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And BRITISH and 14'GREIGN MONITOR.

And BRITISH and 14'GREIGN MONITOR.

completely ruined ; and be solemnly declared, that, unless this desirable object was carried into immediate execution, he, for one, would be under the absolute nece*ty,.before that day twelvemonth, of leaving the country: with his fatuity, to, reside where provisions and all the
January 25, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PO' IGN INTELLIGENCE. PARIS PAPERS.

PO' IGN INTELLIGENCE. PARIS PAPERS.

Vnamt, JAN - . 3.—1 have already announced the 'arrival of the news of the Treaty of Ghent. It has made a great sensation. It is impossible to doubt that England has sacrificed the advantages she could have obtained, in order to have the free disposal of all her foites in Europe
January 25, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE

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CIRCULATED (FREE or POSTAGE) IN EVERY PART OF BRITISH EMPIRE.
March 22, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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April 5, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
And BRITISIt and_ FOREIGN MONITOR.

And BRITISIt and_ FOREIGN MONITOR.

Johu_ltodgers, Isaac and David Porter, captains in the Nary, to form the Board of Navy Coutniis- sioaers. The following Message was,. on Monday week, transmitted by the President of the United States to both Houses . of Congress • " To the Senate and .11() use- of Representative
April 5, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR PIIENOMENON.—WhiIst the Lady Louise packet, Captain GUIDON, which arrived at Falmouth on Sunday week from the Brazils, was on

SINGULAR PIIENOMENON.—WhiIst the Lady Louise packet, Captain GUIDON, which arrived at Falmouth on Sunday week from the Brazils, was on

her voyage -home, her decks, spars, sides, &c. were suddenly and completely covered (in some places to the thickness of half an inch) with a yellow dust An explanation of this extraordinary circumstance has been attempted, by supposing it to be the effect of a violent eruption o
April 5, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCE. GOOD NEWS FROM AFRICA!

MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCE. GOOD NEWS FROM AFRICA!

Extract of a Letter from Mr. Read, to Mr. Campbell, dated at Betlwlsdorp, October 10, 1611. (Continued from our last.)- On my return to Bethelsdorp, I found affairs in an unpleasant state. I had been sighing, crying, and looking to the Lord for support, and he has been so kind a
March 8, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
111 ,kAlt "zi.---st TISH anti FOREIGN MONITOR.

111 ,kAlt "zi.---st TISH anti FOREIGN MONITOR.

111 ,kAl t "zi.---st TISH anti FOREIGN MONITOR. that it should be committed on INionday sc'onight. a division the numbers ivere, For' the cututnitment - on Monday next - • Apinst it ---—--44 Majority „ On our re-admission irito the Gallery vie round thellouse in a Committee on th
March 8, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PARIS .PAPERS.

PARIS .PAPERS.

PARIS, MAY 31.—The Moniteur gives an official annnuncement of theintended ceremony of the Ch:imp de Mai k : n Thursday the Ist of June. The different .public bodies and authorities are to go in precession, with the usual escort. The Emperor will leave the Thuilleries at eleven o
June 7, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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February 8, 1815 - Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England