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TO ItIS hIA.CESTY.

TO ItIS hIA.CESTY.

Ir.\ rixo,:ifter alluding to the Manner in which Lord Chatiarii had', on his exaniinithot ai the bar of the House, ,the p:.eeeditig •eveuing, evaded an4werin , the tiz.biatt - not,gtven other ihrper Or hesitiei the narrative to the K;ng relative to t h e ,Rvpeditiou, sqint, that
February 25, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
• 11 NEW S,

• 11 NEW S,

' 'voice," I'm was Vioiated en the why : s,:e her: .le •somo, friend—not, of con rse, , to a male : atituaintanee,, for , there he a restrahit of :natural 'modesty ; ' was a Ciehouse.,•Mrs:King, with the was on terms 'of perfect intimaCy. - Why bad rot • she been trusted ? • Wh)
February 25, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
JUNC 8. SPANISH CAMPAIGN.

JUNC 8. SPANISH CAMPAIGN.

\ • The Marquis of concluded a long speech, i.. which entered into an historic detail of tue Spain, branOvii.g two • resolutions c tpressive of •ti:e censure of the llou4c on the conouet ot his Majeity's Ministeri, lie was answered by Marquis Weft. ; alz after a-long debate, a d
June 10, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DOUSE OF COMMONS..

DOUSE OF COMMONS..

•, •••-•••• • --,--------,-,-----,-- . . ,--NWID...-- TUE prim OF CUABERIAN —WC Copy the follow-, . ~ TUESDAY, JUNE 5. ingAlaraiLraph from 'that exe'lisirely /opal print, rile .lbrning Post:---" . The thanks of the Duke of Corn- ' PU A CCOUNTS. . •Sir T. TunroN rose to propose h
June 10, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. WINDHAM.

MR. WINDHAM.

On Monday last, at a quarter after twelve o'elock, died his house, in Pall-mall, in the 6.3 d year of h age, the Right lion. Wm. Windham, L.L.b a Governor of the Charter-house, andltepresentative for ;lig, ham Ferrars in the present. parliament. The origin of the complaint which
June 10, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKItIJP,TS.

BANKItIJP,TS.

ter, Strand, tailor, to surrender Oct. 18, 26, and Nov. 22, at elevens, at Guildhall: Attorney, Mr. Shelton, Sessions Rouse, Ord Bailey. • James and John Haber!, Bath, cabinet-makers, Oct. 18, 29, and Nov. .22, at eleven, at the Christopher Inn; Bath. Thomas Wetherherd, Liverpoo
October 16, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BATTLE OF ENZERDORF.

BATTLE OF ENZERDORF.

In the mean while, the enemy, confounded in all projects, gradually recovered from, hi* astonishment, and endeavoured to regain some adyantages in this new teld of battle. For this purpose he detached several of infantry, a considerable number of pieces of artillery, and all his
July 23, 1809 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SUR It YQIT A &PE R SES.SIOIVS..

SUR It YQIT A &PE R SES.SIOIVS..

SUR It Y Q IT A R SES.SIOIVS.. We beg to observe, that the Defendant in the cause re. ported underneath, is Mk. Samuel C'inarnon. Councilman, of Tower `Ward, We think it neee:.sary to state this, lest our readers should discover slaancit aduocaVor " rrgalar govcrnatent dud social
July 23, 1809 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 23, 1809 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE .NEWS

THE .NEWS

the of 'Colonel Chatupetinund, direrteirty . Colonel _Mackinnon, and lvtajor-Ceneral Leith, also moved to his left, to the stippost of Niojor*G'eneral Picton, and aided in the defeat ot the eion_s on this post, by the 3d battalion Hod, the ist battalion,, and the 2d hattalien 3S
October 21, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England