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ROY4L M4RRL4GE.

ROY4L M4RRL4GE.

- `Thursdayjteing the day appointed fer solemnizlng the nuptials ofthe''Princess Charlotte of. Wales, the presumptive heiress tf these Realms, with, Prin. Leopold of Cohaurg-, public curiosity Was - wounds up to the highest pitch. At an -early hour the space Clarence House Nvith
May 8, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
Fotwrlt INTrKi,t6tIATORY, F Ea. 11. '

Fotwrlt INTrKi,t6tIATORY, F Ea. 11. '

Papers pmdtr•Tol conSisfinz—ist. Of collection okfiverreopies ) in sheets, relative to the rstfair of Marshal Nes - , and of 'divers other political pamphlets --=t,;(l. 'A Collection of family Ict , ° baervation's Jon o travels, and addressed to Brto.e, 'rota COnstantinople, Ale
May 8, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF POI'SONING.

CHARGE OF POI'SONING.

Elizabeth Mary Miller, aged 10, was indicted for the wilful marder of Elizabeth Anne Newvtri,, bylatlininisteritrg to her cervoin deadly poison, called arsenic, in the palish of St. Mary, Lanibeth, ori: the 13th of September last . • Espinasse stated the case on part of the pros
April 10, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
PRICE QF SUGARS, per Ckvt, J.4nutica—Brii.7lv. a 7gt. a Middling, th a 1.,34. Doable 1501. a 15Sc. Haw, Good, Ni.

PRICE QF SUGARS, per Ckvt, J.4nutica—Brii.7lv. a 7gt. a Middling, th a 1.,34. Doable 1501. a 15Sc. Haw, Good, Ni.

a litty. „ 11mi , br0 . ... 120 y. a Antigua—Broon,73s. a r.),. ''': 'I Jllt tift, a Middling so,. a ti 2,. I Nlulasge. 25, tod. , Good a Ili,
April 10, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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February 28, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
'HOUSE

'HOUSE

Cotrucil wer( ott, autl Bay the former the cause Olc costs. Lord Govice Bill, were The Glass Lord MELV I Courts-1 months. on Noble Lord wl Agreed to.— Earl Gowur imssed.". The Cochitki reported. • The Duke° Jection Of the and co conte which it was the internal d part of the U ti
February 28, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
TREATI

TREATI

The Marquis of LA NSDO %V NE moved for account of the *phis paid to or by Governments Hanover and 13runs- P , ick Lun e burgb, on account of the Treaties concluded at ! ) aris in August last.—Adj ,, urned to Monday. MONDAY. • • The house met at ten o'clock in the morning and CUP
February 28, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
14W INrELLIGEATE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Fyn. 22.

14W INrELLIGEATE. COURT OF KING'S BENCH, Fyn. 22.

INFLUNGEMENT OF PATENT. - LOUD COCHRANE versus SMETHURST. This was an action brought by Lord Coehrane against the Defendant, who is a - great' lamp manufacturer, for an infringeMent of his Lordship's patent. The Noble Lord, our readers are, no doubt, aware, has" made some ingeni
February 28, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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February 28, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

BOIN-STREET. On Tuesday nigh, at the dose of the Opera, the entraweeswere put into a state of confusion by some thieves. Humphreys and Westbiook,, belonging to the Office, were there on the alert, and discovered John Firby,alias Old Firby, among them, an old notorious character.
February 28, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England