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British Statesman (Newspaper) - February 16, 1819, London, Middlesex IT IOK m n fcs fr K i v TO CCEPT httftkft you o Oppopenthas indeed h irV npon the 1 is guidance OF THE Freedom and which they their Vftlh to be matched ub to the the resources fhebetter Will be i i a was let me only entreaj you to supper of sr late a by sgontaneQUsly coming fpr ward without your It VouidTlfalfe leenuiy have paid my ty f ectors j but the Curried manner in this Contest will I hope I shall a be Island fefere iwept tire J as the honour bj the of any I have the honour to Yoor Faithful February Second Time this SeaRotv STR A N I TH B THE PARE THIS PRESENT ltbi raud i a ring the will he second time this rhe celebvated Origianf Drama or Melo Rohlantie BtrVletta by with new new d voinaotic Dresses and The OAK CHEST i The SONS and the ROBBERSS IXAUGHTEK Principal Count of IVf James Jonre a Spanish GomersaVL Henrico De a Courier fvorii the Smollett j Bruto Oaptain of Bf a Kvilber uoder pf a Nicholas De Chief of BandTolT Mere iitb Tinoco De LaisOiaod his Campbell and r jT Mfv Walbournv MK a herd MjS6 3roadhurst InfRDkt Son of JVfJssDaty Hatrters Principal SmuggleiSi WalbourBi Adrian wife of After Scotch composed by IIQBJN AND ASIAN IBJ 4 Miss Miss essiated liy the whole de T psan A b HALFPAY OFFICER tOVE AND Principal CharacferSi Sir Felix farmer Buckingham j Jones Jessy Florid Miss Le Biun Kirby Bemetzrieder and Miss Miss The whoJe and Music by with the exrcpttim of a Duet by and the Songs snug by Jones tlito two latter are aud maybie liad at Fentums Music i In the course of the Two favourite Comic he and u iProfessional Dinner by and a Grand Fas De by John Jones and JVJiss Doors open at and begin at Halfpast Pilt Gallery Second Price at Halfpast Places to be taken of at the Boxoffice of the from till pfaces cannot be after Scotts Night b for 1st tif A Dayia S price ARY vrittr the private JJife olF late wlfll an historical Memoir of Str Samuel authentic concerttiofe few Family 5 a Acconnt of 1ord Chiffc Jgggfftift another of the fafe jirith nal Letters Life and AoaVvsjs of tM Biographical Notiges of Sir Bernard Ar Mr Royal Hmnaiie Society WiUJaOJ with an Account of their i The intetspiersed variety bforiginardocu togefhjer with an qf and an Index of persons lately Piinted for London Of whom may be and for 1817 aod prjbpe TMPRB8SED just and sense of dm JL calamitous results arising from the injudicious treatment fi a certain contracted in a manner too well known t requke add dfteii ou its uobappy 4ic a series of distressing insupportable E A DT respectfully calls the attention of thpse to liis pecldfarttftdinost effectual method of unlikefbe advertising empiric of the or the equally of who hold the word of promise to the ear aud break it to EadywUi not presame iufaUihility description hfimaS assisted by aod skill be promises a and permanent feRtorati6n bafi itS made every species of SypJiiUUc and its various rain of the primary objects of his professional and bejnif flattered by the Adctess which bas accompanied his roodeof course pf laboiioiis he is enabled to with the fuHest puetetiBJOBS at ooceibemJast hopeful and PfiirE 7i liSf i i yi i if i i m an Languages vfreek and Translations of the Bibliography Languages penCoin8 ja rwill iMus of the superiority of T2a3yrs which has found to prevaiijeven Public proved Spefef a4ditioft JftaJiy be fouofl in reviving the 6od debftftated enetgiBs tdca may still be 7 full vaJw fpp cither in Cash or iobtlier WQRKS ANEW VIEW O SOCIETY in Essays the Formation of the Hutaaa prepara tory to the Developement of a plan far giddoaily ameiiora tiqg the Condition of Third 8o price Tracts relative to the New View of Society viz posals for raising a College of of ail Trades and By John Repriated from the published in Report to the Commtttee the Assecintion for the Belief of the Msumfactimng and La bpuririg A Brief SketcG of the Society of People called An Account of Public Proceed ing which took pUiceip Condon in July aud August price An Address delivered to the Inhabitants of New at Iwstttuiigji the Forpaa lion of Ttietltird Price Observations on the Effect ef the Manufacturing The which are Twi Letters on the Employment of Children in and a Letter on the Union of Churches and Price Twd Mehiorials behalf of the Working Classes the first presented i to the Governments of jEurope and the second to the Allied Powers in Congresg AijclaChapelJe ts Priiited for and add bie harfof oiher Dayi price on THE en tered int6 bis Britannic Waiesty and bis Most Faithful signed at Londonytbi 30th of 1817 between signed at fiM of and Ineeo tna amlliis the Htitff of Or pHfeiflliig tlieir iuBjecis from in any illicit traffic in By for Ojmje anjl Pa tefnostVrrow opposite the Royal Exchange Piccadilly j and Carendish Np a LY WIRHQR Price finished full length Portrait of THE NUMBER amorvgst a variety of ioteresiitig Meimoir of IVrisi Withinvj Dom a Th4 8 a from the German of Lessioy Carious Sfcfjrof the Ule of Original Theatrical Inquisitor on the of the arid Coventgarden Minor and pppnrtpuity1 nf returning their grateful acknowledgments for the very liberal patro nage the Work has and beg to that no ex ertion on their part shall fee maintain the high rank it has aud hope to prove by their attention to the literary department which is conducted by a Gentle toaaef Itoown veil as to the graphic itturfvation of the their determination tomerit its are now they may be da complete