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Societf~r.f theC Relfef of Diatre;:ied 2eZ~r-e~c t ?? "fl j1il Annual ?? ol' tdie Subscrib.ers tvill ; lie lalden At the Town Hall, oin Thursday lext t ;ie oi af Norember, at Tvwelve o'clock. Societv for Promkoting; Christian Knowledge,- , /B`R ThE'7' 'S BUILDfAWGS. XB T the late
November 1, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Monday, October 27#

LONDON, Monday, October 27#

The Stock-jobbing alarm of invasion of Portugal by Spain is blown over.—A private letter from Spain to mercantile house in the City, received on Wednesday, states, that the rumour hostilities between that Power and Portugal, which was also current in several parts of both countr
November 4, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

?? t - q kof !11. rr,~1 oul "at llay! a scleet. ?? i I'"d ?? h-'i ~.l:jvttx no; ttic necr".zioo, at Windsor ft nie:m ti'loi, tht thie ticcni 'has Post- T; ?? itrli(v t~o lath till 'tOs ?? nefxt. ?? \\ ?? nl) al3tf :iti~a ill the SltOst Of tle, £illcetss i"I slie dt~l 'n IVvTleo s
November 1, 1817 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK.

MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK.

?? 0ono- - : , - .. .- . . .. . . Intelligence reached Bristil on Frildajhoe r 24th, of the lss of the sloop William and Maiv, i Morlev nia-ter, (a regular packet betweerr Iristbj an!I Waterlt.rrl) end that out of nearly CC persotis on board, oolv 23 were savedJ This ill fated c+
November 1, 1817 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DEMISE OF HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.

DEMISE OF HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.

-C--iEn D E M I S B OF HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTEc It is this day our melancholy duty to make known h to our Readers, the demise of her Royal Highness the d Princess CIHARLOTTE. This young, beautiful, and ti interesting Princess sur*ived the delivery of a still bor
November 7, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

ITO THE EDITOR OFTIHE MORNING CHRONICLE.I SIR, Having observed in your paper of to-day a letter from Dr. Thornton on thesesubject of Typhus, in which the death of our much respected friend Mr. Edwards, is mentioned, we think it right (in order to allay the irritation of the publi
November 3, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
j PRINCESS ROYAL OF BRAZILS.

j PRINCESS ROYAL OF BRAZILS.

(FROM THE LISBON MAIL, ARRIVED LAST NIC3T.) Lisnov, Aug. 20.- In onr Gatette of Ihe 10th, we announced Ihe arrival of her Royal Highness tbe Princess of the United Kingdoms of Madeira ; we now extract from authentic letters some particulars of her stay in lhat Island : — The squ
November 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PoLICH OF THE METROPOLIS

PoLICH OF THE METROPOLIS

EVIDENCE GfVF.N BEFOJIE TtlF COMMITTEE OF THE UOUSE OF COMMONS ON TUIS SUBJECT. (continued rao.-.i ye-terday's PAPEn.) Joseph Metmxtt, Esq. Churchwarden of St. George's, Soulh-xark, Examined. Cr.n ron state lo tl.e Committee the condition of your pa- rish, with respect to disord
November 1, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE,

LAW INTELLIGENCE,

COURT OF CHANCERY, Friday, Oct. 31. His Honour tbe V ice-Chancellor, this day, heard further argument of Counsel in several Bankrupt Petilious, of no inte- rest but to the parties concerned. Judgment was postuoned in the whole. r Tbe Lord Chancellor will retinae his sittings thi
November 1, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
] POLKE OF THE METROPOLIS. . |

] POLKE OF THE METROPOLIS. . |

EVIDENCE GIVEN BEFOItE THE COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OK COMMONS ON THIS SUBJECT.. (CONTINUED SHOM OUR PAPKR OP SATURDAY, NOV. 1.) Joseph Mevmott, Esq. Churchwarden of St. George's, Soulhwark, in continuation. The followingclaim was made tinder an Act of Parliament of the _9th of G-
November 5, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England