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LAW INTELLIGENCE. .COURT OF KING's BENCH. OLDHAM INQUEST.

LAW INTELLIGENCE. .COURT OF KING's BENCH. OLDHAM INQUEST.

TFIR KING V. FARItaND, ESQ. _ Mr. Serjeant Caoss rose to shew catiNe against the rule for a Mandamus to compel the defendant, one of Coroners for the County of Lancaster, to proceed wiih the Inquest on the body of Lees, who was alleged .to ha lost his life by violence on tire I
December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
att et ocraiD. i r T. , Of CORN EXCHANGE, MARI* 1 - r — r i A v '

att et ocraiD. i r T. , Of CORN EXCHANGE, MARI* 1 - r — r i A v '

a i s ; li c e FRIDAY, DEc. 3 —Having but few ; r the trade is exceedingly dull, and rather e cheav er. wise. Barley is also cheaper ; Beans are D'•,, Pease are much the same as last week. but little doing. , Return Price of Grain 3. 5. Eris. Sc Kent Wheat 50 60 Pine . b 0 64 Su
December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
'in expectation, says, that this question was agitated in 1656, and that a Petition from Nottingham was rejected in 1813:

'in expectation, says, that this question was agitated in 1656, and that a Petition from Nottingham was rejected in 1813:

these entries, he says, established the rule. So in these legitimate times the House of Commons can take a precedent from Cromwell's creatures! and on this ground 468, Petitions of the People were rejected. No reason was suggested ; the Parliament . stuck . to the precedent of 0
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
TUESDAYS GAZETTE.,, BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED, William Clark, Leicester-street, Leicester-square, tailor, from Jan. 1 to Feb. 19. BA NKRUPTS. W. Nixon, Rugelv,

TUESDAYS GAZETTE.,, BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED, William Clark, Leicester-street, Leicester-square, tailor, from Jan. 1 to Feb. 19. BA NKRUPTS. W. Nixon, Rugelv,

Stati.rd, farmer. H Bristol, merchant. J. Grafton, Stroud, Gloucester, shoe-maker. P. T. Sharrock, Preston, music-vender. G. Booth, Peter's-lane, Liverpool, woolen-draper. Bryan, Llangnollo, Radnorshire, farmer. R. Myers and J. Hoboes, Newcastle-tipon-Tyne, linendrapers. J. Pick
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
WOO a. d. e: d B P.SheeP , L e ci a . 4 6 a 5 0 --m i

WOO a. d. e: d B P.SheeP , L e ci a . 4 6 a 5 0 --m i

d . 2 . d .. . dd ' . t 0tt ! ,, , , th s .3,gol.lsp ; ' .46 3, 64 ,ii Segovia 3 6 a 4 3 Soria '2 9a 4 0 Eng. Mer. washed (2 9a f ,0 • Seville 2 0 a 3 6 -- in grease 1 iv a i 0 Saxony, Ist: '7 6a 9 0 South Down f 1 8 2 0 2d. 4 0 a 'T 0 I Western German. fin Ist. 4 6 a 6 6 I Long
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF SUGAR, COFFEE, COCOA, and 122 a I Ordinary a Jamaica Brown 56 a 58 Triage . a Mid.

PRICES OF SUGAR, COFFEE, COCOA, and 122 a I Ordinary a Jamaica Brown 56 a 58 Triage . a Mid.

60 a 62 Mocha $ IP , Pine '72 a 84 . Bourbon 6a 10 Powder Lvs, 91 a 11% St. Domingo 0 I 15 Single do. 89 a Itfl Java Molasses 28 a cacoA. s 100 . COFFEE. . Trinidad °I 4 Demerara, fine 145 a 150 Caracca • Good 136 a 14 , 2 GlNcsito a ." Oidinary 128 a 134 Jamaica, white 31 „ Jam
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
SIDNEY. MINGO PARK.

SIDNEY. MINGO PARK.

An article , was ,inserted in the newspapers some time ago inquiring into the , probability of the celebrated Mango Park being still in existence. Sonic allusion was therein , made to information stated to have been obtained from a conversation with Mr. fVathaniel , Pearce, at J
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
FIR'ES.'

FIR'ES.'

Thursday morning, at two o'clock, a fire broke out in the -• premises of Messrs. Gray and Hull, chair and bettstead manse- . facturers, of' No. 2, Newman-street, Oxford-street,' wheels commenced by some shavings catching tire in the workshop. It was discovered in its infancy, an
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
FATAL PUGILISM.

FATAL PUGILISM.

A severe battle was fought on Monday at Sealesworlh, near Woodford, between Geo. Clowes, a farrier, and Stephen Grist, a paviour, originating out of a dispute at a public house about Christmas boxing. Both men started off to fight in a state of inebriation, and the conflict was
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
. BETTING AT TATT ERSALL's, JANUARY 21. • . DERBY. • 11 to 1 .agst Mr. Pierse's C. 17 to

. BETTING AT TATT ERSALL's, JANUARY 21. • . DERBY. • 11 to 1 .agst Mr. Pierse's C. 17 to

1 agst c. out of Briseis ~. 13 to 1 agst Doke 18 to 1 apt Pindaree .16 to I. agst Brother to 20 to 1 agst any other. . blucher OA - KS. .4 to 1 agst Doke of Rutland's Sorcery f. RIDDIESWORTH. 9.t0 2 agst Mr. Vansittart f 7 to 1 agst Pindaree. FILLY CLASS. .Even betting on the So
January 30, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England