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GAELIC SCHOOLS.

GAELIC SCHOOLS.

GAELIC S6ROOLS. F r I I *1 F The Right Hon. the EARL of MORAY, President., , VIcePresidentl.-Right Honourable tile Earl of Selkirk Right Honourable the Earl of Breadalhane; Reverend David Johnstsn, D. D. ; Charles Grant, Esq NI: 11. ; Jaites Dou- glas, E-q of Cavers; Robert Dotwn
October 11, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LITERARY NOTICES.

LITERARY NOTICES.

No. 32. Papets r-r7avte to c'bifizcatiolt and Public Insb'ilction. - tnicrdin- .ortre-ponrtece wtla tlhe RJssifza Emperor aed? d'rts Capstled AmteurfitieS in the America~n United Stltes. Pzullished by Jeremy flentalhon, 1817. r-rric worl-3 of Mr. Bentham have produced very littl
October 12, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
NAVAL 13172ILL1GENCE.

NAVAL 13172ILL1GENCE.

FALMOUTH, OCTOBER ie. Arrived yesterday the City of Bourdeaur, NM, from Bourdeauz for Dundee. Sailed today the Benevolent Ilfracombe, Fox, and Crown transports, for Cult; and his Majesty's ship Henost on a crwze. The Prince Ernest packet for Lisbon, and Noctisn packet for the Br
October 13, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
ID PR EVEN! ED. many attempts that are daily the unwary a spurious Blacking prepared by Day an Martin, they

ID PR EVEN! ED. many attempts that are daily the unwary a spurious Blacking prepared by Day an Martin, they

Labsd, in which their address, ligh , that they trust an attention to this, type, which is unlike all letter-press, once to detect the Invosition. The , ma 'e by DAY and MARTIN, P 7, cure be sold in Bottles at ed. Is. and the 1 with a:I Venders. sn M•Vet 97, High Holborn 'ON'S '
October 9, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
GUEENLASD SHIP.

GUEENLASD SHIP.

TO SOLD AUCTION, P’/ PELL d- II DRY, At the EXCHANGE, in HULL, U'tDSfSn ir, slh, 1817, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, HALF PART or SHARE of the Ship ALBION, Host, Smart, Master, Burthen per Register 323 Tons; employed in the Greenland Trade from this Port; with One-Hall Part o
October 14, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

On Wedne«dar, Sutton, HolderneM, John Cro«e E*q ron of J. N Crosse, F.*q of place, Charlotte, vounge*t er the late Mr. Robert Richardson, of Newc;»*ilr-opon-Tyne, merchant. Tuesday la*t, at Birmingham, the Rev. James Carlile, of Dublin, to Mary, youngest daughter Mr. Bielhy, New
October 14, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

AOXING.b GRAND FIGHT, AT. SHERPER'TObNiRANGE, Betwees Scroggims ai 7nl c. Tuesday morning, as early as. brekn. of day, the amateurs were all in mdtion, to wittiess the uispiay between ihose clistinguishled-toxers. Thie surprise experienced by the sporting circles, from the unexpe
October 11, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
RAMSGATE, Oct. 9.

RAMSGATE, Oct. 9.

A brilliant Ball was given at the Assembly Rooms on Tuesday evening, and the beauty of our fair countrywomen was never more conspicuous. Dane. in-r commenced at half-past nine o'clock with the Slave, led off by Captain Dennison and the Hon. Miss Eraser ; a single quadrille follo
October 11, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, Oct. 9.

BRIGHTON, Oct. 9.

The Theatre last night had a splendid auditory, owing to the favourable auspices of Lady Caroline Lamb. The Devil's Bridge, and The Miller and his Men, spouted fire on this occasion, and went oft" with blazing eclat and thundering effect. The arrivals have been very numerous of
October 11, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BlttrHS. : " ■ ' ; ■ • At Cameiford. on Fi idav la-t. Mrs. Farley, of a liaoghter; and,

BlttrHS. : " ■ ' ; ■ • At Cameiford. on Fi idav la-t. Mrs. Farley, of a liaoghter; and,

on • Wertnerdity; Mrs. Thoirras Pearce, of a son. , . MMtrtlEf)., At I^twiifiieL.iii Wednesday, Mr^ Wm. Nether- lon til Miss Mary Davies. '"' DIED. A i Penzance, this (Friday) mor..in fi . of a d>dm e , Miss Caroline Milleit, dauglitei iif Oke Millet! I.sq. of Penpoll. ' At Plym
October 11, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England