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the sea to make gooa his retreat. In this supposition he must either have been very ignorant or extremely ill-informed,

the sea to make gooa his retreat. In this supposition he must either have been very ignorant or extremely ill-informed,

for he made a halt half way, when he'rnight have been every instant seized. He remained a tbrtnight ip the small town of Domitz, instead of proceeding immediately to Stralsund, and going to the Island of Rugen : he only determined on this when a Dutch and Danish force, under the
April 15, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
tVould add further, MA say, if the Meeting *ere even legal, and illegally dispersed by soldiers who committed the most

tVould add further, MA say, if the Meeting *ere even legal, and illegally dispersed by soldiers who committed the most

brUtal excesses (excesses for which they might be brought to trial), yet no man was permitted to write down their character before trial, and prejudice their cause. Whether the Meeting was legal or illegal, or whether the soldiers did or (lid not commit eviesses, wa. not the que
March 25, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF WESTMINSTER.

TO THE ELECTORS OF WESTMINSTER.

" GENTLEMEN,—On reading the Newspapers this morning, having arrived late yesterday evening, I was filled with shame, grief, and indignation, at the account of the blood spilled at Manchester. This. den, is the answer of the boroughmongers to the petitioning people—this is the pr
March 25, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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March 16, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
.1 posely fired, particulavly as the following as ceived by the butler of the College shordy a fter i lt

.1 posely fired, particulavly as the following as ceived by the butler of the College shordy a fter i lt

h e o destruction, the author of wh ich nearly fl6ll threat with no common degree of relentless daring . e , " Sin—Please to tell your masters to take theirselves, for they will be visited soon by a g an g t they won't like.—A FRIND." 'To Mr. Constable, College, Hereford." lette
April 8, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1820. SPAIN.

SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1820. SPAIN.

Although letters have been received from Cadiz, dated the 17th ult. yet they throw no light on the prime movers and :instigators of the dreadful Scenes which took place in that unfortunate city on the fatal 10th of March. From all that we can 'collect, however, it appears that G
April 8, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
0.1. -*I,/ IttIMMIK/di,..,r131.1J0..4 POSTSCRIPT.

0.1. -*I,/ IttIMMIK/di,..,r131.1J0..4 POSTSCRIPT.

'LONDON. - .Saturday Afternoon, March 18, 1820. WE have received the Paris Papers of Tuesday last, They state, that the Queen of England arrived, on the 'of February, at Rome, where she alighted at the Palace of Lucien Buonaparte, which she had en- gaged for a month. The Governm
March 18, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
TRIAL OF, MR. HUNT AND OTHERS. YORK.

TRIAL OF, MR. HUNT AND OTHERS. YORK.

THE K.ING.V. HUNT AND OTHER. On Thursday.mcirning the long-expected trial of Mr. Hunt' and the other Defendants indicted for, a conspiracy on the 16th of AU , ust last at Manchester, commenced at York. Immediately before the Judge entered, Mr. Hunt, Mr. Moorhouse, and the other
March 18, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
carpenter's room at the other side of the partition. Just beneath this door strong pegs are fixed in the wall,

carpenter's room at the other side of the partition. Just beneath this door strong pegs are fixed in the wall,

as if to aid a person climbing to get out, and the door itself admits to the tiles .of an outhouse,, over which it is easy to get into the neiethoUring premises. It has been ,already stated in our account of the apprehension of thc Conspirators ; that when discovered they were a
February 29, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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I . pm • LONDON. Tuesday Afternoon, February 29, 18'20. ,THE Royal Assent was yesterday given to the Mutiny Bill, and several' other public tills, and Parliament was prorogued by Commission until the 13th of March. The Speech delivered by the Commissioners on this occasion, in th
February 29, 1820 - General Evening Post - London, London, England