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his best " h.°ll . l ( Pr ilcr e s l i e 't . lit‘l :4 l' n it . - il s ho A es t b i. i ,il s i Ik t , i a a :i l l; r . e rs io ; : n rl d n g i 1 7 act a conspicaou , 1 , • r or w otherise. Sucti, at least, i 6 3 ~m1C1 .5. nion, submit it to ovd, r eo 1 proceed other filets o
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
is every reason to believe, are the greatest sufferers. The baker who attended to make his complaint to his Lordship,

is every reason to believe, are the greatest sufferers. The baker who attended to make his complaint to his Lordship,

stated, that it was the property of the substance with which the flour was adulterated, to make the bread "short," or of a quality that soon became dry and crumbled readily ‘instead of being good sound substantial bread. It was when first baked, extremely soft, and soon became s
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, LAST DAY.

FRIDAY, LAST DAY.

't.A.mnewal of the Oaks Stakes of Fifty rOyereigns h. ft. for Z•••,r old fillies Bst 41b.--Mile and a half; was won by the Duke idGrafton's hr. 1. Zinc, by Wuful, beating the Duke of Richfriend's gr. f. Dandizettc, by Whalebone, and -Mr. Rusts- b. 1. by Pioieer.-5 to 4 agst Zinc
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SOCIETY OF ARTS.

SOCIETY OF ARTS.

On We iesday the Society lin . the Encooragement of Art, Manufactures, .lield„ . gs annual distribution ef .rewards at. the Opera House. Thy socipty bas been compelled Lii Move 'Place to 'place years, arid, notwithstanding Ito erforMouS seze of this Theatre, such i - was the de
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE OLD 111411F.!S .7'IIEfiIIOME7'ER;

THE OLD 111411F.!S .7'IIEfiIIOME7'ER;

THE OLD .7'IIEfiIIOME7'ER; At 15, Anxious for coining out, ,"and for the attention of the men. •: is, Begins to have sonic) idea Ocilie tender passion. 11, Talks of lore lit a cottage, and disinterested affection. is, Fancies herself in love with Some handsome man, who flatters h
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
'THEATRICALS.

'THEATRICALS.

. „ A 4 the TheatriczA towards a close, our cri.lical laboitri . 'are propertirinably The benefits nk, Drury Lane, during the last week, hare been generally productive, of ks ocertiocv _ .• it) ait sti lb Ii US arniti ler:t i g c v • farce, per Cent., brought out on which, thoug
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CRIMINAL LAWS.

CRIMINAL LAWS.

Mr. Secretary PEEL To bring in Bills to enable Judges to abstain Iron, " pronouncing" sentence of death, except in cases of murder; to extend the benefit of Clergy to certain cases of felony ; and to repeal porti o ns o f the " Bla c k Act" relatingto the cutting of young ,trees
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England