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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The Paris Papers of Wednesday last reached our office . yesterday evening. It appear that the tumults at Lyons and Grenoble were more alarming and fatal in their issue that the accounts in the journals and our private : communications represented them to have been. In consequenc
April 8, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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May 6, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CELEBRATION. OF THE KING'S BIRTH DAY.

CELEBRATION. OF THE KING'S BIRTH DAY.

To consequeuce of St. George's Day falling this year on Easter Monday, his Majesty was graciously pleased to postpone the celebration of his birth-day, as to the holding of a Court, to Thursday, May 3. The Foot Guards mounted duty in new clothing for the year, •in white gaiters.
May 6, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE •FINE ARTS

THE •FINE ARTS

ABIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY of PAINTERS and ' ENGRAVERS', from the revival of Painting and- the alleged discovery of Engraving by Finignerru. By MICHAEL BRYAN. In this Work is givon two Indexes, alplEtbetical and chronologicil; and the Introduction comprises a brief account of the
May 6, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
FORGERIES OF BANK NOTES

FORGERIES OF BANK NOTES

Bow Srazez.—Yesterday, Mr. Price,. of the Sotner's Town Coffeehouse, preferred a charge against T. Hodges and 11. VVinchester of passing forged notes. J. Hodges ha]' a bottle of gin and change for ZI note, which was objected to ; be then fetched another ; the prisoner offered to
February 18, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SE:•SION:I.—Feb 17.

MIDDLESEX SE:•SION:I.—Feb 17.

It was expected this day that, a ccording to an arrangement made on a previous day. Sir - James Crawford would have been brought up from the House of Correction, where he is confined ; but a noble Lord, a friend of Sir James's, waited on the Chairman, and signified that he was l
February 18, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH.--- Oct. 4.

LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH.--- Oct. 4.

The King v. Marg Whitb . y.-r-This was an indictment against' the defendant for wilful and corrupt periery. The case excited a great dealofinicrest, and :lie Gourt was crowded to excess the Wholeday, from half past nine o'clock in the morning, when the trial cointnenced, until n
October 8, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN.

THE QUEEN.

THE Q UEEN. On Mo.n.dav the metropolis was in a State of life and bustle, which we recollect nothing similar since the celebration of the JubiJee for the restoration of the peace of 1814, which it was supposed would bring with it so many blessings. There seemed a general , naovem
October 8, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
REV. J. CUNNINGHAM AND MR. WHITBREAD.

REV. J. CUNNINGHAM AND MR. WHITBREAD.

The Her. J. W. Cunningham,- of Harrow-on-the Hill, has addressed a letter to Mr. S. Whitbread, expressing his -regret and iedignation at seeing Mr. W. take the chair at the Parish meeting at Paddington. . Mr. C. justifies his writing this letter, by stating that " the-Clergy ate
September 24, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Cbcarreo.

Cbcarreo.

NEW E 3 IBELLISHNIENTS AND FIRST APPEARANCES. y NT GARDEN.—Tke season of this establishment coinebeed last Mouday. During the recess numerous alterations l2,'!v e . taken place, amongst which that of the proscenium, is not fe ast pro mittent.. It forms a inassy half dome, richly
September 24, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England