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THE NEW GLOBE.

THE NEW GLOBE.

July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
IREI,AArD.

IREI,AArD.

„ Dublin Castle, July 3,18 M. His E xeellency the Lord Lieutenant will hold an audience at the Castle on Friday, the I Ith instant, at otie o'cloCk p. m. THE 'THEATRE. .Mfr..Braham performe4 BeMilo last night, for the third time since his arrival. This character is a great favou
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1823.

SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1823.

the liberation of trade, he would freely support. But when they *ere acted upon in cases where our interests came in contact with those of foreign States, their truth no longer held good.,_ He contended that to put foreign ships upon an equality With our own. would be to transfe
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH CATHOLICS.

ENGLISH CATHOLICS.

On the motion of the Marquis of LANS DOWN, the English Catholics Bill was read a first time, and the second reading was fixed for Wednesday next. The LORD CHANCELLOR declared that the Bills brought up this day were perfectly unfit to be discussed at that time of the Session, and
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
NAVAL CWRONICLE.

NAVAL CWRONICLE.

Vos, ite Ite, Deic PonTsmotrru,' 4.—Arrived the Nile ) , Storey, from El -O. — Sailed the Royal George, Prince Regent, and Royal Sjverei gn yachts for Cowes; also sailed the Borodina transport, for Chatham.—The Glasgow came into harbour to be Paid off. PLYMOUTH, JULY 3.—Arrived
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, Jurs 3.

CAMBRIDGE, Jurs 3.

--..618.-. Tuesday last, being Commencenient - Day, five Doctors in Divinity, two in Civil Law, one in Physic, and Masters of Arts, were created; amongst the latter were Arthur Barron, Trinity - Colloge ; Walter Burroughes, Clare-hall; Thomas Airey, Trinity College; Edward Harve
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
THUNDER STORMS.

THUNDER STORMS.

Oi Saturday. last, during a violent storm of thunder and lightning, . the electric fluid struck a tree in a pastort. at Cringleford, Norfolk, belonging to Mr. Ewen, and killed 15 lambs, which had, crept under its'bram.thes for Ihelter. A Man who, was standing at a short dis'tatK
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

—.air-. MANSION-110VSE: A question otconsiderable importance to holding offices or detached apantmentsi as to poor-rates, came on betbre the Lord Mayor.. , personkeeping,ashop:in amalley in Birchin-lane was-sum-- atoned by tile overseers-of St. Michael's, gornhill, to show cause
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
PUG --.0..0- Ft - Watipeciiied . in the Harnpien laae List that no boxing would be allowed during the %ices,

PUG --.0..0- Ft - Watipeciiied . in the Harnpien laae List that no boxing would be allowed during the %ices,

but after-all was over,, a purse .was made for George Pittman; - the Wandsworth gukeher, and. 111aTk Wood, a seieneed youth, to have turn, and they peeledi for combat yesterday morning in Felthant Marshes, . below Guildford.. Nois seconded the hutther, and Wood picked up. his .b
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
BEER BILL.

BEER BILL.

The order of the day for the third reading of the Beer Bill having been read, Lord ELLENBOROUGII moved that the clause directing that the new kind of Beer be made in separate premises be omitted, as he considered it absurd, unjust, and unnecessary. Lord BEXLEY defended the 'clau
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England