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AMERICAN PAPERS.

AMERICAN PAPERS.

.4 AIE,-C.A PPAE )J. Charleqton, Oct. 4. We have been favoured withthhefollolving Copy ri of a letter, dated - e St Mary's, Sept. 2t7. 1817. 0 O il Monday last the Spanish forces embark- ir ed from Amelia Island, and'thlose on the Mail "w took tip their line of march for St Augus
November 10, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LAW.

LAW.

I LIA TV. Ahs if from a rnbbish cart a continually increasing ttd evpr shapeless mass of LAW is From time to tire shlot donv% n upon ibe brads of the people; and out ol this rubbihil, and at his peril, is ?? man left to pick oat what beliopgs to him. inlms, in pouring forth Law,
November 9, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

L. IG TNT :I IN 'I Li2 I3 Ci i ?? : RA N C lE, 13iKL iVM"' 1, Ci E R 'N &c. ?? - - . - Paris papers to Ilie 3It instiul. ! ?? Its'.en 'ecci''d. 'Tihey cs tini litl.t interestingf. O, Iie u , ii000k-.I Iis Most chri'' iton niejostvy went in grandi pmpesionl to ttle Po1nt t Neuf, n
November 12, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STATE TRIALS.

STATE TRIALS.

Pertby, Monday itighit, Nov. 3. That the day of executiurt was defititively fixed upsi, it has ih cady been stated, was not cornioutli- cated to Isuac ludlam and William Turner ol Surnday. TIbe Immutnity of the Reverend Geistleman al]wi aat- tenlds the priscin suggestedI this co
November 8, 1817 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
London Stuff, Water Proof, and Beaver Hats.

London Stuff, Water Proof, and Beaver Hats.

TO SOLD, At extremely Reduced Priret, for ready Cuh, At Mr. SOULBY Lo.vo Room, over the Corv- Exchasoe, Market-Place, Hull, AN Assortment nearly 1000 Cheap HATS various descriptions, warranted perfect and fa liionable.—The Room to be open for Inspection ami Sale, o/i Ih'u and a
November 11, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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BARTON FERRY BOATS

BARTON FERRY BOATS

Sail from hence to-morrow moinin*. (Tiie«daT) fire o'clock, and from H-IUI balf-pa»' o'clock, end three quarter* an ht«ir every »ucce*‘"n ,1, G RiMSBY PACKET BOATS Sail from hence to-morrow morning, (Tue-day) .even cljck. and three o« hour later every follow log lay-
November 11, 1817 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. 8.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. 8.

Fromihw LAN:DOI' 'METT, ?? ,8. The DEPUTY EARL MAtSRSAV'S ORDER for a GENERAL MOURNING for her late Royal Highness Ahe Pepcess CharlQtte-Augaustw, Daughter of his Royal High- nis.sthe Prince Regent. and Consort of his Serene Hglshess 'hssdrtnce Leopold of Saxe-Cobourg. In pursuan
November 10, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRINTED at STAMFORD, hj and for R. NEWCOMB and SON.

PRINTED at STAMFORD, hj and for R. NEWCOMB and SON.

PRINTED at STAMFORD, and for R. NEWCOMB and SON. STOCK and STALL FAIR will held this year the November instant. E. BRITTAIN. Fnlkinghurn ; Nov. 4,1817. To be SOLD, A Fine promising 2-year-old BAY" COLT, Eas- F\_ ton, out of Julietta, sister to Lord Foley’s Spaniard; a 2-vear-old
November 14, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
execution of prisoners.

execution of prisoners.

Derby, Nov. 7.—Before we detail the circumstances which attended the last awful scene the distressing drama which ignorance, delusion, and discontent have exhibited in this place, shall mention-a few particulars the conduct of the wretched victims of the law on the day preceding
November 14, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ELEGY. Fair was thy blossom, tender flower, ;That opened like May, beneath the cfl%£pfaty.e£''A.. j for love's decay. ' ..

ELEGY. Fair was thy blossom, tender flower, ;That opened like May, beneath the cfl%£pfaty.e£''A.. j for love's decay. ' ..

I How oft thy mother heav'd the sigh O'er wreaths honour early shorn, Before thy sweet and guiltless eye Had open'd on the dawn of morn. How ofeabove thy lowly bed, When all in silence slumber'd low, The fond and filial tear was shed, Thou child of love, of shame, and woe ! Her
November 10, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England