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UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

Oxford, Nov. *9.— The following Ornltrsaen, who have been rctprrlively to to the office of Select Preacher at Michaelmas neat, have been approved in Convocation! The Rev. the President St. John'* College; the Rev. J. H. Spry,'of Uriel College; the Rev. E.Goodennngh, of Christ Ch
November 23, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
CHINO’S WORM LOZENGES.

CHINO’S WORM LOZENGES.

IT fact Mlablißhed the annual Bills Mortality. Iha* one half «r the Ckildren bora are rut "tf before aliaiuißK Seven Year* of Agr, and the fruitful fourrr of tbit innrUlity » found to e»i»l in that ftiul nair ihe stomaeh and Rowell which the generation of Worm. Ai the fartinr H'
November 16, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
POUTICAL INQUIRER, No. CCXII. * Thu is qartlion naly of layaircrs, aol Dispulet*, who aritber aArai mtr dray, bat aiaatne.

POUTICAL INQUIRER, No. CCXII. * Thu is qartlion naly of layaircrs, aol Dispulet*, who aritber aArai mtr dray, bat aiaatne.

Loras. EXCESSIVE EMPLOYMENT OF SOLDIEEY IN A RELIGIOUS SOLEMNITY —AND ABUSES OF MILITARY POWER. There are times and occasions in which the abuse of authority towards individuals is re. fleeted from them as an outrage upon the feelings of collective people. There are circumstance
November 16, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
■HESS.

■HESS.

l>rury-lnne Theatre, an Friday evening, presented a singular and imposing spectacle; it was literally (he house of Joy changed into the house of mourning. mneh of the Interior at pottiMy admit *f it, displayed lastefal aad respectful tribute to the national loss. Over the has of
November 16, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
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November 30, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTKIXIGENCE

UNIVERSITY INTKIXIGENCE

Dirnan, D»r. (i. The follow ini' »rr penponrd the Cfawncrllor t for (lir rnwiin); >enr, *ls. FnrUllin V>r»r»— Tilu» llirrm<i|>inanirz|>U(aai».‘ For an Kkiay— ltio)(nii:iiv.’ F<>ra l4itiM * im vim Morihut Poaali canfnrinniidiii rxhibrant Krrua pablicarun tubila 4!o- MihntnF Kir R
November 30, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
Oxford, Nov. 22.— On Tuesday last, fol lowing gemlemcn were admitted degrees: Mnsif.ro/ Arts:—Mr. J. A. Cramer, Student of Christ

Oxford, Nov. 22.— On Tuesday last, fol lowing gemlemcn were admitted degrees: Mnsif.ro/ Arts:—Mr. J. A. Cramer, Student of Christ

Church. Bachelors Arts:—Mr. 11. Curtois, of University college; F. Paring;, E-q. Mr. I C. Wright, and Mr. J. \V. Aw dry, of Clui-t church; and Mr. F. Chair, of Oriel college. PREFER RED.- Theßev. C. Wood, Fellow of Balliol college, Oxford, to (he rectory Ten dering. Essex, vacat
November 28, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.

THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.

Tn our publication we mentioned the great calamity has the itl-h Empire j the death Her Royal the Princess Cnarlottr. shall now enter into few of the p-i:i--rnlar< of a life, which, from thi< time, take* a melancholy place in Hillary . The Prioress Aueauta, the child of Prince a
November 21, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE CELESTIAL ROSE, Elegiac Tribute expressive of National Grief, on the sudden and much-lamented Death Her Royal Highness the Princess

THE CELESTIAL ROSE, Elegiac Tribute expressive of National Grief, on the sudden and much-lamented Death Her Royal Highness the Princess

Charlotte Augusta of Wales, only daughter of the Prince Regent, and the illustrious consort of His Serene Highness Prince Leopold Saxe Cobourg—respectfully addressed the sorrowing subjects of the imperial realm-. The pride of British flowers, no more In splendour, reais it's hea
November 21, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Monday, Nov. 10.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Monday, Nov. 10.

COURT KING'S BENCH, Monday, Nov. 10. ALLFV SPARKRAII.. This was a gui tarn action, tried before Lord Chief Justice Gihbs the last assizes Norwich, under sta'.fiOGeo. HI. c. 41, commonly railed the Haw ker.' and Pedlar-' Act, recover from Ihe defendant two penalties of each. appea
November 14, 1817 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England