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19 ti,tsied I b°lltadl mit' that if Mr. Burne tt But the and laws o • , .. 4' 4

19 ti,tsied I b°lltadl mit' that if Mr. Burne tt But the and laws o • , .. 4' 4

t , " ""t Yetcpirol:ewds' h i e a d te as der h e e d been necessary to wait for !h t e e ß . R epo rt . 1.. W. °I-7"*""".""."........."."....:5aid he : : 7o ida b n e o c P l .l.l....'''...ll.l an er g li ed atio . a 4autr,o- ReotionA3l then moved w that the petition beprlnra p
June 19, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
Lord Berwick's Collection of Valuable Pictures. MR. PHILLIPS most respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry, that he shall on WEDNESDAY,

Lord Berwick's Collection of Valuable Pictures. MR. PHILLIPS most respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry, that he shall on WEDNESDAY,

Ist of June, and following Day, at One, SUBMIT BY AUCTION, at his Great Rooms, - New Bond-street, the genuine COLLECTON of ITALIAN, DUTCH, and FLEMISH PICTURES, by the most distinguished Masters of those Schools, embracing - the works of • Rubens Murillo G. andNoPoussia Claude R
May 22, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

ANDovEn.---In consequence of a pond, a short distance from Winterslovv Hut, between Sarum and, Andover, having become dry, some workmen were required to clean' Out well not far from the pond. 'The well had not been opened for upwards or two years; and on Saturday the 23d one of
August 14, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
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October 2, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
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P — EATHERS, FEATHER BEDS and MATTRASSES.— a.. W. TIBBATTS, Feather Bed, Mattrass, Bedstead, and Sea Bedding Manufacturer, No. 303, HIGH-HOLBORN, near Chancery-lane, begs leave to return thanks to his friends and the public in general, for the very liberal support he has met wit
June 26, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, &e.

ACCIDENTS, &e.

--.0.-- Seven men, including the waterl - nan, were upset in a boat while attempting to pass under London Bridge on Sunday evening, two of whom were unfortunately drowned. They had been to Richmond, and were all rather inebriated, except the waterman, who in vain endeavoured to
June 26, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
MAI

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MA I 31st OF TIIIS MONTH I 1 ! I S li, grateful to Fortune for enabling Capital Luck !—Greater Variety !.--Larger Prizes!' -ILIP Eleven Capital Prizes among his best•Fiiends, the Publler pre' very last Drawing, solicits a continuance of their favours in• t e or f sent Lottery, co
May 15, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
__-...., 1 P°ItEIGN' LOTI'PRIPS, PRIVATE LOTTERIES, LITTLE GOES AND RAFFLES. May, _ 825. Lottery Office, Somerset Place : 14th ,

__-...., 1 P°ItEIGN' LOTI'PRIPS, PRIVATE LOTTERIES, LITTLE GOES AND RAFFLES. May, _ 825. Lottery Office, Somerset Place : 14th ,

1 VVIIEREAS b • l Acts of Parliament aPtLectively y severa c Fin t and George .sin in the Reigns of George th Prop os : II ne offence of Foreign Lottery Tickets, or maths g misdemeanour, and pas,sed the selling thesame,. is punishable as . a affe at ,; . guilty thereof are subje
May 15, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
Deduct Deduct Decrease increase on the

Deduct Deduct Decrease increase on the

July 10, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
THE AGE

THE AGE

with common justice, mid you will find that you can dispose of me as you wish by fair means." As to the salary the Chancellor received, he would now declare that the 10,000/. to be received by the Chief Justice of the King's Bench would be, small as it was, as much as the Lord C
July 3, 1825 - The Age - London, London, England