Millers, CUBIT'S PATENT SAILS. TOHN STAFFORD begs Leave to inform Millers, and others concerned with Wind Mills, that has

To Millers, CUBIT'S PATENT SAILS. TOHN STAFFORD begs Leave to inform Millers, and others concerned with Wind Mills, that has

mad-: Arrangements with the Patentee to ERECT these SAILS, which are-tar superior to any other in Use, having been proved, after much Experience, to have fatly answered their intended Purpose preserving : uniform, steady Motion doner the most uneven Gales of Wind, and keeping en
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
j GREEN FAIR. p TESTER, the While Hart Inn, 8. begs Leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that

j GREEN FAIR. p TESTER, the While Hart Inn, 8. begs Leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that

continues the PUNCH BOOTH, usual, anil hopes, having good ,'vtiNES, <ic. With every other Accommodation, to merit a Continuance of their Favours. Wellingborough, June To Gentlemen Graziers aud others. , , "VTOTICE hereby given. That there will A vcrv LARGE DROVE of DEVONSHIRE OX
June 21, 1817 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England