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DECEMBER 21

DECEMBER 21

and vai n-glovy of warlike establishments, in time of peaceeiood Prince, deliver us ! From deadly 'sins attendant on a corrnpt method of ; from all the deceits of the pensioned-hirelings of the press—Good Prince, deliver us ! --From taxes levied by diitress ; from jails crowded
December 21, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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Jury to consider the importance of this case, and of I heir decision, to . the cause of religio:i, and to the vital cress Of the country ; concluding with a di.clara. lion, that, according to his and upon his dnth of office, he believed the publication, which the defendant ackno
December 21, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DIPERML PaRLLEirEsr.

DIPERML PaRLLEirEsr.

HOUSE OF' LORDS, MoNnAT, Mty S. The Parish Vestries Bill was , read a second time —Adjourned. • - Tuesday, May 19. CUSTODY OF TIIE KING's PERSON. The Loa uCirANcem,o n brought in a Bill to amend the act relative to the custody of his Majesty's person during the Regency. Their Lo
May 25, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY 25

MAY 25

Houk seemed disposed to manifest on a question of such "Vital interest—he could not but express his astonishment that they seemed disposed to go to a di-Sion with so little ceremony on points of such magnitude.—[Cries of" Jiro 1" from the Treasury Bench.] The Hon. and Learned Ge
May 25, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MARLEOROUGH-STREET. It is our painful duty to record one of the most diabolical attempts to murder a young woman, equal to that of the late wretch Haitch, or any other within our -recolleetion. The person charged is John Deana, who keeps a green-grocer's shop in .the .Edgeware-r
May 25, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MUIID.O-1 AT EPSQH.

MUIID.O-1 AT EPSQH.

AT EPSQH. Softie further 'particulars having transpired respecting the atrocious murder of Ely Cox, on Wednesday James Trotter, Esq. Joseph Grimsted, Esq„ and other Magistrates, assembled ,at Epsom, when Hall, the officer, stated to the Magistrates that he had a communication to
August 16, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Tll E N 'but the crime in their case had been aggravated by circumstances of almost unexampled atrocity. The one

Tll E N 'but the crime in their case had been aggravated by circumstances of almost unexampled atrocity. The one

had lifted his hand, not against his fa tiler, but that father aged and feeble ; the other against a master, whom he himsellhad denominated kind and benevolent. If they had not yet prepared their minds by repentance to supplicate that "rod whom they had offended, they should emp
August 16, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
I'O4IVE,

I'O4IVE,

BOW-STREET. On Monday evening, about seven o'clock, G. S. Fordo, of Lineoln's-inn-fields, and Joseph - ReynOld - Esqrs. accompanied by Messrs.. Robins and - Hodgson, attended before Mr. • Fielding, • to answer the emu. , plaints of Edward and James Bramah, Esqrs. for an assault
May 18, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES.-MAT 11.

CERTIFICATES.-MAT 11.

J. Mule, Liverpool, money-scrivener---R. Ainsworth and W. Davies, Bo!holt, Lancashire, vvhitsters—T. Reeve, Ducklersbury, warehouseman—J. Handey, Hornsey-lane. .noar Highgate, dealer in drugs—J. Bryant, sen. Barnet, Herts, innholder—S. Joseph and W. /News, Winchesterstreet, Broa
May 4, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
:pl.'. VIES, D Tram " 1 7 .41:1Z . F."] EXTRACT or A _LETTER P. ruDun, ESQ.

:pl.'. VIES, D Tram " 1 7 .41:1Z . F."] EXTRACT or A _LETTER P. ruDun, ESQ.

May 4, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England