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APRIL 17.—The Duke of Angouleme, who left Mondragon this morning at half past seven, was Welcomed with enthusiasm throughout the

APRIL 17.—The Duke of Angouleme, who left Mondragon this morning at half past seven, was Welcomed with enthusiasm throughout the

whole road, and complimented as he passed through the villages on his way. The Prince often stopped to inquire into the wants of the soldiers; he is.,indthis mender alway,s kind to those who accompany him. He arrived at Vittoria at half past two, amidst the warmest, demonstratio
April 30, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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Learned Gentleman had a right to assume ttiese charges as proved' when therewas already evidence againat'them. MR. BROUGHAM resurneit. He certainly had a right to argue upon what was before them in evidence, althangh he did not assume it to be proved.'.-It was in evidence that t
May 28, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
GERMAN PAI'ERS.

GERMAN PAI'ERS.

. . Soto, FEB. B.—. Since the 4th of January, the Greeks, in almost all the villages, have rebuilt or repaired' their' churches. The Turks went frequently, by night, or clandes: tinely in the day time, into the houses that were partly Yurn-t, and-did great damage, in order to ca
May 7, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DIED. H. B. Flint, youngest son of Sir C. Flint—at Bromptoo, George, aged 19 . Son of Sir D Wedderburn—Miss

DIED. H. B. Flint, youngest son of Sir C. Flint—at Bromptoo, George, aged 19 . Son of Sir D Wedderburn—Miss

Maria Stark..v. secodd daughter of the Raw. Dr. Starkey—on the 48th of May, Charles Parker, aged 10 years, youngest son of late Cap. Sir P. Parker, Bart.—Lieut. It. Maltrnan, R.N —On Sunda,. aged 76, Mary, wileof the Rev. T. W. Western.
June 4, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Nas--141,-

Nas--141,-

Nas- - 141,- fire to the house, and when in &se% fired several shots in triumpli, one of them frequently raking upfthe thatch with a sword, in - order to render the destruction inore-effeetnat the whole of the hirnitur..; the poor woman's small stock of provisions some poultry, -
May 14, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

An inquest was held on Monday at the Windsor Castle, Francis-street, Westminster, on the body of Charlotte Miller. The deceased had a brain fever, and on Saturday, she called out to her attendant—" Barrier, I have done it ;" and on her approaching the bed, she found had cut her
May 14, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CITY-ONE O'CLOCK.

CITY-ONE O'CLOCK.

Several expreares have arrived from Paris this morning, bringing accounts that the French capital was in a gate of complete agitation in consequence of reports that the French forces had been defeated. It was believed that the French Government had received despatches which were
June 11, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Aug. 9,8. A. Beanett IVorship-atreet and Battle Bridge, coaci,maufactures Aug. 9. E. W. lieraell, late of White Lien Wharf, Upper 'filainea•stsget,cores old coal-dealer. al Messrs. •it mei PI ,n4,P Aug. 29, E. Rensad, Birmingham. whio-maker, at the Royal Hotel, Templerow—Autr. 4
August 6, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LETTER FROM SIR H. LEES TO CAPT. ROCK.

LETTER FROM SIR H. LEES TO CAPT. ROCK.

"Black Rock, Friday o luly, 18, 1823. "I do not telieve there exists a Roman Cath,lic in the county of Dublin, or the adjoining counties, who would hurt a hair of my head. Should Generargoea, or any of the Limerick assassins, venture into these parts, on a campaign, and do me th
August 6, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
jtst published, in 12mo. ss. b.id. the fifth edition, corrected and enlarged, of yrllE CAMBRIAN TOURIST; or, Poet-Chaise Companion through

jtst published, in 12mo. ss. b.id. the fifth edition, corrected and enlarged, of yrllE CAMBRIAN TOURIST; or, Poet-Chaise Companion through

Wales; containing cursory Sketches of the Welch Territories, a DWI Iption of the Mangers, Customs, and Gamed of the Natives. With vh . rto c oinprehending, view, the adviseable Route, be 4t Inns, Distances, ;7,i - objects most worthy of attestion. With a beautiful Engraving of t
June 25, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England