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LORD irRON A...yD MR, MOORE.

LORD irRON A...yD MR, MOORE.

In the Edinburgh*Reniete, just ptrblislied, the foIlovr": ing lively comparison betiVeen Moore and Lord Byron occurs in a critique on'the " LoVes of the Angels," and "Heaven and Earth." "We conceive, though these two celebrated Writers iI some measure divide the poetical public
June 1, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

• CORN-EXCHANGE, MA:11" 30. There has been a tolerably fair supply of. .Wheat this week, upwards of 5000 quarters, and a proportiomte quadtity of Flour; hence the inealing trade remains exceedingly dull, and we consider it from Is to 2s. per quarter lower.— • Barley meets a heav
June 1, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
SILK BILL.

SILK BILL.

- !Mr.,HUSKISSON then moved the Order of the Day for , the third reading of the Silk Manufacturers' Bill. . The LORD MAYOR, although favourable to the principle,of the Bill, yet thinking the parties concerned had not been fully heard, he would move that instead of now "the Bill
June 15, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
POLICE REPORT.

POLICE REPORT.

BOW-STREET. A HORSE BEAT TO DEATH —On Ttiesday, M.Bartar, Netvman Street, was brought up charged with having beaten his horse tor death. There had been a boxing match Rimewhere on Epping Forest, and among the numerous parties of all descriptions who had been to see it was one of
August 24, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
UNION-HALL.

UNION-HALL.

THE HAPLESS TAW.—A sailor was charged by a meanlooking fellow with an assault. The complainant said, the sailor knocked at the door the night before, and the moment it was opened knocked him down: The defendant cried out, " lie had my wife in the house at the time. I saw her the
August 24, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF LEATHER. . Butts, 50 to 501bs. 23d to 24d—Ditto 56 to 661bs, —d to —d—Dressing Hides, ISd to

PRICE OF LEATHER. . Butts, 50 to 501bs. 23d to 24d—Ditto 56 to 661bs, —d to —d—Dressing Hides, ISd to

19d—Fine Coach Hides, Wad to 21d—Crop Hides, for cutting, 35 to 101bs 191 d to 204d — Ditto, 15 to 501bs. 20Ad to 22d—Calf Skins. 35 to 40Ibs. 21d to 21d—Ditto, 50 to 701bs. 26d to 30d—Ditto 70 to SOlbs 24d to 20d—Small Seals (Greenland) ISd to 191,d per lb.— Large ditto, to ISd
August 24, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE of July 22. BANKRUPT C Y ENLARGED; • • J. Bell, Guernsey, merchant, from July 16

From the LONDON GAZETTE of July 22. BANKRUPT C Y ENLARGED; • • J. Bell, Guernsey, merchant, from July 16

fo Sept. 13. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. J. O'Brien, Broad-street-buildings, merchant. BANKRUPTS. ' • C. Kenning, Church-street, Spitalfields, silkinan.—Solicitors, Messrs. 'Webster and Son, Queen-street, Cheapside, J. Sciaecaluga, Old Bailey, merchant.—Solicitors, Messrs. Lavie and
July 27, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON POLICE. A CONJUROR SENT TO THE TREAD-MILL:

BRIGHTON POLICE. A CONJUROR SENT TO THE TREAD-MILL:

Samuel Eli, who has long obtained, we must not say aza-tained, the character of a conjuror, in this town, made his appearance to shew cause why he should not in despite of his "conjurations and mighty magic," be sentenced to run round the tread-mill, as a sequel to his own bad f
June 22, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
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_- - fZP The SUNDAY NEW is the first and only Quarto Paper ever publiihed in London (excluding Advertisements), for Sevenpence. shall exhiblt, in the eyes of the world ! The Ministers say, "If sooner or later, we must have war, in God's name, let it be late." So say we; and will
July 13, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
kitiJohatni Cambridge, scriveuer.—lLßeak, Ilathampton, s„mergetshim,mea)m*fl.—J.tlder-street, Norton Falgate, lead-pipe-manufacturer.—A , W. Shields, Saint John-street 4 Middlesex, cheesemongera—R. P. I3ernerd street, Russell-square,

kitiJohatni Cambridge, scriveuer.—lLßeak, Ilathampton, s„mergetshim,mea)m*fl.—J.tlder-street, Norton Falgate, lead-pipe-manufacturer.—A , W. Shields, Saint John-street 4 Middlesex, cheesemongera—R. P. I3ernerd street, Russell-square,

merchant.-6t. Landles, Imwer Thames-street, ffsh-factor. From The LONDON GAZETTE of July S. BANKRUPTS. R. Dedds, HighAstreet, Southwark, linen-draper J. Glandheld, Straud, wine and spirit merchant. E. Hastings, Lower Smith-street, Northampton-square . Hyams, Coventry-street, Hay
July 13, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England