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THE CTIRISTIAIY CORRESPONDEN

THE CTIRISTIAIY CORRESPONDEN

ANNIVERSARY OF THE MANCHESTER AND SALFORD BIBLE SOCIETY. At half-past eleven, the Rev. Dr. Blackbourne, the Warden of Manchester, and President of the Society, took the Chair, and introduced the business of the day, by reading the report. 'The following is an extract "The aspect
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY . On Wednesday these Sessions commenced before Sir &Le Blanc and Sir Vicary Gibbs, the Lord Mayor, and the Recorder of London. : Diana was capitally indicted for stealing privately in the dwelling-house of William Wilcox, one tea one live pound, and forty pounds in one
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
Zbe etrrtOonttnt. ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

Zbe etrrtOonttnt. ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c.

• Saturday morning, at seven o'clock, one of Mr. Butts's Powder-luills,• at liuunslow, blew up, with a inot4 tremenam. elplosion: Two men who Were employed in it, but were aya short distance, were dreadfully hurt. A surgeon was sent for who advised their being taken to St. Georg
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
L IBERTY op THE PRESS AND FREEDOM OF DISCUSSION.—On the 9th instant, the FRIENDS of the LIBERTY of the PRESS

L IBERTY op THE PRESS AND FREEDOM OF DISCUSSION.—On the 9th instant, the FRIENDS of the LIBERTY of the PRESS

and FREEDOM of 'DISCUSSION, will Dine at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, in the Strand, for the purpose of receiving Mr. coßßErr, on the termination of his Imprisonment: Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, Bart . . M. P. in the Chair. STEWARDS • Aid. Wood IV —. Goodbehere Sir NV. Rawlins. Thos. E
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
COLDS, COUGHS, AS rmAs, CONSUMPTIONS, &c. MADDEN' S VEGETABLE ESSENCE. SENSIBLE that the approving testimony of those L. 7 who

COLDS, COUGHS, AS rmAs, CONSUMPTIONS, &c. MADDEN' S VEGETABLE ESSENCE. SENSIBLE that the approving testimony of those L. 7 who

have felt, or seen the good effects. of any Medicine, will enforce ,more ConSiction on the mind of an enquirer after health, than the warmest panegyric of its rfartial.Proprietor—Mr. MADDEN respectfully submits the followin4 Letters as vouchers for the efficacy of his VEGETABLE
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF GRAIN'.

PRICES OF GRAIN'.

S. S. Wheat. ..... • 98 a 156 Superfine l5B a Rye.. ....... 85 a 9t Barley. . 63 a 69 I Malt White Pease, boilers 78 a. 84 Grey Pease. • 72 a 7,81 Beans.. ...... 74 aBO Ticks new 7 ' Ditto (fine 01d).... -; Oats ..... Poland ditto .. 6 ' Potatoe (53 a Rape Seed Fine Flour.. Seco
July 8, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
tbt ~Vpvt..t‘.o.ontiftnt.'

tbt ~Vpvt..t‘.o.ontiftnt.'

tbt some ground would have, been left open for explanation, Bat one preposterous proposition is met by another; Ferdinand is ti led against Joseph, and Joseph against Ferdinand , : WILII theconntry, tied to these persOnages like the tail of a paper kite, is Suspended in: streamin
July 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
SECOND BULLETIN Or TUC GRAND ARMY.

SECOND BULLETIN Or TUC GRAND ARMY.

" Wilkowski, June 22, 1812. All means of effecting an understanding betweLn the twa Empires became impossible. The spirit which reigned in the Russian Cabinet hurried it on to war. "General Narbonne, Aide-de-Camp to the Emperor, was 'dispatched to Wilna, and coold remain there o
July 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
NO. 111. Copy of altrete fron; Prince ICarain to the ,11i»isier of Fo..

NO. 111. Copy of altrete fron; Prince ICarain to the ,11i»isier of Fo..

NO. 111. Copy of altrete fron; Prince to the ,11i»isier of Fo.. reign 41fairs. " Paris, 18 (30) April, 181 ( 2:' "Mr Loral Dust—Cat the interview which I had on Tuesday last with. your Excellency, and in the course of w hid' you gave toe reason to suppose that the ser ill cornnit
July 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
29 DIPERIAL PARLI.4MENT CONTIAITZD. HOUSE OP LORDS, TUESDAY, JULY 21.

29 DIPERIAL PARLI.4MENT CONTIAITZD. HOUSE OP LORDS, TUESDAY, JULY 21.

After some observations from the Earl of Liverpool ara Earl Stanhope the second reading of the Dissenters' Bill ordered for naursday. • The Local '1 oken Bill, with a few verbal amendments, went through thc Ccmmittee.—Adjourned.
July 22, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England