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POSTSCR IPT to Mr. L. TVELLESLEY'S LETTERS.

POSTSCR IPT to Mr. L. TVELLESLEY'S LETTERS.

"Hall-place, 23d July, 1827. " It seems there are some who think that I ought to have shrunk from any further notoriety, and that the judgment speech of the late Lord Chancellor should have sealed my lips for ever—who represent me to be glorying,in the practice of vice, and to h
July 29, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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On the 4th instant, Mrs. Howton, of Thayer-street, Manchester -square, of a daughter. MARRIED. At Middle Claydon, Bucks, the Rey. I. W. Cunning lme, General Vicar of f ir - to Mary, eldest daughter of the Late yCalvert, Bart., 0.C.8. and 0.0 a t Harro w,tiarr On the 25th instant
July 29, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE—Friday, Nov. 30. Lord Chamberlalres-office, Nov. 28. Orders for the Court's going into mourning, on Sunday next, the 2d

LONDON GAZETTE—Friday, Nov. 30. Lord Chamberlalres-office, Nov. 28. Orders for the Court's going into mourning, on Sunday next, the 2d

of December, for her late Majesty the Queen of Saxony, viz.— The ladies to wear black silk, fringed or plain linen, white gloves, necklaces and ear-rings, black or white shoes, l'ans and tippets. The gentlemen to wear black, full trimmed. fringed or plain linen, black swords and
December 2, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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DECEMBER 2, 1827. iblished so as to be delivered, POST the Day, in every in Ito United Kingdom. It Min, end within the range of the Twopenny Post district by Nine ()'Clock on the Sunday Morning. Office in Brydges-street, and by all Booksellers, Newsmen, Postmasters, Ll' NEWSPAPE
December 2, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL LOOK-OUTS.

POLITICAL LOOK-OUTS.

Same thought to raise th — emselves to high dewree • Ily riches and unrighteous regard; Some by close shouldering:some by Ilatteree. ethers through friends, others for base reward: And 511 by wrong ways for themselves prepared. e that were up themselves, kept others Lowe; lose t
February 25, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS. LONDON:

THE NEWS. LONDON:

StM ILI Y, SEPTEMBER 2 Mr. HUSKISEON arrived at his house in Somerset-place no Tuesday afternoon. He almost immediately proceeded to the residence of Viscount GODERICH, with whom he had an interview of nearly three hours—in the course of which, they were joined by Viscount DUDLE
September 2, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF HOPS per Cwt. E. Kent Pk. 41. Os. a 51.0 s E.Kentßaga 31.104. a Kent Pock. 41. Os.

PRICE OF HOPS per Cwt. E. Kent Pk. 41. Os. a 51.0 s E.Kentßaga 31.104. a Kent Pock. 41. Os.

a 41. Mid Kent do. 31. 103. Sussex fk. 31. 10s a 41. 4s Bags&Pockets— -- Estimated Duty . .£124,000 0 Od
September 2, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
companied by his friend Mr. O'Gorman Mahon a secret retreat from the populace, who had assembled in thousands both inside

companied by his friend Mr. O'Gorman Mahon a secret retreat from the populace, who had assembled in thousands both inside

and without the precincts of the Four Courts; but, immediately on their appearance, the people recognised them, and amidst the most deafening cheers, they were forced into one of the carriages at the gates; the horses were instantly unharnessed, and the carriage, escorted by the
December 23, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTR.IYAG.INCI? OFFICERS. TO TIM !ooking over the list of expenditure of the wish of Saint Andrew, I lolborn, from April

EXTR.IYAG.INCI? OFFICERS. TO TIM !ooking over the list of expenditure of the wish of Saint Andrew, I lolborn, from April

18i6 to May 1827, transmitted to me as one of the parishioners, I beg leave to call the attention of my fellowparishioners to what I, and every one else with whom I have had any conversation upon the subject, conceive to be a most wasteful expenditure of the parish money. I part
December 23, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
O n Friday a ilLe but unfortunate little boy mg brought to the office .by a Mr. Wall, ef,No. 49,

O n Friday a ilLe but unfortunate little boy mg brought to the office .by a Mr. Wall, ef,No. 49,

Cirencester-place, Fitzroy-square and one of „the officers belonging, to Marylebone work houie, under the following circumstances : Mr. W i all nformed Mr. RAWLINSON, that be formerly kept. a boarding school at Streatham, and sold the establishment with all the pupils,".includin
December 23, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England