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PRICE SEVEX-PENCE. public, he might have acknowledged her, protected and maintained her in private; be might have fostered her with his good wishes; he might have lamented' the cause of antipathy, whether imaginary or real and he might have made light the hurthen that bore so hea
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
ROUST:. OF COMMOMS, JAN. 27. Habeas Corpus Suspension.

ROUST:. OF COMMOMS, JAN. 27. Habeas Corpus Suspension.

Lord ALTHORPE cid led the attention of the house to the consideration of the . Suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, and washed to know, as ministers were present, what was intended to be done. He would not press the subject, if they were prepared with any proposition. • - Lord C
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Stephen Mitchell, of Dorking, Surreyi linen. draper. Bdward Grace, of Seatou-cottdge, N'ortbUtxtberland, farmer. Benton North, of ltanchester, factor. George Oddy,

Stephen Mitchell, of Dorking, Surreyi linen. draper. Bdward Grace, of Seatou-cottdge, N'ortbUtxtberland, farmer. Benton North, of ltanchester, factor. George Oddy,

late of Silver-street, Golden-sty,. soap-manufacturer. William Henry Cox, of Bread-street, warehouseman. George Wagstaff, of. Dersting,- Derby, cotton . Spinner. Hobert Feather, of Hare-street,' Romford, car. pen tee. John Upton, of Park:street,'Snuthwark, baker..
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
WIN ES.—EXCLUSIVE OP Dirty. 1 1. 1. 1. Lisbon, pipe... 38 a 41 Madeira,llo g. 55 3 64 Port, 138

WIN ES.—EXCLUSIVE OP Dirty. 1 1. 1. 1. Lisbon, pipe... 38 a 41 Madeira,llo g. 55 3 64 Port, 138

gal .. 32 a 40 Sherry, butt.. 22 :a 45 Duty, 7s. 7d. per gallon, or 5 , 21. 6s. 6d. per pipe.
February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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February 1, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
DROIX LANE,

DROIX LANE,

, The part of Kin.- John was sustainpd, on Thursday evening by Mr: Kean. It is sTarcely possilile for evening, aoor to gO through any, part without producing flashcs of powerful and brilliant talent., King Sohn, however, is not a successful perforniance ;• the enseniblc , was im
June 6, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
FATLNT MANGLES

FATLNT MANGLES

EDDY, late OXEN' 11._• H.t3LUIEDPY, Patent - Mangle Naker ,the Royal Family, No :354, Oxford Street, doors from the Panateon, begs leave to return sincere thanks to the nobility, gentry, anti other s, for the many f.,vours so kindly conferred on the tate partnership, and to info
June 6, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Miscellaneous Grants.

Miscellaneous Grants.

On the motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequel, the committee . ".VOtecl the following :-2,000,0001. for diSchirging the interest: cpon Exchequer Bilts, Irish4reasury Mates, and Mint Notes :-1,805,6151. for aischarg— Mg out-standing Treasury Bills, issued in Ireland during the
March 7, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
WORCESTESIIIRE..

WORCESTESIIIRE..

Eve:sham—ln addition to the candi, dates for this borough, mentioned in Our ,last, Mr. Boughton, son of C. W. Rouse 'Boughton, Bart._ has 'offered - his services to the burgesses, - and commenced hiscariv s ass on Tuesday. - -.Siv C. cockerill, ; and , Sir E. 'llOworth (the litt
March 7, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
eortign jactuo<,

eortign jactuo<,

jactuo<, FRANCE. Paris, March•L—The trial resiiecting the assa4ination of M. Fualdes tinunences the Ith instant ais'Albi ;-360 wititesses , are sum, frOrn •Phodezl—Wive per cents,. Satur, day,. 6 7. francs. 2& cents.
March 7, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England