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THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON.—Just Published, a new -Eli- Lion, compressed into four handsome volumes, two. and illustt Med With Portraits of

THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON.—Just Published, a new -Eli- Lion, compressed into four handsome volumes, two. and illustt Med With Portraits of

Napoleon and Las CaiaS; a View 'of the House in which Napoleon' was born, at Ajaccio, in Corsica; four coloured Views of St. Helena taken on the spot, besides Maps, i Plans, &c. Price 13s. per vol. or 21.125. the complete work, n French or English. clouNT LAS CASES' JOURNAL of t
November 28, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
. . MARRIED. On Wednesday, 21th inst. at St. Luke's, Kennington, Mr. J. Bevel, late of Croydon, to Miss Corden,

. . MARRIED. On Wednesday, 21th inst. at St. Luke's, Kennington, Mr. J. Bevel, late of Croydon, to Miss Corden,

third daughter of Robert Corden,' of the same place.
November 28, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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December 5, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIES.

EAST INDIES.

We have received a file' of Madras Government Gazettes to . . the 17th July. The following are extracts MADRAS, JULY 13. We have no further accounts from Rangoon. The following, relative to movements . on the Bengal side, are from Calcutta Papers : We have seen letters from Chit
December 5, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
THE (OLD) TIMES AND THE LATE MR. H ENRY FAUNTLEROY.

THE (OLD) TIMES AND THE LATE MR. H ENRY FAUNTLEROY.

"How many better, bow many braver meh have died by the bands of the executioner, without rousing any public emotion of sympa.: thy."—'We say nothing of the BRUTE HERD who followed their leaders in signing tbe petitions; but of what character, as to integrity of .mind and moral r
December 5, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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..ice of brutality to be found? Not in the BRITISH tI ON. preys not upon carcasses ;—but in " The Leading Journal,!' ?whose appetite for malignity—whose insatiable thirst for re- Ivenge preys upon the mutilated remains of a sacrifice, after jastice has been satisfied, and the fi
December 5, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
WINTER HO3IE CIRCUIT.

WINTER HO3IE CIRCUIT.

HERTFORD, DEc. 3. Willianz Jones and George Weaver were indicted for burgla= rionsly breaking and enteringthe dwelling-houses of John Haines, at Hertingforribury, in the night time, of the 9th of Juno last, and stealing therein cash, bank-notes, and money securities . to the amo
December 5, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
COLONEL BERKELEY AND MISS FOOTE'S CORRESPONDENCE.

COLONEL BERKELEY AND MISS FOOTE'S CORRESPONDENCE.

• , [The following letter refers principally to the statement of the Attorne)-General n the course of" Foote v. ilayne'! Berkeley-house, Spring-gardens, Dee. 22, 1824. Stu, —Having, in the letter which I addressed to in October . last, stated rei diness to give an explanation of
December 26, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
" To Miss Foote.

" To Miss Foote.

The following letters form part of the correspondence which. then ensued between Col. B. and Miss Foote. Col. B. to Miss F.—" Sunday, tot!) of March, 1824.-1 am uncertain as to my coming to London for many reasons. lam in daily expectation of a letter from my solieitor, which wi
December 26, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
COURT OF RING'S BENCH,.DEcEIsiBER 22.

COURT OF RING'S BENCH,.DEcEIsiBER 22.

T. JOS.EPII WILFRED_PARKINS, ESQ. • Mr. Parkins, when this ease was called on, took his seat among the couosel, behind the bar. • . The Lord Chief Justice asked if the defendant appeared to defend himself in person.? Mr. Parkins answered in the affirmative. The Lord ChiefJustiec
December 26, 1824 - Common Sense - London, London, England