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MONDAY

MONDAY

In the Journal des Debats we read that an hotel has been actually engaged at Paris for the Queen of England, who is there expected ; and that her Majesty's differences with a Royal Personake in this country are to be the subject of negotiation at Versailles. The King of Prussia
May 14, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCESS OF CUMBERLAND.

THE PRINCESS OF CUMBERLAND.

We insert the following as they were sent to us, without any other comment than that they came to us sealed with the Royal Arms ; and that the originals will be carefully preserved for the inspection of those who may have any reasonable claim for the perusal of them. We have not
November 19, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
think Mr. H. quite as happy as usual in the sky of this picture : the blue is too deep

think Mr. H. quite as happy as usual in the sky of this picture : the blue is too deep

and solid ; and the clouds, perhaps, are rather too massive. In other respects, it is a beautiful little picture ; but has not an equal interest with the rest. 257. Ulleswater ; from James's Chain. A delicious picture. The air and the water are the elements themselves. The light
April 2, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CIIANIPION.

THE CIIANIPION.

being at slitierent hotels, and not seeing each other, it is sa.id, during the negotiatien, except in the presence of the Mr. Brougham, having humbly submitted to the Queen, that he , had reason to believe that Lard Hutchinson had brought , over a proposition from the King to he
June 11, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
We will not stop to illustrate tiii p,:t meat by facts connected with the firs: contemptible promulgation of the now

We will not stop to illustrate tiii p,:t meat by facts connected with the firs: contemptible promulgation of the now

i (er pre. tended to be dreaded) Spencean Plan -- with Trish Rebellion and the Irish Union, or met:l-. the rault:firious instances in which, to scrutinisinz t has ber'n sufficiently apparent how Incendiaries have been Ikeaered that Reformers might be calumniated, and 'farm& haza
January 2, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
GRAIN on board Ship. Hog Pease 42s 44s Maple White ditto Boilers Small Beans 42s 46s Tick Beans (new) 3Bs

GRAIN on board Ship. Hog Pease 42s 44s Maple White ditto Boilers Small Beans 42s 46s Tick Beans (new) 3Bs

42s Feed Oats 2os 24s Fine Poland ditto Fine Potatoe ditto 2Bs 30s Fine
August 19, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 14, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
.~~ ;~ 'thought that the fine ought not to be rigorously exacted. _Mr. Pearson, who 'had been in conversation with

.~~ ;~ 'thought that the fine ought not to be rigorously exacted. _Mr. Pearson, who 'had been in conversation with

Mr. Birnie and Sir Robert Baker, then stepped forward and said, that he appeared there on behalf of the Queen's Plate Committee ; that he was convinced the statement of the prisoner was correct ; that he, Mt. Pearson,. know. ing the circumstances, hail_been for fLie last 10 days
October 14, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
aDtatritai

aDtatritai

The lovers of the Drama must not repine if they have shared in the common lot of apparent neglect at this eventful period, and looked in vain for the accustomed portion of ,attention in our columns. But we flatter ourselves that the monotony of our journal is nearly at an end ;
October 14, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England