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WEDEESBAYi JUNE 4.

WEDEESBAYi JUNE 4.

WDOL TitAD V. Lord MILTON presented a petition from thO.neighhourhood <4 Leeds, praying for the repeal of the tax on . Foreign pool. expressed the gratification he felt at observing the liberal principles of trade adopted by the Miuisters ; and ho trusted I hat they would the po
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
arrived front ay23 to Lay both inchisive. E.NGLISZI.—Whea.t 8,935 qoarters 4,209 ; Oats, 25,737 rtYe,—; Beane; 1,597; Pease, 152: Tares,

arrived front ay23 to Lay both inchisive. E.NGLISZI.—Whea.t 8,935 qoarters 4,209 ; Oats, 25,737 rtYe,—; Beane; 1,597; Pease, 152: Tares,

E.O : Rap esee d, 30; Brank,ls; Alustarel, 20; Seeds, 2 / 9 ;l'lvur. Wheat 5; Barley, 110,. ;Oats, 05 : inseed; ; Flour,.— •sacks.--Fou - tinN Wheat, '2207 narlev. --.; Oats, —; 'fares, 3.*50 ; Liaseed;-- . 11rank, Mustaril. Flofiri .1050 I,arrels. , ,
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Here mightier ills await."

Here mightier ills await."

Scarcely had•l made my way through the long lowLbrowed arenup that leads.to .of Justice, when I perceived two or three dressed gentlemen of your fraternity, in the immedia!e vicinity of the presiding Madam/intim!, each with his memorandum book and pencil in his hand, which " eve
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• Here the angry prophetess appeared to be going into family matters totally unconnected with her case, and the 'Magistrate cut shOrt the business by ordering her one mouth's Ainprisontneut in Tahiti-ileitis Bridcwell. .UNION•HALL. Munwin AT CLArnAm.—Ever since the apprehensiOn
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

'rite benefits'coritinue to go. on swirmnintrly,,and we !rave every reason to beiieve satisfacterEy t thc benefitied'llt bothhouses. Ltstost .had a very fair complement at Drury Lana on Monday, though not attended . by those overWbeltriing crowds we have been aeoustoMed to see u
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OP, LORDS, TtmgroAY, Jezin3.

HOUSE OP, LORDS, TtmgroAY, Jezin3.

HOUSE LORDS, TtmgroAY, Jezin3. On the motion for going into the . Committee on the Marriage Act. The Earl Or Said, he should ITlOve.thatille clause respecting the voidability of the marriage of minors without consent, be left out. • He • could not agree to giving power to a singl
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF. COMMONS, TVEBDAY, JUN

HOUSE OF. COMMONS, TVEBDAY, JUN

HOUSE OF . COMMONS, TVEBDAY, JUN Mr. SYKES presented a Petition frem•certain Ship-owners of the Port ofAtuil, complaining..of evrtain.grievances.and josses to which they had been subjected by the existing laws relative to.smuggling. The persons who kid signed this Petition were m
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of The British "luminary. Ma. Enrron,—l have the honour to announce myself to you as a Professor

To the Editor of The British "luminary. Ma. Enrron,—l have the honour to announce myself to you as a Professor

of Panegyric. I beg leave, also, to enclose a *mall specimen of my abilities in the accompanying prfirdirfct. Pelfs - of every description, Collateral, Collusive, Contradie_ tory, by implication, &c. shall be occasionally forwarded; in the mean time, permit me to add, that shoul
June 8, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England