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October 9, 1804 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ONDON CHRONICLE M R IC-`E s.

ONDON CHRONICLE M R IC-`E s.

ONDON CHRONICLE M R IC - `E s. corn f Exchange, Monday, 05. 8. ;Our fupply of Wheat was a tolerably good one to-day, and having r many buyers, occafioned the fales to be brifk, though not ot much higher terms than laft Monday.—Barley continues a riling article, and Malt obtains 4
October 9, 1804 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON CHRONICLE

THE LONDON CHRONICLE

'el). 25,-23. . ON THE of APRIL, 1504., : The Third Lottery begins Drawing. BISH . refpeafully acquaints 'the Public, • Tickets and Shares for the Third Lottery, are 11° ''' felling in great Variety, at both his old eftablifhed Offices, 4, Cornhifl,,and 9, Charing,-crofs, where
February 28, 1804 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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165 fitch, having paid for them the value which they refpeEtively import. They ,are therefore to be included in the true meaning of the word fecurities, which May be in the end available to any perfon who may be Hatred them. Nor are they lefs to be deemed included under • the me
February 18, 1804 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NDON CHRONICLE

NDON CHRONICLE

! prifoner read a narrative of his conduit fince • the time of his conviaion. He at firft had obtained permiffion from Earl Pelham (the then Secretary of State) to tranfport himfelf to any place not within his Nlajefly's dominions for the terni of his fentence. He again applied,
February 18, 1804 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Feb. but in her defence, which was ver.Y? hated that fhe had been exceedingly charl_,t to Mrs. H. and that flue had left the key behind her. Baron Hotham delivered a ver}rl lo charge to the Jury, laying, that any lon might probably have affumed thepri tt l° l name. If they thoug
February 18, 1804 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Cnt• two long examinations the Seleft Committee; nf te l l red, that he fhould be calm . debated by

Cnt• two long examinations the Seleft Committee; nf te l l red, that he fhould be calm . debated by

the Committee time, when, on a divilioit imbers were, fix and 1/ a gave his calling vote i !d in again: and, n CO and that he was further CP hours. llor on Monday delivere,J fe of Mifs Seymour. at the guardianfhip. of 6' ot belong to .Mrs. Fitzher' ily of Lord Hugh Seyrn° lir. e
May 18, 1805 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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of Yiirk-ftr6 . ig!azier, • 44u17, of Sheffield-ftrcei b anitervill, of Stonell Prom the LONDON G Downing : lireet, May If P,leared to approve of th valerio Antonio Seiltas the Prince Regent of °f Liverpool. The King has alfo 2f the appointment of be Conful for the Uni %ihe port
May 18, 1805 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE L NDON CIFIRON 1(,14E

THE L NDON CIFIRON 1(,14E

vehole of the charges might; er ought"not to be referred to a Committee. It had appeared to him molt becbming the moderation, the liberality, and the jullice of the Houfe, fa to have decided; and no poilible inconvenience could have refulted from it. It wciuld'have been analogou
May 18, 1805 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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538

laugton, Yates, Malcom, Montague, Fitzhugh, Fitzherbert, Langton, Zathura; Stanhope, G. Stratton. Macdonald, Nailitu, Neville, A. Stanhope, Wood, Page, arid - KnOx. Miffes-;—Egerton, Banks, three Percy's, Elliot, G. Pelham, De Hancy, Abdy, 'Aihburn- Peele, Colingdon, Irby, Black
June 6, 1805 - London Chronicle - London, London, England