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&BATB' e)>ike PRINCESS CttARLOftE. 1

&BATB' e)>ike PRINCESS CttARLOftE. 1

&BATB ' e) >ike PRINCESS CttARLOftE. 1 _, ?? * * ?? 4~"- -7rajrf» > "E;EoiTO'R of thf. morning' post. Sltt— The widely extended circulation of yohr Paper affords me an oppprfenity, irresistible from tntHT -peculiarly ngrfniziug national caldt-ity, yet respectfuliy, to admot.i ,>
November 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CLAREMONT.

CLAREMONT.

Sorrow was a stranger here, Distant far Ihe mourner's voice i Princely banquets, social cheer. Bade Ibe villagers rejoice i Where ber harp Contentment strung, Pity's sighs ire beard (0 tow- Scenes that late with rapt-re rung, ' Olooa a ?? of woe !
November 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, Nor. 8.

BRIGHTON, Nor. 8.

BRIGHTON, Nor. 8 . Aeelictimo Etent.— Yesterday bein^ th* i • versary of the Gunpowder Plot, the u_u_l 0re ""'" tions for a display of ireworks in s quib , and Y ** n ' had taken place in the town. On the Stey w , , he pulace began to assemble after W^'IK, £ metrse crowd, and ??
November 8, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POOR LAWS.

POOR LAWS.

To the interesting Report Committee the House of Common-, the Poor Laws, (concluded tn our last paper) are annexed 'lit Minutes Evidence on winch that Report was founded; aud also an Appendix, in which amongst other important documents, is the following Memorial the Magistral, s
November 8, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
JOHN HAYCOCK'S COMMISSION. l HE under this Commission will attend at the Crown Inn. Faketiham, on Ihursdtiy, the I.3th, and

JOHN HAYCOCK'S COMMISSION. l HE under this Commission will attend at the Crown Inn. Faketiham, on Ihursdtiy, the I.3th, and

the Fleece (nn. Wells, on Fridtn/. the November m-xt, at II o'clock the morning pieciselyof each day, for the purpose paying a Dividend bi. in tbe pound on the debts already proved. WITHERS, jun. Solicitor. * Commissioners in a Commission of Hank I_ rupt, bearing the 19th day M
November 8, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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, Talbot ba; boon ploaso.i appoint at Wolseley, Kcclcs slreei, Dublin, one of luplaiiK. The lion, anil Rev. J. C.

, Talbot ba; boon ploaso.i appoint at Wolseley, Kcclcs slreei, Dublin, one of luplaiiK. The lion, anil Rev. J. C.

Talbot, is said, wii icceed to Hie first Irish U.s'nipnc. Tarporley Unlit, I last, the Staf lO ''. l , won Sir R. Hruokc< lir. in i!ii.iiiia(|ii»tlii«. Trojan, Callicrine, Si Vch ie lieal, inili'ii. great (lie demand for iron (hit one a.I ran lion's ana.her in succession : about
November 8, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
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nrnrns

On Wednesday last, the lady of Edward Knight, M. D. « ii»t<m n, «f son. On Tuesday, the 4th instant, at Betley Court, in this count Irs. F. Twcinlow, daughter. tun HI ED. On Thursday last, Mr. C. Ilarrold, of Rirmingham, liradshaw, of this town. the 271t» ult. Stoke-upon-Trent,
November 8, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Ultoxetcr—StaJf'urJshire,

Ultoxetcr—StaJf'urJshire,

Ultoxetcr StaJf'urJshire, To be SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, I (hat desirable and convenient Freehold Menti.v . or Dwelling-house, with intlre Court-yard, iveuient and extensive Currier good Stove, and every oilier convenience /ryin" extensive Trade in the above lines excellent Garden
November 8, 1817 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ROGER O'CONNOR, Esq.

ROGER O'CONNOR, Esq.

Commission Court, Dublin, Oct. 31. The Judges having ordered, Thursday, that the case of Roger O'Connor, Esq. against Dan'tti Waring, for perjury, should come on first, in the morning, the doors of the Court House were besieged at so early an hour as eight o'clock, by number of
November 8, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
POLITO'S MENAGERIE, Not to be equalled in the World! WILL Exhibited CARLISLE this present SATURDAY, the Bth Instant, and at

POLITO'S MENAGERIE, Not to be equalled in the World! WILL Exhibited CARLISLE this present SATURDAY, the Bth Instant, and at

PENRITH TUESDAY the 11th: after which it. will Return CARLISLE, and Exhibited Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the 13th, 14th, and instant, and longer* Indisputably the most Grand, Rich, and Complete of Rare and Beautiful Living Animals ever known to travel in any part of the Wor
November 8, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England