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OLD HA TS CLUB.

OLD HA TS CLUB.

EAL . INCI, JUNE 7 This morning the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the Old Club held their second Meeting for the season at their orizin.:l place of rendezvous. Much excellent shooting took placu and, at the close of the day, a match for 501., at 25 birds each, was shot by Lord Kenne
June 9, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. FRIDAY,. JUNE 6.
June 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
BAYONNE PAPERS.

BAYONNE PAPERS.

• BATOlcilt, JUNS I. .W 0 have st:en a Spanish Officer, to whom we could not refrain from expressing our astonishment (after all that has been said) at the tardiness of his coumtrynien in taking measures to defend their countrymen. k;e, however, replied, that every thing was in
June 16, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
DE,ITII OF THE MARQUIS OF SALISBURY.

DE,ITII OF THE MARQUIS OF SALISBURY.

OF THE MARQUIS OF SALISBURY. at L°r dship, we regret to state, died on Friday evening last, ? s eat at Hatfield, in Herts. The Noble Marquis was dis- Cd throughont life for gentlemanly demeanor and amitrlT di sposition ; - posessing an enlightened mind and sound • "-stzntling. He
June 16, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
R0Y..11, SOCIETY OP LITERaiTURE.

R0Y..11, SOCIETY OP LITERaiTURE.

Raving finally matured the plan and forms of this Institution, the Provisional Council concluded its and arduous task, by laying the result of its labours Qefor e his Majesty - -the originator and founder of this Society for the Promotion of general Literature." to become one of
June 16, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.

A very numerous and highly respectable Meeting of the Association was held this day. Mr. O'CONNELL, in a very laboured and learned tgeech, moved that the Association should appoint a Committee to draw up a Petition to the Legislature, touching the hardships endured by the Irish
June 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
ROWING MATCH.

ROWING MATCH.

TEMPLE PRIZE I7TiERRT. Yesterday afternoon the second, annual Prize Wherry, gimen by the Gentlemen of the Inns of Court and others, as an encouragement to industry, was contended for by eight scaliermen belonging to Temple -Stairs, which was decided in three heats by the underme
June 17, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OE COMMONS MONDAY, JUNE 23.

HOUSE OE COMMONS MONDAY, JUNE 23.

. , I, l prd IAiWTHER presented a Petition from Cumberland, praying for the Abolition of Slavery in the West Indies.—Laid oil the table. . . SCOTCH JURIES. On the motion of Mr. KENNEDY. the Scotch Juries' Bill went through a _Committee. The Report was forthwith received, and ord
June 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SUPPLY.

SUPPLY.

The House having reSolved itself into a Cnnimittee of Supply, Lord A. HAMILTON asked whetherfie had rightly under- . stood the Chancellor of the Exchequer, that it was intended to take off the duties on stone find slate carried coastwise. • The CHANCELLOA of the EXCHEQUER said t
June 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
LADY OXFORD AND MRS. IfUTCHINSON.

LADY OXFORD AND MRS. IfUTCHINSON.

• (EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM PARIS, JUNE 22.) The principal topic of conversation at Paris, is the conduct 'of Ministers towards Lady Oxford and Mrs. Hutchinson. No specific accusation is made against these Ladies; but they were hospitable, kept 'open house, and being women of ta
June 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England