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HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MONDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MONDAY.

This was the last day for receiving reports on private )ills. Mr. HUME presented'a petion from the mechanics of Glasgow, praying a grant of money to enable them to emigrate to Canada; which was referred to the Committee on Emigration. Mr. HUME - then presented a petition from ce
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MARY-LE-BONE.—PERJURED AND VILLAINOUS IN- FoßMEßS.—Atkinson brought forward live informations on Thursday, some of which, from the particular circumstances attendant on them, created a more than usual degree of interest. Mr. Bennet, of the Globe public-house, corner of Titchfiel
May 20, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
COLONP.L BRADLEY.

COLONP.L BRADLEY.

'Mr..IILTME, in presenting a petition Colonel Bradley said, that he should very shortly state to th 4 House the substance of tho petitioner's grievances. A dispute having taken place between Colonel Bradley and Major Arthur, the former was put under an arrest, and:was confined u
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMEXT OF THE CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.

GOVERNMEXT OF THE CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.

Mr. BARING said that he had a petition to p °sent well worthy of the consideration of the House. It was signed by a great number oft he inhabitants of the Colony of the Cnpe of Hope. When the Howde considered the parVculav disposition of that colony. now growing to a vast exte n
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
WAYS AND MEANS.

WAYS AND MEANS.

In a Committee of Ways and Means. Mr. lIERRIES moved that the sum of to be raised by Exchequer Bills, 1:e granted to his Majesty to defray the expenses of the expedition to Portugal, which was agreed to. TURNER'S DIVORCE BILL. The Bill for annulling the alleged marriage of E. Gi
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
" Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the

" Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the

Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights."—JuNtus. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. - -nem— DISFRANCHISMIktiT OF tENRYN. Lord John Russell on Friday night gave notice, that he would on Tuesday next move for leave to bring in a bill to enable the borough of Manch
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
NEIVGA'rE AND LEADEN HA LL.—By the Carcass. Beef 3s 61 to 4s 6d Veal 4s Od to 5.4 a Mutton....3s

NEIVGA'rE AND LEADEN HA LL.—By the Carcass. Beef 3s 61 to 4s 6d Veal 4s Od to 5.4 a Mutton....3s

4d to 4.s 6d Pork 4s to 5s 84 . 44 to Eis Ud.
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW, JUNE 7.. SMITTIFIELD.—Iiity, old, 105 s to I2Os od—inferior, i Od to 100 s Od—Clover,l26s

PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW, JUNE 7.. SMITTIFIELD.—Iiity, old, 105 s to I2Os od—inferior, i Od to 100 s Od—Clover,l26s

to Ms Od—lnferior,loss to .120 s —Straw, 36 . s to 425. WricTEcilAent.Clover, 905 to 1405—Hay, 84s to 120 s Inferior, —s to —s; Straw, 36s to 42s Od. ST. J AMES'3.—Fitie Upland and prime Meadow Hay, 105 s to 130s—Old inferior ditto a nd coarse Lowland Hay ? 84s to 10Js—Clover, 1
June 10, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE•-•-

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE•-•-

GnExcE.—Varions accounts coroborate the iutel. ligence of the defeat of the Greeks. near Athens. The following ()ride, dated Smyrna, May 19, is extracted from the Austrian tibserrer : " In pursuance of the plan resolved on by the Greek leaders for the attack of the Turkish army
June 24, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
SCOTS LIFE OF NAPOLEON. --...i11i0•-- .

SCOTS LIFE OF NAPOLEON. --...i11i0•-- .

The following extract; from the long expected Work cannot fail to be interesting at the present moment: one giving a view of the ch aracter of Napoleon—the other an account of the Battle of the Pyramids. • 66 Arrived at the conclusion of this momentous narrative, the reader may
July 1, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England