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HOLISt OF Ci/MMONS, APRIL 28.

HOLISt OF Ci/MMONS, APRIL 28.

Mr. BUTTERWORMI presented a petition from the parish oft. Giles in the Fields, against ti4e menopoly of Water Companies. Mr. M. A. TAYLOR said, this was a subjectvhich called for the most serious attention . of the house and the . public, whose voice should be raised against the
May 2, 1818 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE INEFFICIENCY OF THE POOR LAWS. subject has so often engrossed the attention of the Legislature and the public, that

THE INEFFICIENCY OF THE POOR LAWS. subject has so often engrossed the attention of the Legislature and the public, that

its Consideration becomes painful. The Report of the Select Committee of the House of CoMmons, from which we have already given extracts,. brings it again under our notice, more especially because' it Communicates a- most important fact which it were folly to pass over silently.
September 9, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
BOW STiIEET.-(SATuR DAY.)

BOW STiIEET.-(SATuR DAY.)

ILLEGAL: INTEREST—PAWNBROKEES.—Tbis was an itifortnation , filed at the instance of Mr. J. Boggis, a butcher in St. Clement's passage, against the defendants, pawnbrokers, residing in Rathbone place; for an infraction of a clause in the " Pawnbroker's Act.'' Mr. Giblett conducte
September 9, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
-fine arm

-fine arm

- fine arm - THE BRITISH GALLERY.. PORTRAITS OF EMINENT CHARACTERS. So refreshing to the mind, and so generally attractive are exhibitions of the fine arts, that the prineipaltharms of London, in its full and fashionable season, are •Somerset-House, the exhibition . of • the Soci
June 17, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
rç THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE QUEEN'S TRIAL.

rç THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE QUEEN'S TRIAL.

L\ 0 reasonable man will embark in a speeplation, without . ProsPeet of retnuneration commensurate svith - his expenditure and risk. Au enormous capital was requisite to con-, duct the present Crusade against her Majesty; to subsidize a bevy of skippers to board her bark on its
October 22, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
TUB QUEENS TRIAL. lIVIPER.TAL PARLIAMENT.

TUB QUEENS TRIAL. lIVIPER.TAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monduy Oct. 16. This morning the 1-1011se met at lir o'elock, and - after prayers halteen 'read, and the roll of their Lordships' names called over, Mr. James Dawes, from the Flana,per Otce, Dublin, presented jbat, office, declaring the freturn of Lord Dofferin a
October 22, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Oiic" ;I'o o4 is • 1 1[111 : ONLY. CORRECT RETORT OF THE. TRIAL cov•o U V h• Ll '

Oiic" ;I'o o4 is • 1 1[111 : ONLY. CORRECT RETORT OF THE. TRIAL cov•o U V h• Ll '

ng QUEEN. is now Pablisbi, in Numbers Price lid. • I • • BENITOW, strig„Str4nd.: lA_ particularly recciramenqed Its :re ,;;It. por Y 4 cy_er other will lie witeir'it is ttiat 1 0 ‘ .Examinatiory of the •Wz ;noses is copied: verbatim trout the e tdk vb by M r . GURNEY, altort4ttu
October 22, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
*titientst anti effentell.

*titientst anti effentell.

effentell. eent4iit:4EkTAllLE ACClDENT.—Wednesday afternoon, a CiN au t t nan y, of fortune at th e we s t- e nd of the town, applied to I. E. eee• at alarlborough-street, for advice in the following a NI, " IS ' mon,* youth, purchased a box of denonating balls from sells th em a
February 7, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
ED F C,ITION. •

ED F C,ITION. •

NE 1J EDITIONS the following USEFUL BOOKS °refuel published, by and MAUNDER, Mentorian Press, No. 267, St. Clement's Churckiard, Strathl, and sold bil all Booksellers VALUABLE H ISTORICAL CLASS BOOKS. PINNOCK's liiiprovell Editiot: of Dr GOLDSMITH's nISTORY of ENGLAND, with a Di
February 7, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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November 21, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England