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PRICE OF FLAX, per Ton. Riga, PTR £.58 to f.s9—Do. PDR £59 to Peteraburgli, 12 head, i:.52

PRICE OF FLAX, per Ton. Riga, PTR £.58 to f.s9—Do. PDR £59 to Peteraburgli, 12 head, i:.52

February 18, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

PA RAS, FEB. S.—The MoiliteTtr of this day gives the following additional particulars relative- to the apprehension of Never. It seems th%t he has been for several days concealing himself from the reach of the police. It has bees ascertained that several gunsmiths and venders of
February 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF FLAX, per Ton. Riga, PTR I:58 to f:s9—Do. PDR £.59 to VW. Petersbargh, 12 head, 52

PRICE OF FLAX, per Ton. Riga, PTR I:58 to f:s9—Do. PDR £.59 to VW. Petersbargh, 12 head, 52

February 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
OPHTHALMIC INS-TITUTION.

OPHTHALMIC INS-TITUTION.

Sir RONALD FERGUSSON moved for an account of the expens,es, distinguisbinj the salaries of Sir William Adams, attendants, mad servants, from commencement. i Mr. F. LEWIS hoped for a committee of inquiry, n order to give Sir W. Adamson opportunity of vindication. Mr. H. G. BENNET
March 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
" build, not boast, a generous race !"

" build, not boast, a generous race !"

With regard td the charge, we think the Judge gave Messrs. JoMe a kind hint how they may safely sustain their argument in future; but his lordship's position that Messrs. Jonio should have prosecuted Lord Quensberry for his ejectmcnts, instead of blaminz him in print, is rather
March 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF THE DAUGHTER OF THE DIIKE AND DUCHESS OF CLA:RENCE.

DEATH OF THE DAUGHTER OF THE DIIKE AND DUCHESS OF CLA:RENCE.

The infant Princess Elizabeth died yesterday morning, at one o'clock. It will be recollected that she was prematurely born; but notwithstanding this circumstance she was rapidly gaining health and strength till the sudden changes of the weather began to affect . her. On Thursday
March 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
SATURVAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

SATURVAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

• LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S OFFICE, March 9. Notice is hereby given, that .his Majesty will a Levee at Carlton-house, on Wednesday the 21st inst., at 2 o ' clock. BANKRUPTS. C. Coates, ,New Bond-street, druggist, to surrender, March 17, 2 1, April 21, at Guildhall: solicitors, Messrs.
March 11, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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March 5, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
display.. his talents information- in ,a theatre; but, after advancing honourable. einiracter'in his profcssion—when his heart beat high with hope,

display.. his talents information- in ,a theatre; but, after advancing honourable. einiracter'in his profcssion—when his heart beat high with hope,

and the prospect of success ought to have opened on his talents and attainments, he was obliged to stay short, in a state of gloomy hopeless despondency, at the outer door of the temple, not allowed to step over the threshold to acquire any ,of .those honours which invited his m
March 5, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA. DRURY-LANE.

THE DRAMA. DRURY-LANE.

Miss WILSON'S lyrical powers were on Thursday evening submitted to an ordeal of the highest importance. To that period her course had been transcendently brilliant and successful. Her Mundane, distinguished by nearly every excellence that art and nature could supply, realized an
March 5, 1821 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England