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MONIiAY.

MONIiAY.

Thc, House met at half-past three o'clock, and inalle some orders respect lug Appeals. After waiting till five, the Earl of LIVERPOOL (in the absence of a Noble Lord) presented the Answer of the Prince Regent to the Address of the House, which was ordered to be printed and publi
February 7, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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February 7, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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aturbar tbarttc. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. M. Roberts, Dock-tad, Surrey, grocer. 3. and J. Pallion, Durham, ship-owners.' T. Jones., Bishopwearmontb,.Durbatn, banker. BANKRUPTS Reudle, East•Teigmnouth, Devon, ship-bnilder, Feb 6, 19, ,ITatel) 6. Atty, M. Willituni, Red Lien-0614re
February 7, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
of several persons engaged in that conspiracy.

of several persons engaged in that conspiracy.

A Dutch Mail has arrived, with Papers to the instant. Felix Lepelletier is among the French le' fugees recently arrived at Brussels. Letters from bray, via Brussels, state, "that on the Ist of this the right wing of the Army of OccOation was entirell organised and established in
March 13, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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March 20, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
Nib gorciga POW. , FRENCH PAPERS.

Nib gorciga POW. , FRENCH PAPERS.

Nib gorciga , FRENCH PAPERS. 'TRIAL OF LINOIS.AND BOYER. 'COUNCM OF,YAR._ Paws, 10-.—The whole- of the witnettses present at Paris having been hewrd, they proceeded to - Tend Vie-deposition of those who were distant from Ca pifal:; all these. witnesses repeated the details alread
March 20, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC CAUSE.

THE PUBLIC CAUSE.

London, •Wednesday March 20, 181.6. Paris Papers orFridu and Saturday last were received yesterday.. They contain very little intelligence of interest, being chiefly filled with debates in the Chamber of Deputies upon the Budget. We have in these Papers a curious instance , of j
March 20, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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)orrr-- , FESTIVAL OF ST. • . 1-10,77-7 This feilival was celebrated Monday. the City Of London Tavern, Bishopsgate-street. The Duke of Kent, who had arrived on night from Brussels, for tho purpose Of presiding at the Meeting - , was Chair, The dinner wAs served up at eight o'rcl
March 20, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
ACCID ENTS, OFFEA CES, 4c.

ACCID ENTS, OFFEA CES, 4c.

Monday teattight, Mr. R. Fenwick, o; Cronnywell, not far from Neweutte, unfortunately lost his life by a melancholy aeeitlent. He had gone out with his fowling piece to shoot crows, and on bit re•- • turn, in attempting to open a gate mar his hoist', he set his gun down upon sto
March 20, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
B I RTIIS.

B I RTIIS.

On Saturday, the Oth. athis house in Henrietta-street, the Lady of the Hon. Charles Law, of a daughter. At his Lordship's residence, Hay Hill, the Countess of .Ash. bus [sham, of a daw!hter. At e tampion, Al indlefiez, the lion. Lady Edroon , tone, of a son. tile title January,
January 31, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England