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call on all within his county to aid in the apprehension ' of felons, and the suppression of riots, or

call on all within his county to aid in the apprehension ' of felons, and the suppression of riots, or

to, assist in the execution of any process to which resistance is I made.. There ,are also certain other officers, as constables and the hie, who have the same right to calf upon Inc . , or any Of you to assist them in the discharge of their duty. But the right of the Serjeant a
June 23, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
625 ' on Friday, the 6th of April, in the evening, at o'clock; he was not almitted, for Sir Francis

625 ' on Friday, the 6th of April, in the evening, at o'clock; he was not almitted, for Sir Francis

Burdett was not at home. He called again the next day,. and was admitted ; he was then in the house half an hour,. but the Witness did net know whether he saw. Sir Francis. lie called again on Saturday evening„between four and o'clock, with another gentleman . ; Sir' Francis was
June 23, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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, 'Upon his crosa-exami oat ion by the Arro fist, he acknowledged the civility his brother had re- Ceived front the Serfeint at Arms. .There was a previous meeting 'between .Sir granCis Burdett and Colima to that at Which the witness was present, the result of which the witness'
June 23, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
solutely ,compelled by hivdlity, to do.' • Mr. Clementson, Deputy Sergeant at Arms, proved that the :defendant andlie had called

solutely ,compelled by hivdlity, to do.' • Mr. Clementson, Deputy Sergeant at Arms, proved that the :defendant andlie had called

on Friday morn-: ing at the ihouse .of Sir F. Burdett, when they were informed that he Was not at home; and Mr. Colman left a t polite !tote, vvishihg to. know when Sir .Francis Mirka woad be ready to•see him respecting .his'i-emoval to the Tower. • Thy note was answered by Sir
June 23, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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dccre i net,--lhat the. Rev. Samuel Chsrles . Goodwin be suispeudell from the ministratiiin of , his ofticc ; but from- Ihe - consideration of, his submission, and acknowlecigtnent to the Conrt, it should be for two weeks only. That a .monition against him be issued and read. in
November 17, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
9 POLICE REPORT.

9 POLICE REPORT.

The Report of the Committee the House of Cornmons on the Nightly Watch and Police of the Metro. Oohs, orderedM be printed, was delivered on Tuesday . The Committee first directed their ituriries to the state of the Nightly Watch, conceiving this branch of the seivice, in consequ
April 12, 1812 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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the theft clid - gi.delly' !ming Ott for her defence, actirMbilgeil she did 'take the half-g,uinea to but' herself 'a tiair of 41 . 1 , ,e4 and stockin4so,;htul.:alsd:to :piireilasethothething ttatyris she: bad Rot,broken her last:l6la . The 8,4,4 the.inotherwhe - tkier she had
September 22, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CRIN, CON. EXTRAORDINARY.

CRIN, CON. EXTRAORDINARY.

A man of the ef 'floss, a raid dc a Gi;tilidtiitrn Of fortune t of livery) was', on . charged this Office. by a respectable tradesman in Marl-le-borte-strtgli w tb criminal conversation with. his Wife, iiiider her own roof; on ‘Vi . !iluesday . everting: The-prosecu - tor's rela
September 22, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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September 22, 1811 - The News (London) - London, London, England