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poetry.

poetry.

UPON DEATH OF MY BROTHER, pirarr YEARS our), [From the New Monthly Nagazine] Oh ! lithe fond regrets of mortal Are beard before the throne of God above— If to a soul too young for guilt, 'tis given To find its oWn congenial home in Heaven — If the warm tears of those who gays th
May 6, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
DESCRIPTION OF THE ENGLISH NATION,

DESCRIPTION OF THE ENGLISH NATION,

By Two Great Men. Ozoitoit IL's CHXRACTER OF THE ENGLIAH NATtorl.—Rehued by Lord. Waldegrave, one of his Majesty's Privy Council. Ills Majesty beard every thing I said with great patience, and answered with some cheerfulness, that, according to my ileseription, situation not muc
May 6, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
NEW MOSIC.

NEW MOSIC.

NEW IF UST PUBLISHED, bv CLEMENT! and Co., 26. • Cheapsitie, the LAST SONATA of the celebrated JOSEPH I r IAY bN. interesting morceau is for the Piano Porte and Violin. anti was , composed extiressl,fr th, Lady of Martha% Morean, to whom the Publishers are imlehted for the Copyri
February 18, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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October 8, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY.

THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY.

THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER LUMINARY. W ith • 1 so much readiness that theve is not one word of t_rot . /1 in her s tory . A witness may be praised for any thing but caudour. Yet t hi s prone an d romant i c an d innocent Sw i ss ultepherdess is to be b e li eve d, b ecause s h e a
October 8, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Examinat ion _resumed by the PEERS.

Examinat ion _resumed by the PEERS.

Lord Rous.—When the noble Lord saw the Princess on the Lake of Como, was any person with her ? Yes, Bergatni. - Earl Grey.—When the noble Lord saw her Royal Highness, Bergami being present, did he remark any impropriety of conduct or 'familiarity pass between them? No, certainly
October 8, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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STOCKS, tp to Saturday Monday. • Tuaday. Watines. gl 4 22:ii 7* 71i f 89 , . 22A I-- 46

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April 22, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

Saturday's set:night's. Gazette announced the arrival, at the Admiralty, of Capt. Parry from erprising expedi. to the Arctic Sea„witn. a view, to the discovery of a Passage into the Great'Pacitie (keen. We shall .'n 6 w , proceed to give some details of the voyage, and we feel e
November 12, 1820 - 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