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Who not heard the town ,of Nismes wadi Frightful cries : The King has proscribed ail t. Protestan:., l—fie wishes

Who not heard the town ,of Nismes wadi Frightful cries : The King has proscribed ail t. Protestan:., l—fie wishes

to rid -France of them ! LA us hare another St. Bartholomew t Were not the bloody preparations for re-neting, that biirtible massacre begun? And was not the Prel,,et 'obliged to call in the a‘siStance of the Austrian troops, whtsarrived on the. e v e of that amiiversitry So oppr
November 29, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC CAUSE, FREDERIC-1 OF W.II"ERLOO.

THE PUBLIC CAUSE, FREDERIC-1 OF W.II"ERLOO.

We have much pleasure in publishing the following anecdote, as stated to us by Mr. Surgeon Oliver, as it reflects equal honour on an humble warrior, his faithful wife, the °beers of,the York Depot, and the kind hearteduess of his Royal. Highness the Commander-in-Chief:— Elizabet
November 29, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
HATTON-GARDEN.

HATTON-GARDEN.

Thomas 'Young, iharged with stealing n quantity of minable printed paper from Jr. Bensley, his employer, uhith he sold a; w iste paper to James Fran:is, who keeps a statione 's shop in Cross-street, Hatton-Garden, was brouot up on • Friday, and onfessed that about eight weeks be
November 29, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
No. 5

No. 5

'COND Pi:NePniece‘l:ninr( d OMeslic the imp°, tk'rers thfy then expl ess p horrit tfestroyin( mitted by 'Lnd the te *jags of ti 'Lath, or of Europe the Fren• were the other Eut ? maw n k Treaty 'Louis the Pranc e " dotrn by ti Are not trlent Nwcal pu of the not e lt% 'e "le Trea
November 29, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
Price of BREAD this week.—The Quartern Loaf 8d to lid. UXBRIDGE. Corn-Inspector's Return.—Tnn asDAY. Wheat per Id. Eil 0.. to

Price of BREAD this week.—The Quartern Loaf 8d to lid. UXBRIDGE. Corn-Inspector's Return.—Tnn asDAY. Wheat per Id. Eil 0.. to

.MO3. Beans... 31s. Od. to 31s. 04 Barley per qr. Vs. Od. to 30s. Od. Old ditto. 345. Od.to 375: Oi Oats 256.0 d. to 30s. Od. Peas ....38s. Oil. to 41s. 04
November 29, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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February 14, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
PRI CE ,Bld. SLAIE TRADE.

PRI CE ,Bld. SLAIE TRADE.

An able Pamphlet has just been published, Contain s ing , ao Inquiry into the Right and Duty of compelling Spain to relinquish her Slave Trade in Northern Africa,—which brings to view in another instance the ingratitude and depravity of the restored Government of Spain. In retur
January 10, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
ike finances,.laid.4 7 23 millicins,,there.are two new heads in. duded, viz. :-1,500,000 I'M- the share of the kingdom of •

ike finances,.laid.4 7 23 millicins,,there.are two new heads in. duded, viz. :-1,500,000 I'M- the share of the kingdom of •

the Netherlands, in the payrnelit of the Russian debt, and . 475,000 for , the Atistro4leiginn debt. The projet cif the law respecting, the revenues of the States (properly. the • Ways alit! Means ) begins' thus, We William, &e. considering that the union of. the Netherlands int
January 10, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
_BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED.

_BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED.

S.Henrickson,Liehtleld, cotton-spinner, from Jan. 13, to Fe 11 . 124. Benet° Cohen, George-street, ?theories, London, merchant, from Jan. 6, to Feb. 24. D. Fowler and.R. Green, Lime -street, London, merchants, from Jan 13, to 23 BANKRU - PTCY SUPERSEDED. W.Forstcr, of the Townsh
January 10, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
FINE ARTS

FINE ARTS

We Understand the Directors of the British Institution, intend this season, to treat the Public with an exhibition of Pictures of the Italian Schools. We cannot enough commend that spirit which animates them in the task they have imposed upon themselves, and which leads them to
January 10, 1816 - Public Cause - London, London, England