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MESSAGE FROM HIS MAJESTY.

MESSAGE FROM HIS MAJESTY.

. , Mr. Secretary PEEL appeared at the bar with a Messagit, from the Ciown, - which was brought up read by the SPEAKER. His Majesty being Inform that doubts have arisen tonchin . 7, the power vested in his Maj"stY dispose of certain freehold and copyright laud,- of which he was
March 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
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April 28, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
ADAMS V. ATKINSON.

ADAMS V. ATKINSON.

. . ..........._ ..__......,... The Ifte met at an early hour, and the Judges sat. with atterL''" a Writ of Error: . the Company businpss, Mr. Mason, froni the East India Revenue 4venue , presented Papers relating to Pensions and the I • ' I h lMr. 11. M ndia. ', Mr. CARTWRIGHT
June 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
EVENTS OF YESTERDAY EVENING

EVENTS OF YESTERDAY EVENING

All the inhabitants of this heroic capii,al, in the midst of uncertainty and pain, were yesterday tranqail, on account of the confidence' which they have in the patriotism and virtues of the Commander-in-Chief, and the more so, as scarcely any one was ignorant of tho capitulatio
June 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CORONER'S INQUEST. FIRE AT NEWINGTON.

CORONER'S INQUEST. FIRE AT NEWINGTON.

Yesterday an inquest was held in the Hall Of the Fishmongers' Almshouses, Newington, on the bodies of Mary Winman, aged 70, and Ann Powell, 71 years of age, who met their deaths by fire in their rooms in the above almshouses on Sunday morning last, George Gardene'r stated that h
February 20, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICE 7D. mExreo.

PRICE 7D. mExreo.

PRICE 7D. VERA CRUZ, DEC. 24. _ The events the'la`st *nth have been impbrtant'to the Mexican nation, add, in all probability, Will 'prove ti oVerthroW - of . the dynaity . of' the new . Emperor Iturbide. On the arrival of the Emperor at Jalapa, lie had an - -iiitervieW with' Gene
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
NAVAL CHRONICLE.

NAVAL CHRONICLE.

Vos, ite solzitas, De, Deee petagi,—Vrit.Gm: PLYMOUTH, FEB. 21.—Arrived the Elizabeth and Mary, bett, from Norway to Trieste; Collingwood, Surrey, 12 days fr 'En , Tercei ; Three Friends, Head, from St. Michael's; Su gar, Herald, and Recovery, from London. 22.—Arrived the Sylph,
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

CHANGE OF QUARTERS OF THE FOOT GUARDS. GRENADIER GUARDS—The 2d Battalion will move to-morrow from the Tower of London to Lower Westminster, and occupy Buckingham-House, Kensington, and Magazine Bar- The .3rd Battalion will proceed from Knightsbridge to the IC ing's-Mews Barracks
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT TILE NEWCASTLE THEATRE.

DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT TILE NEWCASTLE THEATRE.

A lettet received on Saturday brought an account of a very' melancholy accident at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on the evening of 'Wednesday last. It Was as follows: " Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Feb. " It is with much pain that I acquaint you with the following calamitous a
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
FROM SATURDAY NIGHT- s GAZETT4

FROM SATURDAY NIGHT- s GAZETT4

FROM SATURDAY NIGHT - s GAZETT4 At the Court at Carlton-House, the 21st of February, 1829, present, the King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Majesty haying been pleased to appoint LiCutenanl-Ge,- tW•itl • the non... Sir Galbraith Lowry . Cole, G. C. 8.. Governor obfihe Islan
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England