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The Queen and her Majesty's household went into mourning yesterday. The Rev. R. FeHowes performed Divine service before her Majesty. , • The well known Fouche, Duke of Otranto, died at Trieste on the :ifith tilt. On Friday a bill of indictment was found by the Grand Jiiry ,for t
January 15, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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January 22, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COMMISSARY COURT, EDINBURGIT.

COMMISSARY COURT, EDINBURGIT.

From the Caledonian Mercury.) LORD Li:SKINT: V . ERSKIND. On Friday. the 29th December, an action of Divorce, at the instance of Lord Erskine against Lady Erskine, his wife, for adultery, alleged to have been committed in England. was finally disposed of by the Commissary Court
January 22, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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At his house at Brighton, Mr. Sergeant Runnington. • On the 9th instant, at the advanced age of 58, Robert Hanson, Esq. of Reading, Berks. At Welli, Soinerser, Francis Drake, Esq., formerly Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the British Court to that of Mdniel
January 22, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
general discontent which succeeded to the events - at Lisbon, the hope still existed that the King would voluntarily accede

general discontent which succeeded to the events - at Lisbon, the hope still existed that the King would voluntarily accede

to the general wish. That hope, however, was destroyed by the publication, by authority, of a pamphlet in which the policy of the House of Bragania, with regard to 'Portugal, was discussed, and in which the Portuguese were treated as rebels. Some patriotic individuals determined
May 14, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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On Tuesday Mr. SCARLETT introduced a bill into the House of Commons, which purports to have for its ohject the reformation of the Poor Laws. This bill comprises three main features—first, that no future assessments to the poor shall exceed in amount those of last year—the second
May 14, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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Whitehall, Match 5. at 'the o f Yesterday morning, Soon after one-o'clock, died, u oter of twehe weeks, her Highness Elizabeth, , ordY - d 4 „ e4 t,t, i ' his Royal Highness the Dnke. of Clarence, tsi the g -7 of his "Majesty and of all the Royal Family. tall
March 11, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS. LO ND ON: MONDAY,. APRIL, 9,

THE NEWS. LO ND ON: MONDAY,. APRIL, 9,

THE NEWS. LO ND ON: APRIL, 9, THE O.F - AR ON THE CONTEVENT. However the ,advocates of tyranny may affect to rejoice over the infamous treachery which has prOduced the disgracefu! surrender of ',Naples to the . iron yoke Of the Austrians,—the partizuhu-s•Of Ivbich Will be found i
April 9, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 8, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
H 4 with every-neseskia . ry, and entire* at Ids dispoal, though' commanded by Aa,strian Genera.k. • PARIS, A.PRIL 4,etter§

H 4 with every-neseskia . ry, and entire* at Ids dispoal, though' commanded by Aa,strian Genera.k. • PARIS, A.PRIL 4,etter§

statObat on 21st a smart battle wai foughl, neattalatp, small towrf of _Moldavia, between the Greeks and the Turks, in 'which the latter were completely defeated. - T. he Prime of Moldavia, against vihom thpGreeks risen, is the same who lately punished the bikers of his Capital
April 15, 1821 - The News (London) - London, London, England