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Mr. Battier has publishvd a very spirited reply to Sir lierbert Taoor's Lord Londonderry's letters. -.The rollowinif are extrdcts On my first entrance into the regiment, I was passed over in my turn for guard, though I had previously acqnsieted• ttir George Quentin, thron;zh the
April 11, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT! SUPERIOR WATERPROOF BEAVER HATS. ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT! SUPERIOR WATERPROOF BEAVER HATS. ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

UGH FRANKS & Co., 70, Cheapside, corner or Queen Street, respectfully submit for Sale, a very superior kind of Hat, manufactured of such materials as to merit the approbation, and be worthy of the patronage of the Public. Their peculiar qualities free them from the effect incide
April 25, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
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April 25, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
pt-.)llEinN INT ELLICiENC P., ---.as..—••

pt-.)llEinN INT ELLICiENC P., ---.as..—••

The term% in which the French monarch announces the triumph of the son of his heart must be read with iutererd by ail lovers of parental .exultisSion i excellence.— The document is notworthy of much consideration. GIiNTLEMEN-1 am happy at Wing ableto congratulate myself with You
March 28, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT.

CHIT CHAT.

" I had used," says Sir F. llenniker, in his visit to E2ypt, " my utmost endeavours to purchase a headdress of shells, (worn by the women on the Oosis Boris) but coold not obrain the object of anxiety, nor the reason why .; at length, on the point of goimr away, when all the vil
March 28, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
HIGH COURT OF DELEGATES.—SATuRnkY.

HIGH COURT OF DELEGATES.—SATuRnkY.

BRISTO v. BRISTO.—This was a suit instituted by Sir Wastel Bristo, Bart. against Lady Bristo for a separation by reason of adultery. The cause has been several times decided during the several years it has been under the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, but carried by appeal into ot
May 30, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
PARTAAIII,74NT.

PARTAAIII,74NT.

PARTAAIII ,7 4NT. OF' TI-FE DAY, roit 1: Cattle 111-treatinent Bill ;—Furtliur Report. 2. Judges in Wales Bill ;—Committco. .-..,3-r.—Qergy-,ltesi.tlUnce (Ireland) Bill ;--) Further Consideration ot Report. 4.—County Rill ;—Further Consideration of Report. 5. 'fithe Composition (
March 21, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
1.--Vagrants Bill, —Further Consideration of Report. 2.—Clergy Residence (Ireland) Bill ;—Report. 3.—Four per Cents. Repayment Bill ;—Third Reading. NOTICES OF

1.--Vagrants Bill, —Further Consideration of Report. 2.—Clergy Residence (Ireland) Bill ;—Report. 3.—Four per Cents. Repayment Bill ;—Third Reading. NOTICES OF

MOTIONS.—WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1824. I.—Sir Robert Shaw,—Correspondence between the Post Office and Mr. Watt, relative to the boilers of the Royal Sovereign Steam Packet, and the Report of the Engineer thereon. 2.—Mr. Alderman Ileygate,—To repeal the forfeitures and penalties incur
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES.-JuNE l.

CERTIFICATES.-JuNE l.

C. S. Desanges, North Crescent, Bedford square, merehant— APAdam, Leicester, draper—NV. Daffarn, Reading, coach master—J. Marlton, Stroud, Gloucester, engineer—W.Soushworth, Sharpies, Lancaster, whitster—P. Aldersey, Literpool, grocer—J. R. Saxby, Southwark, hop merchant—J, J. R
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
Jist published, in 12mo. price 4s. boards, AN ANiLYSIS of PALEY'S EVIDENCES of CHRSTIANITY, in the way of Question and

Jist published, in 12mo. price 4s. boards, AN ANiLYSIS of PALEY'S EVIDENCES of CHRSTIANITY, in the way of Question and

Answer, designed forthe use of Students in Divinity, as well as for counteractin: the progress of Infidelity amongst the middle classes of seiety. Printed fo G. and W. E. Whittaker, Ave Maria-lane, London; and R.Newby, Cambridge.
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England