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TIOCISF, OF LORDS. There were but very few r,.tds reseet . in the Untom at five o'clock. no whatever was transacted, snd the House adjourned till Monday. • - lier...sE• OF COMMONS. r.trEas ELyTING TO STATE OF TUE COUNTRY. Lord AL.TIIORr wish to the Noble Lord uppo• site, who has
November 28, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
eßartet OcraiD. ____..... 0 0...---.. CORN EXCHANGE, ek i M Alli-LA Ns ',,dietl oilii _FRIDAY, Nov. 26.—We have been sgraleobole

eßartet OcraiD. ____..... 0 0...---.. CORN EXCHANGE, ek i M Alli-LA Ns ',,dietl oilii _FRIDAY, Nov. 26.—We have been sgraleobole

's Grain in general since Monday ' and the, iradeproinces;obrorliti°:l s dull—Fine Wheat maintains last we ferior qualities are lower.—Barlev ,- of w hich than otherwise Return p — ti c l e ' h o e f Oat Gr a 1 n tr o a n d b e 0 a h r a d s has been large from Suffolk. and Norf
November 28, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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SERVER 6

DN EY. In our domestic policy the Ministers of George 1 1 11. -have conducted themselves in a manner equally repugnant to the declared wishes and most obvious interests of the greabodyof the people. They began their inauspicious career by sapping the influence of the natural ari
December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
3Leabing featurtfi of tbe Meek.

3Leabing featurtfi of tbe Meek.

December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
CAR LII.E.

CAR LII.E.

(From the Cuurier ) The following letter has been addressed by this of lender to the Solicitor to the Treasury.:— _ Dorchester-gaol, Sr,-1n consequenceof the seizure of my in:Operty i Feetstreet, and the total stop put to my - business, I am notler the nece,sity of applying to y
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. • J. FLETCIIER, Ripley, dealer. R. Northampton, grocer. A. ALT, Church-street, Lambeth, victualler: W SMITH, New Road, St. Pancras, builder. J. JANCEY,Liverpool, jeweller. J. BATE, Biniley, Staffordshire, millwright. J. LANGDON, Plymouth, victualler. A. BRUCE, Newcast
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
THE KING.

THE KING.

Saturday morning the Duke of York arrived at Windsor Palace, about eleven o'clock, from London, to hold a Council on the state of his Majesty. Soon afterwards arrived the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop•of London, the Lord Chancellor; the Duke of Montrose, , thellarquess Ca
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
WE IGEIT. D. CLEMENT.

WE IGEIT. D. CLEMENT.

WE IGEIT . D. CLEMENT. This action was brought by Mr. Wright, the well-known agent of Cobbett, to recover a compensation in damages for an injury sustained by the publication of false and malicious libels in Cobbett's Weekly Political Register. The first libel was sold by the def
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
OLD BAiLEY.

OLD BAiLEY.

OLD BAiL E Y. FRIDAY, DEC. 10. Richard Harbour was ini . t to - the bar, charged with Stealing silk handkerchiefs, .ribbon, lace, and silk Stockings to a great amount, the proper of Messrs. Todd and Co.; and Charlotte Smith for receiving the same, knowing them to be stolen. The e
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
LiMENTAIILE FACT.—Within the last eleven months, our borough gaol had 1,134 itnuates.—(Leds iller airy. On Sunday week the village of

LiMENTAIILE FACT.—Within the last eleven months, our borough gaol had 1,134 itnuates.—(Leds iller airy. On Sunday week the village of

Comrie, N. B. was visited by a severe shock of an earthquake. It continued ~for about 'tea - seconds, and was felt for several miles round. Mr. Jackson, the Royal Academician, arrived with Mr. Chantry, a few days ago, from Rome. Mr. Turner remains in Italy to execute the commiss
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England