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ACCIDENTS; OFFENCES,'•6-c; –

ACCIDENTS; OFFENCES,'•6-c; –

ACCIDENTS; OFFENCES,'•6-c; - Connimes INnursT.'.—On . Wednesday. an Inquest was held before T. STIaLING, Esq., at the Elephant and Castle, Camden• town, on the bodies of-J. Roe and J. Bishop, two Bricklayers' labourers.—lt appeared that 'Mr. Dupre, who some time ago, built a sewe
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
HOUSH OF COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, May 24, SPECIAL JURIES.

HOUSH OF COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, May 24, SPECIAL JURIES.

HOUSH OF COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, May SPECIAL JURIES. Mr. presented a Petition from Mr. John Hunt, stating that he was now under prosecution for a libel on the late King, published in The" Liberal ;" that the prosecution was at the instance of the " self-styled Constitutional Associat
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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Commons on Wednesday last; without any insinuation against the officer to"whom the selection is intrusted, as completely proves' the frail tenure upon which an impartial administration of justice - depends in the Court of King's Bench: Having stated the substance of the Petition
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
SPARRING.

SPARRING.

frEst:sfs-ConaT.—Toinlefier took his Benefit on 'Tuesday hot at this which was respectably attended ; ..Ne4tAtso to the amateurs. Its consequence of opposition Belcher had to encounter from his brethren of Ihniists, the sets-to were not so numerous asberetufore. The herd 6f the
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
'THEATRICALS.

'THEATRICALS.

. „ A 4 the TheatriczA towards a close, our cri.lical laboitri . 'are propertirinably The benefits nk, Drury Lane, during the last week, hare been generally productive, of ks ocertiocv _ .• it) ait sti lb Ii US arniti ler:t i g c v • farce, per Cent., brought out on which, thoug
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CRIMINAL LAWS.

CRIMINAL LAWS.

Mr. Secretary PEEL To bring in Bills to enable Judges to abstain Iron, " pronouncing" sentence of death, except in cases of murder; to extend the benefit of Clergy to certain cases of felony ; and to repeal porti o ns o f the " Bla c k Act" relatingto the cutting of young ,trees
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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THE BRIT

Oliii k . 1114 y i . • I 4 AN n th e i r e da l . (ti N ITV TR qiilk"11311i1 r, 3e413 (i fTrit i i ty Term, their Lordships did k - Pint i f t ," o'cloek. ‘'erne ss . urn the Penitentiar at "Milbank, and the " T" nd ell't" -' Y I d read. A N „ •m, were presente( an In t ca ns No
June 1, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England