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PR ICE 7D.

PR ICE 7D.

TO THE 1J313J,1C. 1 , The Proprietor and Editor of . .IVEW GLOBE' it aware that the appearanee of a New generaUy'thought to require some apology. It .is presumed that no individual . should ever venture to obtrude -hiniself unnebesSarily upon public attention, and that in offeri
February 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
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February 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
TIIE KING v. HARGRAVE AND MOTT.

TIIE KING v. HARGRAVE AND MOTT.

This was a rule Obtained - in the last Term by Mr. Scarlett, calling on the defendants to show Cause why a criminal information should not be filed against them. The defendants are oof the Commissioners appointed nnder the local Act for paving, lighting, and improving the town o
February 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
Tim BRITISH ESSAYISTS.

Tim BRITISH ESSAYISTS.

This day are pnblished, very handsomely printed in Fortyfive V o l umes; royal ismo. with Ten highly-finished Portraits, 'en4ra‘ , ..l by R. Cooper, and with a copious General Index, price IW. 10s. boards, dedicated to the Right lon. George Can THE BRITISH ESSAYISTS; contaiping
February 14, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CHICHESTER:

CHICHESTER:

A little,before eleven o'clock on Tuesday morning ; the candidates proceeded to the scene of action, the Guildhall.; : the first in the field were the pink and purple (Sir Godfrey Webster), headed by the Sussex band in plain clothes, attended by a numerous train of white boys an
February 14, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
tOnts of the lion. MeMiler should know of what airaii their . Petition- for economy was likely_to be. .- If

tOnts of the lion. MeMiler should know of what airaii their . Petition- for economy was likely_to be. .- If

the people itisheit . their prayers to be attended to, they should-co-niiider who were the Members sent to present then'. : Mr. RICE said he should continue to give his vote according At the same time he thought no _Mem ber ou g ht .to be,called to the Merits of the measures .su
February 18, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
COAL MARKET, FEBRUARY 17,

COAL MARKET, FEBRUARY 17,

Ships at Market. - Ships sold. Price. 140 Niitreitstle 37 Sunderland 35 37s 6d. to " 1 Cinders 1 , ~ __-.... BIRTHS. Of a son, at Viscount Sidmouth's,R o ich Richmond Rev. nd u Park,yes .41. 1e d , r ' day, February 17, the Lady of the lion , a dinington. ' On Wednesday the 12th
February 18, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

- (From the London New Price Current of Feb. lg.) COTTON.-The purchases by private contract since fast consist of 2,150 bags, viz.-600 Pernambuco 11-id. fair, and 120. good fair; 120 Cearas 11d. good; • 100 Boweds 61 6 ;j . ordinary, 70. fair old; 500 Bengal 50. and id. fair, *d
February 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

The young man who at his first exittnination - gave his name Charles James Kerfoot, was yesterday brought from the new prison, Clerkenwell, for re-examination, upon a charge ol riding away with a horse - belonging to - Mr. Mann, a ridingmaster, at Brighton, and uttering two forg
February 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
NUMBER 19.

NUMBER 19.

February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England