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CONSISTORY COURT, SATURDAY, FEB. 22.

CONSISTORY COURT, SATURDAY, FEB. 22.

ADULTERY. On Saturday Sir C. ROBINSON held a Con'sistory Court, and in tlac cause Of WILDEY V. WILDEY, _heard counsel upon the admissibility of the libel in a suit which is promoted by . Mr. Wildey, a Paymaster in the army, against his w ife, for n divorce, on•the ground of adul
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

•-.i0..-- HATTON GARDEN. . . On Saturday a fine little girl, eleven years of age, dressed 0 1 a brown cloth pelisse and Ural) beaver bonnet, accompaniedbf her father aml mother, atteihlerd to prefer o charge against diligten; the Rdilkal, now confined in the Ifolfse of treatol!
February 24, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
L4W LVTELLIOENCE. CQUItT or KING'S BENCH, TUESDAY (VHS DAY.)

L4W LVTELLIOENCE. CQUItT or KING'S BENCH, TUESDAY (VHS DAY.)

THE KING r, BARRY E. &AMARA. The SOLICITOR,GENERAL moved for a criminal information agaiust Mr. O'Meara for a Libel in his Book entitled " A Voice from St. Ifelena, The book contained. few direct charges against Sir H. Lowe, but some were -. insinuated in terms as could not be .
February 11, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SURREY FETITION.

SURREY FETITION.

_ Mr. DENISON presented a Petition from the Freeholdeis of the Countyof Surrey convened as he stated, by the High Sherif]; in consequence of a Requisition presented to him signed by three hundred Freeholders of the County;' The Petition itself was signed by five, Freeholders on
February 27, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CORN LAWS.

THE CORN LAWS.

Mr. : WHITMORE rose, pursuant to notice, to bring under the consideration of . the House the laws, relating , to- the trade in Corn. He would; in the outset touck upon the objections which he understood were Made to his introduction of the subject. In the first instance it : was
February 27, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
ant question. The object of the approach to a free trade, which be recommended, was to keep prices steady and

ant question. The object of the approach to a free trade, which be recommended, was to keep prices steady and

low. He did wit mean such low prices as would not remunerate the grower; for when the manufacturer ate his bread at all cheaper than the price at which the farmer eouldbe.remunerated,he deemed that Abe greatest' injury - was done to the general interests of the country.—(Hear, h
February 27, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
WINDOW-TAX.

WINDOW-TAX.

Mr. gave notice that lie should, this year, renew his 'notion for the repeal or the Window Tax, unless one of three contingencies occured---1. That . the country was involved in a war--2. That the motion of Mr. Maberly was carried for the repeal of the whole of the Assessed Taxe
February 12, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
NEAPOLITAN LOAN of 1822.

NEAPOLITAN LOAN of 1822.

EFERRING to the several Advertisements of the 11th and 23d of January last, and sth of February instant, which .have appeared in the Public Papers, giving an extension of time for Payment of the Balances Due upon SCRIP RECEIPTS for the. NEAPOLITAN LOAN, N. M. ROTHSCHILD informs
February 12, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

March 8. J. SheritTe, Farnham, Surrey, grocer, at twelve, at - the Court of Commissioners, London. March 5. W. Wood, Holm Farm, Wetherhy, Yorkshir e. " cattle jobber, at eleven, at the Old Sand Hill Inn York. e March 6. J. Watts, Totness, Devonshire, linen- draper, 91 twelve, at
February 12, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
TROTTING MA TC

TROTTING MA TC

Yesterday morning at eight o'clock, a trotting Tnatch for 500 sovereigns took place at Blackheath, over a piece of ground of two miles, between Capt. M'Outra horse Tally,ho, and Major Wilkinson's grey mare, 'airy Queen; the Gentlemen themselves were the riders. The terms were, W
March 7, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England