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THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

lall our old favorites, and several excellent pe,rformers from the larger theatres. The three new pieces, which Ihave been acted throughout the past week, are all of considerable merit—and being very different in kind, furnish a pleasing, entertainment for the evening. We can sp
January 1, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
worthy Alderman went only to inquiry, not to punishment ; and he supported it, that it might not appear to

worthy Alderman went only to inquiry, not to punishment ; and he supported it, that it might not appear to

the country that strict inquiry was to be made into' every case where machinations were said to be against the Ministers, but all inquiry refused when it was against the people. (Hear, hear.) He would not go thus at length in support of the motion, if he did not think there was
May 13, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
fithicin of politico. The subjects are innumerable that demand our attention; for the season is pregnant with conjectures and events.

fithicin of politico. The subjects are innumerable that demand our attention; for the season is pregnant with conjectures and events.

But there is one subject which is uppermost in thelthoughts of every one, and upon which, if we were so inclined, the public would not pardon us for being silent : we give up, therefore, the first pages of our present Number to ?II ficbictu of tljc factO Connected with the last
May 6, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Last night were sent off to Portsmouth, preparatory to transportation, Wilson, Strange, Harrison, Cooper; and Bradburn, five of the conspirators lately convicted. A proper escort went:with' them. Gilchrist remains in Newgate as respited. ARTISTS BENEVOLENT FUND.-:—YCStErday this
May 6, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS. By the Carcase. . 46 OJ to 56 OdVeal j .4sBdto 5s 8d Pork 4s Od

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS. By the Carcase. . 46 OJ to 56 OdVeal j .4sBdto 5s 8d Pork 4s Od

to 56 8d
May 6, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
at' fiatitir. A LETTER TO MR. IVILBERFORCE on his recent Motion concerning the Queen and the , Green flag; and

at' fiatitir. A LETTER TO MR. IVILBERFORCE on his recent Motion concerning the Queen and the , Green flag; and

on the Moral Inconsistencies in the Political Conduct of the Saints in gen-eral. Sir,—Though not myself enthusiastically attached to those solemn chews of saintly devotion, so fashionable in the higher circles of the present day, and in the present day also so conveniently subse
July 2, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
FjRE DEPARTMENT.

FjRE DEPARTMENT.

Policies for X3OO and upwards will be entitled under the system of Assurance practised by this Office, to participate in the surplus Premiumi every fifth year provided no claim has been made for loss. Proposals fully explanatory of the principles and rates of the Company, may be
July 2, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPION:

THE CHAMPION:

But no : they had tried a brief experiment upon English 'witnesses of credit and of station, and they found it would not do ; so they returned to their Italian bargemen ' whom they had hired at larger salaries than they pay to English Admirals—to German bed-makers, to whom thcy
September 16, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
" We come before your Majesty with no servility, and will not offend your Majesty with unmeaning words of adulation,

" We come before your Majesty with no servility, and will not offend your Majesty with unmeaning words of adulation,

as unbecoming a Queen of England to hear as of Englishmen to utter ; but we come before your Majesty with a sincerity in which we will give place to none. ".We assure your Majesty that in all our public proceedings we have constantly maintained the just prerogative of the crown,
July 8, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
SURREY THEATRE.

SURREY THEATRE.

MONDAY, July 10, 1820, a new Historical Melodramatic Burletta, in 3 Acts, called IVANHOE ; or, THE JEW'S DAUGHTER. Principal Characters—Mr. Watkins, Mr. Grant, Mr. Bengough, Mr. Smith, Mr. Fitzwilliam—Miss Copeland, Miss Taylor. After which, a new Comic Melodramatic Burletta, in
July 9, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England