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COURT OF SESSION, SCOTLAND.

COURT OF SESSION, SCOTLAND.

, - A very interesting and important ease, respecting the liability of magistrates to account for the misapplication of the reveuues of royal Ourghs, at the instance of the burgesses, was decided in the Second Division of the Court of Session on the 14th inst. Thirty-four burges
January 8, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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January 8, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
oduce of the EXCISE DE any arrears of-thc War D i of January, 1820 and 18 on each head thereof.

oduce of the EXCISE DE any arrears of-thc War D i of January, 1820 and 18 on each head thereof.

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January 14, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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January 14, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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January 14, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
n, - . • BARRY CORNWALL'S WORKS. 1, Just Published. • lIRANDOLA, a Tragedy, in Five Acts, by BARRY CORNWALL,

n, - . • BARRY CORNWALL'S WORKS. 1, Just Published. • lIRANDOLA, a Tragedy, in Five Acts, by BARRY CORNWALL,

Svo. 4s. 6d. sewed. • Colonna, an Italian Tale; with three tiramatic scenes, 3 poems. By the same author. -Bvo. Ss. ad. • A Sicilian Story; with Diego de - Montilla, and other poems. Ds t same anthor. 2nd .edition, Mao - . 7e. Scenes, and otherpoems. By the same author. 2nd 0, o
January 14, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
DESPOTIC PLANS AGAINST THE SENSE OF EUROPE. IN ANSWER TO "THE AUSTRIAN OBSERVER." Sir,—The London Observer of the Times appearing

DESPOTIC PLANS AGAINST THE SENSE OF EUROPE. IN ANSWER TO "THE AUSTRIAN OBSERVER." Sir,—The London Observer of the Times appearing

to have already attracted attention on the Continent of Europe, seems to be a fit channel for remarking upon those local Observers, which can distil nothing but poison from the same flowers whence it produces the richest aliment. The Austrian Observer appears too much influenced
February 5, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD. .. ' Friday—To Sink Cie ogitl—per stone of BM. Beef . .• 4 oto 5 0 I Veal.... ..

SMITHFIELD. .. ' Friday—To Sink Cie ogitl—per stone of BM. Beef . .• 4 oto 5 0 I Veal.... ..

5 4to 7 4 Mutton HEAD OF CATTLE. THIS DAY. .. ' Beasts - - .409 I Calves Sheep - .'• - - ' 2590 I
February 5, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY, Feb. 1.

HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY, Feb. 1.

'The Earl of LTA/Enroot., agreeably to form, laid before the House the despatch addressed to the Allied Sovereigns, through our Foreign missions. It is as follows "Foreign Office, Jan. 19, 1821." Sir,—l should not have felt it necessary to have made any communication to you, in
February 4, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England