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RADICAL REFORM.

RADICAL REFORM.

Mr. HOBHOUSE presented a petition from the freeholders and inhabitants of Somersetshire, praying for, a Radical Reform in this House. His Honourable Colleague (Sir F. Burdett) in . consequence of illness, had requested him (Mr. Hohhouse) to discharge this duty. In the state of t
July 20, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
F SPI7WLPIELDS ACTS.

F SPI7WLPIELDS ACTS.

The "Spitalfields Acts' Repeal Bill," which, as altered by the Lords, went to re-enact the main provisions of tbdse Acts, experienced the most remarkable fate. The Lord's amendments, as has been stated, altered, almost iii toto, the Bill sent from the Commons ; and these amendme
July 20, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
GUI LITIIALL,

GUI LITIIALL,

CLAIM OF AN APPRENTICE TO BE DISCHARGED ON BEING OF AGE. Mr. Wingfield, a saddler, L ong -lane, Smithfield, brought up his apprentice, James Berryman, before Mr. Alderman Venables, on the charge of deserting his service, By the date of the indenture, It appeared that the young m
July 13, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET, JULY 11. Not the letNt alteration in the price of any article sold at this Market, do we

SMITHFIELD MARKET, JULY 11. Not the letNt alteration in the price of any article sold at this Market, do we

notice since last Market-day, sales are rather dull. Per stone of sib. sinking the Ofral. MONDAY. FR:DAY. d. s. d • s. d. s. (I. Beef' Mutton Lamb . . . . 4 o a 5 o Lamb Pork •• . . . 4 eas o Pork
July 13, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL REMARKS.

POLITICAL REMARKS.

-Written Exclusively for "The Sunday News." THE INSOLVENT, ACT. When, in our dtscnssion lastweek, on the subject of the Insolvent Act, we dwelt upon, and.reprobated, the practice of personal arrest for debt, we were not unconscious attbe novelty of our doctrine, nor wholly witho
June 8, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MONDAY, JUNE 2. GAME LAWS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MONDAY, JUNE 2. GAME LAWS.

Lord CRANBOURN moved the second reading of the Sale of Game Bill. He had seen the-books of-certain-deal. ers in game, and to show the extent to which the sale of Game was carried, one-person sold even 2.'4000 head in the year, and one Gentleman took home 594. Sir JOHN SHELLY opp
June 8, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
AFFIDAVIT—No. 1.

AFFIDAVIT—No. 1.

Robert Piper, of Marlborough-place, Havil-street, Camberwell, Surry, labouring stone-mason, maketh oath and saith, that the Rev. Dr. Collyer, late of Addington-square, Camberwell, has for several years past known this Deponent and his parents whom he has frequently relieved with
August 31, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
POLICE REPORT:

POLICE REPORT:

BOW-STREET._ HIDDEN TREASURE.—An application was made, on Monday; to Sir Richard Birnie, for a warrant to apprehend a young man, Jones, for sundry felonies. The statement was, that Mrs. Probert, a woman of eccentric habits, now upwards of SO years old, who had been for a conside
August 31, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL REMARKS. Written Exclusively for "The Sunday Noes." UAUSE OF -SPAIN AND PORTUGAL ' CONSIDEREM

POLITICAL REMARKS. Written Exclusively for "The Sunday Noes." UAUSE OF -SPAIN AND PORTUGAL ' CONSIDEREM

POLITICAL REMARKS. Written Exclusively for "The Sunday Noes." UAUSE OF - SPAIN AND PORTUGAL ' CONSIDEREM strides of despotism are alarming; the revulsion fr om -freedom t o slavery in Portugal is afflicting to every real friend of liberty; while little consolation is to he drawn
July 6, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
CALENDAR OF FASHIOIV.

CALENDAR OF FASHIOIV.

The pelisses are of, the most lively, yet delicate spring colours, and tie simply down, the front with bows of ribband, or else they fold over, and are fastened imperceptibly by spring clasps underneath. No pains, however, are spared, that fancy can devise, in ornamenting the bu
July 6, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England