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-4-4*-•:a- - The suspension of Cash Payments was, in the early part °l the week, a subject of busy conjecture among those e i r eaking politicians who are ever on the alert to intimi.'Me the public, and excite a mistrust in the constituted 4 othorities of the country. The true an
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
WHIMS AND WONDERS OF THE WEEK.

WHIMS AND WONDERS OF THE WEEK.

Not one Banker broke in the city, all sound at the Westplenty of Cash at the Bank ; Rothschild actually behaving decent, and public credit improved full twenty per cent, per last account. Elliston is so little &enefitted by the Surrey air, that it is expected he will require the
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF HA ST. J A M ES'S.

PRICES OF HA ST. J A M ES'S.

-60 s to 95: hay 76s to s Clover - 37s to 51s Straw • Printed and Published by the Proprielor,WlLLlAm 11AmER, atthe' Offire, 311, Strand, where Advertisements and Communicatiora to the Editor are to be. addressed, post-paid. ttic t, t .rc t 4 c U , trati ge rig e 4 9W:0_ n t Sta
December 25, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
IRISH AFFAIRS. -.•-*•--

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The Revenue of the General Post . office, last year, derived from the fares of passengers, horses, and carriages, in the Government Steam Packets between Holyhead and Dublin, amounted to 17,5151. In consequence of private information received by Captain N. P. Noonan, of the Cons
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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a . " Sir Richard Btrnie once more wishes to see Mr. Stanhope.. Bow -street, Monday." To this I answered that I was Sorry that Particular business would prevent me calling on him until the next day at twelve o'clock. In answer to the above I received the following :--- - " Bow-st
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
Law INTELLIGEATE COURT OF CHANCERY, MONDAY, Nov. 27. COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE. CONST V. HARRIS. Mr. Heald said, that, as this was

Law INTELLIGEATE COURT OF CHANCERY, MONDAY, Nov. 27. COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE. CONST V. HARRIS. Mr. Heald said, that, as this was

the last day of Term, he felt himself called upon to mention to his Lordship a most emportant motion, which ought to have been made long ago. It respected the Receiver lately appointed by his Lordship to manage the pecuniary affairs of Covent-Garden Theatre; and, in point of pri
December 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
' JUDGE VERSUS BERKELEY AND OTHERS.. Just Published, in Bvo. A VERBATIM REPORT al' THE TRIAL of 'JUDGE ticitsus BEn.KELEY

' JUDGE VERSUS BERKELEY AND OTHERS.. Just Published, in Bvo. A VERBATIM REPORT al' THE TRIAL of 'JUDGE ticitsus BEn.KELEY

AND OTHERS, at Hereford; before Mr. Justleellorrough and a Special Jury, on Thursday,, August 4th, ISII6F; including the Speeches of Counsel at length, and Evidence fully detailed, which was adduced on the Trial r and. All the, Paragraphs which were read for the Defonce. Taken S
September 4, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
ALTERED VIEWS, OR PAT IN HIS GARRET. TUNE.---" The Sprig of Shilelah." Arragh Pat, in'his garret, no lad seems so

ALTERED VIEWS, OR PAT IN HIS GARRET. TUNE.---" The Sprig of Shilelah." Arragh Pat, in'his garret, no lad seems so

high, lie look'd down in contempt on the folk that pass'd by, . . With his Sprig of Shilelah, &C- A neighbouring countryman took . out hat, From a casement jaat by, and cried how d'ye do Pat? " Faith," says Pat, I'm quite cloudy, but just in a mind> For to give a poltogue to the
August 28, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
MIDDLES EX SESSIONS.---W EDNEsDA

MIDDLES EX SESSIONS.---W EDNEsDA

-0- CONSPIRACY. John Field Paoid Harding s tood indicted fr consp:ring tog •ther to defraud Mr. Jones,. the Marshal of the King's Bent. h Prison, ,or the sum of 5001., by ng a pi - is:mei., tiaintd • Bromley, out of his custody, and . liXing Mr. J. with the debt. Mr. Prendergast
July 3, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England