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THURSDAY, DVAIICII 20.

THURSDAY, DVAIICII 20.

Mr. Tomlin% fro M Me treasury presented at the bar an account of all monies 'reccived ai drotts of Athnixalty.—Laid on the table.. The General Turnpike Act Amendment was. read the third time. The Yeomanry Corps of Ireland Bill was reit(' the third Lime. The Mutiny Bills were rea
March 26, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
TRIDAY., MARC!! 21.

TRIDAY., MARC!! 21.

Mr. Tomlins, from the Treasury, brought up certain annual • Lord Althorpe s and Mr. a. Gilbert brought •up from the Commons two,private bills. Lord ELLENBOIIOUGH said, he understood,' the third re O ing of the bill respecting his Majesty's property was fixed for Wednesday ;-: he
March 26, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

'rMoutY , NtA11C11.24.-The meat market this day is on the rise, and Beef is dearer by 2d. per snine than on Friday. Mutton has also improved the same, and brisk in sale at that advance. Vaal is full W. per stone •dearer,. and has risen 2d. per stone. supply is rather,sitort', th
March 26, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
, . PRICE OF STOCKS. Bank Stork 2051;- Onntintn 'O. 0 per Cent. Red. ,alint Imp. 3 pe'r•Cent. 3 per

, . PRICE OF STOCKS. Bank Stork 2051;- Onntintn 'O. 0 per Cent. Red. ,alint Imp. 3 pe'r•Cent. 3 per

t. Console 14 Indio Bonds 21 ai per Cent. , • India Stock 4 per , C ent. shut.. .Exchequer pretni I;e4s , Fours,- 91i . Cons. tor Ae. Lou; Ann. 19 Lottery £2 19s.
March 26, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER SESSIONS.

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS.

THURSDAY; APRIL 3.—These essions •commenced morning before, Franois.Const, Esq. and a Bench of Nlfigistrates. The Court was occupied the whole day in trying assault cases of no interest Whatever, THE .LIOENSING ACT.—Mr. Taylor moved for leave to enter the appeal against the conv
April 9, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LEICESTER ASSIZES.

LEICESTER ASSIZES.

Isaac King, a boy thirteen years of age, was charged with burgiariously entering the dwelling-honse. of Smith Knight, anti stealing a timepiece/ value twenty shillings, from the mantleshelf. The case was Fully proved, and the prisoner, though young, was an old olrender, having b
April 9, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SONIERSETSHIRE.

SONIERSETSHIRE.

DOPLORABLR SUPERSTITION.—.-The intense en. riosity was excited on Friday last by the appearance Of the names of three females on the calendar, on a charge, under Lord Ellenborough's act, of maliciously cutting anti Stabbing an old woman, a reputed " Witch . ; with intent to murd
April 9, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CORONER'S INQUEST.

CORONER'S INQUEST.

On Friday forenoon an inquest was held at the Burlington Arms Tavern, Chiswick, before Thomas Stirling, Esq. on the body of a young lady, name unknown, who was picked up in . the river Thames, between Chiswick andliernes. James Hiltlyard, a waterman. of Mortlake, in Surrey. stat
April 9, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CORONER'S INQUEST.

CORONER'S INQUEST.

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATtON AND SUBSEQUE'NT SVICIDE an -letprisilion was taken - at the r'Woreester Pontie (louse, Gortfe street, Manchester spare, Sin liui Coroner, on,thri body of Josttni Moilintd, itidividnld who attempted the lopiassinati'on of Sir Charles Bampfyide, and who was
April 9, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

At the Court of Commissioners of Bankrupts:—June 7, R. Gloag, Little Hermitage-street, fishmonger—June 7, T. Foster and B. 9, Forster, Yalding, lsters—June 7, S. Skinner, Sharp's buildings, Rosemary lane, slopaeller— June 17, B. Ambrose, King-street, warehouseman—June 22, NV. He
May 21, 1823 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England