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April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF ALDERMEN, May 7.

COURT OF ALDERMEN, May 7.

Mr. Alderman Lucas presented a Petition, signed by Mr. S. Dixon, Mr. Crocker, Mr. Deputy Brook, and Messrs. R. Smith, Gibbs, and Stuart, praying that Mr. Denman might not be sworn in as Common Serjeant, on the ground that, by a bye-law passed in the time of Philip and Mary, such
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
ATROCITIES OF THE IRISH REBELLIONS:

ATROCITIES OF THE IRISH REBELLIONS:

Just Published, in Bvo., with coloured Plates, Part I. 'price 25. or in Four Weekly Numbers, price 6d. each ) to he continued in Numbers, Weekly, and in Monthly Parts. ORIGINAL and impressive Accounts of the most extraordinary CRIMES and CRUELTIES,- recorded in the history of hu
May 12, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
ciLp BAILEY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2.

ciLp BAILEY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2.

BAILEY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. This sessions commenced on Wednesday morning. The two 'presiding Judges were Mr. Justice Bayley and Baron Graham. There are 194 prisoners for trial •in the calender, and among them are one for murder, five for manslaughter twelve for highway robbery, two
May 26, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BEACON

THE BEACON

LONDON, JUNE 2, 18'42.
June 2, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN BUTTER.

FOREIGN BUTTER.

Sir N. Colthurst gave notice, that he would, on the 6th of June, a motion for the appointmnt Ora COmmitiee to investigate the Act 56th of the late king; so far as relates to the' Importation of foreign putter., • • ' ' _ _ Mr : Butterworth held in his hand a Petition signed by t
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW, May 16. SMITHFIELD.—fIay, 638 Od to 80s—Infetior, 52s Od to 6 05 Clover, 678 Od

PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW, May 16. SMITHFIELD.—fIay, 638 Od to 80s—Infetior, 52s Od to 6 05 Clover, 678 Od

to 87 6d—lnferior, 52s Od to 605 Od • Straw, 30s Od to 36s - Od Wye, —d 63 ST. JAmEs's.—Hay, -60 s Od to 86s —Straw, 27s Od to Clover, 64s Od to 88s Od.
May 19, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
X s. Kidd, Captain John, late of his Majesty's Packet Princess Elizabeth .2 1 0 Kleir, Frederick, esq. Chiswick 5

X s. Kidd, Captain John, late of his Majesty's Packet Princess Elizabeth .2 1 0 Kleir, Frederick, esq. Chiswick 5

5 Londonderry, the Marquis of , 100 0 Liverpool, the Earl of lOO 0 Legge, Vice-Admiral Sir Salisbury, Marquis of 21 Simpson, Rev. Geo. Glovers House Sams, Mr. St. James'sstreet Sullivan, the Right Hon. John Sutton, Sir C. K C. B. and C. T. S ' Saumarez, Admiral Sir 'Aithur • - 0
May 5, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

• HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, April 22. The House met at IO o'clock,. when Appeals were Pr - A ter with. r IV The Archbishop of Dublin presented a Petition ford, praying for a reduction in the Window v e rtb s ,; • ,The Earl of Man.sfield presented a Petition fro% 012-.14. praying f
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England
 
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.in the male depart' ' Tiler • 0 , Is no 'male, singer of any superior emi-. it, 1 . 1 1)0 0 ,... 1- Yne has a sweet voice, but he is certainly witt o ~,lopt s ,w Par in execution, compass,:and science. The it iori; t hrust Miss Hallande into-male-singing cha-01.:0000; 11. 1 i1
April 28, 1822 - Beacon (London) - London, London, England