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November 20, 1820 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
4 .1 0 No 'PRA/IDRR , . aoutd suppose the term '' allowance s, in ,i, al e rPoor s

4 .1 0 No 'PRA/IDRR , . aoutd suppose the term '' allowance s, in ,i, al e rPoor s

reply to the Queen's application tor a to be dictated by the same spirit of conuhrVtibleanimosity which appears to pursue her every • b e " The:aHowance,” says his Lordship, ''will ti continued till Parliament shall meet for the le.'Patch uf business." " Allowance!!" What ! of a
November 20, 1820 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PO LICB, BOW-sTuv.-

PO LICB, BOW-sTuv.-

PO BOW-sTuv.- nn A •• ••.L.. t • oursday a gentleman came to office, in a splendid equipage, emblazoned with a Royal Ducat Coronet, and infornied the sitting Magistrate (Mr. Birnie), that he attended by command of the Princess of Cumberland, who resides at 25, Alfred-place, Bedfo
November 20, 1820 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AsOI'AIIREP

AsOI'AIIREP

Pftleri OF AHEAD TUBS I .oti The f the Ize'st NVl.veaten Brenti tbir° 4l Y o r the nietropisli, is snued the prinvipal Paiiels penee-halfrony, the Qu'ortern 1.141""e--the Quartern one lientis to AND STRAW. BIONPAT. FRIDAT• 1 . t• I' S. S. s I X. . 3 a 4 4 Flay' ... 1 56 61 6 Clo
November 20, 1820 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TRIAL OF COLLINS FOR A SEDITIOUS LIBEL.

TRIAL OF COLLINS FOR A SEDITIOUS LIBEL.

John Collins (one of the delegates of the general convention) was the next arraigned. The indictment recited that an unlawful meeting was held on the 4th of July, armed with divers offensive weapoas ; that Martin and Sweeting, of the London police, who had been duly sworn in as
August 12, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COCKERMOUTH, Aug. 6. Wheat, 235. Oct. to 30s. Oc:. ; Barley, 14s. Od. to 11;s. Od. Oats, lOs. Oil, to

COCKERMOUTH, Aug. 6. Wheat, 235. Oct. to 30s. Oc:. ; Barley, 14s. Od. to 11;s. Od. Oats, lOs. Oil, to

12s. 611 per bushel. Potatoes, 4id. to sd. per stone. Butter, 114. to 13 per lb. Eggs 6 to 7 for 6d.
August 12, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.'

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.'

HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY, JULY 18. SLAVE TRADE. • Lord DARNI.Ey presented a petition from the 'Tower lianiletg, • against the Slave Trade, signed more thin persons which was read, and laid on the table, after his Lordship had expressed his hope that the si rou r ,o• and universal
July 24, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
.I,OIIIDON GAZEITE.

.I,OIIIDON GAZEITE.

GAZEITE. COLONIAL DLPA RTAIENT. - howylog7Orret, July 19, 1814. A dispatch, of which , the tbllowing is extract, was tiiii 414 re , ciseo by Earl. Bathurst fro I.icute. naut-Gouc , ral tieurge Ptevost, datediatl-tjuarters, Nontrelal; 1814. r •It i with regcet I have to report to
July 24, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
80X1.417.

80X1.417.

The battle between Burn and Palmer, the butcher, took place on Thursday at Combo Wood', near Lingston, in the presence of 'hundreds of spectators, amongst were several foreigners of dis: tinction. In the ring, 'Which Was. composed of tho usual groupe, - betting was 2. to I oh Bu
July 24, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 24, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England