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LAW- INiELL MENCE.. Fittrryi; 18.

LAW- INiELL MENCE.. Fittrryi; 18.

LAW - INiELL MENCE.. Fittrryi; 18. IN, MATTER OP EIOWARI) ign - dtBB§,c.BAW4UPTS. 11-loaN . E begged to state that vi.hen discussed a few days ago,. With respect ,to the Messenger's hill, it swas.ordertki that all' the money then alluded to . should be paid . into: Court, to abid
April 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
, COURT OF KING'S BENCH, PRIDAY, Arun 18.

, COURT OF KING'S BENCH, PRIDAY, Arun 18.

munscorr v. N ARSTI AND: CO. ; Mr. Por,Locw moved for a - role to show cause why the yerdict in this ease for the Waiutiff "shotild not be set aside, and a ponsuit entered. defentlirnt;s were and stakeliAlers of a stun of 4531., in pursuance of a contract between tile plaintiff
April 19, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 31, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

°lntnission in the Royal Regiment of Fifeshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Captain Robert Douglas to be Captain, vice Ayton, resigned. •• BANKRUPTS. E. Dodd, M anc h e ster, to surrender May 16 , 17 , and • .,":•`'llne 10, at one, at the George Inn, Liverpool. Attorneys, Idr. e . rump Liv
April 30, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
IN TERM.

IN TERM.

MIDDLFNEX. LON DON . Monday.... April 21 - Wednesday: - ... - -- ... - . .April 23 Monday .... 28 Friday May Friday • May 9 Saturday.... 10 • ' AFTER . TF.R3I - . Tuesday ' 13 I Wddue5day.............14 Sit at half-past 12 o'clock on the 21st, 23d, 28th' of April, and of May; an
April 30, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
SUPPRESSION OF TOTIIILL-FIELDS QUEEN-SQUARE.

SUPPRESSION OF TOTIIILL-FIELDS QUEEN-SQUARE.

_ _ . . :- This case came on yesterday, pursuant to adjournment, t o. give Messrs. Mann and Hopkins, who were interested in the keeping of - the Fair, an opportunity of. showing by 'what authority the Fair has been held. The only answer- that could 'be given was—custom; and that
April 30, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
• I - ranee obtained possesaion of Spain, it could be but . I ..e.nTerary possession. in order to make

• I - ranee obtained possesaion of Spain, it could be but . I ..e.nTerary possession. in order to make

the posseision • er. pa' b 3, Prance dangerous to England; she must . remain in that possession Tor, a Considerable periods . -But did not, the. experience uf late years prove. the liopel • eSsness , of. any such expectation on the part of : Prance? Did• it not prove , the insup
April 29, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
Seotlaf ,id ••and to withliOlfl - it from part Of theitate . . . had been declared by every English

Seotlaf ,id ••and to withliOlfl - it from part Of theitate . . . had been declared by every English

writer . , by every 4ng-li s ! ) 'speaker, and by every English .reasoner of any celebrity, , a course of . policy unjust to the people, and not safe with respect to the Security of the empire.— . __ _ (Hear.) Lord BINNING entered his pretest against the assertion that this Moti
June 3, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
– tr'at- • ,

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- tr'at- • , 4 jV;- , t - would faill into 'their ranks, and the 'cliftcutty of 'ionvicting a poacher . would be increased in the same pro'portion the numbers increased, slielte s They woUld be by the licenses to granted. fie de'claret] that he looked upon field sports as a 'pait
June 3, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England
 
'COUNCIL OF MINISTERS

'COUNCIL OF MINISTERS

" A Regency, during the captivity of the King, as just been nominated. It is composed of the Duke del Infantado, President, the Duke de Mcnitethar, Baron d'Eroles, the Bishop of . Oima, and M. Calderon. There is nothing new here—all is perfectly quiet." FOURTH CORPS. REPORT OF T
June 3, 1823 - New Globe - London, London, England