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C Tin's day is puHished, ONSIDERATIONS on the DOCTRINES of the EVANGELICAL CLERGY, and the PROBABLE EFFECTS of EVANGELICAL PREACH**

C Tin's day is puHished, ONSIDERATIONS on the DOCTRINES of the EVANGELICAL CLERGY, and the PROBABLE EFFECTS of EVANGELICAL PREACH**

S£ RMON preached at Fronie, in Somersetshire, Monday the'2d June 1817, at the Visitation of the orship.u! and Rev. Charles Satidifcid, Archdeacon of Wells, by the Rev. RICHARD WARNER, Vicar Norton St. Philips, Somerset, and Rector of Great Chalfield, Wuhan Introduction- and Note
June 16, 1817 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
DISTC/ H HA XCES

DISTC/ H HA XCES

DISTC/ XCES KNGMNI). The Nuttini'buiH id rriilay brings the follow.ng account the late disturbances in and Nottinghamshire : We scarcely, know how express our feelings in iecording the occurrences tif this week, occurrences happily •if very unusual nature, and such hope never aga
June 16, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
DUTCH PAPERS.

DUTCH PAPERS.

STOCKHOLM, 27.1—The discharged .Lietttenktot Liodetieldt, who was Itrrested on H charge, of high treason, haying, in the night of, the 13th of Muy hang himself with his handkerchief in the guard-house, his body, as a warning to others t has been hurried by the hangman. This Limi
June 16, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WLI)NESI).%Y. Jvriv 11.

WLI)NESI).%Y. Jvriv 11.

The LOrT) MAYOR WAS by Mr. and Mr. CtI.CR wrr, and took the usual oaths and is !scat for the City of London. INIPRISONSII NT OF SUSPECTED PERSONS. Lord FoLcsense rose to muse, as an instrnetinn to the Committer appointed to cuntider the papers referred to their consideration, wh
June 16, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
40r4t narzerioN.

40r4t narzerioN.

Mr. sowed concluded lilt short cowrie of Lectures on Architecture at the Royal Institution on Sodur. day last, to a most numerous assembly of ladies and gentlemen. He described with enthusiasm the chase and elegant beauty of the Greek monuments, and lamented the degradation of t
June 16, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PARALLEL BETWEEN THE CHARACTERS OF THE HONOURABLE JOHN WILLIAM W— AND JUNIUS BRUTUS B—, ESQ.

PARALLEL BETWEEN THE CHARACTERS OF THE HONOURABLE JOHN WILLIAM W— AND JUNIUS BRUTUS B—, ESQ.

PARALLE.L BRTWEEN THE CT4ARACTF;RS OF 'THE 1IO(NOURtA1BLE. .TOIIN lVILLIAMI NV ANID JUNIUS 1'RUTUS B-- , ESQ. Seldom has it-been that one period, we had nearly said one century, has had the proud distinction of pro- I ducing two men possessing such supereminent talents as the two
June 16, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. SOANE'S LECTURE.

MR. SOANE'S LECTURE.

Alm. SOANTE'S LECTURE. NMr. Soane concluded his short course of Lectures on Architecture, at the Royal Institution, on Saturday last, to a most numerous assembly of ladies and gentle- men. Hie described with enthusiasm the chaste and elegant beauty of the Greek monuments, and lam
June 16, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MRS. LAW'S BALL.

MRS. LAW'S BALL.

The above fashionable Lady gave an elegant ball and supper on Friday night, in Portland-place. The magnificent mansion was illuminated in a style of gre.it splendor ; the other decorations were in uni- son. The accomplished Miss Gardiner led off the Quadrilles wilh a Military Ge
June 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE DEMOISELLES DE LIIIU.

THE DEMOISELLES DE LIIIU.

Never, pet haps, did appearance excite greater expectation in the fashionable world. These distinguished Ladies were honoured, at their Concerts, •virh a ma.-i numerous assemblage of ilu* first families in Ihe United Kingdom: ll.ey took place at the residence of his Ex- cellency
June 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TII E AT R IS.

TII E AT R IS.

COYF.NT-G .RDLN, Mr. Kemble acted King John on Saturday for Ihe last lime. lie did uot appear in excellent health, but hi* performance was in many instances highly effective, and, as a whole, failed not to add to those feelings of regret, inspired by the neat approach of that mo
June 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England