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Good Frtday—Holiday at all Public Offices.

Good Frtday—Holiday at all Public Offices.

March 31, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF CHANCERY, FEri. 3. The Court resumed it ,sittings this morning. The patent of precedence which Mr. Wetherell held, having expired on the decease of his late Majesty, that gentleman took his seat this morning without the har. An unusual number of bat-11511%ms were presen
February 4, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MODERN HISTORY TO THE ACCESSION OF

MODERN HISTORY TO THE ACCESSION OF

• GEORGE THE FOURTH. T his day is published, price Ss. bound, illustrated with mime. Engravings, and a large Map, ODER,N lIISTORX, front the Age of Charrit• lemagne to the Accession of George the Fourth, exhi- a summary 'View of the Rise, Progress. Revolutions, n u Public Events
February 19, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES.—FEn. 26.

CERTIFICATES.—FEn. 26.

S. Locke, Temple-place, Surrey, dealer.—N. J. FeHowes, Foundling-terrace, Gray's-inn-road, painter.—W. Quarton, York, butcher.—T. A. Minchin, Portsthouth, banker.—.T. Honing and E. Hornblow, Bishopsgate-street,jewellers.—S. Fisher, Winchcomb, Gloucestershire, mercer,—J. E. Elwor
February 7, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE PARLIAMENT.

THE PARLIAMENT.

Nothing has yet been done, since the death of the King, but to swear in Members. It is supposed, that the Houses will, to-day or to-morrow, meet, and vote addresses to his Majesty; that they will then adjourn to the 15th; then meet and sit until the end of March; and that they w
February 2, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
lIIS LATE MAJESTY.

lIIS LATE MAJESTY.

The following is a specimen of the anecdotes we find about the _late King. _ _ _ (Front the Morning Papers.) The following interesting narrative is from the Memoirs of the late George Hardinge, Esq. one of the Welch Judges, and well known for his classical acquirements, and gene
February 2, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WORTIIY_OF PUBLIC NOTICE.

WORTIIY_OF PUBLIC NOTICE.

NDIN'S PA - TENT TRUSSES, Without MetaLl lid Springs, for Inguinal or Umbillieal Ruptures. These Trusses are brought to the higheststate of perfection; and for ease comfort, and generalkuse, far surpass any thing ,of the kind ever offered to the public. They are equally benefici
February 11, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
very feasible, I shall give you a more particular account of it in my next. A well known Deputy of

very feasible, I shall give you a more particular account of it in my next. A well known Deputy of

the left side is now learning by heart the specch which Decazes delivered in the Chamber in defence of the Election Law against the proposition of Barthelemi, and as soon as the new Ministerial propopo ons are brought forward, he will repeat it word for word, to the no small per
February 11, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
,I e obbetVo Obening I

,I e obbetVo Obening I

ri-• , .=_-..- London, February 11, SPAIN. A Mail arrived yesterday, bringing 2 r i7 ate letters from Cadiz. The writ( , tt ers, knowing that the reaching their uePended upon the approval of the cont 130 st.masters, would of course let t eerets favourable to the Insurgents. Plac
February 11, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England
 
TO MR. COBBETT.

TO MR. COBBETT.

SlR,—Those persons who have become converts to your doctrines, through that distress and misery which you for so many, many years stood almost alone in maintaining would be the final result of the . measures then pursuing; such persons, Sir, May well press forward in crowds to t
February 11, 1820 - Cobbett's Evening Post - London, London, England