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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
 
VIOLENT EARTHQUAKE.

VIOLENT EARTHQUAKE.

A harvest af- extraordiimry abundance had grati- fied the wishes :of the inhabitants of the Morea, and the plague had at length ceased its ravages, when a new misfortune came to desolate it. On t{ie 23d of AugOU, about eielit o'clock, in -Hie morning, there was heard near Vnsti.
November 25, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAPOLEON and the PRINIE of MONACO.

NAPOLEON and the PRINIE of MONACO.

Mr. Editor — Seeing in ve»ur Paper of the .22d ult. an anecdote concerning Napoleon Bonaparte, 1 beg leave to enclose oue received from a friend of mine soon after the event (herein mentioned tool.; place, which appears to be. more full ami pointed, and can be relied upon as aut
November 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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Tu_sday sr'nni»ht the hump-hire Mont Club wag pi" for on Ahhut-doii Down, near r Alre»ford; cishi hor«e_ started, and it was won. nfter a wj»H c*i.me»ted rare, at t«vo tvyo-mile heats, hy Mr. Jos* Kames W^caT** brown gelding. Mr. Ci'RTi*'s horse came ia second, and was therefore
November 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON..HONDAS, NOFBM3ER 17.

LONDON..HONDAS, NOFBM3ER 17.

LONDON. HONDAS, NOFBM3ER 17. The preparations for the funeral of our belovetl departed Princess are at length completed. The form of .the ceremonial was last night (and not be- fore) definitively arranged, and to-morrow we hone to be able to lay the full particulars before our Re
November 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I*"- .i * "■... 9.THE PXIttESS CHARLOTTE.

I*"- .i * "■... 9.THE PXIttESS CHARLOTTE.

I*"- .i * "■... 9 THE PXIttESS CHARLOTTE. . „ oT A. GENLMNE LETTER OF HER LATE ROYAL « intrSS THE PRINCE** CKA«I..iTTB TO THE COOSfTES' tlf A—, JI^I-rE* AT A »KKT EARLY AGE. (NO DATE ON TUB LETTER.) ii yiy EVtR DEAR J.ADT A-" , ii 1 _i-tt heartily thank ymi for yimr very kind let
November 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
bniGWAL POBTIiY.

bniGWAL POBTIiY.

RESIGNATION. '■ "*■ '■*„ .■ . t There if a mild nnd tranquil light, Which sheds its gentle iuliueiice round, . Ere day recede*, and solemn night In silent stillness reigus profound. lv darkness, mingling witb the ray Which lingers still on ev'ning's breast, That gives this tinge
November 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
a.- %, li-TvTT ,-S..from the LONDON -GAZ ETT fi. Nov. 15.

a.- %, li-TvTT ,-S..from the LONDON -GAZ ETT fi. Nov. 15.

a.- %, li-TvTT ,-S. from the LONDON -GAZ ETT fi. Nov. 15. Wer QJJiee, *5.. 14, IS 17. Mx_»oii_,«rt>tJJi.— His RqjM Higl,i;>ss ihe Privce RtGEvr las been pleased, fti the nen.' ajid op the be*i'_t"f of hi. M A t*kt*, to approve «f __n»ign Wj.-Xfit L, A_ke, of the York Ciia.-sewr.,
November 17, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
To (ke EDITOR ofthe MORNING POST.

To (ke EDITOR ofthe MORNING POST.

!?ir — The forgery of Mr. Jlase's signature last week will fortify the minds of those who regulate our Financial Concerns, against such combinations. The attempt ro insinuate that the holders of the Navy 5 per Cent, should have a Debenture, bearing an interest of 3{ per Cont. &c
November 25, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS, NovinaEn 24.

PRICE OF STOCKS, NovinaEn 24.

Bunk Stock India Stock Navy 5 per Cl; 109 10&t India Bonds 98 S9 pro 1 per Cent. S}!U§ . Ktchenuer J ills *i 11 19 51 ?l per Cent. Rrd. ,«J| - 2J 22 21 19 20 9 per CL'Cons. SSHi ■ L'ui*. fornc. B3js Hank L. Ann. 21 A-l'6 - State Lottery 1 icfaete 19/. IPs, HIGH VTATKRAT LONDON B
November 25, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England