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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
 
• . •DEATH OF IL R. HIGHNESS THE DUKE et? .fr. 7.77.

• . •DEATH OF IL R. HIGHNESS THE DUKE et? .fr. 7.77.

• . •DEATH OF IL R. HIGHNESS THE DUKE et? It is with deep regret we announce the death of his Royal Highness Prince Edward Duke of iient, nt his cottage at Sidmouth, in Devonshire, at ten o'clock, on Sunday morning. The violence tif his disease threatened from, the beginning a fa
January 30, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
dead body of her intended husband.

dead body of her intended husband.

SHOCKING ATTEMPT AT SUICID .E. On Thursday morning the crew of the Bee, a Scotch y a smack, lying off Downes's-wharf, near the Towel , by the report of a pistol-shot fired in the cabin ; vpco, went to the door, which, being fastened, they force Yin d and discovered Mr. Green, th
January 30, 1820 - 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
 
FOREIGN PAPERS.

FOREIGN PAPERS.

• We learn from the Papers brought by the Dutch Mail that very considerable reductions are about to be made in the army of Hanover. The population of that kingdom does not . exceed 1,300,000 seuls; and yet the infantry alone has hitherto consisted of 39 regiments . , each having
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
EX ECUTION:

EX ECUTION:

, F r i d , s 4 Y moi rnng w e Mr. Sheriff Turner attended at 0 carry into effect the last melancholy mandate t the following unfortunate persons, convicted t "lia l clutter Sessions :—J. Booth, for purloining money a t that pused through his hands in the capacity cl er k ; and
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England