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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monday, May 21. The Grampound Disfranchisement Bill passed through a Committee. The Lord Chancellor proposed to omit the clawe for disfranchisement, and substitute the of the franchise to the hundred. This amendment was supported by Lords Bathurst, Retiesdale, an
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
ARCHES COURT.-MAY 19.

ARCHES COURT.-MAY 19.

Jones, falsely called Nash, V. Nash.—This was one of those eanses which are so fregtient . under the present constitution of the Marriage Act. It was a snit of nullity of marriage by reason of minority, and brought by Abigail Caltry Jones, falselycalled Nash, ai , ainst Wm. Nash
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
BURMHAN EMPIRE. Just published in Bvo. with coloured Plates, 16s. boards, OURN AL of a RESIDENCE in the BURMHAN EMPIRE,

BURMHAN EMPIRE. Just published in Bvo. with coloured Plates, 16s. boards, OURN AL of a RESIDENCE in the BURMHAN EMPIRE,

and more particularly at the Court of Amarapoorah. By Captain HIRAM COX, Of the Honorable East-India Company's Bengal Native Infantry. London: Printed for J. WARREN, Bond-Street, and G. and W. B. WHITTAKER, Ave-Maria Lane.
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
 
CHINESE PRECEPTS.

CHINESE PRECEPTS.

RES,PECTING THE MIND.—Let not corrupt thoughts arise.. Be not over anxious and grieved. Envy not those who 'have, nor despise those who have not. Complain not of .Heaven, and blame not men. Think not of old evils. Speculate not on distant things. THE Bony.—Love not beauty withou
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LINENS.

LINENS.

CRAIG and GRAHANI defy any House in England to equal in quality the following Articles at the same Priers Their Stock of FINE IRISH LINENS is immense, and the Prices infinitely more reasonable than any where else. Elegant Damask Table-Cloths, in handsome large Patterns. Gros-de-
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
NOVELS AND TALES OF THE AUTHOR, OF WAVEItLY. On Use ist of June wolf be published, Part I. of ASERIES

NOVELS AND TALES OF THE AUTHOR, OF WAVEItLY. On Use ist of June wolf be published, Part I. of ASERIES

OF PURTItAITS, illustrative or the above Novels, with BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES. To be completed In Six Parts, each containing Four Portraits, engraved by Mr. R. Cooper, i n the most- highly. finished manner, from Drawings made expiessly for the Work, by Mr. Thurston, from time most
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
NEW POEM, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. Just published, in Royal Octavo, with Twenty-six Plates, price 41 s. T AKINGS,' or the LIFE

NEW POEM, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. Just published, in Royal Octavo, with Twenty-six Plates, price 41 s. T AKINGS,' or the LIFE

of a 'CULLEMAN : : illustrated by Twenty-six Etchings, from Designs, By R. DAGLEY, Author of "Select Gems from the Antique," a Compendium of the Theory and Practice of Drawing and Painting, &c. " Perhaps it may out a Song. Perhaps turn out a Sermon."—BUßNS. London: Printed for J
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Just published, in medium 410. price sas. neatly coloured and half-bound. rIPHE IMPERIAL SCHOOL ATLAS: containing didtiict Maps of the

Just published, in medium 410. price sas. neatly coloured and half-bound. rIPHE IMPERIAL SCHOOL ATLAS: containing didtiict Maps of the

Empires, Kingdoms, and States of the World, 'with the Boundaries of Europe, as settled by the Treaty of Paris and Congress of Vienna: to which are added, the most useful Maps of Ancient Geography, /cc. By JAMES MILLAR, M.D. Editor of the" Encyclopallia Edinensio," &c. &c. Engrav
May 27, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England