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ROGER O'CONNOR, ESQ.

ROGER O'CONNOR, ESQ.

ANGER O'COYNOR, EQ) CONVIMISSION COURT, DumALN, FRIDAY, Oct. St. This day the Court sat at ten o'clock. The Judges havinrg ordered, on Thursday, that l the case of' Roger O'Connor, Esq. against Da. niel Waring, for perjIury, should come on first, indthe morning, the doors of the
November 10, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PACKET BOATS—FALMOUTH STATION.

PACKET BOATS—FALMOUTH STATION.

PACKET BOQAS-FALMOUTH STATION. : ,. - . 1 . _ GE.NERAL PoST Orrice, November 7. Mls Last Paihd, _V~xt.P'ahdd Dsatinalfe r. UP in Lon- jailed. due. don. .c Lisbon . ?? 'ruesdaya. D. ofMarlbro', Prince Ernest, P * rueadays. Oct. 24. Noy. S. Gibraltar and 1ldTuesday Fox, Wahingharn,
November 10, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POTASS FROM POTATOES.

POTASS FROM POTATOES.

POIASS FROM POTATOES. P To tire EDITORS of tie Liverpool Mercury. t as GENTLItMEN, d 18 In your paper of the 17th inst. I ob-.c served the very luminous detail, of the discovery of a ; druggist of Amiens, which appears highly calculated UI to revive the drooping spirit, and to re
November 14, 1817 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
On the Death of the Princess Clxtrrhrtte.

On the Death of the Princess Clxtrrhrtte.

Yes, she is gone ! the Spirit's fled front earth, And the cold tenement -of clay alone remains Of all that once was noble, lovely, good ; And we areleft to nionrn a Nation's Pride, And Hope, and Joy>- We^p ! Sons and Daughters of Bri- Weep ! The brightest Star that late has rise
November 12, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, 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
 
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
 
FASHIONABLE CHANGES.

FASHIONABLE CHANGES.

The Marqu a af Salisbury, io tawa, Pram his seat, Aldbo- rough, Suffolk; tbe Marquis and Marchioness of RuckinghHia, for their teat, Avinginn, liani.t; the Earl and Countess of Be»- -borotighi for iheir seat at ftoehampton t the Right Hon. Charles aod Mrs. Long, for their seat,
November 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
fsy*P mw.

fsy*P mw.

Deal, Nov. 10.— Arrived and sailed far the River, the Ro- snrio sloiyi of war, frbm' Portsmouth ; and William, Williams, from Leghorn. A-rr'tved .l-e Asia, Orinubu, from llamhuigh, for Batavia. Came down from the River ll.e Princess of ' Wjtles, James, Somersetshire, and Sir God
November 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MEMOIRS ofthe PRINCESS. CIUHLOIT E

MEMOIRS ofthe PRINCESS. CIUHLOIT E

Carlton House was the' Palace in which Princess Charlotte drew her (first breath, between the hours of ore and two in P;e morning of ihe 7th January, 1796, when there were present, the Duke of Gloucester, lhe Arr.ibi_.hop of Canterbury, the Lord High Chancellor, the Lord Preside
November 11, 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