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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

o ) :ttic ed a--On Tuesday se'nnight, a body of armed men 6, 4 house near Bansha, Tipperary, in which two police been quartered. They succeeded in getting in the thatch, and took from them two carbines, two and one pistol, together with what ammunition They then went to the hous
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH, MAY 6. GIBSON AND OTHERS V. MURRAY, GENT.

LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH, MAY 6. GIBSON AND OTHERS V. MURRAY, GENT.

This was an application to the Court by the plaintiffs, calling on Mr. Charles Murray, a Solicitor, to shew cause why he should not pay certain monies which had come into his hands, over to plaintiffs. The facts were stated at the time the rule was obtained. The Solicita-General
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
406 13 4

406 13 4

500 00 100 0 0 Total Number of London Newspapers 16,254,534 270,908 18 0 Provincial Newspapers Total Number of Newspaper Stamps 1 24 779 786 '412,996. 8 8, issued A. R. BARBER, Pro. Compr. Comptroller's Office, Stamps, 19th April, 1822. THE YIIAR 1801, The total number of Stamps
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
#4 ~ ~o eorrwvo,r.or.wo,w4.o. POLICE.

#4 ~ ~o eorrwvo,r.or.wo,w4.o. POLICE.

#4 ~ eorrwvo,r.or.wo,w4.o. POLICE. MANSION Housc.—A young man was charged with embezrag the property of his employer, Mr. Miller s a sitgar. aker. Mr. M. jun.,stated, that soon after the prisoner came ltito their- employ, he.began to dress in a manner too .expen-2.ite salary, mon
June 2, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

garry Ford and Jack Dawson.—This kattle was fought at eight o'dock on Wednesday morning, in a field at Chowsley. near Ripley altogether a fuse scent, tor the enemy would spoil sport as to place and time. It was a short battle, but of the most determined obstinacy. The first roun
June 2, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. HUME AND THE FISHMONGERS.

MR. HUME AND THE FISHMONGERS.

ON Thursday last, Mr. Hume was presented with the Freedom of .this worthy Company. A very elegant - dinner was given upon the occasion, at which were present the . greater' part of the most diNtinguished members of the Opposition. Previous to saying grace, the head warden though
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN GRAIN.

FOREIGN GRAIN.

Mr. Irving, from the Custom-house, presented a return of the different periods at which the ports had beenOpcned and shut, in theicase of foreign grain, since the act Of the 55th of the late Kipg, and the quantity imported since the passing Of that act.
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
- . ...__ PRICE OF BREAD: t The highest price of the best Wheaten Bread tbrough,lpesce metropolis, is stated by

- . ...__ PRICE OF BREAD: t The highest price of the best Wheaten Bread tbrough,lpesce metropolis, is stated by

the principle Bakers to Halfpenny the Quartern Loaf, of 41b. soz: and a
May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
FALLACY OF MTt WYVILL'S OPINION,

FALLACY OF MTt WYVILL'S OPINION,

that the only effectual relief which can be afforded, the Agriculturist, must, arise from a large remission (i. e. £20,000,000) of taxes, we will plainly put the case, taking the statements of the Opposition themselves as the groundwork of our argument. From these it will appear
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England