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d iW sopa felt, of laced : ihc that a V. if path of unrivalled glory on the ocean, upon

d iW sopa felt, of laced : ihc that a V. if path of unrivalled glory on the ocean, upon

the plains of Spain; and did he not say he would drive them back to the sea) and that he would insult them as they fled, by displaying the French banners over all the ramparts of the Peninsula? (hear.) Such were his boasts, but behold the reverse ? On that day twelvemonth, 0 hap
March 4, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
ADMIRALTY SESSIONS.

ADMIRALTY SESSIONS.

L A Special Session was held, on Friday at Court-house Old Bailey, in pursuance of the order of the; Board of A daiiralty, before Sir Scott, Sir Sinion LC Blanc, '.&c. TREASON. _e first prisoners put to the bar were—James Griffiths, 10 Ifindesi, Pat. Corbett, James Dunn and John
March 4, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
CORK AGGREGATE MrETING.

CORK AGGREGATE MrETING.

• Monday, Jan. (1. A most numerous meeting assembled this day, at twelve at the Theatre, in St. Patrick. street. It consisted of the most respectable citizens of all persuasions. Piacards on the door announced, that the stage was principally reserved for Protestant Gentlemen. On
January 15, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
UNION-HALL.

UNION-HALL.

A man who is superintendant of some labourers at a !wharf in Tooley-street, was brought before the sitting Magistrate, by Colingbourne and Glenuon, on Friday, charged suspicion of the murder of a man, whose name isot pre-, sent unknown. The deceased, it appeared, was a labourer,
January 15, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
SCARCE AND VALUABLE BOOKS. Just published, Price is. 6d. A CATALOGUE of SCARCE and VALUABLE J .. ' BOOKS, chiefly

SCARCE AND VALUABLE BOOKS. Just published, Price is. 6d. A CATALOGUE of SCARCE and VALUABLE J .. ' BOOKS, chiefly

in English History, Biography, and Divinity. Also sonic scarce and curious Traots, and a number of British and Foreign Portrait 4; which are now selling, for ready money, at very low prices, by W. WILSONI at the Mews-Gate (formerly Mr. PAYNE'S). A set of Genuine Chinese Painting
January 15, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
DIPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

DIPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY . 22. A person from the Secretary of State's Office presented at Account of the comparative Population of Great Britain in itiut and I, which was said on the table.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. The Earl" of HAnamvav moved for certain further accounts
January 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN T,Ol- %LISTS

AMERICAN T,Ol- %LISTS

AMERICAN T,Ol - %LISTS Sir Sr tzßpresenteda Petition from certain Atneric:a*. Loyalis“,, praying that the last due to them might be paid out of the Consolidated Fund. 'the SPEASER remarked that this retltlon could not be received without a recommendation trom the Cr ,, wn; Mr. sa
January 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, JANUARY Q 7.

MONDAY, JANUARY Q 7.

, Mr. BANICES moved for the appointment of a Committee to consider, the pabite erpenditure . -of the Country ;..and at places artd-offiCes bei abolished . with -safety to the lic service. Ordeied.--The Hon. Gent. then said, that aim} the Committee should make nseport, he. would
January 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
1 - lb. AT LEADENHALL. d. d. I Calf Skins. 30a 401 b per dozen .... 38 a 41 Ditto,

1 - lb. AT LEADENHALL. d. d. I Calf Skins. 30a 401 b per dozen .... 38 a 41 Ditto,

50 a 701 b. 36 a 42 Ditto, 70 a 801 b. 36 a 40 Seals, small .... 33 a . 36 Do. large,per dz. 120 S. a 17os.
January 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
ATIIOLIC AGGREGATE MEETING. DUBLIN, JULY 2.

ATIIOLIC AGGREGATE MEETING. DUBLIN, JULY 2.

EARL FINGALL IN THE CHAIR. ;gregate 'Meeting of this day was more mimetended than any preceding assemblage of the his of the, wealth and power of the Catholics of At one o'clock the Earl of Fingall took the Chair, e enthusiastic applause of his countrymen. 'Donnell, seconded by
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England