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S- . . I LAW.

S- . . I LAW.

' ; telftfT OF KINCVs• BENOTE, Dec; ,1. ttir g a ~7)efov;ii. L or# RO i; II • lIREACIV OF Or• MARRIAGE. • . • This an atstisip, to. recover copipensation in danuiges, ahrea,c.b of a promise of marria g e. Mr. PA 'lx v stated . the case. L'ady was the widow of an OfAcor, anillber
December 13, 1812 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
'.-FRIDAV, DEC. n.

'.-FRIDAV, DEC. n.

PRICE OF TALL° d. it. James's Market 5 Clare Market 0 0 Whitechapel Market 5 2 Average Price.. 5 2 . - Crisks 000 Imporis / Buie. Price of Candles, per dozei *** The above is the ‘Vh Tuw per cwt j Yellow Russia.. __ _ 1 White ditto . a Soap ditto 83 a iStull' —a , Rough ditto 45
December 13, 1812 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ST. jIjOLIN'S P,..4 It K.

ST. jIjOLIN'S P,..4 It K.

P,..4 It K. _ .I he , a.ssake over hridg-e in St. James 'S Park has yet been (Oh to the Thc public oo Sunday last made the passir,-.;:! for themseh The pilings \vhich are set up, and now walks to it on the and south, no 'only preparatory, we understand, to the Tbrinakion of a wel
September 25, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
M (IL BOROU(111-STREliT.

M (IL BOROU(111-STREliT.

M BOROU(111-STREliT. A hackney coachman, •of the name olcoiy.g,• • on Thursday charged: by a tit:Mien= with extortioo and abuse. It appeared by the statement of the. he hired the ot the.:Theatre ; when. • mt was drawn up, as usual, by. the side of tba• pave. .ment. The coachman o
September 25, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DETAILS RESPECTING BON.4PARTE's .1BDICATION:

DETAILS RESPECTING BON.4PARTE's .1BDICATION:

By M. De ST. DIDIER, his Private Secretary. For two days and .nights meetings and committees succeeded . each other in , the Elysee Palace, without producing any result. The Emperor's anxiety seemed to increase. Much business seemed to be doing, and yet nothing was determined. •
October 29, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

BRUSSELS AND FRANKFORT PAPERS. RTRAY, APRIL 22.—The number of Frenchwho abandon the standards of Bonaparte 'increases every :moment we see them arrive in this town wearing the white cockade, and going to their lawful Sovereign. To-day we saw 200 arrive, armed and equipped, with
May 7, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MARCH Si SATURDAPS LONDON GAZETT.L.

MARCH Si SATURDAPS LONDON GAZETT.L.

BANKRUPTS. A. Rushtart.„ Birmingham, coach-maker. C. Itmwlanil,. Liverpool, innkeeper. J. Noyes, IN-vise}, Wiltshire, coal-merchant. W, Pierce, High Holborn, uax-cliandler. a R. Goakman, Princes-street, Spitaltiebis, printer. J. Smyth. Maidstone, Kent, coal-merchant.. J. Rattray
March 26, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DECREES OF BONAPARTE.

DECREES OF BONAPARTE.

Bonaparte at Lyons several Decrees, hearing date the lath of March, the sut:staiice of is as follows: All the changes effected in the Court' of Caesation, and other Tribunal, are declared null aod void. Etnitranti, who have entered :he service since the 14th of April, are remove
March 26, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
This Paper is Published at an hour every SUNDAY Morning, at " Tin Nrws" Office, No. 28, Brvdges-street, and distributed throughout the Metropolis, anti; within ale Two -penny Pest District, by Nine o'Clock.---Curimunteations (post-free) g espe ctfu !I y attended to.

This Paper is Published at an hour every SUNDAY Morning, at " Tin Nrws" Office, No. 28, Brvdges-street, and distributed throughout the Metropolis, anti; within ale Two -penny Pest District, by Nine o'Clock.---Curimunteations (post-free) g espe ctfu !I y attended to.

must have a happy and contented community of artizans. The condition of peace which does not tend to this; and the inconsistent policy which would affect to promote a certain end, by the sacrifice of the means, are blessings peculiar to the present sagacious counsellors of the R
February 26, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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proportion of 3s. a. - window. The next tax' re-,. lilted - to inhabited houses, he should propose an aug-• mentation of _3O per cent. oathe present tax on the rents of inilabited houses', and the fent Of warehouses wonid be charged in the s-ime - manner. The next -class of taxa
February 26, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England