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FRIDAY, OCT. 23.

FRIDAY, OCT. 23.

Mr. Hunt and the High -Constable Weldminitcr.—At an early hour, the passage leading to the Sessions house aas very much crowded by persons, in the expectation of hearing the trial between Mr. Hunt, of Covent garden notoriety, and Mr. Lee, the High-Constable, in consequence of %v
October 26, 1818 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
o. 184.

o. 184.

July 14, 1816 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

PEREGRINE IN PRANCE. A LOUNGER ' S JOURNAL, IN FAMILIAR LETTERS TO lIIS FRIEND. LONDON, 1816, IIAR PER. By the Preface to this little work, we learn that these letters of Peregrine are printed without the kihowledge of the author, and chiefly for the sake of giving copies to fri
July 14, 1816 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

taiu no more can be what Britain once has been. And if Revolution and Anarchy should ensue---if the rehellion of the belly (of all rebellions, as Lord Bacon says, the worst) should become general—if property should be invaded if civil' slaughter should ragethrough our streets an
May 28, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT SIDMOUTH

TO THE RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT SIDMOUTH

MY Loan—Having- b brought a question respecting George Edwards before the House last evening, it is my intention to renew that'qUestion in a 'different form. I have received considerable information, besides those documents I left at your Lordship's office, confirming the infamo
May 28, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT SIDMOUTH.

TO THE RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT SIDMOUTH.

LORD -I am honoured with your Lordship's answer to my letter of yesterday, respecting George Edwards, wherein you state, that " you know of no ground which could , justify you in issuing a warrant against him." 1 consider that those d4ositions which I left at your Lordship's off
May 28, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, OcT. 3.—BANKRUPTS. H. Paull, Old Change, carpenter. Sol. Mr. Wilks, Finsburyplace, Finsbury-square. J. Sutton, sen., Bartlestone, Leicestershire, butcher. Sols. Messrs. Constable and Kirk, Symond's-inn. C. Seaman, and G. Etheridge, Norwich, goldsmiths. Sol. Mr
October 8, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
No. 405.

No. 405.

October 8, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
iLonb'on CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, DEC. 18. The arrival of Grain in general since this day se'nnight, will be seen by

iLonb'on CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, DEC. 18. The arrival of Grain in general since this day se'nnight, will be seen by

our list of importations beneath, to have been considerable. This morning also, there was a large supply of Corn from Essex and Kent, hence the trade on the whole was very dull, and though fine Wheat maintains last week's prices, the ordinary descriptions, which formed a great p
December 23, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
", SOAP, &e. per 1121bs. Yellow Soap . 82s Od Mottled . . . . 94s Od Curd 98s Od

", SOAP, &e. per 1121bs. Yellow Soap . 82s Od Mottled . . . . 94s Od Curd 98s Od

Graves . • 26s Od Good Dregs . 9s Os
December 23, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England