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SWEDEN:

SWEDEN:

APRIL 27.—A brisk cannonading. - was distinctly heard heard the 'whole of the night of the night of Mdnday last, which proves to have been an attack made by the English sloop Daphne, and two others, upon the harbom of Flastrand, in Jutland; out of they cut OK vessels laden with
May 8, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, NUT, 6.

FRIDAY, NUT, 6.

FRIDAY, 6. • Their Lordships event a Committee on the Scotch Judicature Bill, various amendments, but chiefly of ayernai description, vt ere proposed by , the Lotto CoANcra.Lott, and adopted; and several of the clauses upon whicti discussion an)se, were postponed for further coas
May 8, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROTEST

PROTEST

nNTERED ON THE JOrILNALS Or THE OF LORDS, AGAINST THE REJECTION f. 111.; REVERSO,N t7EbDAY LAST. DISSEN TI ENT, Ist. Because the Bill does not in our opinion invade any of the legal prerogatives of the Crown, or diminish any of its constitutional ioduence, but tends rather to se
March 20, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. MONDAY, MARCH 28.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. MONDAY, MARCH 28.

The Sheriffs of London presented a Petition from the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the same, against the Bill for constructing a,Bridge across the Thanies, from the Savoy Precinct to 6 Cuper ' s Bridge on the Surrey side The Petition stated, that the L . oril Mayor .was C
April 3, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, NIA lICH SO.

WEDNESDAY, NIA lICH SO.

WEDNESDAY, lICH SO. Mr. FAYE, from the 'Christchurch Election Committe reported at the Bar,. that Mr. Rose and Mr. Sturges Bourn . had been duly elected, and that the Freeholders' Pe.ti.too against their return was foutal and vexatious. 'Sr 'JOON NEWPORT gave - notice of his iiit
April 3, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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tlibrity ? Where is the cottager to find bail for . the sum expressed in the, warrant? Is it not evident that this Bill consigns him irremediably to a goal in the first instance? To his wealthy neighbour the sum expressed in the warrant will he of no consequence whatever. If he
April 10, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THEAIWICALS.

THEAIWICALS.

Nothing of novelty has occurred at either of the Theatres this week.—At Covent Garden,,Mr. Dm- DIN'S flotch Potch called Bon ifacio and perhaps the most disgraceful exhibition the Sage e% er afforded, has been acted in - defiance of the hisses and groans of indignant audience i;
April 10, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY,

COURT OF CHANCERY,

te parte LADY A “ HTLlNt—EXparie LOU) AT HLON E. and Mr. WET TI ratALt were on Thursday heard for Lady Aghritn, in the cross petitions pt:e-stinted by, her Ladyship and by Lord Athlone', her bushand's each of theln to he appointed Committee to . L6r6l Agin:int, the The learned C
April 10, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE QF HAY AND STRAW. Smithfield. . 1 . I. g. 1. 1 . . I. s. 1.. g. Straw

PRICE QF HAY AND STRAW. Smithfield. . 1 . I. g. 1. 1 . . I. s. 1.. g. Straw

2 Bto2 1$ flay 4 10 to 6 0 -Whitechapel. Clover • Straw St. James's. , I Clover 6 6 to 7 11 Hay 4 4to 6 G 1 , . 2 2le
April 10, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW. " ROLLS COURT, CILINCRRY-LANE.

LAW. " ROLLS COURT, CILINCRRY-LANE.

Monday,. March 1.. VISCOUNT MAHON V. SaitL STANITOPE..(IIIS FATHER) This was a Bill filed by Viscount Mahon against his; father,. Lord Stanhope,. to prevent dilapidations and, waste on those estates to which his Lordship was tenant, in fail; it appeared, by, a deed of settlemf4n
March 13, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England