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NORTH-WEST PASSAGE.

NORTH-WEST PASSAGE.

CAPTAIN PARRY ' S OPINION AS TO THE PROBABLE EXISTENCE AND ACCOMPLISHMENT OF A NORTHWEST PASSAGE INTO THE PACIFIC OCEAN. Of the uxistence of such a passage, and that . the outlet will be found in Behring's Strait, it is scarcely possible, on an inspection of the map„ the additio
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LA IV INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF CHANCERY.-MAY 15.

LA IV INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF CHANCERY.-MAY 15.

Lord Shaftesbury and others v. The Duke of Mariborough.—Mr. Hart presented a petition from James Blackstone, 1i,9., one, of the trustees of the Blenheim estate, praying that the pension of £5,000, granted by Queen Anne to the great Duke of Marlborough, may be made liable to the
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
enibergitp nteiligence.

enibergitp nteiligence.

OXFORD, May 19.—The READER in GEOLOGY will begin his Course of tect.tres on the Composition and Structure ot the Earth, and the Comparative Geology of England and the Alps, on Tuesday, May 22d. at the Museum, at Two o'Clock. _ - The Lectures will be delivered on Tuesdays, Thursd
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
POSTAN, Purveyor of Candles to his Majesty, No. 387, Strand, corner of Southampton Street, respectfully returns thanks to the Nobility,

POSTAN, Purveyor of Candles to his Majesty, No. 387, Strand, corner of Southampton Street, respectfully returns thanks to the Nobility,

Gentry, and Pub', for the very extensive Patronage bestowed on his peculiar and highly advantageous Assortment of WAX and SPERM ACETI LIGHTS. Among the essentials of household economy, few perhaps claim so important a consideration as the article of Candle,. Families may depend
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
TRIUMPH of WESTMINSTER, and PURITY of ELECTION. FUHE FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY - will be celebrated at the CROWN and ANCHOR TAVERN,

TRIUMPH of WESTMINSTER, and PURITY of ELECTION. FUHE FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY - will be celebrated at the CROWN and ANCHOR TAVERN,

STRAND, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1821. SIR FRANCIS BURDETT, Bart. M.P. in the Chair. Tickets, tss.Gd. each. To be had of the Stewards, at the Bar of the Tavern, -and of the Secretary, Strand. Dinner on Table at Five o'ClocK precisely. HENRY BROOKS, Secraevy. *** The Dttors of the G
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
GENERAL GAZETTE ER,

GENERAL GAZETTE ER,

published, in Bro. price 12s. 6 - o - a - r - cis - , - Seventeenth Edition of, ripHE GENERAL GAZET FEER ;. or CosipENDious GEOGIIAPITICAL MC I lONARY ; containing a Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provi - nces, Cities, Towns, Forts, Seas, Harbours, Rivers, Lakes M
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
ANY Elderly Person wishing to lay out or upon Annuity will he liberally treated with, by a Gentleman holding a

ANY Elderly Person wishing to lay out or upon Annuity will he liberally treated with, by a Gentleman holding a

permanent office of the highest confidence, who will allow. an interest for the same accoiding to the Age 01 the Party. Letters Post Paid addressed to G.W., at 5, Newcastic•Street, Strand, will be attended to immediately.
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
I High Water, Morn. 48 ni. after G. —Even. 8 tn. after 7. ° 4 Water, Morn. 36 in. after

I High Water, Morn. 48 ni. after G. —Even. 8 tn. after 7. ° 4 Water, Morn. 36 in. after

7.—Even. at 8 gi I High Water, Morn: 24 m. after B.—Even. 4 m after
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The Paris Journals of Wednesday arrived yesterday evening. The only part of their contents worth extracting relates to Italy and Spain. GENOA, MAY s.—The frigate Christina and the Triton sailed hence on the 28th ult. for Villa-Franca, to receive on board his Majesty Victor Emman
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
9.llmanacti. „ CHURCH SERVICE. 4th Sunday after Easter. MORNING, First Less. bent. c. 6.-2 d Less. Matt. c. 18. "

9.llmanacti. „ CHURCH SERVICE. 4th Sunday after Easter. MORNING, First Less. bent. c. 6.-2 d Less. Matt. c. 18. "

I INr First Less. Dent. c. 7.-2 d Less. I Cur. C. 3. j ) I I High Water, Morn. at 6.—Even. 24 tu. after 6.
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England