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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

The great press of Public matter of such weighty importance prevents the present continuation of Asmodeus. He has a good deal yet to disclose - through THE BEACON. On the same account we must for the present postpone our Extracts from the Scottish Beacon. ".Memoirs of Miss Harri
May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
BANK MEETING.

BANK MEETING.

Thursday there was a most numerous Meeting of the Directors and Proprietors of the Bank of England. The Chairman stated they had received a letter from Lord Liverpool on the subject of restricting the privileges of the Bank; to submit to the Proprietors to accede to an extension
May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

0 Fair play's a jewel," " Disk Turf," " No Alias," " Jerry and Pair Star." 4 . c., and others on the same subject, will see that we have animadvtrted elsewhere upon the subject if their communications. " Hiccup' won't do. " Pastorella" is very pretty, but too lack-a-daiseyeal fo
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
TRE BEACON

TRE BEACON

overturn s M on the lady, who. had been thrown .from it; and who was seriously hurt. Various other minor occuri ed. There was, of course the usual assortment of wild beasts, mountebanks, showmen, gipsies, pick -pockets, &c. Of these latter gentry, one or two of the most acfive w
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
,lINI 04,10, ort,,ir,, LONDON SESSIONS.-MONDA Y, MAY 20.

,lINI 04,10, ort,,ir,, LONDON SESSIONS.-MONDA Y, MAY 20.

G. Whiting was indicted for assaulting Elizabeth, the wife of J. Goss. The prosecutrix stated, that on the llth of April, prisoner entered the room while she was asleep, took up a dagger which was in the room, her husband beilg a sword-cutler, and threatened her life if she did
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
The Glasgow Chron;cle says-'--" A bankti. e - house here has lent out to the Police Establishment about for 13

The Glasgow Chron;cle says-'--" A bankti. e - house here has lent out to the Police Establishment about for 13

years, theduration of the present Act, at 4 per cent. interest. There is little doubt that this rate will soon be general. A new steam-vessel built, of plate iron, (except the deck) arrived off Dover on Saturday last; and left soon after for Dieppe: she draws only IS inches wate
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BEACON.

THE BEACON.

, of his motion, in the personal expenses of the sovereign, and the ten per cent. on his great officers' salaries; and it was this that induced him to limit his motion to the.third class. He was sure that his Majesty felt deeply the .calamities WhiCh pressed so hea'Oily on all c
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE . BE A CO,N.

THE . BE A CO,N.

Bow STrtuve.—Thomas Jay ; who stated himself to be a servant in his Majesty's etables, Was charged, on Thursday, with .picking pockets in the crowd . opposite Drury Lane Theatre. The prisoner was observed by Gook, a parish constable, to make several attempts, and he continued to
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PA R.LIAIPIEI.%IZ

IMPERIAL PA R.LIAIPIEI.%IZ

, i , 3 55 otb el. G V I iielro jo stit , s eC o . fr . by by a majority of 195 to 68; and they were finally l'tese r , s , til l larger majorities.-Feb. 8. The Sheriffs of Lonql4iti,:ed a Petition from the Lord'Mayor and Corporation, t 2 6 -1 ,6 the interference of the military
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, APRIL 18.

THURSDAY, APRIL 18.

The Muse ballotteitfor a Committee to try the merits of the Petition against the Return of the Members for• West Looe. Mr.. Calvert presented Petitions from St. John's and St. Olaves Southwark, praying ; that London Bridge should not be taken down, but that other means Of openin
April 21, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England