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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

PARIS, April 10. —The Coizstitutionnel •says—The Morning Chronicle is to be prohibited from entering trance; it is even added, that . the French Ambassador at London must prefer a complaint before, the English Tribunals against the Number of that, Paper, which has already been s
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, May 6.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, May 6.

Mr. Lambton presented Petitions from the Ship Owners of Shields and Sunderland, against the Bill for altering the Navigation Laws. Various Petitions were presented, against admitting Catholic Peers to sit in the Lords; and praying for relief. The Bill was read t second time and
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE,

STOCK EXCHANGE,

The Funds have been operated upon this week a great deal by thd progress of the plan of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, for relieving the country from the present payment of 500,000/. a year, by an Annuity of little more than half that sum for years.— Consols first fell upon a
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
• SMITHFIELD, Friday, May 3. d , To sink the offal—per stone of 81bs. o d, Beef 2s. Od. to

• SMITHFIELD, Friday, May 3. d , To sink the offal—per stone of 81bs. o d, Beef 2s. Od. to

3s. 4d 1 Veal 3s. to 0 Mutton .... 2s. Od. to 3s. Od. I Pork 2s. Od. t° Lamb, 3s: 4d. to ss. 4d. Head of Cattle this Day: 1 40. - Beasts, 495; 'Sheep, 10060 ; Calves, 210; Pig*
May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
L Vol,. I. L 'EA N VIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, N. °. 8 , Cltatliam-Place, Blackfriars. ; R. PRESIDENT'. , the

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Earl of LONSDALE. it . ll ll t 119 4 TRUSTEES. • of Egmont . I George Hammersley, Esq. 4 S I Sir H. Parnell; Bart, M.P. Pencer H I Robert Ward, Esq. M.P. 11 ERT WARD, Esq. Chairman. .y l .l lit ini e ;" 1 1: •\! . WRAY, Esq. Deputy Chairman. . averi' sqtitAra, ..e, ' I- 414 in t
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
A NEW WEEKLY LITERARY JOURNAL.

A NEW WEEKLY LITERARY JOURNAL.

On Saturday next, APril Tith, will be published, Price Bd. in London, and I. if sent free by Post, THE MUSEUM'; - Or, Record . of Literature, Fine : Arts, Sciences, Antiquities, the Drama, • (Continued Weekly.) , This Work will be devoted to - ISt. GENERAL LITERATURE.-2ml. The B
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
BREAKFAST POWDER.

BREAKFAST POWDER.

Sir R. Wilson moved for certain Papers relative to the7.proceedings against certain individuals for selling Vegetable Weakfast Powder; and in doing so, took ,occasion to complain of a prosecution instituted against an individual for selling- a . powder .called Broma, although it
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
TO HIS GRACE OF BEDFORD.

TO HIS GRACE OF BEDFORD.

- - MY LORD,—I have read your speech at the County of - Bedford Meeting with pain; the elegance of your language has not reconciled me to the matter it has conveyed: I deeply regret the misappropriation of your Grace's talents in advocating a cause which has little but your Grac
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England