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PARTIES AT DEVONSHIRE HOUSE.

PARTIES AT DEVONSHIRE HOUSE.

On Wednesday last, his Grace gave a grand dinner to The Earl Fitzwilliam, Lord and Lady Milton, rad Grey. Mr. and Lady Georgiana Ayr Ellis, Prince and Princess Lievun, Lord Althorp, Normanby, Lord Morpeth, Lord and Lady Charles Fitzroy. Sir James Macdonald, Lord Wrottesley - Rns
March 9, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
PARRICIDES IN FRANCE.

PARRICIDES IN FRANCE.

The assizes now holdinc , for the departments of the Loire and La Sarthe have been both deplorably signalised by the trial.of a parricide in each. The details of the case tried in the first-mentioned departwent are as follow: The prisoner, Antony Coquard, aged 27, had resided un
March 23, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
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poiitt Repot GUILDHALL, EXTENSIVE Ro - bn - E - n71 7 .- - -Oa - Thursday, Thomas Ingram was brought before the Alderman, charged on suspicion of having stolen acash-box, containing upwards of 90/. in gold, Bank notes, &c. from a cupboard in the bar-parlour . of the Rose and Crow
March 23, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND.

BANK OF ENGLAND.

Thursday, a general half-yearly Court of the Directors and Proprietors of the Bank of England was held, for the purpose of declaring a dividend. The GOVERNOR moved that a dividend of 41. per cent. might be declared for the half-yearly dividends on the sth of April next. Several
March 23, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
'1:IE "EXPLANATION.'

'1:IE "EXPLANATION.'

Lord GODE7.ICII It has been said in another place that what I 5: to his Majesty was a fal.;.! pretence.; that I h a covert design to dissolve the :.roverntnent, that I acted from some profound calculation. Had i done so, I should have been the basest of mankind. I :-:7ly tint th
February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.-MONDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.-MONDAY.

O'BRIEN v. CURRIE.—This was an action brought by the plaintiff, to recover possession of goods seized by the defendant as petitioning creditor and assignee, undcr a commission of bankruptcy. The facts of the case were these. The plaintiff t purchased a business from the defendan
February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

EXTENsIv — c - ItOttontir.—A gentleman arrived on Tuesday at this °thee, post from Oxford, to give information of an extensive robbery committed at Christ Church College, and to require the assistance of an intelligent officer to go down and investigate the matter. It appeared b
February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONNE.

MARYLEBONNE.

A CAPTAIN.—e;;;III - 11 - o;;;;;Wi " ..John ' s - wood Barracks, appeared at this office, charged by a Mr. Ewer, shoemaker, with having grossly assaulted him in Re gent-street. The complainant gave no provocation, otherwise than by reproving him for oflensive conduct towards a r
February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
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February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
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March 2, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England