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December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
••-_ _ – – – THE TOMB OF BO.NAPARTE.

••-_ _ – – – THE TOMB OF BO.NAPARTE.

••-_ _ - - - THE TOMB OF BO.NAPARTE. (From the Narrative of Captain Loekerby of the ship Lindsays, now in the Port of Liverpool.) Urged by a curiosity common to all strangers, I - visited tho tomb of Bonaparte, and also the new house which had been fitted up for his reception. Th
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
BIRTIIS. At Edinburgh, on the 16th inst. Lady Berriedale, of a and heir. f Parlir On the 23d inst. the

BIRTIIS. At Edinburgh, on the 16th inst. Lady Berriedale, of a and heir. f Parlir On the 23d inst. the

la‘'y of J. Putman, Esq. 0. went-place, of a son. At Liracriek, on the 17th inst. the lady of V.O. IWO"' 6th Dragoon Guards, of a son. MARRIED. , On the 22d inst. at Brighton, the Rev. Dr. Styles, to second daughter of the late J. L. Golvill, Esq. of Parliaoo street, Westminster
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
46 , ...._---. th spi !ions, hey c !itid S nem!) Xuetlit !shonl punc:.l 1 JOB: T „ion

46 , ...._---. th spi !ions, hey c !itid S nem!) Xuetlit !shonl punc:.l 1 JOB: T „ion

December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

h o t l Saturday, a . pensioner residing in Abernethy, left his l'alse after a domestic broil, expressing his fixed determination atake.away with himself. He proceeded straightway to the 14 4 1 , and unmoored a boat, which he plied up the river. A Who had been aware of his inten
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

THE PIRATE.---BY SIR WALTER SCOTT. The Pirate is possessed of that beautiful description for which all the productions of its author are so remarkable. Like most , of the tales of the great unknown, the larger portion of the first volume is occupied with an account of the charac
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
LONDON CORN MARKETS.

LONDON CORN MARKETS.

CORN-EXCHANGE, Dec 28. 1 The wind having been adverse for some days past, we had few fresh arrivals of any Grain since last Monday, and SUPPLY we had this morning consisted entirely of land carriag e :! samples from Kent and Essex, in consequence of which prie le • f samples of
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
_ We be g leave to announce to our Readers that Sunday next, the 6th January, this Paper will "

_ We be g leave to announce to our Readers that Sunday next, the 6th January, this Paper will "

published under the name of THE OBSERVER TIMES AND AURORA BOREALIS. We at t he same time pledge ourselves, that the same writin gs and intelligence of every description will Q e continued as at present; our only motive for Changing the name is, that the Public are irn- Pressed w
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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LONDON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1821. HORRIBLE ATROCITIES OF THE GREEKS AT TRIPOLIZZA. Various reports are in circulation respecting the capture of Navarin and Tripolizza by the Greeks. All that is known for certain with respect to the first is, that the town was ceded to the Greek
December 30, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England