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LAW.

LAW.

LA TV COURT OF KING'S BEINCIT, Saturda.'y, Mally .17 TTF MhNS a. ?? "NONe. -m Tb0 AT OtNFRY-GrEuaRosaid, that le atten~ded hleir Lord9hipns ; l toan lne, ef. I'is iilltelitioll to siibfnit sompl momion to tbe at elaver tire- ioiglit be thouglit molt con ceo cii t 1 ItC~lsrn;om~on
May 25, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFICENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFICENCES, &c.

4CCIIThDN'N'S, OF'FENCE'S, 6ac. ?? ?? A FFrIrTA.-Oil Monflay mterntint, about let e'olock, sas t;chlid I) a ke wvas passing jhrot!ph . lchil-street, Gal len-a' tic ri hlis attertian was swaddenliv a rrested by repeated rries of murder, i t;sin- ft om the second fl-or of the hotu'
May 25, 1817 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
sary repairs is at hand. see no external reason for longer omitting them ;■ and every thing internal convinces us

sary repairs is at hand. see no external reason for longer omitting them ;■ and every thing internal convinces us

how mueh they are wanted. • The main argument against this reform seems to be, that it will diminish the power of the Crown. Now this is the very object at which it should be aimed. The power the Crown is the. power of the' Ministers of the Crown, —in other words, is the power o
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

JOURNAL OF AN ENGLISH TRAVELLER, &c. &c INTRODUCTION. The name of Caroline of Brunswick holds too conspicuous .place in the history of the present times, not excite the most lively interest in persons of every rank. The extraordinary vicissitudes experienced by this celebrated w
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SUPPLY.

SUPPLY.

The House having resolved into Cosnmillee Supply, the motion of Mr. Arbuthnot 75,0001. was voted for the employment of convicts at home, and 80,0001. meet bills drawn from New South Wales. . 4V „ The other Orders the Day were disposed of, and the Homo adjourned. T uetday, May SO
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CHRIST CHURCH BURIAL GROUND BILL,

CHRIST CHURCH BURIAL GROUND BILL,

Mr. H.Sumnfh moved,that the Christ Church Buriat-ground Bill read a third time. Sir J. York said, a plain story, from a plain-tailing Gentleman, might set the matter rest. The ground was feet square, fe.et of which was occupied by the tfhurch; there were 11,000 souls in the pari
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SAVING BANKS,

SAVING BANKS,

Mr. Rose moved that the Saving Banks* Bill read a third (imp, on which long conversation arose, chiefly the clause to allow persons to avail themselves parochial aid, should they require it, although they might have the time money in the for Savings not exceeding the amount of 3
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
tiELL/S WEt-KLY M^SfcNGKR.

tiELL/S WEt-KLY M^SfcNGKR.

WEt-KLY This day was published, in five volume, fivo. bva.tifidly pnntsd fine woven paper, and riot-pressed price f* . The EVIDENCES of the CHIUbIIAN KELIOIUS, *' l *S 1 .■ f .11 Works Tracts ttiid ol the most tllu* coiUctmi alt the worm, iracu, J f , , Authors oho Imre t, C '’ l
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S LON DO :V GA :::"E T 7 'E. BANKRUPTS.

TUESDAY'S LON DO :V GA :::"E T 7 'E. BANKRUPTS.

0. :Cattail, Nicholas-lane, Lombarthstreet, merchant. Attorney, Mr. Adams, OW Jewry.. G. Longinire, Appleby, Westmoreland, draper. Attorney, Mr. Young, Charlotte-row, Mansion-1)(3(1,e. J Gralthm, El I llouseS, Cumberland, but Attorney,. Mr- Yoong, Charlotte-row. J. Norrison, Rud
May 25, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CORN. EXCHANGE. Futnalr, 23.—We have had a few fresh arrivals of Wheat from Sufolk.sinee Monday,. which sold on .nateh. the

CORN. EXCHANGE. Futnalr, 23.—We have had a few fresh arrivals of Wheat from Sufolk.sinee Monday,. which sold on .nateh. the

same terms as that day.—Barley is-- rather - dearer for the middling qualities, say 1 to 2s. per quarter valid -new- Beans meet a ready sale at a similar advance..—Haviug had a short supply of Oats this week, the trade is brisk at an advance of from 1- , to 2s. per - quarter.—ln
May 25, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England