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PARLIAMENTARY REPORT.

PARLIAMENTARY REPORT.

- HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY, MARC El 15. The Order of the Day for summoning their Lordships was read. The Marquis of LANSDOWN rose, in pursuance of the notice, ,t.?.proptese to their Lord s hip! an address to his Majestyfor Ills recog n iti on or t h e i n d epen d en t St a t es o
March 21, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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-Mr, said, across the table, that this regulation was also to include Demerara and Berbice. .. . Mr. Burrow: I am aware of it; they are ultimately to feel the benefit of the change, and so are ail the rest of tl e ie r islands at the proper time, but who shall say when that op t
March 21, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE COLONIST.

THE COLONIST.

to every man connected with the West Indies, that in the comic which I have felt it my duty to take on this great arid important question, I have been wholly uninfluenced either by personal interest or private restmtment. Personal interest I. have none; private resentments I hav
March 21, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY', MARCO 18:

HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY', MARCO 18:

HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY', MARC O 18: Earl SPENCER presented two petitions for the abolition of slavery in the West Indies—one from a place in Buckingham-- shire, the other from a place in Northamptonshire. noble Earl expressed his satisfaction at observing the moderation with wh
March 21, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ingliam, whom the noble lord opposite reckoned among his 'Meal ancestors. Li the play of the Rehearsal, there was a

ingliam, whom the noble lord opposite reckoned among his 'Meal ancestors. Li the play of the Rehearsal, there was a

scene occupied with the designs of two usurpers, to whom one ef their parts entering says, " Sirs, " The army at the door, but in disguise, "Entreats a word of both your Majesties." (Very loud and continued laughter.) Such must have been the effect of the arrival of the noble lo
March 21, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE LATE JOSEPH MARRYATT, ESQ., M.P.

THE LATE JOSEPH MARRYATT, ESQ., M.P.

It is not our intention to gratify the curiosity of gosips, by detai:ing anecdotes of this valuable and much lamented gentleman and his family, as little do we wish to chronicle the dry facts of his energetic and important life ; fur when we reflect upon the loss of such a man a
February 1, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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November 14, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON :-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1824

LONDON :-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1824

TRICKS OF TRADE, OR THE MILLER'S' MONO- POLY EXPOSED. TO THE LORD MAYOR. My Lord,—Though I seldom step aside to compliment Or flatter any man, I shall, I hope, be excused if I embrace the present opportunity briefly to congratulate you and my fellow-citizens on the marked differ
November 14, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MARYLUONE.

MARYLUONE.

Col. Alexander Boswell on Monday applied for and obtained a warrant against Mr. Snooks, for a violent assault and a threat to shoot him, which was corroborated by two of the Colonel's servants ; who stated, that the defendant had . called . at their master's house, and used oppr
November 14, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
EVACUATION OF SPAIN BY THE FRENCH ARMY.

EVACUATION OF SPAIN BY THE FRENCH ARMY.

The French were to leave Spain on the Ist of last July. His Catholic Majesty, however, could, if he cleemed'it 'necessary, call the prolongation of the stay of our army. He judged this would be useful, to enable bins to complete the organization of his army, and a new Convention
November 14, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England