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parks, Mr. Hart tved that pe . rsd. ns of ItigW rank ought never to come into contact with those

parks, Mr. Hart tved that pe . rsd. ns of ItigW rank ought never to come into contact with those

of inferio quality, in regard to pecuniary transactions,if th ere was room for any I doubt as to the strict propriety of their &rulings. Mr. Bowyer had no rightto expect the ret urn of lie money he had expended. The illustrious defec dant eienied that he ever agreed, or authoriz
May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
LONDON BERN lAN SOCI ETY.

LONDON BERN lAN SOCI ETY.

A meeting of this Society was held at the Freemason's Tavern yesterday, for the purpose of furthering the agents of this Institution for the promotion of the education of the Irish peasantry. The Marquis of Lansdowne took the chair, in the absence of the Duke of Gloucester. The
May 9, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COARION PLEAS. c' -,-ATURDAY,

COURT OF COARION PLEAS. c' -,-ATURDAY,

COURT OF PLEAS. c' -,-ATURDAY, Sittings at Clui'Ma before thr CHIEF JUSTICE, Sir WM HEST. 310SELY V. AUGIITIE. Mr. Sergeant VAUGHAN moved for a rule to show cause the verdict in this case should not be set aside, or the verdict reduced. The action was tried before Lord Gifford th
May 9, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
Loan LONDONDERRY .4ND Ohl. 11/ITTIER

Loan LONDONDERRY .4ND Ohl. 11/ITTIER

LONDONDERRY .4ND Ohl. 11/ITTIER TO THE EDITOR. 32, Grosvenor-place, May 14. St 11,—It was not my intention to publish in the newspapers any account of the event which occurred between the Marquis of Londonderry and Mr. Battier; but having seen in your Paper of this morning a stat
May 16, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON Pf4EAS,-SITURDAY.

COURT OF COMMON Pf4EAS,-SITURDAY.

77. RIDGWAY. The Court was occupied with this case for a considerable time both on Fridav and yesterday. It was a rule to shew cause why the defendant should not be discharged out of custody, and satisfaction entered on the judgment. Sergeant Vaughan was 'heard at length on Frid
May 16, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Mariaane.

Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Mariaane.

SUPERIOR WINES.—The uniform satisfaction r , LONDON and WESTMINSTER WINE and SPIRIT :I ° MPANY have , riven the numerous Gentlemen and Families 'Rey hav e h a d the honour to supply, induces them to continue to rfctsent their Prices to tl—. Public. Every article sold by them is
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
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June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
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June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
A SUNDAY MORNING PAPER.

A SUNDAY MORNING PAPER.

Sientiay Papers have hitherto been compiled a reference to those * Readers only who hare not lei .5 to peruse the Daily Journals, and who, therefore, require an Abstract of Intelligence of .the Week. A Sunday Paper, addressed to tht it very numerous class of readei.s who regular
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
CHRONICLE OF THE WEEK..

CHRONICLE OF THE WEEK..

AloNnA Y.—Passion Veel begins. All places of public amusement closeilin consfque.nce._ Liberty of the Press violated at Geneva by the seizure of a political work, called the " New Confession," the book, however, is, after a few days, returned to its author. John Hill Wagstaff fo
April 18, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England