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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

PARIS _PAPERS , Speech of Louis _yVIIL . lo the _Peers _and _. _Deputies of tnc Frunch _Cliiiinbcrs . ' , . • " _BlEssicinis— _-At the _opening of the _last _Session , I spoke to you ( if llie _hopes inspired _, by . the marriage of'the Duke de Berri . Tllpiigli _Providence has
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
vocatcs of such a disgusting system _can hope to catcli _even _the shred of an _argument . With this _view

vocatcs of such a disgusting system _can hope to catcli _even _the shred of an _argument . With this _view

they will _pretend that no _burghs in which _there is _any difference of opinion , or which are not _disfranchised , are in pari _COSH with Montrosc . But tin ' s is _mere _drivelling . Every one _sees that if justice and _expediency had not _called for an improved set to Montro
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_On tlie 4 th _inst . the Lord Bishop of _CLOYSF . _wna _elected President of tlie Dublin Library Society

_On tlie 4 th _inst . the Lord Bishop of _CLOYSF . _wna _elected President of tlie Dublin Library Society

, in room _of the _lute _Right _Honourable JOHN Pmi _. ruT CUHIIAN . _SWUDIW . —According to tlio last _enumeration in _Ifil . _' _; , _( lie population of Sweden amounted to 2 , _'lfi-l , 9 _'tl , an _iiicrrase of 57 , 7 _,-i _5 above that of 1813 , of whom _there are _represen
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND . FEVER _IN _IRELAND

IRELAND . FEVER _IN _IRELAND

BELFAST _I'EVEK HOSI'ITAI . _REPORT . For _the _week ending _Nov . } . 1817 . Remaining in on the 2 _. 5 th , - - ISO Admitted _since , . _' - . - -. _45 —— 175 _Dismissed _cured _since 25 th , - - 33 Died , - - . _. i _. _Remaining in on 1 st , - - - - _141 • —— 175 Total _admi
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

WEDNESDAY , _November 11 . EXECUTION OF _JEREMIAH BRANDRETH , WILLIAM TURNER , AND ISAAC LUDLAM , VOll HIGH TREASON . ( _Frmii tlie Times . _) _DERBY , _Friday , _Kw . 7 . Before we detail the _circumstances that _attended the last awful _scene of _the _distressing drama which _
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_energy of _die _Government , to the _love and confidence of _my people _, aiKl to tlio _friendship of my

_energy of _die _Government , to the _love and confidence of _my people _, aiKl to tlio _friendship of my

Allies , that those _expenses will entirely _cease ; _and _that our _country will resume _among _nations _( lie _rank'and renown due to tlie valour of _l-renclirnen , and tlieir noble character in adversity . " To attain this end , I shall more than ever _require a _unanimity _b
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Wlio _, _savs tlie Courier , tliat beholds _CHALON ' S _admirable _full length _likeness of tlio _Princess _Charlotte ,

Wlio _, _savs tlie Courier , tliat beholds _CHALON ' S _admirable _full length _likeness of tlio _Princess _Charlotte ,

in wliicli slic _scenis so ( _nil " of life , _and _splendour , ( itid joy , " cnii avoid _feeling the acnt ' ust _regret at llie suddciincss nnd inaiiiier of _licr death _?—She _was _neither too _lull _nor too short , about tlic _middle _size , inclining _rather to tlie rn _bun
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_We understand , that in _the course of tilis winter _there will ; fl _be brought forward more _extensive collections

_We understand , that in _the course of tilis winter _there will ; fl _be brought forward more _extensive collections

of Engravings , H _ancient and modern , than _were _ever in one _season _presented _^ to _the public . —Amongst them _the _collections of _the IatcTno- | j . MAS BASKEIIFIEI . U , Esq . tlie _late Lord Chief Baron , _tlic late S _JOHN CAIITKII ) Esq . P . S . A . and of the late
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DEATH

DEATH

or _urn IKIY . M . _niciiNi : ss THE _PRINCESS _CHARLOTTE , ' _AI'TER _TUT ; DI 11 _TII 01 _' A STn . T .-l ; l _>! _iN' t'llll . l ) . ( From Ilic _Morning Clirr _. _ii ' trlc . } It is tilis _day our _inelaiiflioly _duly to _iiiiikr known to our Readers the demise ot ' _liurHo
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
shall _be agreed to onthc part of _the _fillip-owners . _They _have drawn out n petition or rather a _remonstrance

shall _be agreed to onthc part of _the _fillip-owners . _They _have drawn out n petition or rather a _remonstrance

addressed to _the ship-owners . ' In this are _represented _all the _seamen ' s grievances ; _tlicy _^ _nrge the _impossibility of their _being _enubk'd to support tlicir fiimilies on the _small wages at _present ' _allowed them by _their employers , and stntc that _they _cannot
November 15, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland