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HOUSE. OF COMMONS.

HOUSE. OF COMMONS.

Lird•TEmpta gave 'notice, .that on Tuefday the loth loft. he fhouli fubmit a motion to the Houfe refpeccling the eligibility of the Reverend J. H. Tooke to a feat in Parliament. Colonel Pot - I.ER gave notice that the motion - of which he had fitnified his intention of bringing
March 5, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT or KING's• EENcH.MARCR 4. Siitings at Guildhall before Lord KENYON and a Special Jury. THE EARL OF ST. VINCENT, TUCKER, ESQ., The Defendant is a prize agent; and this aaion was brought by the Noble Admiral to recover from him a fuln of 96711. 8. While Lord St. Vincent was
March 5, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Hig,gott, Birmingham, Teaman April 3,4, 18, at the George Inn, Digbeth, Birmingham. Attorney, Mr: Tnomas Mole, Digbeth, Birmingham. Henry and Samuel Willmott, Beaininfter, Porfetthire, Tanners; March 23,, 24, April 18, at the White Hart, Beaminiter. Attomies, -Mr. Ruffen, B
March 10, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THE. NATION.

STATE OF THE. NATION.

• Mr. GR role to obferve how.unplmf.nt he. felt it to have fo been under the nrceffitv of deterring a of fuch urgency and importance as that of 'which he had long fince given notice on this momentous point. Ile underfloor! that the Mini;terial arrangements that were to take'Plac
March 10, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
HOUSE- OF COMMONS

HOUSE- OF COMMONS

The Ballot for the Secret Committee, to take into confideration the Papers prefented on Wedneiday by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, took olace. The followin.g are the names returned by the 'S-rutineers The Right Hon. Henry . Ad clington, The Right Hon. Wm. Pitt, Sir E ' , ward
April 4, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
This day was publifhed, In One Volume Duodecimo, Price Three Shillings,, i EXTRACTS, Moral and Sacred ; or, a Hints

This day was publifhed, In One Volume Duodecimo, Price Three Shillings,, i EXTRACTS, Moral and Sacred ; or, a Hints

feleeled from the Writings of the Wire Good, in-144)0in of the Cade of Religion and• Good By the Rev. DUKE YONG.% M. A. Vicar Of Cornwood, Devon. Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No. 62, St. PaurSCh yard; fold alfo by J. Hatchard, No. i 3, Viceadilly.
April 4, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Speedily — will be publithed, - A N -ACCOUNT delivered before the 00 Noble and Right Honourable the LORDS COMM%

Speedily — will be publithed, - A N -ACCOUNT delivered before the 00 Noble and Right Honourable the LORDS COMM%

SIONERS of APPEALS in PRIZE CAUSES, in the C of the SWEDISH SHIP MARIA, on the Exempt - los r Neutral Ships under Convoy from Search by Bahigerentli. By JAMES MACKINTOSH, E. Co Linccln's Inn, Bari - liter at Law. Printed for J. Debrett, oppcdit:: Burlington-bode, N 4 ' cadily„ O
March 14, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
The Gene .;-.:...1 .!......en,ing

The Gene .;-.:...1 .!......en,ing

The Gene .; .!......en,ing s ret out on fide, which Cap+ cured to fpeiik with ; as as thot, he hailed the fliip, to he was, and endeavoured tO corng r with her, but he was hninediatt .eep off; and a whole broadlide 0, )on his deck, which wounded Ca all palling through his le.g, k
March 12, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN-EXCHANGE—MONDAY; MA kC n 23 Weliad but a few frefh arrivals this day of any kind, owing to the blowsmg weather. Fine" Wiie.arwent off readily at an advance of per quarter.: what little fine appeared from Earex and Sutiolk, reached from 1755. to 1765. a prime - picked fample
March 24, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY.

OLD BAILEY.

Yellerday ard and Eat were indided for •burglarioufly -breaking and entering the dwelling-houfe of Sir Lucas repvs, Bart. with intent to teal. The ptifoners were taken on alarm being given of the houfe being broke (4en, and were found guilty—Death. 773 . visas _Birrell, aged ele
April 23, 1801 - General Evening Post - London, London, England