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June 16, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
°/A L A or PORTUGAL—At a l a t e h our on T ues d a y n i

°/A L A or PORTUGAL—At a l a t e h our on T ues d a y n i

g ht kale. Mayor received a message from Lord Clinton, one of it w as testy's L or d s i n W a i t i ng, acqua i nt i ng hi s L or d s hi p t h at intention of the Infant Queen of Portugal to visit tilitp,"l's Cathedral on Wednesday. Accordin g ly, hi s Lordataktaccompanied by t
October 27, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COAL EXCHANG

COAL EXCHANG

NSWCASTLE. 8. d. Adair's Main Beaumont Burdon Cowpen East Percy — 0 Forest - 0 Hartley Heaton Hebburn Main Holvwell Kiiiine - worth 36 0 35 0 Newburn — 0 Ord'a Redheugh 29 0 Pelaw Shipcoto Tan6eld Towtaley 0 Wall's End 36 0 Wall'a End. Beil's 35 6 W.E.,Bellß , bson&Co. 35 6 Walr
May 12, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AVERAGE PRICES OF WiIEAT. Imperial Weekly Average, which governs duty..—Prioe o r Corn, received in the week ending May 2

AVERAGE PRICES OF WiIEAT. Imperial Weekly Average, which governs duty..—Prioe o r Corn, received in the week ending May 2

, Is, Mow, 58a. Ol.—Barley, 31m. 7tl.—Oats, 21s. Od.--413e, 325. Lt.—Roans, B.l.—Peas, 38s. 2d. Tie aggregate average prices of the severaNcindu of Graia for the last six weeks. by which the duty onForeisn now in bon i is regulated, agreeably to act 7 5 406 IV. cap. 5S :—Wheat,
May 12, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THEATRE. DRUB 1'../...4NR.

THEATRE. DRUB 1'../...4NR.

The only novelty produced since our last number las been a little piece (aV•ibuted to Mr. J•Ncs, and the French entitled, The School for Gallantry. There are only three characters in this piece, namely, Matilda (Miss E. Tun . Colonel Afansfelt (Josiss), and Cornet Leontina Misa
May 11, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
of our Great Prophet, up to this day. their sincere devotion, and unconquersidecs nothing of the 'lumber of the infidels.

of our Great Prophet, up to this day. their sincere devotion, and unconquersidecs nothing of the 'lumber of the infidels.

Usio the defence of religion, how many thaw they not put thousands of infidels to the many pro‘inces and states have they not ci in hand? As often as we shall be united that we shall affront battles for the glory* High will enlighten us with his inspirations Legislator will cove
March 2, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Y'S LONDON GAZE7TE.

Y'S LONDON GAZE7TE.

RTSERS Irs DISSOLVED. and R. S. Gritten, Reeve's-wharf, Cannon- Winster, army-centractors --J. Horn. E. J. Charnley, Liverpool, millers—H. M'Calak ha, and C. Ironside, Liverpool, merchantsand 11. P. Hicks, Eastington, Glocestershire. Aldermanbury, merchants—W. Arnold and C r ens
March 2, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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February 4, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. the last session on the same subject. (Hear.) His Grace maintained that the battle of Navarino was an "untoward"

. the last session on the same subject. (Hear.) His Grace maintained that the battle of Navarino was an "untoward"

event, although no blame could be attached to the Admiral, commanding on that occasion.— (Hear, hear.) His Majesty and his late Government, who had had the gallant Admiral's conduct under their consideration, nad wholly acquitted him of blame, and he (the Duke of Wellington) had
February 4, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
`-'II,IRGE OF HIGH TREASON. ° Mur L d l Z' 4,176* 16.— Thi; " :il l t * y has

`-'II,IRGE OF HIGH TREASON. ° Mur L d l Z' 4,176* 16.— Thi; " :il l t * y has

. been, for the last three u f i„.._ lo a state of agitation, owing to the circumstance at p rese u nvctsligation, i nvolving a charge of high treas h o e n, io b g e o i i i r r y g ' 0 on at o ne of Police- T offices. a , a A or ednesday, and en d e d th i s day. T h e f acts
August 25, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England