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FRENCH PAPERS to the 12th inst.

FRENCH PAPERS to the 12th inst.

Paris, Nov.. 10.—The King, accompanied by the Princes and Princesses of his family, heard mass yesterday in the . chapel of the, Palace. Majesty afterwards held a levee, , at which he received, iti. the presence of the Princes and Princesses of his .family, the Ambassadors of Sp
November 15, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TME KING V. RICHARD CARLISLE.

TME KING V. RICHARD CARLISLE.

On the motion of Mr. Richardson, the defendant was placed the floor of the Court . to plead to three inforinations, charging him with printing and publishing cerrain malicious and, scandalous paradies upon the Litany, st. AthanasinS' Creed, the Catechism, and other parts of the
November 15, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SMITH, MAYOR.

SMITH, MAYOR.

Mansion-house, Nov. 15, 1817. The Lord Mayor begs . to inform the public that the Alansionhouse and Guildhall will be closed, and no business will be •ransacted at either place, on Wednesday next, being the day tp pointed for the Funeral of her late Royal Highness the Prin'less
November 15, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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November 15, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HORTICULTURE

HORTICULTURE

On the Use Straw Ropes in protecting Frail-tree Biossoms, AT, from _ late Frosts. By Mr. James Laird, Gardener at Portmore. As as the buds of the trees become turgid, I place poles against the wall, in front of the trees, at from •four to six feet asunder; thrusting their lower
November 22, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DRURY LANE THEATRE.

DRURY LANE THEATRE.

It has seldom fallen to our lot to visit any place of public amusement, under circumstances of greater solemnity than yesterday evening. This theatre presented a singular and imposing spectacle. As much of the interior as could possibly admit of it, displayed a tasteful and resp
November 22, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
‘sg From 'THURSDAY, Nov. 27, to SATURDAY, Noy. 29, 1817.

‘sg From 'THURSDAY, Nov. 27, to SATURDAY, Noy. 29, 1817.

COMMON COUNCIL. , . . The Lord Mayor proceeded from the Mansion House to Guildh6ll yesterday in State, attended by the Sheriffs, to hold the first Court of Common Council in his Mayoralty,_ which was numerously attended._ , . flis Lordship, upon taking his seat, addressed the Co
November 29, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LITERARY AN BCIENTIFIC INTEitt. &c. ROME,NAPLES,PLORENCE, AND MILAN, INIBI7 An interesting Work has just 'appeared at Pith, written by M.

LITERARY AN BCIENTIFIC INTEitt. &c. ROME,NAPLES,PLORENCE, AND MILAN, INIBI7 An interesting Work has just 'appeared at Pith, written by M.

de Stendball, an Officer of Cavalry in the service of France, suggested hy observations made dug a short excursion from November, 1816, till July., 1817. The Fine Arts, and above-all _Music, form the subjects of his remarks. - With these are intermingleda great number of anecdot
November 29, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DUTCH MAIL.

DUTCH MAIL.

Hague, Nov 12.—His Majesty departed this forenoon ibr Brussels with a small retinue. His Majesty's absence from this place will be but a few days. His Majesty yesterday gave audience to a solemn de_ -
November 20, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCHES.

THE CHURCHES.

Westminster Abbey.—The pulpit and communiontable of the Abbey Church of - St. Peter's, 'Westminster, were hung with superfine black cloth. Dr. Ireland delivered a Most impressive sermon to a crowded congregation. One of Handel's bestantheras was afterwards' sung by the gentlemen
November 20, 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England