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HOUSD 0I? COMMONS

HOUSD 0I? COMMONS

IV CDNTNOA Y, .1 TIN l. THE PRINCESS OF .14' . Mr. Ai niTTIVEN rose inconsequence of a Correspondence which, had heen laid. before the public., the Aight :Honourable; Gentleman (Mr. Bathurato whom he. saw •in his Place, which of his :Nlajesty's Ministers it was that had advised.
June 5, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
*4:l'yst A r,5, _L 0 WON f4ETTE,

*4:l'yst A r,5, _L 0 WON f4ETTE,

A _L 0 WON • , -BANKRUPTS. , S. Trent, Yeovil, Somerset,'miller. Attornies, M:.ssrs. and Beaufort, King'i.beneb-walk, W. and. 6, Shaw, Septon, York,.clothicrs.. Attorney, Mr. Battye,, Chancery-lane.. M. Moody,. Cheltenhatti,.. Gloucester, cabinet,maker. Attornies, Messrs. Vizard,
June 5, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
771 P 4 Tans.

771 P 4 Tans.

• • " DRURY-LANA?, . . Dublin, the probationary school 'which qualifies so many histrionic students for an utiv . ancement to the London stage, has yielded up to us anothv lady, whom it 'prized as its brightest; = oinament. Great expectations . were liaised throughout the metrop
November 20, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MILITIA.

MILITIA.

" Sir SAMUEL. R °MILLI% after a most luminous speech in which contended that the Militia had been illegally kepteinbodied, moved the following resolotion " That nine months having now elapsed Since the signing of the definitive Treaty of Peace w ith 'France and having been, 'dur
March 5, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SIR JOHA' MURR.4Y. WINCHESTER, SATURDAY, JAN. 28.

SIR JOHA' MURR.4Y. WINCHESTER, SATURDAY, JAN. 28.

Sir John Murray proceelled in the reading of his ;defence. Having already detailed the numbers, and strength of the enemy, he should now come to the consideration of the force and equipment of the army , under his orders. Returns had already been presented to thb Court, which gr
February 5, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
A SncoNn EDITION of this paper is pnblished every Moo,: day Afternoon, for the purpose of being . sent into

A SncoNn EDITION of this paper is pnblished every Moo,: day Afternoon, for the purpose of being . sent into

Country.,--This Edition contains the News ,of the Day up to Three o'Clock—The Markets, Prices of Stocks,Zin Price per quarter 9s. 3d. payabre either in advance, or by • reference to a House in Loncion.--Delicered (post-free) go any part of the United Kingdom.
February 5, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
morrow.

morrow.

The advocates for war dwell with much satisfaction no the reports in the German Papers,. that the Allied sovereigns have issued a seeonchleclaration against Bossrsnie. This new anedhenta is, said to be founded on the Treaty of Chaumont, and to state the positive refusal of the C
April 16, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OLD 8.41L.EY.

OLD 8.41L.EY.

OLD On T.tfesday E4z;bah' .07,zning was indicted for loniously administering a quantity' o:f arset.iie in some • dumplings, with intent to, poison Mr. and Mrs. Turner and , This case has already fully reported in the, examination at Hatton-garden P o lice Office. the servant was•
April 16, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SLIER': CRAM: .00.71.1, .FI 'S CODitTi:DEDFORD-STIISETv Dcc., 10.

SLIER': CRAM: .00.71.1, .FI 'S CODitTi:DEDFORD-STIISETv Dcc., 10.

'S CODitTi:DEDFORD-STIISET v 10. Before Josars 81RCE441,14f Special. TM XWM Or ROOSniltn Y Sift • Iligriftlt. Id -0.114 The ATTAIWEV•GENENAL' commenced me bt. describing the family connection ot the partiec , Lord nosh-berry married his lady in the year 1808; she Was then of the
December 18, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. J. Bijr, Oxfordshire, corn 7 dealer. Attornies, and Abbott, New-inn. IL Pitt, renclinrch . -otreet, hosier. A ttorney, ' Mincing-lane. ; G. firimes, Borton-erescent,c Tati4tock4quaro, merchant. • A ttoeney, Mr. Martindale, Gray!iiitni: A. . Newninn, • Wood,to,ck, Oxfo
December 18, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England