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THE NATIONAL REGISTER.

THE NATIONAL REGISTER.

ARRESTS order of the SEC RETCOM,VIITTI:E. The Committees of the Home of Commons and the Home of Lords, to whom the bags of political papers have been re • ferreil for their investigation, sit very closely; they even sat yesterday. On Saturday they made such discoveries as to lec
February 10, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
AVEIAGV PMCEOF SUGAR,

AVEIAGV PMCEOF SUGAR,

Computed from the Raw made in the week Feb. 5. is 489. cK t. eNclusive of th.: Duty of Custom paid payable tomon on thereof 'nto 6 , •cat lit PRICE OF MEAT, MONDAY. Nn s. 4. s. 4. I Hcad* of rattle at Pea 3 4 a 4 4 limit/fp'. Id. Mutum -3 6a 5 0 Beasts, annuli...... 2050 %%al 4
February 10, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL REGTSTER,

THE NATIONAL REGTSTER,

MEMOIRS OF THE PRESENT JUDGES. We are highly graiffled to . find by the increased application fur our Paper, that the. Memoirs which have already appeared, arc highly approved of our Readers and the Public. As they proceed, we have no doubt but they will be Ann(' to increase in
February 3, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
VEMIITARY S. Mr. Then come Corwin EL" The person wpm' forward. His name, Ile said, was ,lames Mcorhouse. ant. 6

VEMIITARY S. Mr. Then come Corwin EL" The person wpm' forward. His name, Ile said, was ,lames Mcorhouse. ant. 6

.teed at No. Nereington-causeway. On Tuesday hot he went to the Park to sec the procession to the House; he stood on the top of t h e hill near Carlton-house; there was a deal of hissing and hooting, which witness was very sorry to hear. Witness contimad i n th e Park until the
February 3, 1817 - National Register (London) - London, London, England
 
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February 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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February 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Aye or ten times a night, could not make o r ! his !rind on a point which he had

Aye or ten times a night, could not make o r ! his !rind on a point which he had

ample time to con-' sidar--(Applause).--The Worthy Alderman had satisfied him on one point he had often considered which of ,the three City Members, then pre'ent, he should turn out jibe had the power, mod to drat moment he had never decided— but he now thonght the conduct of th
February 1, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
eusrPsnoit 07 TIM HABILAI COMM&

eusrPsnoit 07 TIM HABILAI COMM&

A Message from the Lords informed the House that the Lords had passed a Bill, entitled An Act to empower his Majesty to. secure and detain such persons as may be suspected of conspiring against bis Majesty's. Person and Government." . After a short conversation respecting the mo
February 26, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
r . tiistrasting the state of the lower orders of society id that country, and greatly to the prejudice of

r . tiistrasting the state of the lower orders of society id that country, and greatly to the prejudice of

the lower order of people in this. True it was, the ne, eessaries of life for them appeared few ; but, although their subsistence were potatoes, and their greatest luxury a bit of salt fish and a drlp of butter-milk, still the cheering and comforts of life were there to be found
February 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Lord CAS rLLREAGH would give leis aceicu•

Lord CAS rLLREAGH would give leis aceicu•

and earnest support to any inquiry into-this 'toper- • tent subject, and any individual exertions wilier* Le or any of his Majesty's Ministers could 'make, would be made—all the time which, colisisten:ly with me ,•due discharge of the public dtifes could lie given, would he devo
February 22, 1817 - Star (London) - London, London, England