Mirror of the and Bistdry of PJC remarkable Dranaaljc JtncWbjuts occurred ring a of seven It is particularly recommended Presents o Friends and can be had rn various dn ruDlisbed by at his Royal Subscription Circu arid North Vefydn it that PRINCES celebrated RUSSIA QiL is tbefcfbirfesiMPBstanl best Oil for preserving andnromoti jy the frame the relaxed Eady happy o cootey cheering and ositive assurances most rng sm elated positive assurances be only fr the frpm io e Genjlenien Hilw and liave tfeast signs of Joqts remaining by if has been 24fh tBe Lord of 1 nafl f id Bnvcne of Mc discount therefore tisk TorBriBfees it is not answer Soldoy the orfgmal utreftV ttl bia tyw Tichhornestreeh ttoAssanA of the most principal Perfumers and in em foU and lylAttj n P KEEX fcfiitioti of Wr trfctionary tffrb make ai many JgjN TOtyTtix already rpublisHed fa jahidRcryal with Proof each id i r lltbe to wtifcli itffe1 ana PtCtiojiary of Chttntefs and Accurate i rUustrate this wmra rims t rate tnw tittito themselves of nlillty and render llie VV 4f 4Ik P Work in this of to insure every Perfection in their and tp fulfil their brigitial the Proprietors have already expanded Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds ou the rHE SARApENS HEAD GOOD and EXPEDITIOUS To all parts of the Inside the best and kept excellent by MOUNTAIN and Saracens Head The following Post Mail set out fronithe Safacens Head a new Liverpool Light only one night the carrying four rosides and four 9ery dayat one amveeat Liverpool next afterndoh at six through JDforth Litcti Prearot and fwir insifie at eight oclock in the dhfy nine w aofl dine at the Dolphin This fnqst hyvul to the ftle of Shifftiall Post eyevy fire new Poft every at The Weymouth Packet to V and new Post at half Six jthrougb Brid out petweeqLondon and F and r Renal Mai odtevery and HulL at hand Bristol Flying Post tl T w the Gfreyhound and aud the next to Light called the sets every Morning at carries foujInsides gxes remarkably with a Guard Passes through and to the Golden next mOTJiiJDfp Not wijtbstahding Jhe uucpinmou expedition this jt is alfOwed tb be the mosf complete public con vdyfcrtceen the North unequalted in accouirao dalion by any GretnaGreeni rts of CalUJperdpyrn Newcastle andEdinburgh New performed th a dSitard orit every a4 JBight yay of firfafjcg fhcraselves tiTe jength t rest time tbey procee any additional to the Black frofla wiheoce Qjacbes run to irJa and other eyery at half past Six Cross Hair and Post Four Horsef and a Guard fhe Passed h wi and nearest Way by f8 1tfefsCoriVvevery Per ey vHttrihe PaissVuffirs for the tained on the by business or advantage of their seaja JaJthel Chorleyj aqd peculiar called the firV arid BiriningKatn nexidaii Plnli r i Totffinliam and W l Isle of and twicq a tfeVerVlttayi5 0 A ffe IMPERIAL the Bisfiop Q mj from The I he jJin UfUUgU llouse ojT Broaden and read froin of the ProsiMtions oh the motidnotthe Ewl ot Jn ordered to Lord KEN YON Petition frorii and riNj m TabieaCntimlter of the late in jeferred to iij the of the at the the and his intention io4nove the Thanks the to the qf Hastings and the The Lords wt v IQ tje The Earl of LIVERPOQU also by commanci of Royal Highnejss the Prince laid upon the Taole seVefai Papers poncerning the hegocia tions relative to the Slave The Marquis of liANSDOWN rose to ask a ques tion respecting two Treaties on the subject of the Slafe as to wnether they had car pied Into question the fact unhappily the 13 lave Trade carriell on orMhe of rendered of the greatest H6 alluded to the Treaties Spa a and rn a mixed Coin mission was to be appoirited for the purpose of Je riding on of Blave wished to knoW that Jiad been appointed as the time nrnited for the appointment iiarj si nee on the partxjf jthis vvell as oh this part of Sjpaih and bat the Coca Jet Been The Marquis LANfefiO WN moved for an Ad dress to the Prince for Copies of Dispatches from the Governor Genei al ofIndiai Thomas of MaijorGeneral GiU by klkJ of As under stood the motion was not intended to be fie enter at any rengjh into the fte ik would appear our trariSiaiGtroirS wilh Piklembang had been of a terior toTtrhe cession to us 6V the Sultan of the Island ofBgncatfiat services had rendered by the particttJarly in preventing the massacre of the DukR Authorities and thaVWedisftitictly On consideration of of to the authotityofthe Sultan of It would that we received an equwa neglected the VHieh we Bancafrom the ieff that Sovereign with out any of the security which we had agreed1 to gua rantee to orj our receiving from Coalman of the tee take iatocorisideration the Petition cpmpiajujng teturh for the Borough of that theSitting Mem Sir Cunningham was not MgBli been returned ought to have been was not frivolous or was conseifjuently namebf Cunningham and to insert that ofJoha of Mrv new ej iii County of Kerrj since his y of Steward 6f the Chiltern pMMnted a Petition from bf praying Tor a to be of a number of relative toi the average amount of Bank JPost Bills in circulation at were to be laid before the there that he had that some of the great subjects with Bank of to which he the attention of the would not be considered by the Finance rattoMWithinihe scope of their One rf the question of glances in t lie hands of the ho believed Ke at Foft there great branch of the subject tw Charge for the management by the Bank ot the debt ujiJess tbe4 Committee of Finance should it was his inteniion
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