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LONDON..XOMpAI , KOyEMHER 10.

LONDON..XOMpAI , KOyEMHER 10.

LONDON. XOMpAI , KOyEMHER 10. The gloom which the untimely loss of our beloved PtiiKCf-ss has excitert" continues to increase. - It has •low extended beyo'id the countenance to the dress, and this vast capital is becontg like a widow in her weed", weeping in silence and desolatio
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BATH, No?. 7.

BATH, No?. 7.

We feel ourselves inadequate ?? task ©f reporting the afflicting seuiatious that Jill tr.e heart of every individual itffhis city ; and therefore we shall be pardoned in the trial of our ?? to describe the general feelings of sorrow which prevail among all classes at the melanch
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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.^•Sc. *k•iiiix-'-i- >^«i* * ■<•; v ••- j-"•--.->:=4»^ >: Vl/5 I

.^•Sc. *k ?? - >^«i* * ■<• ; v ••- j-"•-- ->:=4»^ > : V l/5 I FJSIHOSAUI.Z A ■■niVAl.^. His R.iynl Tii K lii,e,« Ilie Duke ,f ?? in p fro-n Wejmi.ot-u \l»rquii miil M;.r.l.ione, b „ ; ' »,„!"' La". v Henry Moore, from Sudburnr Mali SnOii'] ?? ' I t.-r »qusire ; Lord George Seymou
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE NEW IMP torn VESTS,

THE NEW IMP torn VESTS,

At the West end of the Town, are'now pmcPedln- I with greater celerity than a 4 any period of ihe ?? \ The grand feature, iv Waterloo- place, ist hi Mi! .- Club House.- This magnificent pile' the' ''" ftmtvre of Smirke, forms a at. iking cqnt«i*t twV buildings around. 1- About 1
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE EXWUTJOHr&BsZk^ ~'\

THE EXWUTJOHr&BsZk^ ~'\

THE EXWUTJOHr&BsZk^ ?? extract- of a letter, dated deubt, mot. 7, 1817, half-past owe, r- v. " The Chaplain was with the criminals from eight o'clock this morning. They behaved throughout their devotion with great firmness, and apparent con- trition. Exactly at twelve o'clock, th
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THij PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.

THij PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.

Gone ii free Albion's fairest flower- Gone the bright promise of each future hoar; Mute be the voire of Joy in ev'ry b»»w'r — Our Pmucess is no more ! ?? Autumn* winds waft Ihe leaves that are searestf c Winter's storms spare not those who are dearest; Winter was come— its fir-t
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MiJ£T,iNos »-^AR^WTxjß^AT~aiji^RitLc:—

MiJ£T,iNos »-^AR^WTxjß^AT~aiji^RitLc:—

MiJ£T,iNos »-^AR^WTxjß^AT~aiji^RitLc: — • , TO-MORROW. M. It J. Smith, I-ondon-rond,iirncef...-.i. ., g - i\ T. Sisselt, Jermyn-stren, tailor ?? ?? ?? 3- 11 W; Baroes, Rl.c»khei 4 b> bavin merchant ?? 3 1? 8, Miriott'and Co Philpo/i^ne, rne.clianls . . . ?? . . 3 K. Hrfbtfs, »'-i
November 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCESS CIIAtLOTTE.

THE PRINCESS CIIAtLOTTE.

Hatt thou net seen a rose at mom, Bespangled o'er with dew . Did it net seem a lovely form. Like beauty, fair to view .» So, like the rose, al infant day, Pid Charlotte ope to view i Alas! bew sooa did both decay— **he rose— and Charxottc too j
November 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EH Es€lT'PA¥^^

EH Es€lT'PA¥^^

, cifS.Mßr.li OF.I'FKRS, Nov 8. brr il"* d"? «***Fi^* < *."J 'be "Palace of the Luletn- [ ' Tfef ** pi'V^P : '7 f ?? CiMiorellXr. &*k 'wl&ur*** ?? sl'V'- t ?? rr ?* hovinabeen cliosea, and l ft** vfrb|| |„f ?? R«>\uV5ittine read, and deposited in ' #tP ttt _ f , hr r»e. r«. •'•'
November 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A M E R ICA H PA l> E RS.

A M E R ICA H PA l> E RS.

I'rs.y TIIE lIICIII-OWD ENQUIRER OF OCTOBER 14 ) Cuhmissiosfrs to South Amf.rica. — The sailing j 4 fa Ontario will excite much attention. Judge Pmvo-t (laic «>f New Orleans) and Mr; Bracken- «iß.F,go out as Commissioners — to what place? Oue Paper says, dcs ination unknown ; an
November 13, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England