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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

MONDAY, APRIL 30. The Marquis of Londonderry took the oaths - aud his seat as member for the borough of Orford. •Mr. P. Moore presented a petition from the operative gun and pistol manufacturers of Birmingham praying that his Majesty's ministers may he impeached. Ordered to lie
May 5, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
NEW CHURCHES.

NEW CHURCHES.

_ On the motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, leave was given to bring in a bill to amend the act of his late Majesty for the building of new churches. TUESDAY, Al tY I. Mr. fV. Smith presented rt Petition from the Fishmongers' Company of the City of London. against the Bi
May 5, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
THE CORONATION. [FURTHER PARTICULARS.]

THE CORONATION. [FURTHER PARTICULARS.]

All the Princesses wore dress hats of gold and silver lama, the leaf scallopped, and in every scallop a diamond ornament. On the return from the Abbey to the Hall the foreign Ambassadors—both those who had arrived on a congratulatory mission to attend the Coronation, and those w
July 29, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

TuEsDAY.---Riot-in Westnzinster.---James McCarthy (a drummer), Richard Roebottam, James Jones, Thomas See, and William Hardy, soldiers of the Guards, were put to the bar, charged with unlawfully and riotously assembling on the 18th June' last (the anniversary of the battle of Wa
July 29, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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D. A letter has been received from Commolore the Hon. Sir Charles Paget, K.C.B. Captain of his M jesty's yacht, directing a chart of Du:delay harbour to he sent to him with the soundings marked, &c. to ascertain if it is capable of holding a ship of the line, four frigates, ani t
July 29, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
LONDON CORN 111AREVETI-S.

LONDON CORN 111AREVETI-S.

CORN-EXCHANGE, JULY 27. - There have been but few fresh arrivals of Wheat since Monday, and the trade in the whole is certainly dearer for sam• pies; all other sorts, however, still meet a heavy sale.—BarleY, Beaus, and Pease, are steady in value; and Oats are a trine dearer, th
July 29, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
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^" • ±. r • - j • t ri,- 9 :H ' • - - / . . , ( THE o. te4t ...vg, S:X.TNDAV, AUGUST 5, 1821, ministry," whom they could repeatedly have didplaced, if they could have brought themselves .to the adoption of that system of crouching subserviency to Court dictation, which so eminent
August 5, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
LAST MOMENTS OF THE QUEEN.

LAST MOMENTS OF THE QUEEN.

When, at the begi‘nning of last week, her . Majesty's illness first assumed a serious character, .Dr. Holland requested her pe::_assion to. send for another physician, observing, that whatever might be his own individual skill and attention, yet the pablie would neeessarily expe
August 12, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
scene txhibited yesterday. The sensation experienced by . l b j e thousands who took a part in the proceedings

scene txhibited yesterday. The sensation experienced by . l b j e thousands who took a part in the proceedings

was joy nnini%e° 4 and of the purest character—felt by all, but impossible to be described." Again, •‘ We are acquainted with persons who have seen varioul sights—various manifestions at the appearance of Emperors Kings; but they all agree in opinion, that they never yet gas the
August 26, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England