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nIPERIAL PAIIXJAMENT•

nIPERIAL PAIIXJAMENT•

4 ROM OF COMMONS.WEDNESD.I Y. Mr. Robarit presented a petition, from certain Unitarian Dissenters, praying - for an alteration in the Marriage-Act.—Ordered to lie on the table. _ Mr. Barnet obtained leave to bring in. a BM to amend the law respecting accessaries before the fact
April 21, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
STAIR.

STAIR.

This was an action brought for the reeovery of twe bills oI exchange, for 3001. and 5001. dated "Brussels, 10th and 20t1 May, 1516," driwn by Edward Magrah, and accepted by the defendant, (then Mr. Dalrymple,) indorsed by Magrah to the bankrupt, who was a coach-builder, and paya
April 21, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
ALIEN BILL.

ALIEN BILL.

The prder of the Day for the second reading of the Mien Bill we read: Sir J. APlniosla strongly opposed the bill; he tnoved thatinstead of '• now," the Bill should be read "this day six noguths." Mr. Plunkett defended the Bill, which he contended was orecessary on political grou
June 16, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
SOCIETY FOI: THE PRO' AGAINST ROGUES .

SOCIETY FOI: THE PRO' AGAINST ROGUES .

The Secretary to the Protect on of Trade, has info that the persons undernani, Mackenzie and Co. 16, Lewis and Co. Merchants and J. Leary, Tailor, Fend are reported to this Society t to he balloted for as member! James Cant, lately mentic monger's Shop in Cow Cross Andrew Thomps
June 16, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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October 6, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
JOHN BULL.

JOHN BULL.

READING SUBSCRIPTION BILLIARD AND AD- INC; ROOMS, 24, 1821. A General Meeting of the Members of this Sosiety, convened by publ:c advertisement, was this .day held, for the purpose of having laid before them a letter received by the President from Mr. Nicholas Bull; the lion. Dav
October 6, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
LITPEF.I7-ILL PATILIAVIENT•

LITPEF.I7-ILL PATILIAVIENT•

HOUSE OP LORD:;-MOND AY. The Earl of Donoughtnore took the oaths and his seat count Hutchinson of the United Kingdom. His supporters , were Lords Melville and Anson. _ _ The Coanty Gaol Bill and several private Pills were brought front the . House of Commons. Foui of Shaftesbury
June 9, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL DI-STRINS.

AGRICULTURAL DI-STRINS.

The Marquis of Londonderry then rose to move the order of the day, for House going into a Committee upon the Corn bill: he stated that his right hon. Friend (the Chancellor of the Exchequer) had a Resolution to propose- -he had no difficulty in stating now, that it was not his i
June 9, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
SPIRITS

SPIRITS

'the .Cordializt'd Gin,9s 6d and 1 its.6l 011 i Jamaica Rum Old Coguiac . . . 24s and 26s Od' tWand, pure notterdwn . . 26s Od
August 18, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
_ A great sensa:ion was produced . on Monday in this metropol s by the sudden death of the Alarquis

_ A great sensa:ion was produced . on Monday in this metropol s by the sudden death of the Alarquis

of LondOnderry. The melancholy intelligence readied the publicofficeS early in the morning, and by ( ne or two o'clock had spread int - ) the City. •The accounts, both-in the;west end of the Town and City, were at first, listened to with more incredulity. He had so recently appe
August 18, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England