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WEDNESDAY, ISEI4TEMBER 30, 181‘2.

WEDNESDAY, ISEI4TEMBER 30, 181‘2.

WEDNESDAY, ISEI 4 TEMBER 30, 181‘2. Since the original commencement of our Journal, we have been i4tunate. enough to have led, by suggestion, to two measures Of sonic importance. The in the former numbers of our paper, on the propriety and nvressity of enhirging the Catholic meas
September 30, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
he We find the above Address, buried among a num-1 ,2 0 f others, in Saturday's Gazette; but the pin--

he We find the above Address, buried among a num-1 ,2 0 f others, in Saturday's Gazette; but the pin--

- it is of so different a nature from that of fl d . ,ennipanions, (they being mostly condoling sym. on the death of the great war Mini,ter) it excited little attention, except in two papers, :ue of which appears to have quoted it as a curiosity, : r tlie other only to sneer at
June 24, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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' CHAPTER OMITTED IN FIRST BOOK OF KINGS. And in those days reigned a Kinz , over Israel ; and there Nl:ere many troubles in the land, bow wars abroad aul dissensions at home. And it to pass, that while some of the people complained of burdens that were too hot ry to bear, the l
September 9, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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S. S. Wheat .. 84 a 145 Superfine lsoa 164 Rye. ........ 66 a 72 Barley 56 a 63 Malt White Pease, boilers 76 a 82 Grey Pease 74 a 80 Beans. .... 90 a 97 ALIRRIED. - At the Friends' Meeting House, Farfield, Mr. Thomas Wickett, of York, linen-manufac,turcr, to Miss .Ester Ernmott,
September 9, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18.

Sevetal Bills were brought up from the Commons, and read first time. The Eail of LI vtrtpoor, presented a Message from his Royal flightless the Prince Regent, informing the (louse that he had Lord Wellington the dignity of an of the United Kingdom, by the style and title of " Ea
February 19, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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Mr. CUR of opinion, that if the conduct of the British Government towards America had been pursued in the case of individuals, it could scarcely have been tolerated. The Honourable Gentleman who had just sat down had acted wisely in abstaining from any discussion of the particul
February 19, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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dat's) opinion, Government had betrayed with too;much Ie nity to him, and too great injustice to the private soldiers, in disgracing them by the company of such a man. (ficar, hr.) He wished for documents to shew what efforis had beea made towards an exchange of prisoners. Attu
July 1, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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We have somewhere heard or read of a celebrated Enzlist' traveller, who, after exploring the most distant reg ions, at last reached once more his na ti ve l an d ; w h ere one o r the first objects that presented itself to his grateful observation was gibbet ! The traveller imme
July 1, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1812. li variety of important news has crowded upon us. The -length of Mr. Smith's .letter, and the lateness orthe hour at which it reached us, prevented our saying more in our = last than that French papers had arrived. We now give from them the prin
July 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England