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(COURT OV KING'S BENCH.

(COURT OV KING'S BENCH.

Arthur Forster and James FOrster wefe brought up to receive the judgment of the'Court for obstructing and assaulting an Excise-Officer, who seized, in , the discharge of his duty, a large quantity of smuggled spirits in their possession. These defendants likewise suffered judgme
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON. MISCE LLANEOUS.

LONDON. MISCE LLANEOUS.

Ilis MAJESTY.—At the Accession Celebration Dinner, at Brighton, it was stated, on the authority. of Mr. Barratt, his Majesty's Apothecary and Surgeon, that the King was so much affected at the recollection of his Royal Father's death, at this particular period, that he felt too
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
tating manner, " I gave this womt she promised to return, and she The Magistrate informed her that ' Ilad

tating manner, " I gave this womt she promised to return, and she The Magistrate informed her that ' Ilad

she obtained her Money francit i ton said she, had.—Mr. Minshull _ ; 'Wilton again said that she had rec . . anise to return It. SheAvai . once tn the woman had receivel . the money: . some false pretence—she could no upon which Mrs. Wilton began- to , . look confused, like one
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

Yesterday a Special Court of Common Council vraB held at Guildhall, to take into consitleratiQn the Report of the Committee appcinted to enquire into the circumstances attending the affray at Knightsbridge Barracks, between the Life Guards and the populace, on the evening of the
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
KNIGHTSBRIDGE AFFRAY.

KNIGHTSBRIDGE AFFRAY.

The requisition for calling the Court for' the consideration of the above subject having been reatl, as well as the Report of the Committee ; Mr. Favel.said, that often as he had occasion to trouble the Court upon special summons, he trusted he should be able to make out the pro
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
HIGHGATE.

HIGHGATE.

A M g Donald, of Nassau-street, Commercial-road, was convicted by Or. Owen in the penalty of 40s. for sending coals to a house in Arlington-street, Soma'stown, two sacks of which were short of the legal length. LAW INTELLIGEArCE. coma OF KING'S BENCH, FEB. 1. THE KING v. W. LEWI
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
From THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, to SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1822.

From THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, to SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1822.

year a dividend of, upwards of 8 per cent: being 84 francs for each share of 1000 francs; besides a reserved profit of 12 per cent. more. The general operations of the Bank have, within the ,came Period, acquired a greater magnitude than ever. The bills discounted in 18'20 amoun
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
NEAT BURY, BEAKS.

NEAT BURY, BEAKS.

_ Wheat 12s to 74s Od Oats 12s Od to 30s Od Rye —s to —s Od 'Beans 21s Od to 33s Od Barley , 15s to 24s Od 'Pease 24s Od to 28s Od , BREAD, per Gallon, Is 44 to Is 6d , • UXBRIDGE. u,.. orn-Ixispector's Return.—THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. Wheat,perld. 6/.los tolBt.los 1 Oats 12s Od to
February 2, 1822 - General Evening Post - London, London, England