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131 PE 1: Llr P:t Itti-I.3IENT.

131 PE 1: Llr P:t Itti-I.3IENT.

131 PE 1: Llr Itti-I.3IENT. NOTICES OF NIOTIONS, AND OR.DERSOF TILE NOW STAND IN TILE Olt 1110 Ii OF TIIF: 110UST:-OF COMMONS, FOlt Tilt ENSUING WEEK. ORDERS OF TUE Div u APRIL 11, IS2I. l:—Prymouth Victualling Office Bill ;—Sec.ond Reading. .I.—Connly Gii . ols Bill ;—Further Co
April 11, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
11 4U A3'res Lons an expected in the course of the next month. - The New Egnitahlet.oan !taut: is rather

11 4U A3'res Lons an expected in the course of the next month. - The New Egnitahlet.oan !taut: is rather

i n disreputi from the opposition made by the pawnbrokers, and the . disappointment experieneed by most of the persons who applied for shares, and who !ate now told that they are . io expect any. They !hat their shares have been dibtribute4l the Dire e torg, many of whom had not
April 11, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE.

DOMESTIC COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE.

HAWKINS and Co. respectfully solicit the attention of the Public to their PORTABLE WATER CLOSETS, constructed on a new principle, and for which they have obtained his Majesty's Letters Patent. They are peculiarly adapted for Sick Chambers, and are at all times indispensably nece
April 25, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD.

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD.

SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1824. We have received Jamaica papers to the 7th Hlt. The most important part of their contents is a letter, addressed by Mr. Huskisson to Mr. Gladstone, of Liverpool. This letter, which we give below, will be read with deep attention. Were it not that it would
April 25, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
. - O.—Exchequer Bills (15,000,000/.) ;..-.Third Reading. 7.—Combination Laws Repeal Bill ;—Second Reading. B.—Warehoused Wheat Bill ;—Purthei Consideration Report. and

. - O.—Exchequer Bills (15,000,000/.) ;..-.Third Reading. 7.—Combination Laws Repeal Bill ;—Second Reading. B.—Warehoused Wheat Bill ;—Purthei Consideration Report. and

Skins , Bill ;—Third Reading. 'lo.—Vagrants Bill-;-7Furthex, Consideration of Report. I l',Examination of Witnesses ;—Second Reading. (Scot ;—Third Reading. • 13.—Law Mer,cha•nt Amendment. Bill ;—Third Reading. 14..—Dub1in Police , 15.HArtizensEinigrati0n Bill ;—Report. I6.—East
May 30, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
TOWN HALL—SATunnAT. -.-......--

TOWN HALL—SATunnAT. -.-......--

A WATCHMAN BIT BY A TIGHESS.----A watch-house charge, the second on the list, being called on, a scuffle was heard in the passage leading to the Justice Room, and exclamations heard " I'm ruined.—l'm destroyed—l won't which was followed by the introduction of a woman her hair ab
May 30, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
i Price One Shilling - and Sixpence, 1 1 RE COLLECTIVE WISDQM ; .or, Lights and , Sketches . of

i Price One Shilling - and Sixpence, 1 1 RE COLLECTIVE WISDQM ; .or, Lights and , Sketches . of

the Chapel of St. Stephen's. The Cuts by ICruikshanks, the DOSCripliOnS by a Member of the . Upper Itedeh " , es. •
May 30, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
DORSET COUNT Y SESSIOXS, 4pnn, 27,

DORSET COUNT Y SESSIOXS, 4pnn, 27,

WITCHCRAFT. THE KING V. R. NORTIIOVER AND MARY NORTHOYER, FOR AF ASSAULT ON PLIZARETTI PARSONS. Mr. briefly opened the case by outlining the evidence which he should have to produce, in order to prove that an assault of a most cruel and violent kind had been committed by the pri
May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
S – LITERATURE.

S – LITERATURE.

S - LITERATURE. The " Periodicals" are in general highly amusing this month, and wit seems to rise with the thermometer. The London Magazine, which came first to hand, has several very entertaining 'articles: among others, one entitled " A visit incog. ; or the devil in Ireland,"
May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY CHRONICLE.

PARLIAMENTARY CHRONICLE.

The Ilotisr, OF Loans met on ‘Vednesday, Thnrsdty, and Friday, and forwarded several Bills in their respective stages. Petitions were presented in favour of the Freemason's of Ireland, and the Negroes in the West lndies. The Gazette of last night contains a notice that his Majes
May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England