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FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

Paris, Sept. B.—The young Dukes of Brunswick will not admit to their presence any of the English who have put on mourning for the late Queen Caroline, their aunt. A great number of artists and workmen are actively employed in the interior of the Palace Elysee- Bourbon, and the b
13 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

Paris, Sept. 21.--News from Naples state, that the finances of the Kingclotit are in so deranged a state, that unless some means are immediately provided to assist them, it will be impossible for the Treasury to meet the current expenses. The salaries of the persons engaged in t
27 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON.--TUESDA-Y , SEPTEMBER 25.

LONDON.--TUESDA-Y , SEPTEMBER 25.

LONDON.--TUESDA - Y , SEPTEMBER 25. His Majesty embarked at Ramsgate on Tuesday at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and landed at Calais at half past four in the afternoon. The feeling of affection manifested on the King's appearance in the successive towns from London to Ramsgate, mu
27 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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09 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
pu . p,is published, Price Is. , ASERMON, preached in the Chapel of.Mitgdalen Hospital. on Sunday, July 22, 1821, in

pu . p,is published, Price Is. , ASERMON, preached in the Chapel of.Mitgdalen Hospital. on Sunday, July 22, 1821, in

consequence of the Coronation of his Majesty George IV. and published at the Request of the Committee. By the Rev. EDWARD RICE, A.M. , . Assistant Chaplain at the Magdalen Hospital; one of the Classiest Maters of Christ's tiospital ; and appointed Alternate • Morning Preacher of
09 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HER LATE MAJESTY.

HER LATE MAJESTY.

Yesterday morning, soon after ten o'clock, the pndertakers' people, under the direction of Mr. Thomas, of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, had prepared the Marble Hall, at firandenburgh House, for the reception of the Royal corpse, iu order to its iag jo state. The preparations we
14 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• passports, which I immediately sent him, actompame • d by a note enclosing them. On the same day I

• passports, which I immediately sent him, actompame • d by a note enclosing them. On the same day I

received from Baron de Thuyll, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of , the Emperor of all the the note No. 9, pretending to consider Vimself and his ouguSt mitster as exposed to the infallible insults of the populate on all occasions of illumination 'such as that o
08 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPANISH PAPERS.

SPANISH PAPERS.

Vittoria, July 14.—Last Monday the priest Salazar was conveyed from Burgos hither; he had been brought from Barcelona with a good escort of cavalry and infantry. It seems that Merino has recovered hinvelf, having appeared with seventeen of his band near the Sierra; and that his
04 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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r*V! -7 - reports a trait which does honour to the French agent of that place : " Tangier, June 21.—A vessel, bearing the Austrian flag, entered lately into our roads. This flag, having no consul at Morocco, ran.the greatest dangers, especially in a period of dissension. It carr
04 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HAMBULIGH PAPERS.

HAMBULIGH PAPERS.

FROM AN AUTIIENTIC COMMUNICATION FROM CON. STANTINOPLE, JUNE 28. , c Very urgent remonstrances have beton made to the Ottoman Porte by all the great European Powers, respecting its severe and cruel conduct towards the (14reels, and the attitude it seems disposed to assume toward
04 August 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England