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Original Correoponocucc.

Original Correoponocucc.

One of the greatest duties of a public Journalist is, to preserve the strictest impartiality in the discossion of every sub/ect that may come tinder his pen. By this we do not 'mean that his dtt.y is performed by the bare recital of important occorretices without a comment, and
August 1, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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August 1, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE ;PEEK'S CLII7=CH4T.

THE ;PEEK'S CLII7=CH4T.

A farmer of Spa'rade ; in the department of Atmle, in France, died lately at the - great age of 116 years. He never had anydlsorder or infirmity.---An eagle, of an enormous size was camilit on the estate of Air. Tennant, at Tempo, its Ireland, last week ; when taken it had a spr
March 4, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
•ONG and Cu., 42, Old Bond Street, avail theinielve, A of the present opportunity to remind their Friend, -Ind the

•ONG and Cu., 42, Old Bond Street, avail theinielve, A of the present opportunity to remind their Friend, -Ind the

• Public in general, that the Quarterly Sale of East-India Teas will commence on Tuesday. March the 6th ; and in soliciting the early orders of their F. lends. they reier with confidence to their past tieatment of their cu.tomers, which they Oust has proved that there is no in L
March 4, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
"• publi‘lied. in large your. Mats. pries eflt. 6(.1. THE FATALISTS, or R ecor d s sod a . .

"• publi‘lied. in large your. Mats. pries eflt. 6(.1. THE FATALISTS, or R ecor d s sod a . .

Novel, by Mrs. KELLY, Author of the Matron of Erin, &c. Printed for A. K. NEWM AN and Co., The following will be published Sprimg : THE IRISH NECROMANCER. or Deer Pal ki by Mr. Marshall, 3 1014. " OLD OCEAN'S BAUBLE," or How Much? a Satiric Novel, .by limes Hook, Esq. 3 vols. FE
March 4, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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MA RLEO FLOUG!I- STREET, . - - - On'WedneSday attended at Oflite to the advice oiTthe Magistrate under the following singular cireMustances Ile stated, that he was a basket-porter of eoi..int-gardeu - Market; and on Tuesday morning he was pr-ceedin9; along Broad- s treet, St; Gil
May 30, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
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b egs leave to return his grateful than ;"14 "c t'l getier:l• for - the liighiy distinguished patronage he r thanks to his Friends favott-2(perietice d ,t !indrespectfUlly solleits a contina . n i c t e h o s. .I " die s and Gentleine-n who have never accioirt.,t h . ut i ._ `Pi
May 30, 1819 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

TRIESTE JULY 20.—We have now received from. Hydra ,and Spczzia official accounts of the sth July, published by the Greek Admiralty, which.state the following particularS respecting the great Turkish fleet:— " Blown ttp.—The Admiral's ship of 130 guns, called the Standard of Vict
August 11, 1822 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

OXFORD. Sept. I.—Eclcesiastical Promotions. —Rev. R. Crockett, M.A. o Brasennose Coll., in this University, to the rectory of Nailston corn Norman ton, Leicester.hire.—A Dispensation has passed the Great Seal, to enable the Rev. It. Fiske, revtor of Wendon Lofts with Elmndon ann
September 2, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

LtvEarooL ' Aug. 25.—" Cotton is again sick, and so are most sorts of produce. Our warehouses are overloaded. — The fine weather has also damped the corn market. This will an awkward thing for Ministers at the next meeting of Parliament. The country Members will have no money on
September 2, 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England