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HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

itszday, .laa. t • • Se reral days were fixed for hearing Scotch Appealt, mug which was one from Eisex Kerr, against the decision of the Court of Ser.ion on tile Roxinirgit cause. ' Their Lordships then-adjourned to ‘V'ednesday. li'citnes,lay. Jan. 2:3. Lord ERSKI?IE presented a
January 27, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

.00t111.T OF KING'S BENCH, JAN. 20, This being theArst day of Tenn, the Courts did not sit till one o'clock. ; In this Court theix, Lordships heard the reports respecting the convict and justification of bail till nearly four o'clock. MA,NDAMIJS.-- On the application of Mr. GARR
January 27, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
111ARRIED

111ARRIED

On Tuesday last, at St. George's, Hanover-square, John M'Kenzie, Esq. son of the late Murdock M'Kenzie, Esq. of Green-street, Grosvenor-square, to Miss Harrison, only daughter of T. Harrison, Esq of Brompton Grove.
October 13, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
INDEX,---Isn.

INDEX,---Isn.

Grey, earl, on his observations in Parliamemt, respecting the doctrine of assassination, 181— Letters addressed to him, 187, 394, 406 Hamburgh, disturbances there, 77—Deputation sent to Paris, 81—Buonaparte's conduct to the inhabitants of, 81—Post stopped and robbed by - order o
December 29, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
Peace he to France, if France in peace permit The just and lineal entrance to our own: If not, bleed

Peace he to France, if France in peace permit The just and lineal entrance to our own: If not, bleed

France—and peace ascend to Heaven !—SualtespEAßE. ry into the enemy's ports any goods that are contraband. The two contracting parties agree, that two months having elapsed after the declaration or war, their respective citizens, from whatever part of the world they come,`shall
February 24, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
AND ANTICORSICAN CHRONICLE

AND ANTICORSICAN CHRONICLE

Three men were seen near the'shop of Mr. Mari. for about Italian hour on Saturday evening, and one of them, during that time, looking in at Mr. Marr's shop-window. The description of two of these persons was given to the Magistrates; of the third no information could be obtained
December 15, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
4 i Count M", at Vienna. (This person is not to be de' pended upon, he is very fund of

4 i Count M", at Vienna. (This person is not to be de' pended upon, he is very fund of

money, and dissipated.) " At Warsovie. Mr. H. an important personage in the Government. Count P. a Pole, a man of considerable talents, rich, though always needy. Prince JOSEPH PONTATOWSKY, nephew of the late King of Poland, not to be depended upon ; he is said to be a weak irre
December 8, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
" ARMY OF ARRAGON:

" ARMY OF ARRAGON:

" Camp at Valencia, tact. " Senor Governor, you must already knoW the- restil l ' of the battle of yesterday. Eight thousand -prisoner s, many'Generals, and the greater part of the artillery of army commanded by Senor ; Blake, 'are iu our pnwer. am commissioned on the part of .
December 8, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
styuction..of their tyrant.

styuction..of their tyrant.

Lisbon and Cadiz Papers arrived on Thursday, with in telligence up to the olt. They; contain a lofig count of the battle ofaguntum; but as the result of affair has been already gathered from the-French papers' and as the news of thisyeek are very voluminous, d° . not give the wh
December 8, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
THE ANTICA 1., LICAN INIONITOR.

THE ANTICA 1., LICAN INIONITOR.

THE ANTICA LICAN INIONITOR. tile American st.ips captured under the Berlin and Milan Decrees? Were not the crews of several of those ship, compelled by force to enter into the French service? The crew of the Anierican ship Gana, Capt. RALPH LINZEE, tivere pressc.l—the ship anti c
April 21, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England