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WHEELER; - Toitor arid Draper, respeatully informs .his .Friends..and the Public that he has removed ke. 42, CRAVE RtEET, STRAND,

WHEELER; - Toitor arid Draper, respeatully informs .his .Friends..and the Public that he has removed ke. 42, CRAVE RtEET, STRAND,

where all Orders "N , ST olity be hommeed shall be execut e d promp tly, and in With ;Nat style Of fashion Which has already secured him the flitter , Sn patronago of a great part of , the Nobility and Gentry, for ‘l*ltli,he will always remain grateful.; u6ago.published,by JOHN-
February 6, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION,

SECOND EDITION,

. , NEW GLOBE OPFICE, Three o' Clod? , , CAPTURE OF MADRID—MURDER or Tilt FAENtH AMBASSADOR. An express arrived in town this forenoon which left Paris on Tuesday. Various rumours have been • since circulated on 'Change. Our .Correspondent in the City informs us that the Insurgen
February 6, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
PROVISION MARKET,

PROVISION MARKET,

For the last week there has been very little done in either Beef or Pork. Holders in general were looking forsople vance in prices; but few, if any, purchases were made. The prices are nominally for—:- India Beef l2os. India Pork Mess Beef ... 80s. to 82s. 6d. I Mess Pork .. 50s
February 6, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SPARRING.

SPARRING.

The exhibition of yesterday was for the benefit of .the 'widow of Hickman, the Gas Man, and the assemblage of amateurs wa# so great that there was P net produce of e himilred and twentY pounds. Neate' came up frora.Bristol. to forward the benefit of a vanquished opponent. The se
February 6, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICE'. 7D.

PRICE'. 7D.

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February 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, FEB. 6.

BRIGHTON, FEB. 6.

• His Majesty passed rather a disturbed •night on Monday, in consequence of which . he was not quite so well on Tuesday morning;, but we have great pleasure in stating that he is to-day conSiderably better, and his medical attendants have hopes that his Majesty will be able to l
February 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
IRPLAATI), . DUBLIN, FEBRUARY 5. DUBLIN COUNTY ELECTION.

IRPLAATI), . DUBLIN, FEBRUARY 5. DUBLIN COUNTY ELECTION.

Yesterday the contest for the County of Dublin re- Commenced with all the, active preparation Customary .on such occasions. It was a day calculated to afford .a fair trial of strength. On the first day of the election, the speeches of the, Candidates, their proposers and seconde
February 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SIR JOHN NEWPORT, BART.

SIR JOHN NEWPORT, BART.

........-. Sir John Newport, we are sorry to state, became so ill on his route from Holyhead to London last week as to be incapable' of Continuing his journey to town. Mr. Plunkett (Attorney- General for Ireland), who accompanied the Right Honourabie • Aaronet from Dublin. was,
February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
P'AttTNEnsmr DisoixEO.

P'AttTNEnsmr DisoixEO.

bennis Grundy, John. Grund7; •, Thomas Grun4, Samuel cgrunty, and Robert Grundy, of 'Bury, Manchester, add Kersley, Lancashire, cotton-spinners—Danuis -drawly, John Grundy, of Bury, taancashire, and!Robert i Grtotd,y - 4 offManchesWr, wool len- Manufacturers-7-H. Pars an tl4a Hu
February 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England