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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
 
PRICE' 71)..-.;

PRICE' 71)..-.;

pdtogy to the _douse for ri,ing, as tlioagak enougo 11111 already been said to prove the necessity which had existediflir legislating on this subject.. With admirable consistency tie Honourable Gentleman had complained of the Bill brought forward so late in the Sitsion. He depre
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
6161 UM A L

6161 UM A L

'l7ffiree deeentiydreeeed women; labOureist - wi'ves apeit'retitiy, /Wary KUt Elkaboaßrooks, and Cativrine•Tanian were brought up yesterday before theesitting ;sir at:Glyn, charged with shop-litYing._ Mont seven o'clock on Thursday, ev.ening,, Kellyy. and Brooks went into the sh
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY A.

LONDON: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY A.

The Paris Papers of Wednesday- contain intelligence from. Cadiz to the 20th last. The Cortes assembled on the.. I.Bth, when 110 Members attended; their first act was to pass a resolution declaring that the Constitutional Regency. had deserved well of the country. They afterwards
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
This day is published, in Svo. price 7 s. 6 d. in boards, DISCOURSES on the RULE of LIFE, with

This day is published, in Svo. price 7 s. 6 d. in boards, DISCOURSES on the RULE of LIFE, with

reference to Things present, and Things future. Consisting of a Charge, delivered May 16, 18 9 -3, to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of London; with Supplementary Additions, calculated to illustrate the same subject. By JOSEPH HOLDEN POTT, A Nil, Archdeacon of London. , Printed
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH FIRE-OFFICE, STRAND AND CORNHILL. FSTABLISHED in 1799 for Insurance of Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Goods and • Merchandize, Ships, Vessels,

BRITISH FIRE-OFFICE, STRAND AND CORNHILL. FSTABLISHED in 1799 for Insurance of Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Goods and • Merchandize, Ships, Vessels,

and other Property, on the most equitable terms, and on principles affording solid and permanent security to those insured. DIRECTORS, &C. Sir JOHN COX HIPPISLEY, Bart. Chairman. GEORGE HOLME SUMNER, Esq. M.P., Deputy Chairman. Rt. Hon. the Vice-Chancellor George G. Mills, Esq.
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
J. T. BARBER BEAUMONT, Esq. F.A.S.

J. T. BARBER BEAUMONT, Esq. F.A.S.

IMPORTANT BENEFITS REALISED. Capital—A MILLION STERLING, and upwards. All Insured Share Profits equally. Exemption from Liability for Losses. Returns of Twenty-five and Twenty per Cent. paid invariably; 42,0001. teturaed in the last nine years. Bonuses of 131. Bs. and 261. 12s.
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ZINO,

THE ZINO,

THE WINDSOR, JULY 4. Yesterday morning the Duke of Cumberland, the Prinee of Solms, and Lord Graves, left the King's Lodge, for Queensbury House, Richmond. It is supposed that his Majesty will go to town early in the ensuing week, but his stay will not exceed three or four days,
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England