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ADVERTISER. LONDON. IHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. New York Papers to the 20th ult. ; Halifax the 23J ; Boston the 18th

ADVERTISER. LONDON. IHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. New York Papers to the 20th ult. ; Halifax the 23J ; Boston the 18th

; and Philadelphia to the same date, came to hand yesterday. The Mexican'intelligence represents the Uoyal cause as prospering; am) fin inference; fer Inch we see precise grounds, i drawn, that Mina must, ere this, hare been made a prisoner. Ihe last accounts from NewOileaus giv
November 13, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
dislike Assem t. takr her in voted

dislike Assem t. takr her in voted

November 13, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
is no meatt

is no meatt

meatt red opinion, that '•;est Unification y cannon, and its i.chi possibly, it! • (which Heaven prize and intrepU finitely inure ihan difficulty main;ale&t naval power must ever remain Ada, whose popurican, and who*© eat Britain must of tiieir couiy venture to pre* versy, tliat
November 13, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL.

EVENING MAIL.

{osTscmrr. LONDON, WEDNESDAY AITEKNOON, Nov. »2, I Si; PRICK OK STOCKS THIS UAV TWELVE O'CLOCK Uedueed, B'.'f f Consuls ( Consuls for Account, shall continue to collect such facts as think worthy of notice, and admit publication, respecting the death and character of the Princes
November 12, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
FROM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 hint for the lust time. They prayed together with an uestness and fervour that were quite

FROM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 hint for the lust time. They prayed together with an uestness and fervour that were quite

overjiowerinf:. 1 hey were all dreadful!) agitated at |iarliitg. Vet Ludlam shortly afterwards said he had feared it would have been worse. Turner’s brother saw hint again this day (Thursday), and their fma! parting was deeply affecting. Both Turner and I.udlam were extremely |i
November 10, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
51 ISC ELL ANEOUS.

51 ISC ELL ANEOUS.

The King’s Health.—" Windsor Castle, Xjv. 1. His Majesty has passed tlie last month in a very tranquil manner, and continues to enjoy a firm stale of health, ilis Majesty’s disorder remains unaltered.” Royal Visit to Bath. Bath, Nov. 3 Six o'clock. —Her Majesty the Queen, and he
November 8, 1817 - The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express. - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

The public pipers, witliout scrupulously the views ascribed to tb.e American Government, urge it by b every means to give innnediare and extensive succours to the colwiiists, without considering the morality the motives on which* they arc so desirous act, or jh consequences whic
November 13, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
MURDERS yAT GODALMING.

MURDERS yAT GODALMING.

CoRaNER's Inquest —On Wednesday an Inquest was held at the George Tavern, Godalihing, before C. J emmett, Esq. on the bodies of Elizabeth Wilson, aged 60, and Mr. George Chennel, aged 66, master shoemaker residing a few doors from tlie above house, whose death mentioned in yeste
November 14, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
CEREMONIAL FOR THF. FUNERAL.

CEREMONIAL FOR THF. FUNERAL.

Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte will be deposited in the vault of the Chapel Royal of St. George, Windsor. The body will be removed from Claremnnl to the Royal Chapel, in a hearse, drawn Hie King’s set of eight English black horses, fully caparisoned, escorted by a gua
November 14, 1817 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
royal Visit to bath.

royal Visit to bath.

royal Visit bath. Bath, Nov. s. —At nine o’clock litis morning, lie! - Majesty was conveyed in chair; merely attended jty.lwn footmoa, to the Pnmii room. Sir H. Halford was wailing to receive her Majesty'; and. the I’rincest Elizabeth Soil Lady llchedter followed, in a privalc ca
November 11, 1817 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England