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LATES7fINTEELIe ENCE.

LATES7fINTEELIe ENCE.

LATES7 f INTEELIe ENCE. The junction of .Manso . with the army of Mina has: caused some sensation in Pains. Manso is a man of extraordinarrenterprise and genius. He was, .during the early part of the late struggle of Spain against French* tyranny, a miller's servant p.Sorne Frenc
June 15, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
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\\T AND IS STILL AT HOME !--CowrEß. which excludes all .4dvertisements. PRICE 7d. sth Regt. of Foot,—Ensign W. R. Derinzy, from the 11th Foot, to be Ensign, vice England, who exchanges. 7th Ditto.—Cornet G. Allan, from half-pay 19th Light Dragoons, to be Lieut., vice J. L. Nunn,
July 27, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
it4I4VER afis. A T 4PFSMP; *- §6T u k t Pl ( Y . SEDUCTION. WIDOW BT F V. IIIILL•

it4I4VER afis. A T 4PFSMP; *- §6T u k t Pl ( Y . SEDUCTION. WIDOW BT F V. IIIILL•

Mr. stated the plaintiff's case. ' It was an action brought,by -widow of.a respectable farmer against the defendant Hill, once a farmer, but now retired on a handsome competence, for the seduction of her daughter. Sarah Bate .deposed that she was in the 23d year of her age. The
July 27, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
soner d—d his own eyes, and told the prosecutor he had better mind his own business, and not interfere between

soner d—d his own eyes, and told the prosecutor he had better mind his own business, and not interfere between

man and wife. In reply to this the prosecutor tauntingly told the prisoner he need not d—n his own - eyes, for he had but one, which was the fact. This incensed the prisoner, who aimed a blow at the prosecutor, but did not hit him. The mOther of the prosecutor, who present, hear
July 27, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTR of Sept. 16. BANKRUPTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTR of Sept. 16. BANKRUPTS.

the LONDON GAZETTR of Sept. 16. BANKRUPTS. L. Oldreive, jun. Dartmouth, Devonshire, tallow-chandler. Solicitors, Messrs. Fox and Co., Austin-friars; and Mr. W. Pridetiux, jun., Kingsbridge, R. Ryder Edele, Derbyshire, cotton -spiner. Solicitors, Mr. R. Whitlow, : Manchester ; and
September 21, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
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AND IS STILL AT HOME ! -COWPER. which excludes all .4dvertisements. PRICE Td.. through the church-yard into the town when witness lost sight of them—passed the prisoner, and followed the prosecutor and the woman—in passing ;he prisoner asked him if he knew the man, he said "No"—
September 21, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER 21.

SEPTEMBER 21.

September 21, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER 21. POLICE REPORT. – BOW-STREET.

SEPTEMBER 21. POLICE REPORT. – BOW-STREET.

SEPTEMBER 21. POLICE REPORT. - BOW-STREET. THE BAKERS' NEN;A:T. -- -:gi7E — bkers, on Wednesday, attended at this office to answer to the informations lodged against them by a common informer of the name of Johnson, for violations of the sixth and seventh sections of the New Bake
September 21, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
FLOWERS AND DAVIS.

FLOWERS AND DAVIS.

A battle took place on Monday (lath), about three miles from Colchester, on the Ipswich road, in a feet square, for 20 sovereigns a side, betwixt one Flowers, a Wiltshire man, and Davis, a navigator, from Norwich • both men have proved themselves good ones, a n d stand high in r
June 22, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET, JUNE 20.

SMITHFIELD MARKET, JUNE 20.

SMITHFIELD MARKET, 20. Our supply this morning is very large, while the demand is extremely slack, and the sales that were made, were much below the prices of last Market days, with the appearance of still fuitlif.r decline.
June 22, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England