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R con &year of their remo val EGENT-STREET. — At from PalliMall to the above cheerthe.coMpencoment of the Sefill and

R con &year of their remo val EGENT-STREET. — At from PalliMall to the above cheerthe.coMpencoment of the Sefill and

approved sitoatiOO. Mes Era• HOt. - - NELL and 3A NI return'th•anks for the very flattering Encouragernen . t they have receitid, Sad beg to assure their numerous said hi&ly distinginshed that !nothing hall - he - wanting on their part to promote a continuance and inereaSe• of t
November 19, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.—" An Fox Hunter" is inform, el we hope next season to be able to make such arrangements

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.—" An Fox Hunter" is inform, el we hope next season to be able to make such arrangements

as to prevent the like disappointments he complains of. We have to thank our friend at Bristol for the " Manly In!egrity of a Juryman ;" it is /oolong for insertion in our Paper, and will not admit of curtailment. 11 :hall be restored if necessary.
April 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
tiliniberoitp sntriligence.

tiliniberoitp sntriligence.

OXFORD, _April 14... The Picture Gallery, in this Universit., Ims lately been embell , shed by models of the Temple of Neptune, at Posstum, and of the Amphitheatre, at Verona. We hope that some of the liberal sons of Alma Mater will make additions to these interesting and approp
April 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
BOW STREET.—SATunDAY.

BOW STREET.—SATunDAY.

_ Yesterday Jas. Lacy and Thos. Jones were brought before Sir R. Baker and G. R. Miushull, Esq. charged with a burglary at No. 4, Dolby's Terrace, City Road, between eight and nine on Friday evening, under the following circumstances, j. Hilbut, a lad living at the City Arms pub
April 15, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
25th of THIS MONTII„

25th of THIS MONTII„

& J. SIVEWRIGI - 1T are Selling the Tickets and • Shares of the Small Lottery to be Drawn ALL 1N ONE DAY, On Tuesday, 25th This Month. The Scheme, although there are only 6,000 Tickets, contains prizes of £20,000 &. £16,000, besides Sixteen other Capitals, all Money and all Floa
February 9, 1823 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
CARLA LE.

CARLA LE.

The following letter has been addressed by CarMe to Sir Charles Abbott, Knt , Chief Justice of England : Dorchester Gaol, Dec. 6, 1622. Ss,—ft is reported in the newspapers, that in the case of Carlike. Parkins, you, as Chief Justice in the Court of King's Bench, and as thepresi
December 22, 1822 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
di--,paver, 64s .—Clottp66s to 90s. LLOW2iIHANIM,Pnc.•

di--,paver, 64s .—Clottp66s to 90s. LLOW2iIHANIM,Pnc.•

di--,paver, 64s .—Clottp66s to LLOW2iIHANIM,Pnc.• COAL MARKET, SHIPS SOLD PER CRALDRON OF 36 BUSI [ELS, POOL hIEASURFL Ships at Alatket. Ships Sold. Prier. Sionday .... -{ 49i 1 i„e Newcastle ,: fila , d i 291 from :98 0 a 76 a .g , 3 9 1 . . Wednesday.. { 4911- -36 fraid.37 6 a
December 22, 1822 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Xabi sntelhocurc.

Xabi sntelhocurc.

COURT OF CHANCERY, TUESDAY, JULY 27. LITERARY Plft.dCr. EINNOCR AND MAUNDER v. EVANS AND SONS, AND H. MOZLEY. claimed the attention of his Lordship to tbe Messrs. Pinoock Alattnder, booksellers, of the Strand, the proprietors of sevetal works for the instruction of youth, and st
August 1, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF THE DUCHESS OF YORK.

DEATH OF THE DUCHESS OF YORK.

- -- - - PI It with extreme concern we announce an event which has, Plooged in grief all who had opportunity to appreciate the charac-1 t " the amiable princess, whose death we have now the painful of recording. The Duchess, who has been some time cornH P l aining, had a r e lap
August 13, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Cc 11)cch1p gittelligencer. LONDON, AUGUST 13.

Cc 11)cch1p gittelligencer. LONDON, AUGUST 13.

Before the day shall again recur for OUT addressing the pub . lie, the question of the guilt or innocence of the Queen will be opened. ,We wished that a solemn pause should have been given to the matter during the interval of the first and second reading of the Bill: but the pre
August 13, 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England