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WINDSOR AND ETON EXPRESS.

WINDSOR AND ETON EXPRESS.

mrplns of the induilry • • boppy* • ftee, aud a powrriul people. Legate, the »««« which lh« coveri..- Uob takiii|t, and that the ear* # ~ h* some trolhs »ero dividftrd ••'irli conld fait lessen the self-importance of tli* Celestial Empire, made baste to terminate the ceremony. i
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
COUnr w . < (jMMON COUNCIL.

COUnr w . < (jMMON COUNCIL.

w . < MMON COUNCIL. A Court of Common Com,*.. of London was Thursday held pursua, R lsitio take c.ons.deratioi, the alar. : il^m#tioll of the intention of Ministers to proposf., Suspension of that great bulwark of the co >-.if on and personal security, the Habeas Corpus Act .. to
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
MARKET REGISTER.

MARKET REGISTER.

CORN EXCHANGE, May Thrre «a« > modfftle «rr}»al heal this morning, the for wfcMi *a< britk, ami (hr tra4‘‘ may quoted from ?i. to 4». per quarter hielier than day je imigh!. New hare advaoeed about four ihilltrp per qnarter, and Old Beaor and Bariev m. bel.er sale. ulins are fro
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
MA RRIED.

MA RRIED.

On the.9.oth inst. Thomas Harding, Esl,l Secretary to Transport.Caminittee of •the Navy . Board, to , Miss Drewett, daughter Of Peter Drewett, .Esq. of Colerne„near Bath. • On Thursday, the 15th inst. at • St. James's church, Jahn, Thelwall, Esq. of Lincoltel-inc-fields, • Profe
May 25, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION ACT.

HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION ACT.

Sir M. W. Ribley inquired of the Noble Lord, whom he then saw in his place, whether his Majesty’s Ooverninent had come to a determination upon what day they intended to submit the proposition for n farther continuance of the Act for Suspending the Habeas Corpus ? Lord Castlereao
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
measure secure,

measure secure,

Tnr. Funds. —Friday was settling day on the Stork F.x-oliiuige, but have not heard dcfiudter boiug declarcil. Government, it is said, will issue Exchequer Hills for 100/. each in the course of next week ; hitherto they have been for 500/. and 1,000/. which has caused India to ad
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.

BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.

successive acquisition, and unlike what it was in the da)s of our Henrys and Edwards, a Court of Conscience or o Pied-pondre is unlike a Court Chancery or Court of King Bench. Our constitutional proceedings must not ascend beyond James the First, unless are willie.g to become a
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LOXDO.N G4ZE7TE.

LOXDO.N G4ZE7TE.

BANKRUPTS. J. Croft, Handford, Winslow, Chester, ‘ictualler. Attorney, Mr. Windle, John-street, Bedford-row. Wascoe. Northaßerton, :York, maltster. Attorneys, Messrs. Morton and Williamson, Gray's-inn. F. D. Astlcy, late of Dukinfielil, Chester, dealer. Attorney, Mr. Battye, Cha
May 25, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COUKT KING'S BENCH, Mat ?♦. mv. KiNO-T. ■.«. nrr. Thi« mnrnini; llir mm lironglil to trial fur tin- Lil>rl on Lord Kllt iiboioncli, in that placard liirli tta« ri an rona|iirMtimh p>»trd tlironelioul thr mr-tropoli*. Tlie Attorney Grnrial, i a ate.line the allot t faol* of raae
May 25, 1817 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
The Chancellor of the Exchequer moved that the Lot.

The Chancellor of the Exchequer moved that the Lot.

tery Bill shonld be read third time. Mr. Lyttleton said) that the measure alill carried with it all the (froae defects already pointed out, and as it was calculated to produce so much mischief, he should feel it his duty to more as amendment, that it be read a third time that da
May 25, 1817 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England