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SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 1820.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 1820.

August 27, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
the maxims of law and constitution, as well as those of relit iGn and humanity, are all in favour of

the maxims of law and constitution, as well as those of relit iGn and humanity, are all in favour of

the prosecuted and the establishment of innocence, the provisional institutions are always on the side of accusation and convicticn of guilt. f:cate prosecutions, in reality, are trials rather of Dower than of right ; and so fatal has been the triumph . of authority in this stru
August 27, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE. CAMITION„

THE. CAMITION„

been made out of the articles in the books of the Lord Chamberlain, of which the following was the title " A list of his Majesty's plate in loan to the Princess of Wales while residing in Kensington-palace:" .He held in his hand a copy of the Official , letter on which this grav
July 23, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE-NOTICES-COMMUNICATIONS.

CORRESPONDENCE-NOTICES-COMMUNICATIONS.

The Conductor of a PROZ INcIAL JOURNAL, after having been in the practice of repeatedly transcribing our. original articles (not little passages only, but whole columns, and even pages,) without acknowledgment, and inserting them as originally his own, has the modesty, once more
July 23, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN,

THE QUEEN,

The affair of the Queen is far from declining in interest, and the zeal in her Majesty's behalf spreads, and becomes every day more ardent. The treatment which she has received with respect to the plate given her by his late Majesty, and which she had herself consigned to the Lo
July 23, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
baseless app r ehensions of another :—nothing censurable in the vehement advocates of this plan of Reform, but their vehemence,

baseless app r ehensions of another :—nothing censurable in the vehement advocates of this plan of Reform, but their vehemence,

and the pertinacity with which they insist upon it as the only means of national salvation—as the only reform to be countenanced or accepted. I wish, I confeSs, that it were possible for the people- peaceably to have' all this.; but I should be very happy to see the people peace
December 9, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

THE CHAMPION. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE.—Paltis.—A'Royal ordinance in the Moniteur, announces the nomination of Count Blacas to his former post of First Gentleman of the Bedchamber. The Duke D'Avary, and the Marquis de Boisgelin are also appointed Chamberlains of the Household. These promotions, it must be obse
December 9, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
presented in Middlesex ; that Sir F. Burdett might, in riding out,' have deliv'ered the letter at the post-office of

presented in Middlesex ; that Sir F. Burdett might, in riding out,' have deliv'ered the letter at the post-office of

Oakham, in Rutlandsbire ; of, that he had met Mr. Bickersteth out of the county, and delivered the letter to him. But the case of the Seven Bishops was sufficient for his purpose, for if there had been no proof of the delivery of the petition in London,' the trial could not have
March 25, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
a single exception to this ieneral law, and kept his cornn and , when the Earls of Essex and Manchester,

a single exception to this ieneral law, and kept his cornn and , when the Earls of Essex and Manchester,

Denbigh and Warwick, the Lord Grey of Groby, Sir William Waller, Major-General Massey, and many others were removed from theirs. Of such importance did his services now appear, that envy and opposition could have no. effect again - St him, though promoted by' persons in the, hig
March 25, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England