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Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

?? 31teltultnce. HOUSE. OF LORDS, Tharsday, Alpril 1. ; Counsel were further heard relative to Sotch Appeal> Gillies v. Scott. Their Lordshizis then deferred the further hearing of the case till to- morroW. The various bills before the House were for- warded in their ?? stages. T
April 14, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London, April 7.

London, April 7.

ionboil, Sprit y. THE LOAN. .e Monday mofnitg, at ten o'clock, sealed pro- posals from the following list of bidders were de- Il livened to Mr Addington, and at the following prices. The bidding was on a deferred 3 per is cent. Consolidated' Stock, the interest on which will only
April 14, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Public Occurrences.

Public Occurrences.

Pbi .- q - Tab LOAN.--S Monday-theGentleimen who had z formed Lifts waited on the Minifter to contract for : the Loan. The Bidding was. to be on a deferred * 3 per Cent.. Stock. Every Subfcriber of [oo money was to have--- e6 5 Confols, .6o Reduced; and thofe who, chofe t'6 take
April 12, 1802 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

- > . 'This Day is publithed,.Price fs. pROPtOSALS ?? a NEW ARRANGEMENT" A. oftheRE VENUE asid IRE lJCE of:.I E T GY BY T}iE .EIt. LODM)Ui6D FVLTER. t4. A. - ,.Freondary of -Winchiefter. 'PrlVnteaI'and-Soid by W: Ja7ob, VXindhefte'f Sof %iltoby White, Fleet-ftreety.Lcndonr; Burdo
April 19, 1802 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, April 13.

LONDON, April 13.

LO ND ON, April 13. Yefterday arrived from Paris the Concordat and the regulations for the eftablifhmnent and government of Religion in the French Republics which were ftibmitted to 'the Legiflative Body on the Sth. They were preceded by a long ex- polition from one of the ableft
April 17, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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LONDON, April 6.

LONDON, April 6.

L 0 N D 0 N, April 6. La| t night were received Paris Journals to the 3d inftant. They do not afford a tingle article of ;intereftingintelligence. Jofeph Bonaparte isre- turned to Paris from Amiens. The Canton of Zurich has presented a fpirit- l ed Addrefs to the Senate of the He
April 10, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, April 10.

OXFORD, April 10.

OXFORDA Apr.r ;. Oi Wednefdav and Titni lday Idat foitl divi- ftons of the Oxtordihire Milififi mail-ched iinto this City; the tvo renmailning divilions are ex- pected to contilue one at B3i, lford, the other at Witney, till they are difembodied. So anxioius we-e the inhabitants
April 10, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

1M4P.RIAL P4RLIAgBA7 - OF GREATr BuRISHIN AND IRlELAND. s . HOUSE OF LORDS, ApRtr S., Confecl were heard in an Appcal from the Cofirl of Se'fion in' Scotland, R obert Prefton va. the Earl of Dundonald.-Ordered to, proceed to-morrow. Lord Modsa having on a former day giving notice
April 9, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE JIWRNINC CI-INCLE. LONDON: ;VZDNi;S&A4, IPRIL zI. We yefterday rcceived Paris Journals of the 16th, and in the evening thofe ofthe 17th. The French 'Government has concluded a Treaty of Peace \vith the Regency of Algiers, which- is extr cmely favourable to the Republic. Sone
April 21, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

hE AMORNING CERONICLE. LONDON: .FRUDAYS AYaRJ ,a. NVe yeflerday received Vt is' Journils of the Zjth. They do not contain fnuch news. If the 'French e vernment hae received any dify1tcheB rh li t. .6 mingo later than the 6th of March, which Mees exs tremely probable, they have no
April 30, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England