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POLICE.

POLICE.

GUILDHALL. Mary Slot, one of the prostitutes who infest the neightiourhood of St. George's-fields, and Jane Sparrat, with Vvhon't she resided, underwent examination before the Sitting Magistrate, Mr. Alderman Brown, the former charged With stealin!! 351. li notes from the premis
February 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICE 7D.

PRICE 7D.

year. The oaths which Would .be required, were very short, and .would not-occupy more tharrtwo minutes. in reading, and therefore much inconvenience could not arise from them. The Bill would enact thata minister would be guilty of 'a misdemeanour by marrying par- - ties without
February 8, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON:

LONDON:

ih SATURDAY EVENING, FRBRUARY 8, 1823. The Paris Papers of Wednesday have 'arrived.-- They contain the Address Of the Chamber of Peers, in answer to the KING'S Speech,-and the Amendment moved by Baron BAIiANTE. With the character of the Address the public were already acquainted
February 8, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
MADRID PAPERS. CORTES EXTRAORDINARY, WEDNESDAY, FEn..5.

MADRID PAPERS. CORTES EXTRAORDINARY, WEDNESDAY, FEn..5.

The order of the day was the consideration or the Report of the War Committee on the plan for the staff of the army. After the discussion had proceeded for some time, the debate was suspended, in consequence of the arrival of the Secretaries of State in the Hal. with the fol:owi
February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
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February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
M,LRELIGE IN HIGH LIFE.

M,LRELIGE IN HIGH LIFE.

On Friday last, at Walcot Church, Bath, by the Rev. C. Crook, Rector of Bath, Colonel Palmer, M. P. for that City, to • Mary Elizabeth Atkyns, eldest daughter of the late J. T. At• kyns, Esq. ,of Huntercomhe House, Bucks, and niece of the ante Atkyns Wright, Esq., of Crowsley Pa
February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
DRURY-LANE.

DRURY-LANE.

Lore in a Village attracted, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, a very numerous and elegant audience on Saturday. • BRAHAM and Miss STEPHENS were most enthusiastically applauded as Hawthorn and Rosetta. in " Friend of soul this goblet sip," and" Come, neighbour, neer
February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
ARUNDEL, FEB. 15.

ARUNDEL, FEB. 15.

Mr. Coplard, the Government Candidate, has declined to contest for the borough, the Whig interest, which greatly predominates, being decidedly in favour of Mr. Kemp.. That gentleman calculates npon being unanimously elected; but we that he will be vigorously opposed by a gentlem
February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
LIDOURANION.

LIDOURANION.

This interesting exhibition of Om starry heavens, elucidated by the eloquent interpretations of the veteran in astronomical science ' Mr. WALKER, w as o p ene d l ast n i g h t i n the Concert Rodin of the King's Theatre. It was numerously attended, and witnessed with great and
February 15, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE COUNTY MEETING-

CAMBRIDGE COUNTY MEETING-

A Meeting was held on Fridayi. (yeSterdicy) - oh 'the Market-hill, in the town of Cambridge, 1.110 subjept of Parliamentary Reform. .. The : late Sheriff,,Robert Jones Adeane; Esq. having died, and the office having devolved upon. Christopher P.Omberton and W. W. flayward, e*erc
February 15, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England