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dd by their Lordships were, that Deserters, convicted by Courts Martial, shOuld be liable to transportation as felons - ;

dd by their Lordships were, that Deserters, convicted by Courts Martial, shOuld be liable to transportation as felons - ;

but the words " as felons". were left out: the Clause also of sufftring death as felons, in case of being at-large after sentence. had • been left . out. The Amendments of their' Lordships supplied those omissions.
March 19, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES.

PRINCE OF WALES.

• A message from - . the Lords informed the House, that the Prince of Vales' S Annuity Bill and the Irish Revenpe . Bill were agreed to without alteration, and delivered to the House certain Resolutions ot their Lordships respecting the Bill for the better Promulgation of the St
March 19, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
INSCRIPTION

INSCRIPTION

POft MR. GILPIN'S PRINT OF BRITANNIA IN NER C It A DL E. As sick in her cradle poor BRITAIN was laid, Between two silly nurses that rocked her, Oh! PITT, she exclained, pri'thee haste to my aid, Or, you see, I shall die of THE DOCTOR. EPIGRAM. SAVILLE. ADDRESSED TO A STOIC WHO W
March 19, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
EFFINGHAM, NEAR LEATHF.RIIEAD, SURREY. By Mr. CHRISTIE, At his Great Room, in on THUR S DAY the ith of April,

EFFINGHAM, NEAR LEATHF.RIIEAD, SURREY. By Mr. CHRISTIE, At his Great Room, in on THUR S DAY the ith of April,

1803, at One &Clock, AN ELEGANT FREEHOLD VILLA, With stabling for eight horses, two coach-houses, numerous 'attached and detached offices of every deseriptiop, suited to a family ; excellent kitchengarden, cropped and planted, pressure-ground, shrubbery, and three rich paddocks.
March 19, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
,-----..-.-=•-,'- --------‘ , '"''' • •• ' • : : KING'S THEATitE'.I-1E NOBILITY and GENTRY, Subscribers to the :.& "-i

,-----..-.-=•-,'- --------‘ , '"''' • •• ' • : : KING'S THEATitE'.I-1E NOBILITY and GENTRY, Subscribers to the :.& "-i

the PUBL IC, are most respectfully informed, that . it s . BILLINGTON, being . recovered from her !Ong indis- . ition, will make S EVENING' in the favourite t.. her re-app , . . Serious Opera of mEßopr. , ' , t ~„„• t Mu . c by With new scenery, dreises, and deeor.ktions. '. sl
March 19, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CAPITAL PICTURES.-13y-Alr. CHRISTIE,

CAPITAL PICTURES.-13y-Alr. CHRISTIE,

At his Great Room, Pail-Mall, ,bn . FRIDAV Aiarch•4, and following day, at Twelve, by Order Of the Ite pr e,en Pativ e,s, • ASMALL and SELECT COLLECTION of Capital Italian; Flemigh, and Dutch PICTURES, - 0143 property of the late RIC,HARD WALKER, Esq. of • Liverpool, • ,deceased
February 26, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
_ -.-_-_-. • - . . 1 ? "E. 1... , P T I NOBILITY and GENTRY, Subscriber, to the

_ -.-_-_-. • - . . 1 ? "E. 1... , P T I NOBILITY and GENTRY, Subscriber, to the

, Qtietzt, and the Public, are most respectfully itformeci, that the , 1 , : Serice ls Opera is unavoidably postponed on aceoxint of the continued . St , vere iudiiposition of Mrs. Pilliagtun._Tins EVE...N.I I SG will be,per, ' formed the Comic Opera of 1 Dlit BARON'. . The Musi
February 26, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
GRAND STATE LOTTERY ' Begias J:rawin.; 4th Aprll, 1801. THE TICKETS and SHARES are on 'sale..in'greit variety, and at the

GRAND STATE LOTTERY ' Begias J:rawin.; 4th Aprll, 1801. THE TICKETS and SHARES are on 'sale..in'greit variety, and at the

lowest prices, at the Licewtd Ottees of HODGES and Cu. Stock-Brokrs, No. 149, Oxford-street, opposite liond-itrect, and No. 41, S. James'sstreet. Where the following Gapital Prizes in the late Lotteries were sold, shared, and tegist&ed, vir. . . N. 29,467 a Prize of £20,000 1 No
February 26, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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March 2, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON ra.A.s. BEFORE LORD ALVANLEY. TUESDAY, MARCH 1.

COURT OF COMMON ra.A.s. BEFORE LORD ALVANLEY. TUESDAY, MARCH 1.

TOOKE V. STUART. was an anion for a Libel, printed in • the News- Called " 'The" Daily Advertiser and Oracle," on 2 0 1 November, 1802, in these words— Saturday J. T. another defaulter, was placed on the Black 111 "t Me Stock Dechange, with the following addon to his name, lirrn
March 2, 1803 - Oracle and the Daily Advertiser - London, London, England