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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
 
THE APOLLONICON, a grand Musical Instrument, invented and constructed by FLIGHT and ROBSON, Organ- Builders, under the Patronage of HIS

THE APOLLONICON, a grand Musical Instrument, invented and constructed by FLIGHT and ROBSON, Organ- Builders, under the Patronage of HIS

MAJESTY. The Instrument is Exhibiting Daily. from One o'Clock till Four, at their Rooms, No. 101, ST. MA RTI N'S LANE, and performs Selections from the finest compositions of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, and Cherubini, with a grandeur of effect and delicacy of expression equal to any
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
 
porting 'intelligence. (Reported by O. KEN r, exclusively for this Paper.)

porting 'intelligence. (Reported by O. KEN r, exclusively for this Paper.)

RACES 'lO COME May 21, Newmarket 2.1 Spring Meeting ; 28, York Spring Meeting; June 6, Epsom; 13, Manchester; 19, Ascot Heath ; 27, Nautwich ; July 3, Bibury; 4, Hampton ; 9, Newmart,et ; 16, Newcastle Tyne; 18, Cheltenham ; 25, Bromyard ; 25, Durham ; 31, Kuutsford; August 28,
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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-r-44._4-4 ce-v-sirce.,s4-rvs k!ltirtrs,. inary.

iiterest of every man in Britain." [Price 7d.
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Gaticticz.

Gaticticz.

POLAR EXPEDITIOTC — In our last, we mentioned the sailing of time Fury, Captain Parry, and the Heela, Captain Lyon, on this service. To prevent the consumption of their Sea stock, the Nautilus, with stores of every description for their use, accompanies them as far as Hudson's B
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

DEAL, May 18.—Catne down from the river, and sa iled, with the whole of the outward-bound, the John Barry, Dobson, for New South Wales ; Cane Grove, Thompson, for St. Vincent's ; Elizabeth, Carr, for Berbice ; Glatton, Henry, for Honduras ; and Integrity, transport, for Waterfor
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
MARLBORO UGH STRI.,ET.—(SATuaDAy).

MARLBORO UGH STRI.,ET.—(SATuaDAy).

Yesterday, John Holmei was chaiged with breaking open the stable. , of Lord Pore, at Thornton Hall, Essex, the 17th inst. and stealing a quantity of livery clothing ; part of the property was upon the prisoner, who had been seen lurking about theiteinises. He was remanded. UNION
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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Bow STREET.—On Monday Mr. Glossop, of the Royal Coburg Theatre, and Clerk of the Cheque of his Majesty's Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, appeared before Mr. Birnie, the Sitting Magistrate, to answer a charge of _assault preferred against him by Mr. Winston, Acting Manager of the T
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
DEAFN ESS.—M R. R DOW EN, A U RIST, (FROM SALISBURY), removed from No. !24, Poland Street, Oxfoxd Street to

DEAFN ESS.—M R. R DOW EN, A U RIST, (FROM SALISBURY), removed from No. !24, Poland Street, Oxfoxd Street to

71, CHARLOTTE STREET, RATH BONE PLACE. Mr. R. respectfully informs the public, that after many years study of the diseases of the Ear, he is enabled, most confidentially, toholu out he pleasing certainty of a speedy cure in many Casesof Deafness.—The peculiar method of treatment
May 20, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England