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LAW.. 'COURT OF KING'S BENCH; Thursday,.‘feb.

LAW.. 'COURT OF KING'S BENCH; Thursday,.‘feb.

Tuu KING P. num. The was convicted at the Sittings after 4 lerevof selling obscene books mid prints, and was thia. day brought up to receive thejndgment of the Court., Mr. ( miaow . observed, that it wouldihe remember.- ed, that when the hook in. question.was bought for guinea,
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
itEPtqI4SDAY. FEIL 4.

itEPtqI4SDAY. FEIL 4.

itEPtqI4SDAY. 4. On the Order of the Ony being 'Tad, for the second rending Bill for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Counsel were called in the of - several petittuners tignitult tha tucusuCe.—Adjourtied.
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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prevent Bill, their Lordships, would consult the real intere,ts sat the owners ofthe estates already cleared. .here his Lordship interrupted by . Lord MoitToN, who role to remark that, in violation of the standing orders, there was a person below the bar taking notes of their Lo
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED.

BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED.

13 •tlwelty, Monmouthshire, inaltster from a, I'o Feb. 24, at mi:VCII at the King's 1-lead Newix.rt, Niotunouthshire. BANKRUPTS. William ThornUly, Adlington, Cheahlre, cirrier, in, 20, and March *7, at eleven, at the Gob!en Inn, rteinsgate, /vlan,heater. Attorney, Mr. Wads. Mccl
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FEBRU.4IZY 8 711E.4 T 1? TC,4 L.

FEBRU.4IZY 8 711E.4 T 1? TC,4 L.

FEBRU.4IZY 8 711E.4 T 1? L. TO run NEWS. NVords, words, words.—fiAmLUTo Enuron, You have dislodgfed me with your usual address from the Fortress or Derivation into which I had thrown Mr. IC pronunciation of Coriolanus. •nlthough you have proved it not impregnable to every assaila
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TIRIRSOAIt, FEE. 5. The Irish Militia Volumeur fillyvas read a third time awl pabt:cd. • SLAVE TRADE.

TIRIRSOAIt, FEE. 5. The Irish Militia Volumeur fillyvas read a third time awl pabt:cd. • SLAVE TRADE.

TIRIRSOAIt, FEE. 5. Irish Militia Volumeur read a third time pabt:cd. • SLAVE TRADE. Lord thinNvILTA moved the soemul reading of the IIIH iloil ili itt the Stave Trade. lit the arguments which he have to urge, he said, support of this motion, regretted that he shottlii Itave• to
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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Thomas Leach, Grace's-alloy, haberdasher, to surrender Feb. 2/, March 21, at twelve, at Attornieg, Messrs. Devon and Tooke, Clray'slim-'sqii,ire. Jolio Dennison, qteen-strect, Oxford-street, butcher, Feb. 14, 24, March 21, at ten, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Wild, Warwick-sqoure
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LITERARY NOTICE.

LITERARY NOTICE.

The facetious Bard . yclep'd PETER has been exercisin e ,ff his upon a nw e subject, which promises much (Alt erfammeo.. The performance is not yet rektilarlv the public, but it has been firivately in sheaq and hol-pregsed. Thu measure in which it is executed is not precisely kn
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E Sil E ill FES:

E Sil E ill FES:

Bedfordshire—Sir Philip Munnoux. of Samly, Bart. Berk4hire—Wtlliam Wane, of rarlc, Esq. iluckiugharnshire— James Backwell Pra.td, ot T),ingham, I l' i aluipld;ell ' iire and mdingdessitirc—Will:am. Squire, of . Cheshire—Francis Duckingfield Astley, of Duckingfield, ,Cumhcaind—jo
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TURKEY.

TURKEY.

CONFTANTIVOPLE, DEC. )2.—According . to letters from, Bucharest, the Russian troops are momentarily expectedin that city the number of those w ho have passed the Dniester are reckoned at thirty thousand men. General Michelson, who commands this corps of the arm, has under him Ge
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England