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DIED.

DIED.

At Chislehurst, Kent, the Right Hon. Lady Bayuing —At Papworth Hatl, Cambridgeshire, Charles Madryl Cheere, Esc. one of the Representatives in Parliament for the borough of Cambridge.—Mrs. Mounteney, the eldest dadghtet late Sir William Barclay, Bart. of Pierston, Ayrshire, and
January 16, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, MAY 7.

FRIDAY, MAY 7.

House Lords. The second reading of the United General Gas Bill was postponed till Monday. The Exchequer Bills Works Bill, the Rum Duties Bill, and the Sugar Bounties Bill were coui. mitted4 House Commons. of privilege Mr, itonEwrsoNB complainEACt OFoPoIIfIVaILEeGacEh. contained
May 9, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
REVIEW OF CAVALRY.

REVIEW OF CAVALRY.

A Grand R ev i ew o f 6vairy took place on Wednesday morning on Hounslow // ea :h. About ten o'clock an immense number of carriages of all descriptions and horsemen ar- - rived, and shortly after Vie numerous and splendid equipages' of the nobility and genK reached the ground, a
July 11, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AUDI' John Joseph Harrison, Esq. Isaac Solly, Jun. Esq. iag. Pali'filar, Esq. M.P. ,John Wells, Esq. M.P, " Sir F.

AUDI' John Joseph Harrison, Esq. Isaac Solly, Jun. Esq. iag. Pali'filar, Esq. M.P. ,John Wells, Esq. M.P, " Sir F.

Ornmauey, M.P. I I 3 ankers.7-Messrs. Whitmore, Wel ls, & Whitmore, Lombarcl-str. Standing Counsel—Charles Ellis, Esq. • • Physician —Dr. Jas. Johnson, Physician Extraordinary to his Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence. Surgeon—J. Wardrop f Esq. F.R,S. Ed. and Surgeon Extraordin
February 20, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
'EES.

'EES.

February 20, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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February 20, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PROJECTS AND BUBBLES.

PROJECTS AND BUBBLES.

The following table will show how the so much talked of surplus capital of the nation has been absorbed during the last and present years. CAPITAL. AMT. PD. Mining Companies in Great Britain and Ireland 10,400,000 520,000 South American Mining Companies 14,475,000 1,447,500 Fore
February 6, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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- "lX= o ' l 7r counts. The Rail Roads are also stopped; in aloft, such a scene took place this afternoon at the Stock Exchange—such a panic as earinot he described;. the, alarm and agitation surpass -all precedent, and. may be considered a prelude to the blowing up .of all these
February 6, 1825 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
In the prevailing rage for economy—while petitions have been presented from almost every parish in the United Kingdom, praying for

In the prevailing rage for economy—while petitions have been presented from almost every parish in the United Kingdom, praying for

the repeal of some one tax or other : , which the petitioners conceived to press peculiarly hard .on them, until, had all been granted, the King would have been left without a sixpence of .revenue, and the treasury of the country as empty as a certain Alderman's h e ad—it has of
September 5, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England
 
APPLEBY-AUGUST 29.

APPLEBY-AUGUST 29.

LOUGH V. WARREN. This was an action brought to recover the sum of 11/, for goods sold and delivered to the defendant by the plaintiff. The defendant had paid into Court 71. 3s. but denied his liability to pay the remainder; and upon that point issue was joined. Mr. Brougham stat
September 5, 1824 - Colonist and Commercial Weekly Advertiser - London, London, England