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t>rc. 17.

t>rc. 17.

The Counsell it of State Real was introduced, to present, in the name of the Government, plan of law relative to the penalty of death. The first of the alls of the National Convention, he said, was to alsolish royalty ; the last, to abo. lish the penally of death; but the circum
December 22, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THF COUKIERr

THF COUKIERr

December 22, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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December 21, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
Tmiitutni by JOHN JON ES, Xt. U.

Tmiitutni by JOHN JON ES, Xt. U.

Tmiitutni JOHN JON ES, Xt. U. 11.—In «nc volum?, Bvo. price Ks. A TOy K frIROUGH AVIAM RtPlfß- I.IC, during tlic November, Oc* cember, the year i8j»; e ntail ing accurate the present Uomeitic State of t bat Country, with Antevlotes the Chancier*; and the late Invasion. K. FELL, l
December 21, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE COURIER

THE COURIER

DUBLIN, Dec. ij. . i. : The King’s Letter is strived f.>r appointing th.e Solicitor.Gcneral Baron of the Kxchvcjuer, Mr. Smith h it attained this Judicial Station at the early fit c-and-thirty# , The following changes in the Military Command o District in Ireland, are to t;»ke p
December 21, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY

WEDNESDAY

moving the Court to pronounce sentence on this verdict, the Lord Advocate took i coasion to observe, That, although there are many crimes which argue greater depravity in those who commit m, few, in public light, and with a view to the 1 biblc .cnee', are more atrocious than tha
December 21, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
then turned with placid countenance, observe), t'nat felt his heart unusually light; prayr.' rvently to God shower blessings those persons

then turned with placid countenance, observe), t'nat felt his heart unusually light; prayr.' rvently to God shower blessings those persons

whose mstruftions : ad canttihutrd to bring him to a sense hts siiua ton. and, mteriv.g the Publican's escalation, s'.bniitted to :hc c.niei.ce of tbc law. One the Judges Api-eal at in France, a" n Government thu Tiibunal, at tl-e si'- ting oi ill Council S:arc held ill.* inrt.*
December 23, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On last, Mr. V’illUm I.ervis, of Tavl«„,L strict, Selma Fcrcv, Queen's squatc. ** *)n Saturday hit, Cr.iv ford, Mr BI k.u« « s*ujp Miss Walter, (hu*htcr ttie R.* Philip Walter, K. Cray told. . Kev. At Dart for J, George Carriclt, Hsq. Miss Cmv latpl» ul Astl«r» Amplmhcatrc. ray
December 23, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
CAPITAL PRIZES,

CAPITAL PRIZES,

TWO out the Four i Prixcs in the I Irish Lottery (drawn November, 1S01) were sold in SV7I FT and Co. No. 11, Poultry, as to)lows No. 11041, a.Prize 10,00 I. in one Half, on? (Quarter, one Eightli, and two Sixteenths. No. a Prize in one Half and fight Sixtpcntfy Share*. Alsj the
December 29, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
POETRY

POETRY

ii. CI.ASSJCAi. ENQI.ISH , for the use Schools and Young Pcrscn»ot‘both Scx.s selected froni the best Atitlxiis, with a Prcfice, indi.-cti-g the several ijvcics of Poetry,' and their modes Uy Mr'. PRATT. Puce 4s. 6d. in board*., or $«. bcund. tor CHILDREN, consisting Pieces p.i
December 29, 1801 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England