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Then Was said,

Then Was said,

Glory be to God on high, and on earth peace; good will towards men. We praise thee; We bless the ' e• we worship thee ; we glorify thee; we give thiliks to thee for thy great glory, 0 Lord God, heavenly King, God the Father Almrglity. 0 Lord, the only begotten Son, Jestt Christ.
July 21, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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't x t of „ r r 044 Aot ir - LONDON, - SUNDA-IC, JULY 'MI 1821. t) v NEXT TUESDAY. lA.INZARD & CO. respectfully announce the New Scheme, to be drawn in Three Days, riz. 10th, 17th, and 21st July - which contains 1 - of - $25,000 [ 1 - of $lB,OOO 1 - - - 24,000 [ 1 - - 15,000 2 -
July 9, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
PRICE 7 Mr. KEAN.—By Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers'-cur Ludgate-street, and C. Chapple, Pall-mall, price Is. N. XII. embellished with a

PRICE 7 Mr. KEAN.—By Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers'-cur Ludgate-street, and C. Chapple, Pall-mall, price Is. N. XII. embellished with a

superb engraving of Lord of Cherbury, of OXBERRY'S - - FLOWERS OF LITERATURE; or, Encycloptedia of Anecdote, a well-diversified Collection in History, Biography, Poetry, and Romance, Essays, Jeux d'Esprits, Traditionary Relici, Critical Scraps, (of "pith and moment") with Transl
July 9, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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U - II.Kt NG EDWARD'S CtiAl (couunonly called ST. EDWARD'S CHAIR), is a very ancient chair of solid hard wood, with back and sides of the same, variously painted, in which the kings of Scotland Were heretofore constantly crowned; but being brought out of that kingdom by the victo
July 9, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
FIE OBSERVER.

FIE OBSERVER.

LONDO.) JUbY S. THE QUEEN'S LET7'ER TO THg KING, CLAIMING HER RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CORONATION. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR MAJESTY, The persecuting spirit of your advisers demands an appeal to the nobleness of your Royal mind, disconcerted by the failure of all their attacks upon
July 9, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
THE QU4RTER'S REVENUE.

THE QU4RTER'S REVENUE.

The government, published on Friday what is called the Official Statement, by which it was made to appear there would only be a deficiency in the quarter ending April the sth, of 19,36701. The following statement, from The Chronicle of yesterday, places the account in a very dif
July 8, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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July 15, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
NEXT TUESDAY. "Ur AZAR D and Co. respectfully announce , ALL MUST BE DRAWN IN TWO DAYS, NEXT TUESDAY. July

NEXT TUESDAY. "Ur AZAR D and Co. respectfully announce , ALL MUST BE DRAWN IN TWO DAYS, NEXT TUESDAY. July

17, and Saturday, July 21. State of the Wheel. £25,000! £15,000! £20,000! 1 £3000! £20,000! I £3,000! 2 £2,400-2 £1,200 Three per Cent. Consols, Besides numerous other Prizes. Above Half the Capitals and other Prizes must be drawn NEXT TUESDAY. Tickets and Shares, warranted undr
July 15, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
and fro, which seemed to excite much displeasure among' the crowd, which was testified by hissings and hootings.-H It was

and fro, which seemed to excite much displeasure among' the crowd, which was testified by hissings and hootings.-H It was

about twelve o'clock that the procession entered the Park.
August 19, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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August 19, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England