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March 9, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PROVIACIAL OCCURRENCES. On Thursday, a Meeting of the Clergy of ,the teirehdenconry .of the sWeat-Ritiiiig of Yorkshire, took place at

PROVIACIAL OCCURRENCES. On Thursday, a Meeting of the Clergy of ,the teirehdenconry .of the sWeat-Ritiiiig of Yorkshire, took place at

'Wakefield, to I consider of a Petition to Parliament., against tfurther coot:esaims the Catholics, the :Rev. S. Sharp, Vicar of Wakefield, iii tite<Thair. A petition was produced by . the Rev. W. R. Reetor or worth and Viearof which, after liaving had a parawaph. grafted upon i
March 9, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
TATTERSALL'S BET ING-ROOM, MAncu G. Odds on Races to come.

TATTERSALL'S BET ING-ROOM, MAncu G. Odds on Races to come.

31 to 1 agst Moses 31 to I agst Posthoma. 4 to 1 agst Swap 7 to I at / to I .agat Ajax 8 to 1 agst Wanton 12 to 1 agst brottidr to An. tonio COLT RIDDLESwortTii. 24- to I agst Emilius I to 1 agst Webb 4to agst Talisman FILLY RIDDLESWORTII. 3 to 1 ag,st Sultana • 4 to 1 agst any
March 9, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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March 9, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTA RY RETROSPECT.

PARLIAMENTA RY RETROSPECT.

ONE of the most remarkable Sessions of Parliament perhaps ever holden the Chapel of St. Stephens, has at length terininated its arduous and memorable labours. It is a c ur i ous fact that during abaut one hundred ,and thirty nights of their attendance, the members sat on an aver
July 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CHRONOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF BUONAPARTE. •

CHRONOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF BUONAPARTE. •

• 1769, Aug. 15, Born at Ajaccio, Coraim. 1179, Mar. Placed at the lilitaiy School at Brienne.: 1793, Mar. 15, An Officer of Artillery at the Siege of Toulon, atul appointed General of Brigade. 1794, Oct. 4, Commands the Conventional Troops, ind defeat' the Parisians. 379 G, Oct
July 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHIONABLE NEWS.

COURT AND FASHIONABLE NEWS.

Wednesday about one o'clock, the. Diike of Cambridge arrived in town from Hanover The Royal Duke alighted at the Palace of the K'ng in Pall-mall, and remained ,titti Majesty about two hours, and then proceeded his Royal Highness's temporary residence, during his stay in England
July 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SUMMER ASSIZES.

SUMMER ASSIZES.

OXFORD CIRCUIT.—Right Hen. Lord Chief Justice Abbott and Sir Win. Garrow. Berkshire—Wednesday, August 1, at Abingdon. Oxford—Saturday, August 4, at Oxford. Worcestershire—Wednesday, August 8, at Worcester. City of Worcester—Same day. Gloucestershire—Saturday, August 11, at Glouc
July 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

DEAL, July 13.—Arrived and sailed fur the River the Belle Alliance, ; from Calcutta; and Dove, Chancellor, Newcastle for Cadiz.—Sailed the Alfred and Intrepid transports for the Cape of Good Hope.—Arriced the Defence transport, from with part ofthe 6th regiment on. for the Cape,
July 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CHILD -BED LINEN, _MILLINERY, and DRES,SES,. oi, very reasonable terms.—itits. INGHAM respectfully informs.her Friends and the Public in general, that

CHILD -BED LINEN, _MILLINERY, and DRES,SES,. oi, very reasonable terms.—itits. INGHAM respectfully informs.her Friends and the Public in general, that

she laid in a well selected large assortment of Child-bed Linen, which she is enabled to sell at very low .prices ' and Millinery ot every description, particularly a choice coll e cti on o f Turbans, Lace, Dress Mournii.g, rind all other C a p s , F ri ll s , H an dk erch i efs
July 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England