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for an explicit grant of the power. We may confidently rely, that if it appear, to their satisfaction, that the

for an explicit grant of the power. We may confidently rely, that if it appear, to their satisfaction, that the

polver is neces- Airy, it will always be granted. In this case lam happy to observe that experience has atlnrdcd the most ample proof of Its utility, and that the benign spirit of conciliation and liar- Molly which now manifests itself throughout our Union, promises to snelea re
January 11, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
DUCKETT'S PAPER.

DUCKETT'S PAPER.

sth January, ISIB, but the Dividends not to be paid until the sth 'January, 1819, and the 3 per cent. Reduced Annuities to bear interest from sth April, 1818. "In case the sum of ten millions of money or upwards shall be snbscribed, no Exchequer Bills, over and above those which
April 19, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
3inperial Parliament. HOUSE OF LORDS.

3inperial Parliament. HOUSE OF LORDS.

AtON DA Y. OFFICE OF CLERK OF' rHE PARLIAMENTS. The Earl CnosvENOR inquired whether it was inte - ndcd to move for a Committee respecting the Office of Clerk of Parliaments ? The Earl of Llvrrirnoi was not aware that it was proposed to movn for a Committee; but it was certainly
February 8, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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February 8, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
'CHALLENGE TO LORD SIDMOUTII.

'CHALLENGE TO LORD SIDMOUTII.

COURT OF KING'S BE NC H.—S. ATuRn A At halt-past ten o'clock,Lord Ellenborough, Mr. Justi.ce Bayley, and Mr. Justice Abbott, having taken their on the Bench, his Lordship calltd on the Attorney General,' . . who had recently entered the Court, to move. - The Attorney General.—"
February 8, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
By a letter from Boulogne, dated Monday last, we learn the weather has been most tempestuous along the French Coast,

By a letter from Boulogne, dated Monday last, we learn the weather has been most tempestuous along the French Coast,

during the last week. On Saturday afternoon 8 smuggling vessel was lost within a stone's- throw of the Pier Head, and we regret to state, that the whole crew, consiiting of- nine Englishmen and one Frenchman, perished.
February 8, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
TUES.DeirS GAZETVE

TUES.DeirS GAZETVE

f T11.,.s Gazette the appointment of the Right -rim Sir J. L. WI to the office of Vice Chancellor, vice 411einted Master of the hulls ; of Major-General Sir 3. Keane•as Governor and Commanderin Chief of. St. Lucie, vice Major-General Seymour, de ceased.] BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED. P
January 25, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
AMOR PATRIZ

AMOR PATRIZ

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March 8, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

March 17, J. Swallow, Bix, Oxford, corn-dealer—April 7, K. D. Hayward, Plymouth-dock, grocer—March 23, J. Pritchard, Stratford-on-Avon, apothecary-14, G. Children, Tonbridge, hanker —W. Caiter, Braghttry-house, Hertford, dealer—Feb. 28,1. Stromborn, Austin-friars, merchant—March
February 22, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1818.

SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1818.

=confusion would speedily ensue; for the ,politicians of our time, with 'few exceptions, are men of ordinary capacity. It is their notorious want of comprehensive views which keeps them in the :beaten ' track ; and this is the cause why govprnments so , rarely extricate themselv
April 12, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England