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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
 
&TO THE READERS OF COMMON SENSE

&TO THE READERS OF COMMON SENSE

Having had at irremediable accident with our paper, we have been compelled to avail ourselves of the kindness of the proprietors of "THE SUNDAY MONITOR" and " EivoLisnmAig," in order to perfect our impression. Common oellsr. 'SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5. That which has been forth as HIS
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
Zattot

Zattot

The Paris Papers of Thursday, and the Etoile on Friday have been received. They do not contain a word of political news, but we subjoin a curious extract from the Etoile on the subject of " the religious schism at Utrecht," which arises out of the disputes between the Belgian Go
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
ebtatatals.

ebtatatals.

C(WENT-GARDEN.—A new piece, wavering between melo-diatne and farce, called Norah ; or, the Girl of Erin, was played here on Wednesday. Its incidents are simple, and in some points, effective: The Mat chioness of Derville (Miss Lacy), having in early life, contracted a marriage w
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

INIto of Korbo.—THURSDAY. This was the day appointed for opening the Session of Parliament. His Majesty did not go in person to the House of Peers, but appointed Commissioners to represent him. At twenty minutes past two, they took their places on the Woolsack, and the place of
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
 
liatiltuni in patto.

liatiltuni in patto.

On Monday, the Duke of = Dorset received in full chapel, the order of the Garter. Several young noblemen are expected to accompany the Duke of Wellington on his embassy to St. Petersburgh.--Mr. Peel has become Vice Patron of the Literary and Scientific Institution, and has • han
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
to the same amount. His calculation, therefore, had been, that the revenue of 1825 would have been less than that

to the same amount. His calculation, therefore, had been, that the revenue of 1825 would have been less than that

of 1824 by ' 1,200,0001.; and yet the Ileuse was aware how much more bent-, . ficial the result lead been. He had certainly, by no means, Contemplated the having to return any duty in that quarter, though , the amount returned on what had been paid, was no less than 1,050,000/.,
February 5, 1826 - Common Sense - London, London, England