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OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

Wednesday, the Sessions commenced before Mr. Baron Thompson, Mr. Justice Bailey, the Lord Mayor, Recorder, &c. , _ — .Jaieph Thompson, alias Joseph Woo'man Thompson, was charged with uttering and forging a certain bill or order for payment, purporting to be the order of M‘Dow.ra
April 15, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
LORD SIDMOUTH.

LORD SIDMOUTH.

A paragraph appeared in one of the last Sunday Papers, stating, Oat it was Lord Sidmouth's to again bring' fotward-his Bill on the subject of Dissentyrs, on a revised -alli modified plan; and that an early stage of the . present Sessions wiil be fixed - upon for its . diseussou.
January 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
111 S MAJESTY'S ILLNESS.

111 S MAJESTY'S ILLNESS.

S MAJESTY'S ILLNESS. The Select Committee , appointed to examine the Physicians who have attended his Majesty, touching; the state of his Majesty's health, since. the .exarmriation of his Majesty's Physicians in the last Session of Parliament, and to report such examination to th
January 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
intlYc• 1 1 1thitaill .iice 1-s. OEBTIOMS ititr a Pre - .ve,ntive INiice in the D'lctrnpolis, capable of. being extended

intlYc• 1 1 1thitaill .iice 1-s. OEBTIOMS ititr a Pre - .ve,ntive INiice in the D'lctrnpolis, capable of. being extended

io 'o tiler:Pop plops; Cities. London: Printed published by S. S. Dickson, Mentot 18, Ivy-lane, Paternoster-row.
January 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
PRICES 0

PRICES 0

S. S. WheA. ••••••• • • . • a 98 Superfine . 112 a 116 Rye .. Barley. ... 46 a 55 Malt ..... ....... tio a 89 White Pease, boilers 76 a 82 Grey Pease. .54 a 62 Beans.. .... 52 a 58
February 26, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, AIARCII 18,181.

WEDNESDAY, AIARCII 18,181.

exertions of a considerable .proportion of them in his Majesty's.fleets !Aid armies,—the repeated instances in which they have come forward in their country's .cause,--their irreproachable demeanor in the general relations of life,--and above all, the several acts of parliament
March 18, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
CURRENT PRICE OF STOCKS. 3 per Ct. Cons. 60 7-8 Exc. Bills (3d.) Ito ss. pr. 5 per et. Navy,

CURRENT PRICE OF STOCKS. 3 per Ct. Cons. 60 7-8 Exc. Bills (3d.) Ito ss. pr. 5 per et. Navy,

91 1-8 India Bank Stock, shut. Do. Scrip Subserip. 1 pm. Cons. for Ace. 66 7-8 61
March 18, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
Da. WILLIAMS'S REPLY TO TIIE BISHOP OF LINCOLN . - This Day is published, in one handsome vol. 13vo. 12s.

Da. WILLIAMS'S REPLY TO TIIE BISHOP OF LINCOLN . - This Day is published, in one handsome vol. 13vo. 12s.

Ws. A DEFENCE of MODEItN CALVINISM: con-111. taining an Examination of the Bishop of Lincoln's Work, entitled a " Refutation of Calvinism." By EDWARD WILLIAMS, P. D. of Rotherham. London: printed for James Black, York-street; Coventgarden. Sold :tlso by Black, Parry, and Co. Lea
March 18, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
LETTER TO JOHN COKER, Esp.

LETTER TO JOHN COKER, Esp.

Mr. Coker, Chairman of dui Quarter Session at Oxford , lately addressed a letter to Mr. Vansittart, on the ml. policy of uniting with the Dissenters, in Bible Societies. The following is Mr. Vansittart's answer. Sia,—l have at all periods of my life had a-pacticular objection to
April 1, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
RIOTING.

RIOTING.

The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER gave not:ce, that or Monday he would move for leave to bring in a Pill to ex teii.; the provisions of the Riot Act (which at present confined to dwelling-houses) to mills, manufactories, Recent occurrences rendered this a %cry important considerat
May 6, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England