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The Oaks Stakes of 50 gs: • each—i , on by Gen. Grosvenor A Plate of sovs.—won by Mr; Hlbroke's Felix: The Park Stakes of. 10 sovs. each—wort by Mr., Prendergast's Witch. - , , , . . = ,
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL P.

IMPERIAL P.

May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH.—(TiruRsDAY.) CONSPIRAGY.-TtiE JUNG tr. ,HOLUNGHLRY AND OTHERS„ This was an indictment against Charles Paulet Hollinghery, Gent,. attorney-at-law, Thomas Bowley, and John Smith, for a conspiracy. —The prosecution was conducted by -Mr. Scarlett, Mr. BoHand,
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
OLD. BAILEY _SESSIONS—(THuns-DAY).

OLD. BAILEY _SESSIONS—(THuns-DAY).

Thomas- Rhodes and Edward In . &am Nei., were in dieted for committing a burglary in the dwelling-house of John and William Butts, gold and silver refiners in Long Acre, and. Stealing a number of silver spoons therein. The prisoners are - what are termed " cracksmen," and during
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
i 4i. . , .'..-...4: . 'The report wan,then received, and theebill,:was orderedto be After sotia' e remarks read a third time to-morrow. -rnan..in support of the ; C . !'Me...K.NEDY. moved the order -of the day for the second Mr. Wynn against it, n• k , :reading of the salmon fisheries bill. – – 'For the Reset' M , -Mr. ADEROROSIBIE recommended the lion. Member to post- Against it . o r,,' .poue:this Measure till the next session, in order to afford a full Ma oste-• -'- '- . opportunity for its investigatio

i 4i. . , .'..-...4: . 'The report wan,then received, and theebill,:was orderedto be After sotia' e remarks read a third time to-morrow. -rnan..in support of the ; C . !'Me...K.NEDY. moved the order -of the day for the second Mr. Wynn against it, n• k , :reading of the salmon fisheries bill. – – 'For the Reset' M , -Mr. ADEROROSIBIE recommended the lion. Member to post- Against it . o r,,' .poue:this Measure till the next session, in order to afford a full Ma oste-• -'- '- . opportunity for its investigatio

i 4i. . , .'..-...4: . 'The report wan,then received, and theebill,:was orderedto be After sotia' e remarks read a third time to-morrow. -rnan..in support of the ; C . !'Me...K.NEDY. moved the order -of the day for the second Mr. Wynn against it, n• k , :reading of the salmon fis
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC INTIELL/GENCE.

DOMESTIC INTIELL/GENCE.

A Court-martial was held, on Friday se'rinight, on board the Genoa, 74, in Hamoaze, on Mr. W. Turner, latepurser of the Harlequin, when he was adjudged to be dismissed his Majesty's service. Tuesday night there were 66 petitions presented to the House Of Lords, which, with 442 p
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON, MAY 22, 1625. • The fate .of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill was decided on Tuesday n*lit in the

LONDON, MAY 22, 1625. • The fate .of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill was decided on Tuesday n*lit in the

. lJouse of lords, afttir a long debate, by an overwhelming majority. of 48 against its ing read a second time. The most powerful opponents oi the measure were the BISHOP of CHESTER, the Earl of LIVERPOOL, and the LORD CHANCELLOR; but we confess we look in vain, in the speeches
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
APPREHENSION OF A CLERGYMAN • • .ON \ A CRARQE :OF About tell . days since, a communication was made

APPREHENSION OF A CLERGYMAN • • .ON \ A CRARQE :OF About tell . days since, a communication was made

to the MagistrateVnia . pambeth-street Police-office, that an individual had an extensive felony at the house of a gentleman pained Hill, at North Shields, - where he-had been an inmate in the family for some time, and with the stolen property was OU his passage to London, on bo
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

Petitions. were presented from Dundee, against the• Dundee .inlPro,vMent billfrom All Saints (Poplar), in favour of ,the Collier Vicki bill—from, Monaghan, in favour of the Irish Manufactories bill- 7 from Cork, against the LiVerpool Harbour bill—from the fishers of the Severn,
May 22, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England