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'BOARD OF CONTROL

'BOARD OF CONTROL

Mr DENMAN wished to know, if the right honourable gentleman did not receive the salary usually attached to this office; what became lof it? (Hear.) It was generally rumoured that the right honourable gentleman received no part of it himself, but reserved it for another right hon
February 17, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEACON.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEACON.

Sea —.I was much . delighted with your fac-simile of the letter to Lord Archibald Hamiltcn, from honest David Walker, and his Lordship's other 4 , loyal subjects" in the good town of Crail. I was also much pleased with the manner in which you exposed the despicable artifices by
April 28, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IPWRECK.

IPWRECK.

_Melancholy loss of the Henry, Captain Thomas Newport, of Dubiin, on her passage from St John's, New Brunswick, towards Dublin, which .vessel sailed on the )3d December from St John's. On the., 15th, siudding before the wind, in a tremendOui Storm;, the sails blew from the yards
May 12, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(No. 3.) TO SIR FRANCIS BURDETT.

(No. 3.) TO SIR FRANCIS BURDETT.

"Gloucester Lodge, June 9, 1821. • - " Strt—ltord 'William Bentinck has just delivered to me the answer, which you have transmitted to his Lordship, through Mr Kinnaird, to the letter which I Addressed to you on Thursday. " Lord William Bentihck's opinion (With which_ my own fee
June 16, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE BEACCfN..- THE BEACON. EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, SEPT \EI t.

THE BEACCfN..- THE BEACON. EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, SEPT \EI t.

NOTICES TO coitttr-SPoNDENTs Our friends at hiveraray need tot be alarmed. for the horomt of their town; We are sure that the n has no correspondent there, and tfiat nobody believes him when he says he has. "One whom It may concern" is not suffiCiently explicit. " A Constant Rea
September 1, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LANCASTER ASSIZES: September 14.

LANCASTER ASSIZES: September 14.

LIBEL-REX V. BLACGW. This prosecution for libel came on at nine o'clock,this morning. Mr Tindall opened the pleadings, and Mr Brougham addressed the jury, but very shortly: The learned gentleman professed to do little more than read the passage charged as libel; and he did very
September 22, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEWEATTLE A,4IfEY.

NEWEATTLE A,4IfEY.

At Newhattle Abbey, on the. 10th inst., the baptism of the Marquis of Lothian's infant daughter took place; and, from the circumstance of her having been born on the morning Of his Majesty's coronation, she was named . Georgina Augusta, in honour of that event. The ceremony was
September 22, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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September 22, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MAWKISH TRUISMS AND SHEER NONSENSE.

MAWKISH TRUISMS AND SHEER NONSENSE.

" Ifunlanity and sound Policy ineulcate alike the necessity of our enasling a labourer to provide for himself, before we entertain any proposal for depriving him of rhe - mranrof exi..tence." "By establishing prosperity and happiness in the room of misery., i a mighty step would
June 30, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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June 2, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland