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LONDON.

LONDON.

a LONTDON. r FRIDAY-DEceMeER 26. f The Queen will go to Brighton, ahout. the 5th of January,- to-pass a fortnight, at the Pavilion. Early in February, her Majesty will return to Bath, far three,.weeks or a month. 7 According to an article from the Lower Elbe, r it would appear th
December 29, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE PRETENDED DAUPHIN OF FRANCE.

THE PRETENDED DAUPHIN OF FRANCE.

r~a R2¶~YL~~ .D4~jP4~01 F'R4.Y9C. hi 'rall ofl ars " a it ' " 1 w: 'si' te 3o.M,'!tBsoime curip'4s R . C tec -, E o inlg the pers~on ,qaq i fg vr O, !e g Nn, wh,; is h now, prisoxi.at ?? ' e iS' 8 ?? WPPfaliA lt'0ir or.five ( 6 eand' bthh~t), tso e 'epr me t, w ,i i1 fonied. ji h
December 29, 1817 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MBERLAND GAZEITE.

MBERLAND GAZEITE.

[Ready Money with Adverti^emerits,
December 30, 1817 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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or-place.— A oporto c ti Engiisli' a first ami *-A gang add in notes. womei r vVisudai In fuirv. whicli ferd, fiain {« e* ear (uzier hit hut >lrt»rsthivrr, their •regard •much hotter, this tespccl. than «U enabled to pay tin = take “I tlio** accldcnta w . latnM, that is. a w the
December 30, 1817 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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touchinggnve tricterj ( and inferiot as tourhint! *'i« ... ■ t Who although knave and fool, jAhe nut tan. luu one minist«,'. • ...i Une: not conreraion »h«.w- _i-i- •- tpl * h l l>y shooting a more »bawy juggler, who wanted and still wants a minister. One aliogeilier. squaoderin
December 30, 1817 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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The PROSCRIBED THIRTY-EIGHT of 1815.

The PROSCRIBED THIRTY-EIGHT of 1815.

I ThPROSCRIBED THIRTY-EIGH'of 1815. (CONCLUDED). Sacrificed by the Bourbons to the vain hope of per- suading Europe that a conspiracy against them had existed, thirty-eight men were driven from their native b coantry, not only against the will of the nation, but C even with the m
December 29, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.

TITHA'ITRll ROYAL, DRfTRY-LANE. ?? Evening-tvill bu~erfuemssd After vhich, a rnv serious meulo-drama, called The FALLS OVl CLYDE. To which asill 1e added, a new pantornimic ItRomance, called HARLEQUIN'S VISION; or, The Feast of the Statue. Founded on the interesting story of Don
December 31, 1817 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
To the EDITOR ofthe BURY POST

To the EDITOR ofthe BURY POST

Sir, — For a long time complaints have existed in both parishes of this town, that numerous exonerations from the Poors-rate are annually obtained by a marked set of inhabitants, who regularly attend at the vestries on tlie 22d of September, and through their own influence procu
December 31, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
A Requisition to the High Sheriff has been signed by several ofthe Nobility and Gentry of this County, without any

A Requisition to the High Sheriff has been signed by several ofthe Nobility and Gentry of this County, without any

distinction of party, requesting him to call a Meeting to take into consideration the propriety of addressing the Prince Regent and Prince Leopold, on the recent melancholy event. There was a good supply of samples at our market on Saturday, and Wheat was sold about Is. per coom
December 31, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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?? 7 ?? I . T. ?? ' T ~ V^ FASHIONABLE CHANGES. Marquis of Anglesea, for Beau Desert, Staffordshire; Ihe Ambassador from the King wf the Netherlands, far Draaapmore, on a visit to Lord and Lady Grenville; L»dy Hunloke and Mr. Gilford, arrived at Cook's Hotel, from Paris; Colonel
December 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England