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PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.

PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.

Lord J. Russell. rose to brinc , forward the greathnistion of Parliamentary Reform: he would propose a ResOlution that the present state. of the representation 'required the 'moet serious consideration; and, if he should carry that Resolution, he 'should follow it up by moving f
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

Smith was indicted for a riot. Mr. Hatfield; of Finchley, on the day in question, had a daughter married. In the evening defendant; accompanied by 30 or 40 fellows, Who were the continual annoyance of the neighbourhood, came to his house with rough muSic and .demanded money, and
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

HANOVER, APRIL 23.—This being the day on which his Majesty's birth-day is kept, it has been observed with every demonstration of joy. His Royal Highness the Governor- General was pleased to receive at his palace the congratulations of a numerous and brilliant Court. This evening
May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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News have been received at Odessa, that the Turkish Government is fortifying Constantinople. Above 10,000 men are employed on these works, which are thrown up in great haste. The most contradictory accounts are circulated respecting the Greek and Turkish fleets. Some letters sti
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
- _ __ • The following mptChe's are made tilbe run- nel' t ` l , O Ol market, between

- _ __ • The following mptChe's are made tilbe run- nel' t ` l , O Ol market, between

the best horses of their Augusta, Bst r 71b. against Mr; Fox's North Banker (which 'horse was 'sold last week t0, 14 , r e : l is I thatched against Euphrates, Bst. 71b. each, DJ. ite n v- so against Plumper; and Barmecide and Plumper Wilson, the Newcastle pedestrian, of Blackhe
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE OFFICES.

POLICE OFFICES.

Bow STREET.—A German named Scherte, residing in Graftonstreet, Soho, applied to the Magistrate, in behalf of a countryman of his named Schultz, leaseholder of a house in Green-street, Leicester-square, where he had been in a respectable way of business as a turner, but in conseq
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BEACON LONDON, MAY 26, 1822. ........p...-. RUSSIA AND AMERICA.

THE BEACON LONDON, MAY 26, 1822. ........p...-. RUSSIA AND AMERICA.

It would seem that Russia, not content with the long pe Wing dispute she has had with the Porte, is about to rake up a cede of quarrel with America. By letters w hien have passed between the Russian Minister at Washington, (M. de Poletica) and Mr. Adams, the American Secretary o
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE- BEACON.

THE- BEACON.

THE - BEACON.
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN PAPERS.

AMERICAN PAPERS.

New York papers have arrived to the 17th ult.—A Committee of the Senate of the United States had made a report, recommending that the President should be re. quested to enter into such arrangements as he may deem uitable and proper, with one or -more of the maritime Powers of Eu
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
MAR K E7S.

MAR K E7S.

COKN- EXC HANG E 9 WeDNESDAY, May .29 :„ t The supply of all kinds of grain at market this mdrn'",; was tolerably large, hut the alteration from Moudai d market was but trifling. Wheat was brisker if any thing, Oat of fine quality went off readily. Barley was the O rli ., as on
June 2, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England