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A .Thror'eMr. illailtie) thanked _hhn ihi bAry_shatidiOnid before 11iontlaY, manner'hlWhich he, h4l . ii:tlivered . Ns' testimony: •,TheTrest'of the change.

- the Jury,rose, asidred the, witness of U' it concurrence in The Inquest was then' (eleien o clock ) adjourned until Monand to apprize the Gentlemen otthe jury of this sentiment. Captain Oalccs bowed, expressed his regret that 'day afternoon, at two. histestimony tad been so te
September 8, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
NRICES,

NRICES,

White', Black, and Lang• Pepper [Ginger Jumaioa and Barbatioes Pimento, Nntineri, Cloves, Mace, andCin- tiamon If orellsenit Ti files NlRcenroniantlVerinicrili Nielass Tapioca anti Sign Milkt and Setnolina Pent( and Scotch Barley Split Peas and Grotts White and Brown Mustard See
March 24, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
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day, weer gave aing, then lined

October 20, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
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July 21, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, MARCH 24.

SATURDAY, MARCH 24.

M half-past three o'clock the Speaker took the Chair, and in ibdui ten inibuteS after wltg summoned to the House of Peers, hoi fho Royal Assent sVa#g:iren by Commission to several Public and Vrivate Efor vlttch set the House of Lords].—Adj. .MONDAY, MAlkit 2a. • • PARLIAMENTARY
March 31, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
MAJESTY'S VISIT to the CONTINENT. Monday, at a quarter before one o'clock, his Majesty, accompanied by the Right Hon. Sir

MAJESTY'S VISIT to the CONTINENT. Monday, at a quarter before one o'clock, his Majesty, accompanied by the Right Hon. Sir

Benjamin Bloomfield, left his Palace in Pall-mall in his travel, ling carriage, with a military escort, to proceed to Ramsgate on his way to the Continent. It having been intimated at the Horse Guards that his Majesty would come through the Park, an immense crowd assembled on th
September 29, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
NOVEL CASE OF CHILD STEALING.

NOVEL CASE OF CHILD STEALING.

Yesterday an Infoitnit — dem Was giten put* attonlarden office by 1 1 ,4rSt Harril, %Vire or a boot and shoetriaker fit Gocidge, Street, Marylebone, respecting two of her children, the eldest, a boy aged 13, and the youngest a girl aged 11, who had been stolen, or, to speak more
August 11, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
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January 6, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
FROM THE DUKE OF ARGYLL

FROM THE DUKE OF ARGYLL

Gentlemen It is surely gratifying to me to find that my conduct with respect to the Bill of Pains and Penalties, lately brought fol Ward against the Queen, has met with the approbation of so respectable a, body of the inhabitants of the city of Chichester. At the commencement of
January 6, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
STOVES and RANGES

STOVES and RANGES

EVANS (Fish Street Hill) respectfully soli- • efts the Public to an inspection of his Improved KITCHEN' RANGE calculated for Roasting, Boiling, Baking, and Steaming, on a principle of economy and general convenience worthy the attention .11,mi - lies, Tavern Keepers, &c. It also
July 7, 1821 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England