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.d v Mr. Kenny then walfetellaie:tvii 4 - ain r 0 d the pistols d ool it v ilton then

.d v Mr. Kenny then walfetellaie:tvii 4 - ain r 0 d the pistols d ool it v ilton then

threw his p . is l 0 fv a, id said, " D—n the n ic ist°lBlPoe' , enny, and l a id the , f piat°ooooiic, . orward to one of se f ,` . o tsP r its ed him for a pin or a 04,1; Cll.aftol e man said he had V ; then asked me if J ha; told Dwyer to go (1,1( tick. Dwyer went dO,Oll/0,,
July 17, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FlRE.—Three houses were on Friday destroyed by fire, in Hinton-terrace, St. John's-wood-road. The accident was occasioned by the workmen having

FlRE.—Three houses were on Friday destroyed by fire, in Hinton-terrace, St. John's-wood-road. The accident was occasioned by the workmen having

left some glue on the fire, whilst they went to dinner. Drury-lane was, on Tuesday morning, thrown into a state of the greatest alarm, by the sudden breaking out of a fire in the premises of Mr. Pingold, baker, at the corner of Stewart's-rents. The wind blowing from the north-we
July 17, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS. LONDON SUNDAY, MARCH 12. THE BUDGET.

THE NEWS. LONDON SUNDAY, MARCH 12. THE BUDGET.

_ The CIIANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER has promised to bring forward the Budget to-morrow evening; and has accompanied his promise by saying; that he trusts it will satisfy both the House and the Country. We need not here remark that these are two very distinct things For a , Minist
March 12, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
7,11171.. confessed the rohhery, . and admitted the whole of the facts stated in the above detail,- but declares that

7,11171.. confessed the rohhery, . and admitted the whole of the facts stated in the above detail,- but declares that

she knows nothing of the retreat Of Master Collins with the other 5001. Mr. Harris, the landlord of the Brown Bear, produced the note be took from the prisoner O'Donnell; and Brown also produced the 501. found in a hole in the privy, both of which were sworn to by the prosecutor
March 12, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
)f reter P m ßingYaesti tti'juici.de. pation to 00 le roof of the e ' came out abof brain he

)f reter P m ßingYaesti tti'juici.de. pation to 00 le roof of the e ' came out abof brain he

underneath i tube bret m" t O5 Z ile ! as t fatal ac to e a /th in 'ed bstant, Oleo, [4au i a friend of 511010 g.nt" post ract ix o'clock this morning been wall. • die c ▪ now w, -ing throo!;111 0 n the "ere, but I Y P i I I 'oodf Cambridge road. co ord, and have t county is cov
June 26, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 26, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
-- 'b t• 0 WINE. in Bond. 49 ° 0 Powrs.--Superior Old Gals. s o 0 gallop. 0 per l

-- 'b t• 0 WINE. in Bond. 49 ° 0 Powrs.--Superior Old Gals. s o 0 gallop. 0 per l

I 0 Gals. Direct ... ......................... ' , 9' West India ........................ • • 92 ' , East India • • .9, Duty 4s. per g allon. ,_ /8 •I , Lisbon ........................ 140 Ca"' 99 •1; Sherry ......................... .130 0 ° "fenerille ..................... Dut
June 26, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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4 Cll 4°Up Ir PROSPECTS. ii;i•,,,rt, )k et.striki n cr prospect lies befor e us; ' cloud s and darkness rest upon it." tt it ' e l in 0 I.'ng knowledge and experience, of all ;1 1 , 14 is e :" ti es, begin to be aware, and to confess tik: to ke -11ntr Y , the event of the breaki
October 15, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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August 14, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Since the decease of the late Mr.lronntonger, M.P., two new candidates ha ve c i rcu l a t e

Since the decease of the late Mr.lronntonger, M.P., two new candidates ha ve c i rcu l a t e

d th e i r advertiiements in the borough of Stafford. One of them, Fortunalus Dwarris Esq., Barrister at Law, who was, we believe, one Of the Commissioners to inquire into the State of the West India Colofties; that gentleman has actually declared himself a candidate. other, B.
August 14, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England