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UGUiT Ir. since dull sto leSt ar k , " belat (hi r:-t:e lorti 1,40.

UGUiT Ir. since dull sto leSt ar k , " belat (hi r:-t:e lorti 1,40.

August 29, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
MARY-LA-BONNE.

MARY-LA-BONNE.

Tuesday, a yontig'unil "Very intelligent lady requested the advice of the Magistrate. She stated herself to he the friend of a foreign lady, who, a short time since, had established herself in the neighbourhood of ftegent- s t r eet, la the fancy millinery business., and was in
August 29, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
. THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND. , RM. BRA }, - lAs ght, - TO-IitORROW, AUGIIST.—When will be presented

. THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND. , RM. BRA }, - lAs ght, - TO-IitORROW, AUGIIST.—When will be presented

PER FREISCHIJTZ- - ; or, the Seventh Bullet! . Rodolph, Mr. Braham. Caspar, Mr. Beral ; from the Royal Theatres of Dresden, Vienna and Breslau, (being his first and only appearance on an English Stage), and in which be will sing theTbree OriginatSongs, and also the Original Musi
August 29, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
,-- in his ascent in the character of Committee and Stewards; but who, we understood, were co-proprietors in the speculation,

,-- in his ascent in the character of Committee and Stewards; but who, we understood, were co-proprietors in the speculation,

seemed to regard their own interest solely, and did not take a single view of the unfortunate mates body; but having Collected the balloon,- car, and apparatus together, they loaded a chaise-cart, and were about proceeding to town with them, when some offict rs seized upon .them
May 30, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 30, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
In royal Bvo., price ISs. boards, ATREATISE on the LAW RELATIVE, to SALES of PERSONAL PROPERTY. - By GEORGE LONG,

In royal Bvo., price ISs. boards, ATREATISE on the LAW RELATIVE, to SALES of PERSONAL PROPERTY. - By GEORGE LONG,

Esq. Barrister at Law. Of the Parties to the Salc—Of the Dilnaner in which a valid Sale may he made, and of circumstances which invalidate the Sale—On the Construction of Contracts of Sale— Of Warranties—Of Sales by Auction—Of rescinding Contract—Of the Transfer of the Property_
May 30, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
WARMINSTER, MAY 22. . Wheat 44s Od to 704 Od I Oats .26s Od to 503 Ott Barley .245.0 d

WARMINSTER, MAY 22. . Wheat 44s Od to 704 Od I Oats .26s Od to 503 Ott Barley .245.0 d

to 37s Od I Beans 48s Ott to 54s Od
May 30, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, MAY IS:

TUESDAY, MAY IS:

TUESDAY, Mr. LOCKHART - presented a Petition from the Pawn; brokers otthe Metropolis, agaiust the Equitable Loan Bill; praying to be heard by Countel . against the same:—Ordered to be printed. Sir JOSEPH yo RKE presented a Petition in behalf ef soy - oral Friendly Societies, agai
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
CORN TRADE.

CORN TRADE.

Mr. CURTEIS moved for a Return of the several Persons who hat! made Retarns to the Corn inspectors of. British Corn sold during the six weeks previous to May, 184 ; also, a copy of any Leiter written by the Board of Trade, on the subject of Frauds, in the Returns, with the ansiv
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
LEATIMR. TAX,

LEATIMR. TAX,

General GASCOYNE, referring to certain evidence recently taken before the Committee on the Hides and Skins Bill, showing, that if any, all the restrictions on the leather trade ought to be removed, asked if it would not be more expedient for the Hon. Member for Wareham to postpo
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England