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LONDON TITHES BILL.

LONDON TITHES BILL.

Dr.'PHILLUSIORE presented a petition from the Reverend Dr. Owen, Rector or St. Olive's, Hart-Street, against the London ,tithes bill. Mr. Cous-rENA'k presented a similar petition from Roger Kynaston, Esq. of Portman-square. Mr. Alderman 'Wool) moved the second reading of the Lon
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FR,OM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

FR,OM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

SUPERSEDED. 3, Davis, Carmarthen, spirit-dealer. Openshaw, Bury, Lancashire, cotton-manufacturer. It. P. Evans, Bernard-street, Russell-square, merchant.
May 23, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COLONL4I, INTELLIGENCE.

COLONL4I, INTELLIGENCE.

(From the Jamaica Papers.) KINGSTON, May 29 . w v •as h y - -A , Court of Common Council n after some routine business las transact, e ld n o : Wednesday, letternes da, from the Editor of the 1?oyal Ga :-t--to th e M ayor, Al d ermen, and Common Council ingston, W as read as fol
July 25, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
public rumour led: them to the belief that it would be well to watch a certaiti private Litt, then. in

public rumour led: them to the belief that it would be well to watch a certaiti private Litt, then. in

its prOgresS", titled "An Act t enable the Alliance Fire and Life-fewranee Company to sue and be sued in the name . of their chairman," &c. . They, in fact, learned that fire and life insurance were not the ultimate, but only the pi:qeizerrel, objects of that company; and that t
July 25, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TILE INQUEST.

TILE INQUEST.

On day, at eight onclay.a Jury of highly respect,- able4rentliiiieri, -of which JoeoPh Hume, Esq. M. P. Was Man, assembled at the house, and on the Coroner, Thomas Stirling, Esq. arriving, they were impannelled in the drawingroom. John Cross, footman to the deceased, stated, tha
July 18, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. TUEsDAY, JULY 27.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. TUEsDAY, JULY 27.

ASactSiiroA:VieLbTya:l7.nhiti:cffr .ts°Nrh.e l' Pla S iTit K i . ff sought to re• in damages for an assault committed This was an cover compensation Sergeant Pell stated the Sovereign, in which vessel the plaintiff captain in the army; the assault, the cointhe ha n ei. t .tiim t
August 1, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
the who 4 amount 4 earnings, supposing them fily:exnploed;'4shillings per-week, 'or 364 Bs. per annum; on which a.fainily 0 iiine'persons.are

the who 4 amount 4 earnings, supposing them fily:exnploed;'4shillings per-week, 'or 364 Bs. per annum; on which a.fainily 0 iiine'persons.are

to fed, clothed, and lodged. Out of this sum ,he has to pay, for his rent 2/. 10s.; .firinr , 21. lOS4 ' shoes 2/. as by.the. evidence be. • fore us and if we alloW:41. Bs. for clothing, bedding,. &c. for the whole, it will make- in ill Bs., which deducted .from 36/. 85.., leave
August 1, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Coiontot anti Mettip Courier+

Coiontot anti Mettip Courier+

August 1, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
GOLD MINE DISCOVERED AT ARUBA.

GOLD MINE DISCOVERED AT ARUBA.

A letter from an American gentleman at Curacoa, dated 22d of July, says—" Since I have been in this island, Scarce three weeks, upwards' of 150,00 dollars in value, of pUre virgin gold, 24 carats, have come up from Aruba. The Government of this place have noticed it, and proclam
September 19, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
tion, connected with the appointnient of bishops, he gave me to understand they - were not so settled as to

tion, connected with the appointnient of bishops, he gave me to understand they - were not so settled as to

enable him tO speak with certainty. He expressed an anxious feeling that the plan should be productive of good, disavowing in the Most explicit manner any intention On the subject of erna.ncipation as being mixed up With it: it is probable the new bishop will not embark till - t
September 19, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England