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CODE OF FAMILY INFORMATION'.

CODE OF FAMILY INFORMATION'.

Now publishing, in weekly Parts, price es. 6 , 1. (SIX of which are r e edy), ornul and interesimg Wi.wk, entitled, THE FAMILY - CYLOPAIOIA, being a MANync or USEFUL AND NECISSARY KNowi.EmaE, alphabetically ar ranged I compriaing the twist recent Inventions, Discoveries, and Imp
January 14, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
HARROW PACKET.'

HARROW PACKET.'

THE Public are respectfuily informed, that the above Packet leaves the Boat Houses, Paddington. every Sunday and Wednesday mornings, at 10 o'clock, for Harrow on the and returns to Paddington the saute evening IN 8 o'Clock.—Fare Ss. Children under b years of age, gratis.—ltefres
August 27, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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August 27, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY INIILLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY.

THE WEEKLY INIILLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY.

VWa fitrgami, before, you came away? No.; the little Victorine was tioCat home shewas at -school. Ido not k now- .theiname lof the place.—You said just now that many getairtollts attended the dinner and balls at the Barons; wish you Would.be good as to mention the , names.oUsons
October 22, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Elarietico. SNUFF AND NOSES. My Nose is in great indignation. SHAKESPEARE.

Elarietico. SNUFF AND NOSES. My Nose is in great indignation. SHAKESPEARE.

As a friend to Noses of all denominations, I must here enter my solemn protest against a barbarous abuse, to which they are too often subjected, by converting them into dustholes and soot-bogs, under the fashionable pretext of taking an abomination for which Sir Walter Raleigh i
April 8, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SUDDEN DEATH or Mfis, En.tvrom.--This lady died almost saddealy on Sunday die ISt instant, at her residence in Stratford-place She

SUDDEN DEATH or Mfis, En.tvrom.--This lady died almost saddealy on Sunday die ISt instant, at her residence in Stratford-place She

was in the gallery of the Freemason's Tavern, during the dinner to commemorate the anniversary of the Theatrical Fund, on Friday. Mrs. Elliston was formerly Miss Rundall, the daughter of a most respectable gentleman at Bath, of which place she was a native. A family of nine chil
April 8, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
7) 0_i(.)41 CIVI'L' -7,t.34-ai 4 14,1

7) 0_i(.)41 CIVI'L' -7,t.34-ai 4 14,1

0_ i( . ) 41 CIVI'L' -7 , t.3 4 -ai 4 ary. t of every man in ,Bi.itain." [Price 7d.
May 13, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY.

THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY.

abouring population.—(Hear, hear !)—The evil was enormous, •and the population would soon become so great, that if the poor rates should increase in proportion, the limner, after having expended his ca;Aial, would no longer be able to cultivate the soil.— (Hear, hear . I )—Froni
May 13, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—May 9.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—May 9.

The Report ot the Committee on the Aldboro4h Election stated that Mr. Atm obits, the sitting member, was duly elected, but that the petition nut frivolous or vexatious. Messrs. Calcraft, Wells, and Sir E. Knatchbull presented petiflops from Deptford, the Surveyors of the Metropo
May 13, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England