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SECONDARIES OFFICE.

SECONDARIES OFFICE.

WESTBROOK T. JONES.-Mr. Law said that the plaintiff in this case sought to recover compensation In damages for the most dreadfel injuries sustained by the discharge or a quantity of deton Iting powder, which had been inclosed in a parcel by the defendant. The damages had been at
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
• In -a c...orninittee on the Game lr.tws Amendment Bill,. .aftet.' several verhal 'aniendments had heen . agreed to ;

• In -a c...orninittee on the Game lr.tws Amendment Bill,. .aftet.' several verhal 'aniendments had heen . agreed to ;

Thu Marquis :of: HERTFORD _suggested the propriety of inserting a clause for preventing the destruction of game. by persons shooting on-the higbways, a Practice which in some parts of the Country had been carried great •eitent. , The Earl of CARNARVON said, that if such a clause
April 15, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

The Marquis of Cholmondeley, very suddenly Tuesday niorning, at his residence in Piccadilly. 1 1 0 is. succeeded -in his title and estates by his son, Om Earl - of Rocksavage.—ln Palace Yard, Gloucester, the Fsth year of his age, the Rev. Martin Barry, Vicar of Down • Hatherlcy,
April 15, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THE NEW GAME of PAUNCIIEE.—This Vary pleasing and interenting Garlic is much superior to Draught, and equals Chess—it is played

THE NEW GAME of PAUNCIIEE.—This Vary pleasing and interenting Garlic is much superior to Draught, and equals Chess—it is played

by two, three,.or four persons, with small Draught-men, together with either Dice,.Cards, or a Paunchee Tetoturn, on a boarrnimilar to a. Draught-boari. It is very fashionable. in the higher circles in London, andsoaly - requires to be more gen...rally known to be introduced iut
April 15, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

MEMOIR AND CHARACTER OF THE RIGIIT HON. GEORGE CANNING, PRIME MINISTER OF GREAT BRITAIN. 'Nuts, APRIL 17.—Business, this day, on 'Change, is Ift most at . a struld, One topic alone occupies all the merchants—the elevation of Mr. Canning. To hoar the eagerness with which every on
April 22, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
DEVIZES, Aram 19. Wheat and Beans at per sack. Barley and Oats per quarter, Wheat.... 25s Od to 29s Od

DEVIZES, Aram 19. Wheat and Beans at per sack. Barley and Oats per quarter, Wheat.... 25s Od to 29s Od

Oats .... Sts Ud to Oa Barley.... 42s Od to 45s Od Beans.... 28s Od to S2s Otl
April 22, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, APRIL 8.

SUNDAY, APRIL 8.

TLIE QUARTER'S REVENUE —The deficiency in .the Quarter's Revenue is above four hundred and fifty thousand pounds, as compared with the corresponding quarter of last year; less Certainly then we liad.previously lieen-informed, but sufficient wt. should. think-to: appal the. stout
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE.PRICEof BRITISH for the Week en dl og ,lltatch 23, 1826, m a d e up f ro m

GENERAL AVERAGE.PRICEof BRITISH for the Week en dl og ,lltatch 23, 1826, m a d e up f ro m

Returns of the Inspectors in the Maritime Cities Towns in England and Wales, and by which impott *. tion is regulated. Wheat ...561 10d I 0ntg....30s 5d Beans... .48's Barley ...37s Id f Rye....38s 8d Peas ....49s Average by the Imperial Quarter. Wheat, 58s 7d—Barley, 38s 3d—Oat
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
TROOPS IN PORTUGAL.

TROOPS IN PORTUGAL.

Mr. HUME withdrew his motion respecting the charges of our troops in Portugal in consequence of an intimation from Mr. Secretary Peel, that a Convention had been entered into •between the British and the Portuguese Governments, for the maintenance of our troops now in Portugal—t
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
SALISBURY, MARCH 10,

SALISBURY, MARCH 10,

MURDER.—Richard Thomas was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary Anne Matilda Taylor, near Marlborough. Mary Irons was the first witness examined; she was travelling with her husband, two other men and a woman, from Hungerford to Marlborough. They overtook the prisoner, the dec
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England