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STOCK DEBENTURES. I

STOCK DEBENTURES. I

TO THE EDITOR OF THE. MORN ING POST. Sin— Your respectable Paper being chosgn as tlie medium for the discussion of the great question, " Whether our Country can be relieved from its present Financial Embarrassments," permit me to offer you a few remarks, in the character" of a m
November 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY. j

THE ARMY. j

Tbe d. tfidiment belonging fo ihe 4_d foot, which were doing C*m> at -Armagh, have received a rouje to proceed |o Bally- b< \, to Tfpi-tre .he ?? of the Royal Scots which lejt thai stuilon for l-.ariiskill.-u. Tfie rfeiaclimei.t belonging fo the _2d, also siatinned at Rath- d<nM
November 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
! LAWINJ-ELLJGENGev

! LAWINJ-ELLJGENGev

CQtJRT OF CHANCERY, Tt_t.t,sD*Y, Sot. 6. The Lord Chan.eU.or, this _*mr tbe -first day of Michael- mas Term, sat nt- Westminster. Hall. His Lordship came at one, and, after bearing a- few unimportant cases, rose at three., o'clock. - ja " COURT Ot. EXCHEQUER. ' ?? ' Before the L
November 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE LATE UliS lIEN(iY CAVENDISH. j

THE LATE UliS lIEN(iY CAVENDISH. j

The melancholy demise of the above Lady has produced liie greatest distress of mind iv her noble Family. I*idy Chough paid her daughter-in-law a visit at noon on Friday ; ami she was then in a very favourable stale. At four o'clock the servants were running about in every direct
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO RATH.

THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO RATH.

(Fi'.ilM THE BATH IiEItALD ) The greatest prcpara ions for celebrating I Irs su- spicious event aie making by individuals, as well as tlie public bodies. A subscription tins been opened, and is jealously supported, for Ihe purpose of erect. ing some elegant device in tlie centre
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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! LUTU&dAS JUktLEE.

! LUTU&dAS JUktLEE.

Yesterday morning, a serutoii was prenrhed in the Lulle-ran Church, in the Savoy, Simrid. to conmernornte ?? Jnhi- leeuf tiie Lutheran lief .rumtiut*. Tlniev.-ut was lo be eel.-. bratrd all over Ihe p'otesitwii churches nf the Continent, on ihe 31st of laM, and ihe 1-t ami 2.1 i
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POETRY,

POETRY,

O.N HENRY KIHKK WHITE.* BY LOttU BYIIOM. Uultnppy White ! wltile life wat in its spring, .And lay you. g muse just waved his joyous wing, The Spoiler came; and ail iliy promise fiiir Has souihl the grave, to sleep for ever (here. Oil 1 wh-.l a r.ohle heatt was here undone. When
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NF.WMARKF.T 7UWID QCTOHi-'R. OR HOUGHTON

NF.WMARKF.T 7UWID QCTOHi-'R. OR HOUGHTON

M.MvTINO, 1817 -Fbibay, (Vr 31. Lord Fo'.ev's Duenna. 7 t 81b h.-at Lord S.ifHeld's filow- wortr, 5?-t 4lb I). I. 10-'g-.-iatob ?? IVien.a. Vr. Shm.-h.-wer** Manfred, heal Mr l-'m.ce's Pipylm, c S»t. 51!) each, T.Y. C. lt.'t><».~ 13 to 8 on M witu-ii. ?? of lPg* . a.1.. for 3 )
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I 3>WwW. 1

I 3>WwW. 1

MiLFtmo Haveiv, Oct. 29. — Arrived his Majesty's schooner Albnno, Captain r*nltin,,frow 'a cruise; Richard, M'Arthor, from Liverpool for S|. Thomas's; Mermaid, Griffiths," 'from London fur Hurry; Trafalgar, Williams, from Loudon for Li- verpool. On thenigntbetvveep the 27th and
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
RHE \i IS 11 1 'ES iAME N T.

RHE \i IS 11 1 'ES iAME N T.

Dr. Troy's Declaration respecting the publication of tlie Lllir-mish Testament, has produced the follow- ing lette; from tlie publisher : — "to his gkace the most key. Rr. tiioy. " Parliament street. Oclober c ift..lSl7. " Most Honoured Lord — It is with pain and difficulty that
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England