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SERPENTINE RIVER.

SERPENTINE RIVER.

SV 6 ps the periOd when the foreign soveveigns were 41 7 ' 11°1 " tog - other in Hyde Park,• there was not such olioutease show of well-dressed people congregating from all quarters as on Sunday. The th e 14 • e .arriittres were four deep at three o'clock, and erSi an icmbassado
January 16, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
ZuefSbap. HOUSE OF LORDS.

ZuefSbap. HOUSE OF LORDS.

At two o'clock, his Royal Highness the PRINCE REG ENT proceeded in his State Carnage - from St., James's Palace to the .House of Lords, attended by the .usual Officers of State, to open the Session of Parliament. His Royal Highness, on alighting, ,was siiluted by the most cordia
November 28, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

At four o'clock the SPEAKER counted the House, and there being only thirty-eight Members peseta, the House adjourned. The truth is, the Members of the House of Commons were so completely exhausted by the very protracted sittings of the two successive nights, that not more than 3
November 28, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
DISTRESS of the POOR IRISH in ST. GELES'ii.

DISTRESS of the POOR IRISH in ST. GELES'ii.

Envton—As Master' of the Irish Free. Schools in George-street, St. Giles's (which were established in 1813. for the purpose teaching the Irish children to read the Holy Scriptures), I think it a duty I owe a generous British Public thus to express my unfeigned thanks in behalf o
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
" A REFORMER."

" A REFORMER."

The following are the two placards above alluded to : ANOTHER REFORM MEETING AT MANCHESTER.. " To THE UNREPRESENTED PEOPLE OF : GREAT ' BRITAIN AND IRELAND. "FELLOW COUNTRYMEN—You are called upon once mere to attend a Public Meeting. We, • -whose names are undersigned, being inh
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
but such is not the progress of nations. Their advancement in the career of improvement may be factitiously arrested, but

but such is not the progress of nations. Their advancement in the career of improvement may be factitiously arrested, but

their natural tendency is to accumulate additional wealth, and continue permanently to increase in power and population. Now, if this be true generally, it ought in an especial manner to have been experienced in this country during the last forty years. That period has been dist
December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
4.T.ttesoap_. HOUSE OF LORDS

4.T.ttesoap_. HOUSE OF LORDS

The Seditious Meetings Bill was read the third time . , and passed with a few verbal and clerical amendments, not affecting the principle of the measure. An intimation was made during the debate, by Earl GRosvENon, that he would propose a clause . exempting Westminster from the
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
E XTE .N6' IVE BUB BE

E XTE .N6' IVE BUB BE

E XTE IVE BUB BE The hank of Messrs. Smith and Taylor, at Southampton, was robbed of property to a large amount, on last Sunday night. The circumstances were very extraordinary.—lt appears that the iron chest in the Bank, in which money in bills, notes, &c. had been deposited, wa
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BF,Nril.

COURT OF KING'S BF,Nril.

COURT OF KING'S - On 'Thursday Lord Ranelagh was found guilty of having! , applied several offensive epithets to Counsellbr -Adolphus, , for the purpose of provoking' him 'to fight a The: circumstances of-this case aroseoutof a.triat at the Mid.
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
Jacnaie-a-, fine 145 a 150

Jacnaie-a-, fine 145 a 150

Jacnaie - a - , fine 145 a 150 Good 132 a 140 WOOLS s. d. s. d Sp. Sheep, Lion. 4 6 a 5 0 Scv.via 3 6 a 4 3 Soria 4 9a4 0 Seville 2 0 a 3 6 S.,:xoliy, Ist: 1 6a 9 0 2d. 4 0 a 1 0 Gertnan, fin. Ist. 4 6 a,6 6 Bank Stock .. 3 per Cent.redueed 3 per Cent. Consols 31 per Cent 4 per C
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England