Military Register, September 22, 1819

Military Register

September 22, 1819

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Issue date: Wednesday, September 22, 1819

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1814 - 1821

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Military Register (Newspaper) - September 22, 1819, London, Middlesex THfe MiUrARt 2 rn !^ HISTORY- POLITICS-LITERATURE, &c; f I. i**� Vol. Xlf.- Vo. 298.1 -- �.....  * i.'i ,== WEDNESDAY, $EPV. 22, 1819, [ Fri Creole's Ho�f�)t�lt &c. 2 On CHEMISTRY, iiicJiiilii^ MEDICAL JURIS-HtUDEMCE} �t the Roy^l I hhi if ill urn, on. Tuesday October & at Nine i� the morning, by vv. T* BliARDE, rroffs�?ov ii. Land Seci IL'S. 3 On THERAPEUTICS, with MATERIA MEDIC A, 0:1 Wednesday Oct. 6, nl Eight i�i the Morning, at No". 9, Georofe Stieet,'by Ceorge Pearson, M. D. &c. &c. '4 On SURGERY, at hisfheai;^ in v"ii,dmill S'neot, o� Friday, Oct. I, al Seven in the Evening, by B. C. BroDIk.F R .>\ Assist. Surgeon to St. GeprgeVHospLlnl. 5 LECTURES on SURGERY will be given by Si, Evbrard KoilS, gratuitously, to the Pupils of St. George V Hospital. N, B; Proposals mat be had at St. George's Hospital, and at the Houses of 'he respective Lecturers. �-'��_--_' . Hi I . _-_------- AGENTLEWOMAN, whose husband is in ill health, wishes to obtaiir some writing, as an eaililcymenf, to enable her to support her family, whkh she no(iId execute on very moderate terms, and with grateful punctuality. tefier* addressed L. L at the Ctrcula.ting- Library, Bnihill Row, or to the Office of this pau*r, will be duty attended to. 7V Proprietor of the Regi*t*-r of History, Politics, and Literature, far (he Army, published emry Wednesday as eMtmvspaper, and afterwards i ha If quarterly Und quart enljj p^||i'Qn with it. "Part of the \Vest\Sf S(*�A|^|^aargh -hitherto tranquil has been, excited3|jfp4cto*HOur of Hunt,* as we learn front, his name being, made a 'watchword, into some of the most disgraceful tumults that have occurred. One striking mark ;of this character is that as the Clergy of that part of the United Kingdom is generally com-� posed of tbe most exemplary, as well-as the 1 most learned and well informed men, so the people are attached to the ordinances of their religion* and remarkably observant of the Sabbath day; and this day was.oa the occasion of which we are obliged to speak one peculiarly marked by atrocity] With this'characteristic that shews how such assemblies tend to demoralise a people, there is another that exhibits to such as are actuated only by vague ideis of political reform, the danger of fortuitous association ; for not only the mischievous^ idle, but the lowest classes of thieves seem, to have avail themst-tves of the opporinttoMr^ affect their design* ; the street lamps we^p&Toktn, and shops robbed. Somf others, we hopf not of any of the disbanded forces, seem to have had military i