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EAS'r INDIA BILL.

EAS'r INDIA BILL.

- The directors have published the follovVing. as the essential stipulations of the bill, for regulating the India trade, and securing their charter. The political administration of British India to be continued to the 'company for the further term of 20 years, with no material
August 1, 1813 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY CIIRONIbLE OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

WEEKLY CIIRONIbLE OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

Esrt.stArEs.—Lord Castlereagh moved the order of the day for receiving the report of the committee of supply. After the question had been put on the first resolution, Sir H. Parnell insisted that the noble lord (Palmerston) had wade ou n I o case to justify so large a force as 2
May 16, 1819 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
forward to join in the general commendation in this particular, because our critical perceptions compelled us to pass an unfavourable

forward to join in the general commendation in this particular, because our critical perceptions compelled us to pass an unfavourable

sentence on a more recent production of the same pencil in another place. HILTON is ccrtainly an artist, though judging from the two specimens, his Europa and his Ganymede, the colossal is not so well adapted to his genius as the minute. The artists indeed are very few who can e
May 16, 1819 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
Littrary OoticciS.

Littrary OoticciS.

• Jtiq published, in 8,0. price ss. nil. hoards, The Second Edition, with Additions, . THE GENTLEMAN, a Satire, written during the Years 1811, 1813, 1814, and With other- Poems and Not. The Second Edition. • London: Printed.for Baldwii , Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-row; add Pa
May 16, 1819 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
Miss STAbNHOPE'S new Romance of "The Crusaders," on which she has been engaged for two years, has at last made

Miss STAbNHOPE'S new Romance of "The Crusaders," on which she has been engaged for two years, has at last made

its appearance, and we think every person of taste and feeling will be highly gratified with a perusal ; the manners of the 12th Century are accurately depicted, and, aided by the graces of Fiction, will interest and please every class of readers.
July 9, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION

THE CHAMPION

Thistly, is felt and known by all of them to be, in reality, the prosecuting or the persecuting party ?—Baronies, we know, may be turned into Earldoms ! Earldoms into Marquisates ! Marquisates into Dukedoms ! Poor Bishopricks into rich Bishopricks ! Cathedral chairs into Archiep
November 19, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
MONDAY

MONDAY

Pals.—lt does not appear that any time is yet fixed for the departure of the ex-Minister, the Duc de Cazes, on his mis-ion to London. The remains of the Due de Berri were removed on Tuesday to St. Denys, in great pomp ; several regiments of the military, and a large assemblage o
March 4, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

the procession of the poor children of the schoo), amounting to 127, to St. Martin's-church, took place, where the churchiservice was read in Welch. The . noblemen and geallemen who countenance the Charity afterwaids dined at Freemason's Tavern. El'ection fOr the City of Loudon
March 4, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
No. 391.

No. 391.

July 1, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
but he must say that there appeared to him to be an insuperable difficulty in any negotiation with the present

but he must say that there appeared to him to be an insuperable difficulty in any negotiation with the present

ministers of the crown. The protest of the hon. leader of the Opposition reminds us of the nolo episcopari of reverend gentlemen at the very instant when they .are standingcandidates for the promotion. The mere classical. scholar will be surprised to hear that the divinity trans
July 1, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England