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Lll PAPERS.

Lll PAPERS.

The Jamaica rouralt of the 30th July, gives the following intelligence respecting the operations on the Spanish Main, as extracts froui the Curacon Journals, which, however, derive their information through the circuitous route of St. Thomas's : JUNE 28.—The fidlowing is a summa
September 29, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE Or DREAD.

ASSIZE Or DREAD.

Mr. Dixica as7,cd, if the taking away the Assize of Dread been found here:l.:hit to the city. He wished the matter to . .cuired ir.to, and tint: the several Acts that had been passed for lating the pric.i of Bread should taken into consideration. Lord Mayer said, he sorry to obs
September 29, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

W. Iletteridge was filially examined, charged with obtain inc a silver tankard and a number of gold seals, from differ oat shops in the name of his employers, Messrs. Jackson and DOmie, engravers. The particulars have already appeared I the depositions were signed by the witness
September 29, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
178 FRIDAY, JtmE. 6.

178 FRIDAY, JtmE. 6.

Lord presented a petition from the Lord ;•Mayor, Aldermen, and Connlloll Commit of London, against the continuance , of the Habeas Corpus Stispension Act, which was read Loy the clerk. His Lordship expressed hope that that would not be the last petition presented on the subject,
June 9, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
Total Comolidatca Fund 5ti,439.593

Total Comolidatca Fund 5ti,439.593

Total Comolidatca Fund ANNUAL. DUTIES. Custom reftsions, Otikeb, &c 2,454.0) I 3 Ali I ~369 Total Annual Duties Customs rrupe.-ty 6,hm..! .511 Total War Tates 0i5.7 0 7 (45-24.557 1.019.1;37 Total Net Rflentle The Iri.h antl Portuguesc ray.nent, for the Interest their re. sp.etiv
June 9, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
130 IMPERIAL PARLIAMEN7'. HOUSE OF OF LORDS. MONRAIi, APRIL 21. The Bishop of took the oaths and his scat. 1.01

130 IMPERIAL PARLIAMEN7'. HOUSE OF OF LORDS. MONRAIi, APRIL 21. The Bishop of took the oaths and his scat. 1.01

u) clit(:uLAß. Lord Siumoterit laid upon the table the circular letter issued to the Los ils Lieutenants of counties. Lord HOLLAND observed, that his Noble Friend (Earl Grey, in our last w :earned, by mistake, the some ot lord Holland instead of Earl (;rry) had given no ice that
April 28, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
VIE NATIONAL REGISTER.

VIE NATIONAL REGISTER.

The prisoner tolda long story about the two marriages, and their quarrels lately as to the support of the two children. He had paid Ts. fid. to the first husband for three wicks he had them. He took them back. because they were ill used..— Guilty. The Learned Judge then proceede
September 15, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
IRISH FINANCES.

IRISH FINANCES.

The Dublin Correspondwit contains the following article, relative to the object of Mr. Vansittart's visit to Ireland : " Fur the purpose of accomplishing any arrangement which meditated a reduction of taxes most complained of, it was necessary that the Chancellor of the Exclieve
September 15, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
i'ITLAIPTED ESCAPE C XPITAL CONVICTS FltOM NE% GATE. Yesterday afternoon three of &he men who received sen• tenec of death

i'ITLAIPTED ESCAPE C XPITAL CONVICTS FltOM NE% GATE. Yesterday afternoon three of &he men who received sen• tenec of death

last Sessions, MAO an attempt to escape. Their mimes are George Handley, Thomas Hallard, anti Patrick own, alias Ryan. The two former were convicted capitally of burglary at Rattle Bridge, under circumstances very ag gravated, as Ballard entered the house miller pretence of taki
April 14, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
BOW•STREET.

BOW•STREET.

James Mason and Joseph Hart, were on AWeilnesilay, brought up charged with einteavoming to defraud the Admiralty : the first pretending to be a native of Memel, and an etit-pensioner of Greenwich hospital, and demanding two years' advanced pay to enable him to return to his nati
September 1, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England