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THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

The Wilton Stakes of 10 sovs, each, with 50 sovs. added, for all ages.' Two miles and a distance. The winner of the Manchester Cup, in 1824, to 'carry 31b. extra. Lord Grosrenor's hi. f. Etiquette, 1 yrs old Mr. Houldsworth's h. c. F-arnsfield, 3 yrs old Sweepstakes of 30 soy, e
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
PRIC 7d.

PRIC 7d.

June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
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her. , and pronounced by all , en, " What have you to Bryant, a raal I have this to say your of eggs, at 3 for 2d. me—lts duck,says he,my me to be cure, and boils here to Toomevara will no as I wont be spaking t I the right, Cod save refused to do it ? een made in the law, and .
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1824.

SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1824.

THE 'FUNDS. SATURDAY, AT THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET. The rejection of M. de Villele's Project in the Chamber of Peers appears to have produced an extraordinary sensation, not only in our own market, but! in every part of the Continent where exchanges are' established. We find to-da
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
COURT OF CHANCRRY.—SATunnAv. CONTEMPT OR COURT.

COURT OF CHANCRRY.—SATunnAv. CONTEMPT OR COURT.

IN MATTER OF CRESSIVELL, A LUNATIC. Mr. PEMBERTON stated,' that this was the petition tit Richard Cartcr, the receiver of the real estate, appointed this lunacy, and it prayed, that Mr. Edmund CreSswell , night be ordered to deliver •up possession of the hingtic'o mansion, calle
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
BOW STREE r.-SATuR DAY.

BOW STREE r.-SATuR DAY.

Mr. Thomas Jarvis, an irrii;ortant loolcing personage, who s!ated himself to he a parish constable, aeting in his own right, apidird to the,niagistrates for redress, tinder what considered great ill usage from the police officers on Bow-street estublishment. It will he remembere
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
lIOUS OF COMMONS.

lIOUS OF COMMONS.

WEDNESDAY.—After hearing the Royal Assent given to several Bills (see Lords), on the motions that the report of the Iristi Equitable Loan Bill be read a third time, the House divided, For the Motion, 35—Against it, 17. Report agreed to, and Bill read a third time. The third read
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
PROM LAST 14IGIIT'S GAZETTE.

PROM LAST 14IGIIT'S GAZETTE.

CARLTON lIGUSS, JuNF. 9,1824. The Hine was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood on J- " - ePh Littledale, Esq., one of the Justices of His stajesty's Court of Kings Bench The King has been pleased to appoint Thomas Earl of Kellie to be Liet. tenant and Sheriff-Pri
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
ATCR.IM V.

ATCR.IM V.

onset bloominir from the isey the officer, somewh4t ickle, and covered from itiction, of a consistenve is Worship, in a direct' merchant in the Borough the left, and having self—"Sare, it Shall be oine dis day to my bonek-1 say attendez, des' , elveteen. Your Worship amities—eh
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
DEED. Oa Friday night the 1 lth inst. of apoplexy, at Blackheath' Kent, the Rev. Josiah Conyhere, rector of Bath

DEED. Oa Friday night the 1 lth inst. of apoplexy, at Blackheath' Kent, the Rev. Josiah Conyhere, rector of Bath

Easto Somerset, aged 45.
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England