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FORRID MURDER:

FORRID MURDER:

[From an American Paper.] • • mq.t.EDp . EVILIA: t o t MAY : . 2g. , • Last evening we were summoned to witness a scene frous which humanity with indignation . recoils ; a kanb, perhaps without a parallel, since the first organisation of dig society. The circumstances are as fol
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
4 Jr ECTELLMENCE COURT OF KING'S BENCH, WESTMINStEIt, Jvt.y 4. THE KINQ v. HIGLEY.

4 Jr ECTELLMENCE COURT OF KING'S BENCH, WESTMINStEIt, Jvt.y 4. THE KINQ v. HIGLEY.

4 Jr ECTELLMENCE COURT OF KING'S BENCH, WESTMINStEIt, 4. THE KINQ v. HIGLEY. This was an: information preferred by . the. CiONVII. ii the nature of a quo unthanto against .111 r. the.owner of the field on which Edmonton Fair is partly held, e requiring him to allow by what author
July 5, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
WRITTEN ii-Y.HIMSELF.

WRITTEN ii-Y.HIMSELF.

Containing a variety of Anecdotes of the most eminent men °r ids time, Extracts from his Private Correspondence and no- Published Poetry, &c. Among the distinguished persons whose names have a place In these volumes, are those of Dr. Beattie, the Earl of Cheriereout, Lord Chatha
July 2, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON:• FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 4.

LONDON:• FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 4.

Bayonne Papers to the 27th last arrived this morning. Their principal feature is an account of the arrival of the Duchess of ANGOULEME in that city. It is said she will go to Irun over the bridge which has been thrown across the Bidassoa. From this it would appear 1 / 4 that her
July 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
WOOD V. WAINWrUGaT.

WOOD V. WAINWrUGaT.

• Mr: C: PHILLIPS introduced this as a very ttggra irated assault, calling for exemplary damages. The parties Were both in the rank of Gentlemen; the plaintiff was an officer in the army, and the defendant a partner in a great gluts warehouse in Conduit-street, and possessed of
July 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
POLIOE.,

POLIOE.,

-.del.-. , SION-HOUSM - , A coteplaint Was made before Alderman Cox, acting for the Lord Mayor while his Lordship was engaged in other public business, by the serang, or boatswain, of several Lascers, and_ the rest of his gang, against the East India Company, for nunallowance of
July 4, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
CURIOUS COM PAN I DNS'.

CURIOUS COM PAN I DNS'.

The City of London presents many curious cases of , companionships. This remark is not meant to apply to ill-assorted marriages, where the young and handsome are tied to the old and ugly; nor to the distribution of property where little hearts are united to large fortunes; nor t
June 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
DUE. ARRIVED. MAILS, Dublin 0 1 Waterford

DUE. ARRIVED. MAILS, Dublin 0 1 Waterford

June 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
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June 28, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
VVEDNESDAYI' EVENING; APRIL 2, 1823.

VVEDNESDAYI' EVENING; APRIL 2, 1823.

VVEDNESDAY I ' EVENING; APRIL 2, 1823. PROM - LIST NIGH7rB GAZETTE. _ BANKRUPTCY ENCARGEb..- . T. 'Wel64:of :Gre . at . Tower-striecwine-:merchant, from: A jrilj sto A . pr . it 19, • . . • • BA NKRUPTS. J. Mandell, of Liverpool; draper, April 23;24, and May 13, atone, at the - O
April 2, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England