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DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

The Earl of Darnley moved an Address to the Crown, for copies of all communications on this subject with Government. The Earl of Liverpool said, measures had been taken, and were taking, by the Irish Government, on the soundest principles of policy and _discretion. The Earl of B
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
a • PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW; 9. 4/5. Smithfield.—Hay, 635. Od. to 80s.—Inferior, 455. to - , Clover,- 70s.

a • PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW; 9. 4/5. Smithfield.—Hay, 635. Od. to 80s.—Inferior, 455. to - , Clover,- 70s.

Od. to' 925. 6d.—lnferior, 575. 6d. to 675. 1 4 1 . Straw, 28s. to.36s.—Rye, —s. 31 0 . St. James's.—Hay, dOs. to 85s.—Straw , 255. 6d. Clover, —B. Od. to —s. Whitechapel.—Hay, 70s to 84s-,-New do. Straw, 30s. to 365. 11/2
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BEACON

THE BEACON

he shouldn't be after bating me for the likes of them; and here he is to the fore, your honour, for that same." The Magistrate asked Phelitn what he had to say to it. Phelim had listened calmly to all Florence had been saying, and it was not till the Magistrate had twice put the
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NEV

FOREIGN NEV

SOUTH AMERICA. His Majesty's ship Superb,- 78, Capt. A. M'Kettiie,' from Lima, Valparaiso, and Rio Janeiro, has arrived at , Fortsmouth, bringing bags of letters and despatches from these places, WiTh about two millions of dollars, met-- chants' property. She left Lima on the 3d
June 2, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
_ ....... PRICE OF FLOUR. Flour, Town made, per sack, 455. to 50s. : Second , . 45g : to

_ ....... PRICE OF FLOUR. Flour, Town made, per sack, 455. to 50s. : Second , . 45g : to

455.; Es-ex and Suffolk, on boa r d s hi p, 40s. to 455. . folk and Stockton, 38'; to 405,---BRA N, per quarter, 7, •`"" Is. 6d. PO LLA RD, Fine, per ditto, 20s. to 255.
June 2, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS. • Monday, May 13.

HOUSE OF LORDS. • Monday, May 13.

• Various-Petitions were presented, moving for a Return-of all Sinecure Officers and Offices grantel in reversion for the last year. , The Earl of Liverpol stated, that the ouly Sinecure Office he ktiew of, was that of Clerk of Parliament, which the House was etinapetent to regu
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON •PLEAS, MAY 16. GARLAND V. JEKYLL.

COURT OF COMMON •PLEAS, MAY 16. GARLAND V. JEKYLL.

In this case the; famous race horse Smolensk° was claimed t i y . thiplainntift, as Lord of . the Manor of Weeks Park Hall, A3 . olie of the heriots due to him on the death of Sir Bunbury, his tenant. The jury' found this horse not claimed by the person who went to mark Sir C. B
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
OLIVER CROMWELL and HIS TIMES.

OLIVER CROMWELL and HIS TIMES.

, By THOMAS CROMWELL. • "The author of the present volume has done more to portrby the true character of Cromwell—to shew the true workings of his mind in all the various situations in which he was placed—than any preceding writer."—Litcrary Chronicle, June 2, 1821. London i Pri
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England