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COURT OF RING'S BENCH.-YESTERDAY.

COURT OF RING'S BENCH.-YESTERDAY.

THE KING V. WEAVBII, ARHOWSNITH, AND SHACKIE, The Solicitor-General mentioned this case to their Lordships on the part of the defendants. . The record of the conviction was then read by the Clerk of the Crown Office, in which it appeared that the defendants had been convicted of
November 25, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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corners. It was an Impuial crown which wus carried the rushion. Two of her Majesty's state servants behind the carriage. 0 Squadron of horse, two and two, attended by their commanding offieer. . Hearse with eight black horses. Page. Page. Page. Pag, Each side of the hearse was d
August 19, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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_ (From the Durham Chloniele.) the p e r di shall ecut beexpected i on com m e ncommenced say somethingainst us f o r libel. W ibe respecting rr he paragraph complained of as libelous, was written in consequence of the Clergy of Durham omitting (contrary to the conduct of the cle
December 2, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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%111 Mi DRURY LANU.—On Tuesday evening, the : Tragedy of "De Montfort . ' was revived" at this house. it has undergone considerable alteration from the pen of its authoress, Johanna Baillie,' • with a view to give it a stage effect for whiLli it was never intended. The adaptation
December 2, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
C -I'M AAN :D.

C -I'M AAN :D.

C - I'M AAN :D. As a proof of the amenity uf the weather in this Northern - region, we may mention,. that some rose.stra . wberries were last week polled in a gar.leu in the Hawk-hill. " Ti.ere are atpresont one kindred. and sixteen aged and distressed females, many of whom are u
November 4, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
Prre EIGN T OE,

Prre EIGN T OE,

- ODESSA, OCT. 1. We are stillinexpcctation of ulterior events. It is said that the Guards have received orders to march towar , li the south. — The Emperor has granted a pension of 10,000 rubles. to the widow of Prince Morousi late Dra , oman of gled at Constantinople. - She NV
November 4, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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October 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK ELECT lON.

SOUTHWARK ELECT lON.

Sir Robert Wilson may not improbably succeed again here He is said, like his father, (our English Claude,) to have beer* very successful on hiscanvass. In his financial qualifications he s also like his father---by no means successful in figures." Having, thus, at random extract
October 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

The fluctuations of the week have not been 83 considerable anticipated from the operation of the Corn Market upon the -unds : the weather having improved, and an immense quantity of . grain .being in the river, has had the effect of keeping the price of Stocks. There are.two cir
September 23, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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-The popularity of Miss M‘Leod's " Talcs of Ton" has induced her to publish a second, and even a third series. Of the first have already given our opinion; of the second, being composed of detached stories, we cannot say they are all equally good, but some are excellent ; and of
November 11, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England