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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL P-ARLIAME NT. HIOUSE.OF LORDS. : - - : r - eay.Fc, :26 The Rteversiion ?reventirn- SlltX, On ~ts; secod readinsg wash ~ps~poi~ed by LOrd GtffSoEN~G, S~b~zouT'l, BORI.Spoiez-, and t1l Eas of IARDWIcke ard DARiNl , ?? g1ld Byv 9R;C~<L;B Lords At-DrEr, RAs,9 *a I ?? -T I -
March 4, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
LUCIEN BONAPARTE AND THE HIRELINGS.

LUCIEN BONAPARTE AND THE HIRELINGS.

0 0I NI 1D- , ~ ;,5 ~ ?? "It has been stated isr'aw if th Ppi naparte is prelabdni& ; j&proee -tliri Afrir this is nottb fat S eb itdded wp hii bl htin and no=hilgie seems ty.deprecase misrar m e t prisoner of Iar, :li* eas has consenlyehsbsit&4 ,ta. the Crown Lawyers, and. Iise:
November 4, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

STFRDAXI'S LON-DO GAZETTE. Foreiggs lce, Aug. 18, 1810. - Thle Fin, hia. been pleased to catuse it to be signified by th e MO TNo1l)e the Marquis Wellesley, hiis Majesty's Prin- cilal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to the Miuis- ters of friendly and ?? Powers residing at
August 19, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
SALE OF GUINEAS.

SALE OF GUINEAS.

S'ALE 0F clyl VE'.i THE rifat AGATXVST JAMES DE YONGE. Mr. EXAMS NV.-As I conceive it of infinfiteinpor- ha izthat the Public ls4uld possess the fullest -irifformn-I tihar en the s."tiect of this. rost important h'ia!, I wish 'it to hate the utmist pubiity;t, -ind believe it Will
August 19, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AMERICA.

SOUTH AMERICA.

- SOUTH AMERICAe - * RLVOLUTI0 j1W BURN N03 AXREn - ieB tie 2^2d of ay, the Cabildlo of Buenos:xvres, sith tile oseat o ?? Vice;qy, held a general ineeting of the inhnhi tents1 to deliberate upon ti1 proceedings to be adopted in con- Sequenlce ou 4n melarch!o y accounts just rece
August 12, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.

FlNVCIAL STATBMEMTSI7 The actual value of British Produce and Nianufatturers exported frnm Great Britain for the year ending R50,248M7j6 Jan. 5, 1810, was _ _ _ J Goods imported for the year endinag5th Jan, 18i0, (exclusive of.iniporta. . dO,406,0 o 0 tiois from India and Chioa)
October 7, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Fli(X lAELL.(; |j .; ?? - ?? Paazis. JlYLY Ef ?? ' i | P'gls, 23. lr iiit e " i Si thhib of -Berg`, l rri se'd s at St. cl4wd on rtda, vie , The riiperoir clarsped- sionw fg: a co~g'I' u blv wUl5rG '.anat.-lL '.ConcC said he ' ") Rolli ,. ,# tir, .5(31 will j e uo ir- tu t P; . ?
August 5, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PRO f iN~ L -Y-'RL -tG:; ? . :OINf t adLIEC~.- -Wbaxuto'uss s.-_aj inslance occurred, afew days ago, at Dover, oI the horror eatertnired by the poor of lvint, in a vorkhouse. AgaClccy, a youg girl, about l'l years of age, had lefl the poorihouse alift iW5 to go iwto sersice bet b
August 5, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE OPERA.

THE OPERA.

- ?? no novelty has ooctired sitce my last cermmnnioca- t(ir, I have taken the opportunity to fulfil my promi3e of ,eliln, to yea on the subject of Mr. TAT1vonL'ts Juvenile Acadery, whh from the mischievous etfects it is likely to prodsce, seems tqi deiattnd particular notice, Th
January 7, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE PERSIAN IN LONDON.

THE PERSIAN IN LONDON.

THlE PEHSESIJA IV LOAXI)T. : r ,, i ' 4 . ?? DLRASis ?? daue say yon ihavbl beetn eli'glted wid1a Versian Tales; so have I, and remain sI still. J'rohabty somee of Your Readers may reta ft'the samepartialItvZ 'Should sach be younr opinion, the iet'losed mlluuscript iS at tbeir se
January 7, 1810 - The Examiner - London, London, England