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IfiILPERIA.L PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.

IfiILPERIA.L PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY, MAY 14. The Earl of Lauderdale said that the principle intended to he acted upon in the Grampound Disfranchisement Mt, was a very extraordinary one; it would make the innocent suffer the guilty. After entering into an explanation ef the circumstances he concluded by movi
May 20, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Kew, the Lady of Captain Arch. Buchanan. R. N. of a son. At LevenAide House, on the 3d inst. Mrs. Blackburn,- of Killearn, of a son. At, Bounington Bank, on the 17th inst. Mrs. Wybl, of a son. On the 15th inst. Mrs. Corrie, Queen street, of a daughter. On the inst. Mrs. Mille
March 31, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
c*Tc9 a'41121-IYIUMIZ4 New Type Foundry, Great Wild 'Street, Loricion,

c*Tc9 a'41121-IYIUMIZ4 New Type Foundry, Great Wild 'Street, Loricion,

c*Tc9 New Type Foundry, Great Wild 'Street, Loricion, TIOUCHEE and JENNINGS beg to inform the IL TRADE that they have completed a Stock of upwards of 60,0001b5 . of the most elegant modern PRINTING-TYPES, ORNAMENTS, BORDERS, and FANCY LETTERS, of entirely new Patterns, designed f
March 31, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
witl) wurrir_tkl_T-Itz4 New Type Found/ y, Great Wild Street, London. _

witl) wurrir_tkl_T-Itz4 New Type Found/ y, Great Wild Street, London. _

witl) wurrir_tkl_T - Itz 4 New Type Found/ y, Great Wild Street, London. _ POUCHEE and JEIININGS beg to inform the TRADE that they have completed a Stock of upwards of 60,0001bs of the most elegant modern PRINTING-TYPES, ORNAMENTS, BORDERS, and FANCY LETTERS, of entirely new Patt
April 7, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
reTesy.angSILTAUDAIETSIO or au to ld % e v r a l :t u o A n Dy tl . vo

reTesy.angSILTAUDAIETSIO or au to ld % e v r a l :t u o A n Dy tl . vo

t o he i: Advertiser can work well at her Needle, understands getting up fine Linen, can wait at table if required, and has no objectionto make herself generally useful; a respectable, steady young Woman, who has been two Yeays and a half in her present Situation, which she is a
April 7, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
3HT, March 29 Beef, per lb. Mutton, do. Veil, do. • - 4d to 6d - 4d to 5d -

3HT, March 29 Beef, per lb. Mutton, do. Veil, do. • - 4d to 6d - 4d to 5d -

Od to Od Lamb, do. - - Od to Ott Pork, - do. - 4d to 5d Butter, lb. Os 9d to Os 104 Eggs, pr doz. - 6d to Os Od Salmon, pr lb. - - - 2s Od Quartern Loaf fine - Os lid Do. do second Os 94
April 7, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
DISCOVERY SHIPS.

DISCOVERY SHIPS.

A day or two since we had an opportunity of going on board His Majesty's ships Fury and Hecla,, (then lying at Deptford,) destined for the prosecution "of further discovery in the high Northern Latitudes; commanded by captains Parry and Lyon.. Although it does not appear to us v
April 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
BILLIARD TABLES.

BILLIARD TABLES.

'lllO BE SOLD, the Property of the Count de Cosen, a French Nobleman TWO of the best BILLIARD-TABLES in England, and must be sold for whatever they will fetch, as the Pi . oprietor is leaving England. • NIAS & Co. Agents, 32, Berner's Street, Oxford-street.
April 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
'N on board Ship, as under: White ditto, 335. to 35a. Boilers, 36g. to 38s. Beans, Small, (new) 30s to

'N on board Ship, as under: White ditto, 335. to 35a. Boilers, 36g. to 38s. Beans, Small, (new) 30s to

325. Old, 40s. to 41s. Tick, (new) 245. to 295. Old, 365. to 38s. Oats, Feed, 15s. to 17g. Fine, 18s. to 20s. Poland, 17s. to Pine, 20s. to 225. Potatoe, 21s. 235. Fine, 245. to 255.
April 28, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England
 
THE OFFERING.

THE OFFERING.

• The King, attended by the two Bishops. his supporters, the Dean of Westminster, and the Noblemen bearing the regalia and the four swords, passed to the altar; where his Majesty, uncovered, and kneeling upon the 'cushion, made his first offerjug of a pall or altar-cloth of gold
July 22, 1821 - Aurora Borealis - London, London, England