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HINTS TO SENATORS OF BROBDINGNAG

HINTS TO SENATORS OF BROBDINGNAG

,. I HINTS TO SENATORS OPBROBDINGNvAG e Here I arm, well situated in the corner of the Gale tery, where I am determined to remain throughout the e Session, to observe a little what is going on. I long to St hear the Speech, and begin to be ?? wve e namuse ourselves in the interim
February 1, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

I HA I mllvvNIG GHRNIWL E. L O N.D O .N. S4TURDAV', FEBRU,18r.To, I816. TV Hamburhgs Mails artived yestetday. The paperS ment;on that Prince LEorOLD of CoBOURG, the 2ntened Consort of the Princess CIIAZItLOTTEOf WVALESP was about to set out for London, in consequence of tlie .aly
February 10, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

WANT. PLACES. A S HOUSEMAID, a young Woman, zi years of age, where a Footman is kept, can work well at her nee- die and get up small linen; and can have a good character from her last placa -Letters direcled, post paid, to A. G. No. at, Essex-street, Hoxtou. A S Professed COOK fn
February 26, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

mO.MORROWT (VAIrNb'TWE'Ns DAY), ONLY. TI f-ONE, LO TTEY AND) A1.1- THlE CAPITALS FI.OATING! - C Tlwe proport iou0 n Pries t0 Harioik is D~oubtle Z rthe protportionla ja ials i-i I ?? foli Tics beein utlire Lot tore. Irillqy 'r i-MUSAND l) (I)NEAi iro: -)I)ividedintot las-to P 0,c
February 13, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

T'IIE MORNINVG CHIRNIVCLE. L 0 N 1 )t 0 N TU.ESD,1TA ESBRUAltR 27, x8s6. The Paris Papems of Friday last, wlhich we received yesterday, contain a document of some interest, the last will of tle Qaeen of France, MARIA ANTOI- NETIE, containled in n letter to her sister, MWdncme ELI
February 27, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF ATTACHMENTS, Guildhall, Feb. 10.

COURT OF ATTACHMENTS, Guildhall, Feb. 10.

- COUIR T OF AXTlTAl lAEl. IPS, t1i! 1, rue. lc. I Wc A It'I ,Jvi VII'2.Q'PI l'S t '1'hiq 3s1.33 133 att on hr' t:,;it Io rt.oivo thet Slim of 91 .5 i!rt . f 'urt aI cvns.lers~le t3111. fro to thr' drvtlleun''. e ri thu de1ert1:tit'eos ~roi' .oI ., I 0n' llS:F.,. the ut. 133353n3
February 12, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

ER RY, No. 1, Hta 10 rnbair, is selling Tickets .and shre5 for thle NT'AW WMI'~'S LOT ('EY Of '20,000O 'lijCloetS. 'which is ?? lle Ol il-aw. universall'ilyaprllved prii'- i ?? TIwo' RIan to t s ne Prize," tine! ihe Scerieni is so1"V jaIeolII aTr~irneed, as to rive to the- Public
February 12, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW J iAti.i' L-f'AbI iad WieV. M16 iise. 'Tn thf§ cm~e,'*hidi rgt'grded thte hal hiiilt'i right ti !ho Ckr~ll- sWe~ use' oF. a pa tent for P1 l1in~g boins lace. and'itt w hi ch a III ?? tline had been nivsle By ir isirbucl lldrtnilli' for an aitaclim'5ttt against the d~efenilana
February 6, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANTS IN FRANCE.

PROTESTANTS IN FRANCE.

PROT ?ESTANVTS LV PRANCE. When Mr,. Marron's Letter was Ipublished by tile Bout boh Jooirnal;i in this country, we stated as a fiat wvhich was before the pulic, that tile respe~table Edi- toi" of a periodical work h)aed mentioned, thtat Mr. Mar- ron ])aid vritten tothis country i
February 3, 1816 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Private letters from Paris agree in stating that the public mind has assnmed greater tranquillity; but

Private letters from Paris agree in stating that the public mind has assnmed greater tranquillity; but

pkivate letters from Paris agree itstating that the zpublic mind has assuimed greater tratiqnillity; but -the still think that a change will take; placoin the Fretich ?? and that the Duke de Richelien will be forced to resign-a circumstance very much to be 1rlie Eiiglhi-i Newspap
February 22, 1816 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England