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January 2, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DISSECTION OF .10.4N,V4 Mr. Want, of Tottenham-came-road, had first the credit of awakening to a doubt of her immortality. Mr.

DISSECTION OF .10.4N,V4 Mr. Want, of Tottenham-came-road, had first the credit of awakening to a doubt of her immortality. Mr.

Wane, was, it appears, under the sane tier' of the etropiseas, called in by Mr. Reece about teven weeks back. He then stated it to be his opinion, that the symptoms should be examined quite independent of the question. of pregnancy, even admitting the possibility of that fact. U
January 2, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 21, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT or SESSION IN SCOTLAND.

COURT or SESSION IN SCOTLAND.

COURT SESSION IN SCOTLAND. Sir JOHN NEWPORT said, it had been his in• tention originally, on giving notice this motion, to call the attentien of the House to eer:ain Acts of the Court of Session in Scotland, but he fund, examining the papers nnw on the table, th.it the do, cument
April 21, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

KINETON, WARWICKSHIRE. RESIDENCE, MANSION, TYTHES, and ATWOWSON By Messrs. HOGGART and PHILLIPS, At the Auction Mart, on MoN 0A v, May t, at Twelve, link • an acceptable offer is previously made by Private Ctintra , t, riIHE MANORS of LITTLE KINETOfk CUMBROOK, and LROOK I lAM P
April 21, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TEE BRITISH INSTITUTION.

TEE BRITISH INSTITUTION.

The Directors of this Institution, with a view of p►omoting the general objects of their establishment, have it in contemplation to give notice to the Artists of the United Kingdom, that, instead of any parti. lar premiums, for Historical or Poetical Paintings, in the ensuing ye
March 2, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS:

FRENCH PAPERS:

PARIS, JANUARY E. Yesterday the King and his august family visited the French Theatre. The audience was brilli.tot and numerous. Talma, the peforeer, had the honour of conducting the King to his box ; on which occasion, his Majesty said some flattering things to 'that actor ;--4
February 4, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
The advocates for tun in the Corn Laws, continue to press in crowds towards the Mansion s , to sign

The advocates for tun in the Corn Laws, continue to press in crowds towards the Mansion s , to sign

the Petition lying there. It is calculi* fibat'up to one o'clock this day. no fewer than ,ilO.OOO nuns been attached to the several moments. f We have the satisfaction to announce the arrival of Lord and Lady Carrusaaaou in this country. They landed at Dover yesterday, from on b
March 4, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
with flinch ming, assisted, occostonally, 1 y the inter fererce of Lord ELLENliontoUcule She wept bitterly, and was twice taken

with flinch ming, assisted, occostonally, 1 y the inter fererce of Lord ELLENliontoUcule She wept bitterly, and was twice taken

out of Court to recover herself. The prisoner was found Guilty—Death. A hoary miscreant, a workhouse pauper, was capitally convicted of a crime at which nature shudders, not a syllable of the evidence of which e lactatedca stte. Elizabeth Toung, for stealing 25 yard w s of other
April 6, 1815 - Star (London) - London, London, England