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LONDON.

LONDON.

SATURDAY, JUNE 27. The result of the Poll yesterday at the Westmin- ster Election, is exactly such as we anticipated. Now that their infamous practices have been detected, and in some degree exposed, the Burdettiles begin to desist ; and as they were afraid to bring up the same
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE HON. MRS. PEL HAM'S tAR±r. The Lady of the Lord Bishop of Exeter enter- tained A fashionable circle, on

THE HON. MRS. PEL HAM'S tAR±r. The Lady of the Lord Bishop of Exeter enter- tained A fashionable circle, on

Thursday evening, iv Connaught-place, when the magnificent range of apartments were thrown open at 10 o'clock. The company partook ofthe elegant refreshments, which were served up In the first style. At two o'clofck the party broke up. There were present — The Duchess of Leeds a
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

ON TUE RFCENT UNMANLY ATTACKS MADE UPON SIR MURRAY MAXWELL, AT COVKNT-GAUOEN. When Gallia strove all nations to enslave, And c'en Britannia felt a secret dread, 'Till Nelson rush'd to triumph on the wave — And for his Country mingled with the dead ! How valued then were " Englan
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I &7H MURRAY MAXtVELL.

I &7H MURRAY MAXtVELL.

The brutal assault upon Captain Sir Muni** ay Maxwell has hatl much more serious* effects than were at first apprehended; So great a swelling Covers that side of the head which was struck, that the Surgeons are Unable to ascertain whether tiie skull be injured or not. It is cert
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

BIBURY ME*_TING(ATBvnFonD)— Thi-rsday,J_ne2s. Sweepstakes of sgs each, with 56g« added by the Clnb, for horses that never won more than ?? at any one time (ex» ?? ; thVee-yr.olds.l7st. four, Bst. 91b. tive, 9s t. 71b. six, and aged, lOst. Three miles." Mr. West's eh. f. Leah, 4
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE LATE STORM _V THF. ISLE OF FR.MCF

THE LATE STORM _V THF. ISLE OF FR.MCF

i„ ,h_ -1 i ? ?? .Particulars with respect to the hurricane in the L-leof l-rance, it appears that sixty dead bodies had been taken up 1,, the ,-oad, and that sad apprehensions were enter- tamed with regard to the next intelligence from the Isle of Bourbon. No less than fifty sh
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL MEDALS. \

NATIONAL MEDALS. \

We. hnve had occasion m notice the origin and •p-f-'gress ofthe National Medals brought forward by .*i Gentleman named MudiE. He was induced, as we ?? to project thi-s w ( ,,k by the sene,*- of Medals 1:> which Bonaparte endeavoured to eternize the rem* t-b'nnce of his atro. tou
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRITISH COBALT. '

BRITISH COBALT. '

His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, always ready to foster and entourage every thing tending to promote exertions for ihe puhlic benefit, has been graciously pleased to patronize the discovery of the titineral called Cobalt, fotmerly imported into this country, in lar-je quant
27 June 1818 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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**" / . '/ * * A^S*^

**" / . ?? * * A^S*^ No. 7011. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1847. PRICE sd.
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NA VY.

THE NA VY.

Promotions. Lieut. Matthew Charles Forster (1830), first lieutenant of the Rodney, 92, Captain Collier, Channel squadron, to the rank of commander, Lieut. Robert Jenner (1840), first lieutenant of the Excellent, guinery-ship at Portsmouth, te the rank of commander. Gunners.— Joh
28 January 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England