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Mr. SCARLETT in the Chair. Resolved, That a subscription be opened for erecting a Statue to the Memory of the

Mr. SCARLETT in the Chair. Resolved, That a subscription be opened for erecting a Statue to the Memory of the

late Lord Erskine. That the following Gentlemen be appointed a Committee for the purpose eif carrying this Resolution into effect. . Mr. Serg ean t Leas, Mr. Reader, . Mr. Sergeant Vaughan, Mr. Campbell, , . Mr. Jervis, Mr. Dover, ; , Mr. Raine, Mr. Richard Wilson, , ..Mr. Scarl
January 25, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
- -•-•-• • they restored to the yoke, England would be inevitably interdicted. This,however, mast be allowed to bean important

- -•-•-• • they restored to the yoke, England would be inevitably interdicted. This,however, mast be allowed to bean important

consideration, and sufficient in itself to insure our friendship. - - Mails from Lisbon and Brazil arrived yesterday. They add but little to the intelligence previously received from the latter . country. It is strongly suspected that the Emperor DON PEDRO is acting a double par
January 25, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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January 18, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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--- - _ _ the literature of the day,must he aware that persc,•aage, shortly after the death of his late Majesty, wrote • a poem which he called The Vision of Judgment. in that poem Mr. Southey introduced a form of verse in imitation of the Roman poets, new. I believe, in this cou
January 18, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
NUMBER 12.

NUMBER 12.

March 21, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
MENDICITY SOCIETY, RED LION SQUARE.

MENDICITY SOCIETY, RED LION SQUARE.

We have been much pleased with the prot'eadings which we have had an opportunity of observing at tuna office, and as we are of opinion that an Institution for suppressing or controlling iMendicity, must, if well conducted, form DU mean auxiliary to the Police of the ,Metropolis,
January 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
BIRTH.

BIRTH.

On Christmas Day, at the house of the Iron. Airs. Cornwall, 37, Grosvenor-place,. the Lady of John Cornwall, Esq.. of a daughter.. MARRIED. On the Ist instant, Rethel Henderson', Esq., of Rristol,.c)- 114:ary Anne, 'second daughter of the late-John. Gadesaen; Esq., of Bow; Middl
January 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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giO mit bee cas tait . the Gei pre are my be elm peal Leal stat 4 Will Con! all

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January 11, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
CITY OFFICE.-RED LION SQUARE. •• INTERESTING CASE. . The following curious_circumstance has transpired at the above Office during the last

CITY OFFICE.-RED LION SQUARE. •• INTERESTING CASE. . The following curious_circumstance has transpired at the above Office during the last

week. Some time since, a poor woman, a native of Hanover, .came over to this country for the purpose I tY - joining her husband, from whom she had been long separated, and who, she had reason to think was serving in the King's German Legion. This expectation, however, Was not re
January 11, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
TL M WEEKLY GLOBE. LONDON SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1824.

TL M WEEKLY GLOBE. LONDON SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1824.

The evidence against THURTELL was so clear and -conclusive, there could remain no doubt of his guilt. It is satisfactory, however, that though he declined making a full confession, he admitted the justice of his sentence. The .case of IIuNT is now coming into discussion; his gui
January 11, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England