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LAW INTkLLIGENCE.

LAW INTkLLIGENCE.

• COURT OF KING'S ,BENCH, SATURDAY, JAN. 27. The court was occupied the whole of this day in hearing motions of no public interest; and in the farther discussion of the Colchester case, respecting the right of certain capital burgesses of that borough. Thursday next is the day f
January 28, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
SURREY THEATRE.

SURREY THEATRE.

On Monday evening two new pieces were produced. The rtEs is entitled Figaro, or Lady and the Page; and the other, Tie Blue 8ar0n.,.. Figaro. derives its materials from the celebrated work of Beaumarchais, and from the effective manner in which it is iopresented, appears likely t
January 28, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

4 ,4 01 1, Leantington, 11 1 arwickshire, wine-merchant, to sur-44., i r lfarch 15, 16, April 7, at the Rein Deer, Worcester: soli- Platt, New Boswell-court, Lincoln's-inn. Otken'arbrick, Liverpool, merchant, March 19, 20, April 7, at I'v e. Lion-inn, Liverpool: solicitors, Mess
February 26, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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- 11 0 ;AN I / 2 11114 tertm The Earl of THANET presented, ayetition fr 9ni KeniinlVeaying Mal e 9 t? ight-be , telsioledlyial TA, i es 'FOR of , Lit-N9hoWN - - "reSe; , +rlittrantinloi'Of-theltoticb the ltud liven of his•inteoliOn- to 4 re , 4ippoititintnt of tht -trouniittee
February 26, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
.(sf. • Pr At iCe e. , t Ytei. . 4 leersudlii.6f4l4l4 :AIRE.' ired tragedy of cud to much 01

.(sf. • Pr At iCe e. , t Ytei. . 4 leersudlii.6f4l4l4 :AIRE.' ired tragedy of cud to much 01

0 ure of Fun, or 01 with partial - The jokes- 7 0 " hie result, and manager Wl' is was an ,awed the mart nymph of 0 ' father's house, Ist—the d' otally being obtained , and G e nt le ree should Dot al or suppose lately, had 10 0 ce, since gh to have parts while chard, and Mis! h
February 19, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF BREAD THIS WEEK.

PRICE OF BREAD THIS WEEK.

The bizbest price of the best %V heaten•Bread thr , ughout the metropolis, is stated bj• the priucipnl Bakers to be 1011.1. .the Quarter Loaf, of 41b. soz. , SMITHFIELD. Friday—To sink the ob'al—per stone of SM. Beef 4 0 to 5 0 ( Veal - 4 8 to 6 5 Matto!'
February 19, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
FROM LLOYDs LIST.

FROM LLOYDs LIST.

Harwich, Feh. 12.—" There is a brig on shore on the Main, at Watton in the Naze ; she is from Boston, bound to London, and mast discharge pa r 4 of her cargo bet'ore she can be got off." The schooner Thomas and 'William, Brown, from Sunderland to Plymouth, baying sprung a leak a
February 19, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
BANARUPTS.

BANARUPTS.

P. Smith, sun., P. Smith, jun., and IV. Smith, Burnden, Lancashire, muslin-manufacturers, to surrender, March 16, 17, April 10, at the Garrick's Head, Manchester: solicitor, Mr. Shaw, Ely Holborn. T. Ker, Strand, boot-maker. March 6,7, April 10, at Guildhall : solicitor, Mr. Ste
March 4, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
THE WAR OF BLOOD!

THE WAR OF BLOOD!

The Merlon army having, according to the best accounts, passed the Po, is, in full march for • the Neapolitan frontier, one coluniii direct through Rime, the remainder against the Abruzzi. The documents,which we publish this day,exhibit the policy - of the war to be the preventi
March 4, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
CRIMINAL INFORMATION.

CRIMINAL INFORMATION.

Mr. SCARLETT moved, for a rule to show cause w)y a criminal information should not issue against two persons of the names of Davy and Saowdou, for gross - aause of the procrs of the Court. The facts were these :—Tho defendants were in p irtnership, as traders, in Devonshire; and
February 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England