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VAUXHALL.

VAUXHALL.

Under the Patronage of his ItoAal Highnefs the Prince of Wales. 1( n !;.y, next, July 9, will ne a Grant) Gala and Brilliant ..I)iiplay ot Fire Works.—Achniffion 3s. Doors open at Seven, • and the Concert begins at Eight o'.gle.ck. • • • Royal Amphitheatre . , AtVey's, Weßminfte
07 July 1810 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
, , This is putilithed, price.2s. R tt 1 oni .E. - I.lht SPENCet I'EACILV4L, 1:1 S',lo by Si.,t-tagfier, atrancl.

, , This is putilithed, price.2s. R tt 1 oni .E. - I.lht SPENCet I'EACILV4L, 1:1 S',lo by Si.,t-tagfier, atrancl.

• ' C: , yrttAcT - T I-IE ( . 4 being T • ÜbOtit crett tweve Atmi Ilcuti-R, with a ceittre,Bmitting, • tt pa tt 4.tovir cihtt t Ealt. Afton, tn - the county ( it "ch: ftfq,a as .may LeetJrius. . ttv.enntyaril tot: the a,e irquirol tietvcr ineir writinx) , at OrEce, in Got:lir:10
07 July 1810 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
. _ Per , lor, lxvl).yle family and references are of the firli.,se(peetithility,.would feel hetfelf happy in aeeeptin:a Situation asCorti;

. _ Per , lor, lxvl).yle family and references are of the firli.,se(peetithility,.would feel hetfelf happy in aeeeptin:a Situation asCorti;

, ailion, • and to I uperinterul te domettic .affidis • of a Lady, or nenteel Entail Family. . She , ,fiatters herfelf the Would give fatii,Netiou, as.fht ha :•; been.thany y6ar in a iituation. ot this kid orNould have-no objei'lion to 'undertake a u.t;tor: as Nurfery. Governefs
07 July 1810 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MILFORD, DEc. 9.

MILFORD, DEc. 9.

Arrived - the Henry, Kircher, from St. John's, New- , foundland, with loss of bowsprit and tiller, fore-topmast sprung, Part of the cargo thrown overboard, and is otherwise . damaged and leaky; it is ,supposed she must discharge to repair. - Also arrived the Margaret, Crownian,
03 January 1818 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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27 November 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE 'MORNING HERALD.

THE 'MORNING HERALD.

LON 1)f) 7,4 S 11/ 1113 Ell 2. We had no Paris papers, on Tuesda!, , , or yesterday, nor any other arrival from the Continent. The defi , cienty is not much to be lamented, The proposed Law . . upon the Liberty of the Press will probably remain 'before the .ttreau.i of the Chamb
27 November 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DISTRESSED SEAMIN:

DISTRESSED SEAMIN:

DISTRESSED A Meeting was held yesterday, at the King's Head Tavern in the Poultry, to take into consideration some plap for . the relief of -the unemployed Sea.mep, who are wandering through the •streets of the metropolis in a state of pauperism.. The Lord Mayor had, been invited
03 January 1818 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ALHAMBRA.--GRAND BALLET, FANTISMUF, at 8.30.

ALHAMBRA.--GRAND BALLET, FANTISMUF, at 8.30.

23 March 1869 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SPOLIATION BILL.

THE SPOLIATION BILL.

TO THE EDITOR. SlR,—The Duke of Devonshire receives two-thirds of the tithe rent-charge of fifteen parishes in the south of Ireland: amounting to 6640/., while the officiating clergy receive but 2173/. The laity are to be deprived of the services of these clergymen, and the nobl
23 March 1869 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
(Co:fin.:q the Third Faye). tissiag the solemn Act of Union as a mere act of parliament. It was more, it

(Co:fin.:q the Third Faye). tissiag the solemn Act of Union as a mere act of parliament. It was more, it

was a most important arrangement come to by two parliaments which represented two nations. Ireland made it an essential condition of their assenting to the Act of Union that the union of the Churches should be the foundation of the union of the two countries. • Without this cond
23 March 1869 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England