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throw down his gauntlet, and, if nobody do deny that George the Fourth is the rightful King , the Champion

throw down his gauntlet, and, if nobody do deny that George the Fourth is the rightful King , the Champion

shall drink out of a golden cup to the King, an d he has drank his Majesty's health, shall take away the cup, and the charger, and the
May 28, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
ROYAL COBURG THEATRE

ROYAL COBURG THEATRE

MONDAY. April 3d, 1820, and during the Week, at halfpast Six o'clock precisely, will be presented, for the First Time, an entirely New and Splendid Melo-Dramatic Tale of Enchantment, called The CRUSADERS; or, JERUSALEM DELIVERED. Principal Characters—Mr. H. Kemble, Mr. T. P. Coo
April 2, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
( For Remainder of Parliamentary Review, see p. 747.)

( For Remainder of Parliamentary Review, see p. 747.)

A 'SATURDAY EDITION of the CHAMPION is published for Country Circulation, containing the latest intelligence to the usual post hour, prices of the London Markets, 4c. The SUNDAY EDT. for London and its environs, includes the Saturday's Ga. :ette, and intelligence to the latest h
November 12, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

THURSDAY. • WEST OF IRELAND.—Troops have at length been ordered to the disturbed districts ; which comprehend, unfortunately, in whole or in part, the three neighbouring counties of Clare, Galway, and Roscommon. The immediate object of the disturbers appears to be to obtain a re
March 11, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
E CHAMPION.

E CHAMPION.

Objects in which the Committee and the Subscribers have a corn'mon Interest. To prove the Inadequacy of the present Fund for its Purposes, it is simply necessary to state, that it is already asceriaieed that the Number of Persons brntally wounded, and more or less disabled, on t
January 16, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THY, CHAMPION

THY, CHAMPION

only question, therefore, that remained for the Jury, •to decide was, whether the illegal conduct of this returning ofEcer was to be attributed to mistake, or to corrupt or malicious motives. Upon this subject, it seems, the Jury were divided. They " requested to retire, and aft
March 5, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

previously determined on. The Committee of Common Councilmen held the church strictly under their command. It required distinct orders of admission to enter the Church-yard, the Church itself, and the choir. The number of persons admitted within the walls of the Cathedral before
December 3, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY

THURSDAY

PARIS.—The Chamber of Peers have commenced their discussions on the last for subjecting the journals to a censorship for five years. The predominating sentiment of the speakers seems to have been, that the existing law was scarcely strong enough to cope with the general licentou
March 5, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
his house, " and that they hissed and pointed at his window." (It is to be observed, that great pains

his house, " and that they hissed and pointed at his window." (It is to be observed, that great pains

is taken to connect by evidenee the drilling at the tohite moss and the outrage there committed, with the 16th August,) while John Chadwick another witness of the crown, swears, on cross examination, that he was on the spot, that he did not hear the people in the carriage hiss o
March 18, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
ADDRESSES 4-c. TO THE QUEEN.

ADDRESSES 4-c. TO THE QUEEN.

A very numerous meeting of the inhabitants of the parish of St. Giles in tho Fields, arid St. George, Bloomsbury, was held on Tuesday in th.. Freemasons' Hall. 'this room was entirely tilled with ladies and persons of respectability. Mr. Willis, one of the churchwardens, was cal
November 11, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England