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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

GUILDHALL.—Mr. Nash, of Cateaton-street, attended yesterday before Sir Peter Laurie to show cause why he refused to pay for the carriage and porterage of a parcel from Carlisle. porter at the Three Cups, Aldersgate-street, stated the refusal to pay. Mr. Nash said he objected bec
April 23, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PA,P_ERS.

PARLIAMENTARY PA,P_ERS.

Fo RE - T. -- . - W INES.— The number, of gallons of foreign wines upon which d u t y has been pa i d f or home *Consumption (imperial lueasure), for the year ending January' 5, 1831, is 6,628,496, •litl the net amount of duty received 1,524,1771..185. 3d. §Plarr 5.,--The _quant
May 27, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
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IN TL BESTING PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS AT WHITED:AP-EN., (From the Cumtf,rlarq Pgeguet.) On Thursday last, Lord Lowther gave' his political friends, resident in this part of Cumberland, one of the most spirited and interesting entertainments of which it has ever fallen to our: lot t
May 27, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

The Duke of Gloucester and he Princess Sophia visited their Majesties yesterday, at the Palace at St. James's. His Majesty gave audiences yesterday to the Duke of Devonshire, Earl Grey, Lord Holland, and the Hanoverian Minister. Viscount Combermere had an audience yesterday of t
May 27, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

. MANSION-HOUSE.A Swiss woman, named Caroline Sappie,. applied to Alderman Cowan. to assist her in recovering her daughter, a girl 16 years of age, who had gone awayfrom her on the 2d.of June. The following are the circumstances under which the unfortunate mother made the applic
June 29, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
SHIPPLATG INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPLATG INTELLIGENCE.

DEAL, July 1: N.W.—Arrived the Shepherd, Wilson, from St. Kitts; John, Pink, from Jamaica; Dawn, Bland, and Harriet, Lock, from Sierra Leone, for Sheerness. PonTSIVIOUTII, July Arrived the 'lore, Elder, from Riga. - • PLYMOUTH, June 20 and 30.—N. FALMOUTH, June 30.—N.—Arrived. o
July 2, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
This day is publibbed, II L ACKWOOD'S 1 4 ;1)INI3GRGII CLXXXILL . and CLXXXIV, for I i;3l. 1.7 CONTENTS OF

This day is publibbed, II L ACKWOOD'S 1 4 ;1)INI3GRGII CLXXXILL . and CLXXXIV, for I i;3l. 1.7 CONTENTS OF

FART I. ' nlmore. A Dream - of , the Highlands. Vision I. i, 'hte's otv e l --2. Th e N a i a d- 3. The Lady of the Castle-4. The T---5. The 'Oracory--6. The Seer —i. The Demon-8. Co nfession--9. Expiation-,10, Retribution. .By Professor "--11. Some Passages in the Life of Sir F
July 30, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Fraser's Magazine.

Fraser's Magazine.

The number for ho ensuiag month fully sustains the character of this work among the Friodicals. It is embellished with a portrait of a Noble Commoner, who forms the subject of the following article in its contents 4-
July 30, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
WEXFORD ASSIZE& ;Mit R. STEELF, BA.RT. V. THOMAS LORD BISHOP OF FERNS

WEXFORD ASSIZE& ;Mit R. STEELF, BA.RT. V. THOMAS LORD BISHOP OF FERNS

AND LEIGHLIN. !' This was an action of quare impedit brought by the plaintiff, Sir Richard Steele, for recovery of the advows.on or right of appointing a clergyman to the parish church of Killnenor, which - had been usurped, and lattefy, exercised by the defendant and his 'prede
July 29, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
BERLIN, Sept. 4.

BERLIN, Sept. 4.

A n c e t r • a 11 s - "(OFFICIAL NOTICE.) "As the Asiatic cholera has already appeared here and at ports of the province of Pomerania and Brandenburg, on this side of the Oder, a military cordon has been established, not only along the Elbe, from the frontiers of the kingd om o
September 12, 1831 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England