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BUSINESS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

BUSINESS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

• MONDAY, MARCH O. ' NOTICES OF MOTIONS. • .Ir. Robert Ward-f---Ordnance Estimates--(In Committee of Supplyla. Jones—Bill to amend and correct the practice of the 'Courts of clieat Sessions in Wales. . . . • ORDERS OF THE DAY. Marriage Act Repeal Bill—Second reading. Assessed Ta
March 8, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
PART T.—CoNTAJNINo

PART T.—CoNTAJNINo

• SIR PHILIP SIDNEY.—From the Duke of Bedford's LORD . QETANCELLOR BACON.—From the Earl of erulain's Collection. - 8 1 It WALTER RALEIGIL—From the Marquis of Bath's QUEEN JANE SEYMOUR.--From the Duke of Bedford's Collection. Sill THOMAS GRESHAM.—From Mercers' Hall, London. With
April 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
NEXT WEDNESDAY.

NEXT WEDNESDAY.

CARROLL is happy to announce - the . continuation of that great Success which has for so many years distingaished his Offices. The First Day a the present Lottery he 'Shared and Sold TEN Capital Prizes, I 3,037.. ••• •• •• 2 .623... ' .3,816 • . . „ • 1.006 • - 1,719.... .. • 20
April 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SPA IN. THE SPANIARD TO THE BOURBON.

SPA IN. THE SPANIARD TO THE BOURBON.

Who come' o'er our mountains again from afar, Unfurling his flag to the tempest of war? .. Who comes o'er ourinountains with scourge and with brani To drive out that freedom that hallows our Land? The Saracen cotnes not, for ours was the shore Where Ms glory was Smote that it ll
April 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LORD-LIEUTENANT.

THE LORD-LIEUTENANT.

. . We"deli:l-eat pleasure in being able to announce that the Lor&Lieutenant will take up his residence in Dublin Castle, for tile remainder of the season. The workmen who were employed making suitable preparations in the suite of apartments appropriated to his Excellency's use,
February 20, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
BUSINESS IN PIIE HOUSE OF COMMONS. THURSDAY, FEB. 20. • NOTICE OF "MOTION. Lord John Russell—Committee to obtain returns relating

BUSINESS IN PIIE HOUSE OF COMMONS. THURSDAY, FEB. 20. • NOTICE OF "MOTION. Lord John Russell—Committee to obtain returns relating

to the Charters, and number of Voters in each Borough sending Members to Parliament. ORDEII.S OF THE DAY. Indemnity Bill—Third reading. West India and American Colonies Trade Bill—Third reading. Chancellor of the Exchequer (Ireland) Bill—Second reading.
February 20, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
street.

street.

-- -- J. Spencer, of Eagle-street, Red Lion-square, Livery stablekeeper, Feb. 8, 1.5, and March 15, at ten, at the Court of Commissioners of Bankrupts, Basinghall- Attorney, Mr. Shirrilr, Salisbury- Strand. D. Johnston, of Nantwich, Cheshire,ldruggist, Feb. 14, at two, 15, at th
February 3, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
-- , VIFIL WIROMAN -Ifni' the honour respectfully:i.to inform- the Nobility and the Public, that it is hislntendon to retirfrom

-- , VIFIL WIROMAN -Ifni' the honour respectfully:i.to inform- the Nobility and the Public, that it is hislntendon to retirfrom

Business in March nest, when the wh)de of his r,emaininw STOCK of JEWELLER will be SOLD, by PUBLIC AUCTION. 1 , 88, St. James's-street. . :.% - ' f" . 4fe-• - This clay arw published, in 2 v6ls• Svo. 11. VIRWS of IRELAND, Moral, Political, and R 04.5. Comprising, among other*, t
February 3, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
This day are published, in 2 vols. dito. with numerous Engravinzs of Portraits, Costumes, Antiquities, Maps, &c. &c. Price 91.

This day are published, in 2 vols. dito. with numerous Engravinzs of Portraits, Costumes, Antiquities, Maps, &c. &c. Price 91.

9s. boards. TRAVELS in GEORGIA, PERSIA, ARMENIA, COURDESTAN, ANCIENT BABYLONIA, &c. &c. during the Years 1817, 1818, 1819. and 1820. By Sir ROBERT. KER PORTER. Printed Tor Longman, Hurst, Rees, Onne, and Brown, London. These Travels embrace a vast extent of Country; namely, almo
February 3, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
POOR LAWS.

POOR LAWS.

Mr. JONES postponed the second reading of the Bill relative to the . maintenance of the Poor till to-morrow. THE LATE NEGOCIATIONS. Mr. MACDQNALD- said no one, he apprehended, would entertain an expectation or desire that communications of such momentous importance as those late
April 29, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England