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TITE NATIONAL REGISTER.

TITE NATIONAL REGISTER.

THE DRAMA. At Ramer, 1 the 46th -- to the ime ()r r 1,.--N1 r. Criv, from the Chester Osborn, ot theatre, mule his tirtA on ltriflay night, as w. Wilitonso , . • Ralph. in the musical entertainment of Loa aro/ICest. ik„ n aLd He countenanco--and there late J. Bridge. et Winton!.
June 16, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON.

TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON.

TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASOnK 1.ILO ul z~tlJ tVKAASUAr'X~~. e The Court at different times on Wednesday was filled with persons of rank and note; among *eothers, we saw Lord Grey, with his son, a boy )O about nine years old ; Lord Holland, Lnrd Gros- venor, Lord Egremont, Lord Binning
June 16, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FIRE-OFFICE. RENEWAL Receipts for Policies, falling due at Midsummer, are now the hands of the several Agents of the Company.

FIRE-OFFICE. RENEWAL Receipts for Policies, falling due at Midsummer, are now the hands of the several Agents of the Company.

Insurances every description are effected on the most moderate terms. Stock on a farm may he insured one sum without the average clause, at 2s per Cent, per Ann. Losses by fire occasioned lightning have always been paid by this Office. Persons insuring for £300, upwards, will no
June 16, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS. JameS Mann, jun. Harburv, Warwicksh. shopkeeper. Henry Flooper, Frome Selweod, Somerset, cabinet-m. John R. Tripp, Congresbury, Somerset, miller. John

BANKRUPTS. JameS Mann, jun. Harburv, Warwicksh. shopkeeper. Henry Flooper, Frome Selweod, Somerset, cabinet-m. John R. Tripp, Congresbury, Somerset, miller. John

Stringer, Canterbury,draper. Thomas Holen, Manchester, tailor. John Batty Tootal, London, cornfactor. Robert Tripp, Bristol, draper. William Hunt, Portsmouth, town-carter. Thomas Trexler, Albion-buildings, London, silk-man. Enoch Taylor, Sandal Magna, York, corndealer. David Ban
June 16, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ROYAL VISIT TOTHE EGYPTIAN HALL

ROYAL VISIT TOTHE EGYPTIAN HALL

On Saturday the Duke of Gloucester, attended by Colonel Higgins, C lrniel Dai.ton, and Colon*-) Cotton, honoured the Egyptian Hall, in Piccadilly, wilh his presence. — Mr, Blt.i_c_, jun, received his Royal Highness-, and conducted him and Li* suite o\er the d'lferent exhibitions
June 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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It,tan fWOXTHOVERTtnLF. PACT.

It,tan fWOXTHOVERTtnLF. PACT.

AN Dean b* ath-Krd by l*man. lb* Ini in Lmiln lb* I'upiU of Mr. Smith. bate niml* frmtrr lmprn*rm*nt in Thrrr Lrttmt, ■ban could bar* hren acquired ia Siva from th* lama) Mod* of In.lru* lion. Mr. Swrm, by a oaculiir Mmr*mrnt ihr Arm. enable* bi* I“a jail 1., writ* |irrfe«tly Sm
June 16, 1817 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

• WEDNESDAY, June 11. j The Lord Mayor was .s,worn in, -out his s-at his bes. , Lnr<l F"'kc-to;i>> moved for a list all the names of co-.h»i-d und-r suspicion being disaffected lo lii? Government, a specification of their ages, occupations, and places arrest and detention. » The
June 16, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
GRAND SUMMER LOTTERY. JSIVEWRIGHT, having contracted with Government lor the NEW LOTTERY of 10,400 Tickets, which begins drawing the 9tli

GRAND SUMMER LOTTERY. JSIVEWRIGHT, having contracted with Government lor the NEW LOTTERY of 10,400 Tickets, which begins drawing the 9tli

of. July* submits the following Scheme, framed on the same principle as the last, which gave such universal satisfaction; but he flatters himself the present embraces important improvements, which will apparent to every one. SCHEME: 4. Prizes of. l 2o,(X)o Consols 10,000 Money..
June 16, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

We proceed now take riew of the situation of Ireland. From the North the South or the West,” says the Dublin Evening Port, and tt horns, there not single county in which disturbances hare not occurred—blit they are scriot'.s, indeed, in Munster, Kerry, Clare, Waterford, Cork', b
June 16, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Monday's & Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's & Tuesday's Posts.

n?non01110 ? - - S 'r T& 10 I esda Pusts. 4, ' y',T 0 - II0U TI-IF, PARI~S PAPERS. I'AltlS, I UNsI: f.. N {\'edii~e~vi~iVX at 40 milluttes Ipast Oftll" IIMaCh ill Ie I)nD-w g, 4!leiu g e, (Piecl ls s O (as dteatd o dau; h 11 bler a.t tbe (Anatt-az :f Ntfilli - icthe sixth Child n
June 16, 1817 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England