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April 25, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
NAVAL BA'1"1114E, ticc.

NAVAL BA'1"1114E, ticc.

NAVAL ticc. Jaye been favoured the perusal of an extensive and very valuable work upon the above interesting subject, which is about to issuefrom the press in a large quarto volume. The author is Rear Admiral Ekiris, C.8.K.W.N., a thorough bred seaman evidently ; and, like most o
April 25, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
tbe course of next term or sittings hfter, to determine the relative to a claim 44' dehr, between the patties

tbe course of next term or sittings hfter, to determine the relative to a claim 44' dehr, between the patties

ifl this snit. EX-PARTE FORESHAW, IN MATTER OF TIORROCKS. This case came before . - the -Court on • a question of costs. The question arose out of a commission of Bankruptcy sued out ae•ainst Mr., William norrocks, a large manufacturer in the county of Lancaster. It appeared tha
March 28, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
OLD ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

OLD ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

The Royal Academy of Music for the performance of Italian Operas, was founded in the year 1720, and 50,000/. was subscribed by the most distinguished among the nobility and gentry in the kingdom. The King, George I. gave 10001. towards this establish m ent, and permission to ent
March 28, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
I3OW-STREgT.-SAIURDAY.

I3OW-STREgT.-SAIURDAY.

To judge from the appearance of the parish watch-house books, we should say that the present tvas a very peaceable time for the guardians of the night, probably arising from the heat of the weather, which is ever found to stay the endeavours of the expert di sor d er ly : th ere
May 30, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE,-MAY 19, Ise4.

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE,-MAY 19, Ise4.

_ Corps of Royal lingineers.—Capt. J. lienryson, from the half-pay, to be Captain, vice Maclauchlan, retired on half-pay. Commissionßegiment of Norfolk Militia, hi s majesty's Lieutenant of the County of signe signed the dor Eas tern Norfolk. Major W. Mason to be Lieut.-Colonel,
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BEXCII—(SATunDAy.)

COURT OF KING'S BEXCII—(SATunDAy.)

This was Crown paper day. TnE KING V. THE CORPORATION OF ILCIIESTER. . . _ The question in this case was, whether Lord Huntingtower, the Lord of the Manor, had the right to hold his Court in the Town-hall, which was the property of the Corporation. An award Lad been made against
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On the 20th inst. at La.mbeth church, Mr. Lea Wilson, eldest son of Stephen Wilson, Esq. of Streatham, to Mary, eldest daughter of George Bacchus, Esq. of Norwood llill. DIED. Park-street, Windsor, aged 3, Thomas Agnew, Gentleman , a man of the strictest honesty, philanthrophy,
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
DIBDIN'S SEA SONGS. Just publshed, Imperial Svo. price 11- 12s. half-bound. T HE SIA SONGS of CHARLES DIBDIN; with a

DIBDIN'S SEA SONGS. Just publshed, Imperial Svo. price 11- 12s. half-bound. T HE SIA SONGS of CHARLES DIBDIN; with a

Memoir of his Life and Writings. ;y WILLIANI KITCHENER, M.D. Author of " 'ractical Observations on Telescopes,"" Observations on Vocal Music," &c. &c. "These Sngs have been the solace of Sailors in long Voyages, ir Storms, in Battle; and they have been quoted in Mutinies to the
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
THE UNITARIAN AIARRIAGE BILL.

THE UNITARIAN AIARRIAGE BILL.

We insert the following letter as we received it, and applaud the spirit of moderation in which it is written. The author does not, however, seem to be aware of the principal objection which has been raised to a proposal something similar. It has been asked—" Can a conscientious
May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England