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THE CHAMPION

THE CHAMPION

ing the remains of the sufferers were left on the scaffold but fcm it.feiv minutes after,the sentence of the law had been carried into effect. At 9 o'clock they were conveyed into the prison by the debtors' door, and the, crowd began peaceably to sepaiate. Some of those to whom
May 6, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
quently though I have great need of money, I don't dare yet to ask my guardian for any, &c. The

quently though I have great need of money, I don't dare yet to ask my guardian for any, &c. The

following.. part is a great deal about economy and want of money; and some details about her family and about frills and, gowns ; and some sentimental chambermaid-like coquetry about lovers and heroic constancy, and her own beautiful eyes. Dear - Mariette, I conjure you, imitate
September 9, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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Marquis of Stafford ."-110 101 Hon.iMrs. A . Phipps ... 5 5 Bishop of London lO 10 -Bowles, Esq. Marquis of Lansdowne 10 10 J. Elmes, Esq. Earl of Mulgrave lO 10 W Atkinson, Esq. Earl of Aberdeen lO 10 Halleywall, Esq. ... 1 1 Earl of Ashburnham 10 10 B. Wall, Esq. M. P. 10 10 E
August 13, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
EARLY EDUCATION.

EARLY EDUCATION.

Just published, dedicated, by permission, to her Royal Highness the Duchess of KENT, in avo. price 10s. 6d. boards. EARLY EDUCATION ; or, the. Management, of Children considered, with a view to their future character. By 31iSSAPPLETON, Author of " Private Education," &c. &c. Pri
August 13, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
Rernernhet Me at C0..18 being there. quench'd -" Of hope, not longing, Mine-Italian brava " 'Gan in your duller -Britain

Rernernhet Me at C0..18 being there. quench'd -" Of hope, not longing, Mine-Italian brava " 'Gan in your duller -Britain

operate - "Most vilely for my 'eantage, excellent. " And I did Wound _belief in her renown . 0 With tokens. dins and those averring note.. " Of chambershiinging.,. pictures, this her braceliti " And, to be brief, my practices* prevailed,, . " That I" returnedwith similar proof e
October 8, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
CIO IFIIS WIFE

CIO IFIIS WIFE

C IO WIFE dear 'Celia hardly know how to begin, .or what to say, 'for the lens o fi tyrants have parted us for ever. My dear, this is the last time you will ever bear from me. I hope you will perform your duty wilbOnt 'delay, which is for the benefit of yourself and children whit
May 7, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
E LEATHER. Mitts, 50 to 501bti. 19d t0.,2:)d--Ditto, 5( ti G6lbs. 22d to 23d Dressinf.; 15d to 191;1—Fine. Coach ,

E LEATHER. Mitts, 50 to 501bti. 19d t0.,2:)d--Ditto, 5( ti G6lbs. 22d to 23d Dressinf.; 15d to 191;1—Fine. Coach ,

Hides, .17d to 18d— Crop for eptting, 35 to 40 1 65, 15d to 17d—Ditto, 45 to 501bs, to 20d—Cif Skins, 39 to 401bs, 24d to 3A—Ditto, to 79ibs, 3. 1 d to 36d—Di o, 70 to B',lbs, 28(1 to' 39d—Small Seals (Greenland) 20d to 22d pei lb—:liar(ie ditto, 14d to 18d'rant-led Ilors,?. 'Hi
November 18, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
828

828

The address of congratulation to her Majesty, adopted at a public meeting held in Fletcher's long rOom, Newcastle—and generally caned, by way of distinction, the Reformers' Address—has been sent off to Alderman. Wood, in order to be presented to the Queen. It contains 23 skins o
December 17, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
Mt CHAMPION

Mt CHAMPION

Yesterday Viscount Castlereagh was so much tecovered from his indisposition, that he left his house, attended the King at his palace in Pall-mall, and had a' long audience. Black crapes have fallen in their price. On the subject of a free trade, Boswell relates of Dr. Johnson, t
May 14, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
SURREY THEATRE.—MRS. DIBDIN's NIGHT.

SURREY THEATRE.—MRS. DIBDIN's NIGHT.

To-Morrow, MONDAY, May 15, 1820, will be presented (for the first tithe) an entirely new Serious Historical Melodrame, taken from a Tragic Play, written by Sir James Bland Burgess, called The KNIGHT OF RHODES. Piincipal Characters—Mr. Bengough, Mr. Watkins, Mr. Huntley, and Miss
May 14, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England