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1 01 I Day long.—Night eh. 44in. long. High Water, Morn. 36 in. after B.—Aftern. at 9. I : "Day

1 01 I Day long.—Night eh. 44in. long. High Water, Morn. 36 in. after B.—Aftern. at 9. I : "Day

break 111. 89m. High Water, Morn. 5-1 ni . after 9 .—Aftern. 18 in. after 10, Twi. ends 21in. MO) Water, Mora. Sin. after 11.—Aftern. 31m. after 11, I Sun riscs 26m. after 4—Sts 34m. after 7. High Water, Morn. 7m. after 12.—Aftern. 31m. after I. BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED.— Tuesday, Ju
July 30, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
%onbott cliFathct.

%onbott cliFathct.

[From the London Price-Current of Friday, July Zl• Cotton.—There was every dispositinn evinced by the purchasers of Cotton t! buy freely, but the unfavourable reports of the Liverpool Ina' ket have occasionea a great dullness here; there are however no sellers at any reduction.
July 30, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
– • 4kT... • ' anti ri tt 4- A • era) Sit -: _flint ills is not the Cause of Faction, or of Party, or of any – Individual, hut the common In _ _

– • 4kT... • ' anti ri tt 4- A • era) Sit -: _flint ills is not the Cause of Faction, or of Party, or of any – Individual, hut the common In _ _

- • 4kT... • ' ri tt 4- A • Sit -: _flint is not the Cause of Faction, or of Party, or of any - Individual, hut the common In _ _ LONDON, JANUARY 2t, 1821. her regulate her personal concernments, and exercise her official prerogatives without interference or molestation; — she is
January 21, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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t r 0 mart,.

tterest of every Man in Britain." [Price 7th earictio. SINGULAR OCCURR . ENCE.—On Tuesdaylast, a porter carrying a large looking-glass, was passing along Great Alary-le-bone Street ; during the exhibition of the far-famed Punch and Judy; and being desirous of witnessing the perf
January 21, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Coart anb IFaOljiottabie jr)ciu#.

Coart anb IFaOljiottabie jr)ciu#.

: This being Easter Sunday, it will be observed as a Collar-day a at St. .lame, and the Heralds and PursuivantN will attend with their banners ih the procession to and from the Chapel Royal. The ensuing anniversary of Majesty's nativity, it ib expected, will-he celebrated . with
April 22, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
INSTFIU FION for AFFORDING PICUNIARY .11. LEGAL, ASSLTANCE TO POOR PERSONS' ENTITLED' 'L 0 PROPERTY OR ESTATES Prospectutser of the

INSTFIU FION for AFFORDING PICUNIARY .11. LEGAL, ASSLTANCE TO POOR PERSONS' ENTITLED' 'L 0 PROPERTY OR ESTATES Prospectutser of the

above Itisritution.. may be had of brr. WINBOLIt Statimier, St. Paul's Church Vsard, who bas kiattly undertiken'to Subscription. for preseut. Ohe Guinea per Alinum constStutes a Governor ; Ten Galata& at one pay nt a Governor for Life. A Meeting of Persons•whe ebailtavo already
April 22, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Itents ce sucl) if tieew ) t be • Os icier titre conferred - upon otherggeat,and extraordinary markt, of savour

Itents ce sucl) if tieew ) t be • Os icier titre conferred - upon otherggeat,and extraordinary markt, of savour

and distinction. He moved that those words be struck out uf the clause. Lord EalenbOrough thought that the.words, as they stood; were to explain the whole of the eouteit ._ Pah the clause containing the words, " conducted herself ards the Bartolomeo l3ergatni, and in other respe
November 12, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE WEEk'S

THE WEEk'S

. . . , On Monday Mr. Stokes appeared 'before the Lord Mayor, on ~ a penal information under Act for the preVention of seditious , Meetings and inflammatory . and seditious publieritions;, - &J.; , reisiive to the recommending the people to illuminate,. &e, when Mutter Majesty'S
November 12, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SWORN AT THE MANSION HOUSE, BEFORE THE LORD MAYOR. I,CHARI) CHAPMAN, of BAGNIGGE WELAS BREWERY, in the Parish of Saint

SWORN AT THE MANSION HOUSE, BEFORE THE LORD MAYOR. I,CHARI) CHAPMAN, of BAGNIGGE WELAS BREWERY, in the Parish of Saint

Palter - as, the County of •Middlesex, ALE, TA BLE,ALE, and TABLE BEER BREWER, inaketh Oath, and saith. that his ARE. TABLE ALE. and TABLE BEER, is brewed from Malt and Hops and that he never has nor ever will permit or !niter any Drugs or Oilier, injurious Ingredients to he use
November 12, 1820 - 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