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February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
VOL, 111. NO, FO

VOL, 111. NO, FO

VOL, NO, FO ' from 1, , ;A Du G I'TE oJaturdaj, jan.2B. - - DIVIDENDS. William Reynolds, of Lives pool, cotton-broker, Feb. 24, at twelve, at the office of Mr. William Hinde, Liverpool—Christoper Kennington, of Glainrord Briggs, Liricolasi.ire, tailor draper, Feb. 21, at nine, at
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
n, it 4 LONDON, SUNDAY; FEBRUARY 5, 1826. ST, OLAVE'S, HART-STREET.

n, it 4 LONDON, SUNDAY; FEBRUARY 5, 1826. ST, OLAVE'S, HART-STREET.

n , i t 4 LONDON, SUNDAY ; FEBRUARY 5, 1826. ST, OLAVE'S, HART-STREET. Thursday a Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Olave's, Hart-street, was held in Vestry, for the purpose of consideringthe draught of the Petition to Parliament, which it was resolved at the last M
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
INQUEST ON MR. CHARLES HIBBERT.

INQUEST ON MR. CHARLES HIBBERT.

Wednesday evening, an Inquest was held at the Three 'runs Tavern, Jewry-street, Aldgate, on the body of Mr. Charles liiithert, of the firm of Messrs.Hibberts, wine-merchants, in the I above s!reet. Daniel Hill, a servant to the deceased, said! that within the last week he had ob
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
THE LATE COUNTESS OF EGMONT.

THE LATE COUNTESS OF EGMONT.

TO THE EDITOX _ SIR,- 7 -The 'Ptiblic . Journalists have fulfilled the melancholy duty of - announcing - the .death of the Countess of Egmont, and as public attention is ever directed to the individual character of persons filling the important station allotted to the aristocrac
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
MEMOIRS OF MADAME DE GENLIS.

MEMOIRS OF MADAME DE GENLIS.

One of the principal prerogatives of Kings is to say short, good things to all the courtiers around them; but Kings, like other folks, are sometimes dull, and blunder in their avocation. Thus," Madame de Puisieux, was only 13 at the coronation of Louis XV. who was so much struck
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS--TUESDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS--TUESDAY.

EAMES V. USBARNE.—This was an action to recover 70/. the price ot a horse, sold to the defendant by the plaintiff. From the evidence it appeared, That the defendant bring in watt of a horse for his daughter to ride on, had, from the plaintiff, very strong iecommendations with a
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
FESTIVAL AT WIEMAR, IN HONOUR OF GOETHE

FESTIVAL AT WIEMAR, IN HONOUR OF GOETHE

WEIMAR, NOVEMBER 12, 1825.—The oh this th being the fiftieth anniversary of Goethe's residence in this place, was celebrated with enthusiasm. For many days previous the ladies had been engaged in preparing appropriate presents to make him on the occasion. Every thing was arrange
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England