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S, up to Tuesday. 41 !

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May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE CORONATION. , . Just published in aro. price 9s. 6d. OBSERVATIONS the PUBLIC LIFE of the KING. By the

THE CORONATION. , . Just published in aro. price 9s. 6d. OBSERVATIONS the PUBLIC LIFE of the KING. By the

Rev. GEORGE &MOLY, A.M. Printed for J. WARREN, Old Bond-Street; and W. BLACKWOOD, Edinburgh.
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
TO BON VIVANTS. jOHN BULL'S Newly Invented BEEF STEAK SAUCE. • Prepared by.t. KERNOT, Chyniist, cornerof BEAR-STREET, LEI CESTERAQU ARE,

TO BON VIVANTS. jOHN BULL'S Newly Invented BEEF STEAK SAUCE. • Prepared by.t. KERNOT, Chyniist, cornerof BEAR-STREET, LEI CESTERAQU ARE,

London; (Without whose Signature none are genuine). Pints, al f- pints, is. 6d. *** The only fault to be found with this delicious Sallee, is, that by using it, John Bull is apt to eat a pound or two more Steaks- than he otherwise would have done.
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN.-MAy 19.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN.-MAy 19.

CASE.—Cuthbert V. Browne.—This was a special action for deceit of an extraordinary natere. The first count stated that the plaintiff, Charles Cuthbert, being then a bachelor, was, on the 20th of March 1820, wrongfully and deceitfully informed by the defendant, John Browne, of Ca
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

- Ni.wisiyroN.—On Tuesday the stormy contests in the crowded Committees of the House of Commons, on the Newington Select Vestry Bill, were suspended for the present. The Petitioners for the Bill, under the peculiar circumstances that have attended its progress, prayed for leave
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
MISS M'LEOD'S TALES OF 'FON (SECOND SEPIES). Just published, in 4 1‘ re vols. Igind. price Xt. 4s. Ivan's, TALES

MISS M'LEOD'S TALES OF 'FON (SECOND SEPIES). Just published, in 4 1‘ re vols. Igind. price Xt. 4s. Ivan's, TALES

OF 1 ( S s _ ECoND couitutiing the Miser's Daugbter, Rosamond, beautiful Countess, Florabelle. &c. By Miss M.LEOD, Author of the Pint Series. Printed for A. K. NEW M AN and (70. Leamnball-Street. A Third Series, in 4 vols. which will complete the whole, will appear abont Michael
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
IapIiYPTIAN TOmii.—THE EXHIBITION OF 'IIIE ICA EGYPTIAN TOMB IS NOW OPEN, at the Egyptian Hall, I),ccadilly. In consequence of the

IapIiYPTIAN TOmii.—THE EXHIBITION OF 'IIIE ICA EGYPTIAN TOMB IS NOW OPEN, at the Egyptian Hall, I),ccadilly. In consequence of the

extraordinary expenses incurred in the erection of Tomb, the pike of Admission will be is. fd. till the first of June.
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PRESENT fOr a NEW MARRIED LADY. Just published, price la. 6d. a New Edition of AGUIDE to AIATRIMONIAL HAPPINESS, in

PRESENT fOr a NEW MARRIED LADY. Just published, price la. 6d. a New Edition of AGUIDE to AIATRIMONIAL HAPPINESS, in

a Series of Letters, written by a Lady of Distinction to her Relation, shortly after her marriage. Contents: Of the Disposition of a Wife.—Dispositinn of a Husband.— Visitors of Ceremnny.—lntimate Acquaintances.—Continoance of Affection.— Weakness of Tern per.—Disputes which ari
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LONDON, MAY 27.

LONDON, MAY 27.

THE attention of the Legislature has at length been directed to the state of our trade with China and the vast regions north of the Cape of Good Hope; and it must be confessed, that the principles by which it has been conducted and regulated are abundantly absurd, vexatious and
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England