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COURT OF KINGS BENCH

COURT OF KINGS BENCH

Thuksday. —CUtHont am!another v. Farrow. The plaintiffs sought to recover 191. Ifss. which the defendant won st play, and treble that sum for the use of the parish in which the game was played.—B. Burn said kept the Hiking Sun, Windmill-street, St. James’s. The defendant came to
December 15, 1822 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
Just fuMuiied, iu royal tlvo. 12m. board*, wit. a co.*uie«l Kn

Just fuMuiied, iu royal tlvo. 12m. board*, wit. a co.*uie«l Kn

Just royal tlvo. 12m. board*, wit. a co.*uie«l PMurr by Sttpiianofr. CERVANTES a Nov^lisi ; Episodes ■ml Iru idfnt* of the popular e of Don Quixote. In Two Pul>li*lied tor the Rditur, by Ltuiginan. Hurnl, Ree«. Oime, and wn, tiu) soM Win. Taylor, Uussell-court, Drury lane ; and T
December 15, 1822 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
AI,MANACK, just B,ibli«hfd, by K. or- ton, Muro-conrt, Fleet «tre»l. price £•. M.—Thlt It the only Puhliriulon that contuini Uet

AI,MANACK, just B,ibli«hfd, by K. or- ton, Muro-conrt, Fleet «tre»l. price £•. M.—Thlt It the only Puhliriulon that contuini Uet

of the Holiday* and Hall Holidaya kept a' the Seal OBloe.
December 15, 1822 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
JOHN BULL

JOHN BULL

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. It ii now some few weeka aince we noticed tlic actual petition of the monev market. In order, therefore, clearly to keep up a context to the state of affairs the City, it may be mentioned that the Bank’s minimum rate continues three per cent.,
June 4, 1849 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
JOHN BULL

JOHN BULL

did not know bow often or for what purpose, but he presumed for their own pleasure. He should like to know how often these visits were made, and from what quarter the money came. New Hills —l<eave was given to bring in the following Rills: —A Bill to Amend an Act for the Regulat
June 4, 1849 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

Fatal Accident to a Son or the Dean op St. Asaph. A Coroner's inquest was held on Thursday, Fulboume. near Cambridge, to inquire into the circumstances attending the death of John Nichol Luxmoore. a student of Bt. John’s College, Cambridge, when the following facts were disclose
June 4, 1849 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
JOHN BULL

JOHN BULL

that place no less than fire Teasels had armed from the United States loaded with emigrants for California. It was reported that several fatal cases of cholera had occurred on board one of them, and the Alcalde had prohibited their landing; but in defiance of his injunctions the
June 4, 1849 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY. . , Tiaeout Stbahsyobo pnocoted potitioos from Corentry, signed Dandy 4,000 paraou, pmyina that any fa re general system of might be banded on the Holy Seriptare*. . . Lord Bbovosam gara notice that on Monday next be would bring the whole aabjaet of elareiy and the dare
February 19, 1838 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
THE BALLOT.

THE BALLOT.

Fas est ab Hayti doeeri. “Menlove darkness rather than light because their deeds xcere evil." By the 38th Article of the Constitution, it seems that Haytian citizens, though whitest are to called blacks. « add a whimsical illustration of the working of the Ballot system and Univ
February 19, 1838 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
RUGBY,

RUGBY,

■' We, the undersigned inhabitants of Rngbj and its neighbonrhoad, feel onrselves compelled to remonstrate with the London and Birmingham Railroad Directors on the gross violation of the law of God and man which is taking place, the Company allowing the works their line of road
February 19, 1838 - John Bull - London, London, England