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4 4UGI7ST PT . . home, and that some other person must have met her, and brought her to the dismal end she met with : but, gentlemen, as footsteps were traced through the har- Towed field to a stile leading to his father's hy the very course he took, and he admits an intimacy wit
August 17, 1817 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. . . . l'a. • ' der is Publiskell at au; early hour every SuxnA y Morning, at " THE ,NE Ws" Office,. No. es,,Brydgei-stroct, and distributed throughout the Mekr•opolis, and . . *......,..„,_ ali hiti the Two-penny Puit District, by Nine 0 Clock.--3:3- No vifdrerlisernents of any description are ever inserted in this Paper.. 4

. . . . l'a. • ' der is Publiskell at au; early hour every SuxnA y Morning, at " THE ,NE Ws" Office,. No. es,,Brydgei-stroct, and distributed throughout the Mekr•opolis, and . . *......,..„,_ ali hiti the Two-penny Puit District, by Nine 0 Clock.--3:3- No vifdrerlisernents of any description are ever inserted in this Paper.. 4

. . . . l'a. • ' d e r is Publiskell at au; early hour every SuxnA y Morning, at " T HE ,N E W s " Offi ce ,. N o . es,,Brydgei-stroct, and distributed throughout the Mekr•opolis, and . . *......,..„,_ ali hiti the Two-penny Puit District, by Nine 0 Clock.--3:3 - No vifdrerlisern
June 20, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
The new taxes on malt, tea, coffee, &c. &c. passed the llouse of Commons on Friday by large majorities: not,

The new taxes on malt, tea, coffee, &c. &c. passed the llouse of Commons on Friday by large majorities: not,

however, we rejoice to add, withont drawing from of the highest rank and distinction in the Country, some home truths as to the composition of an Assembly, which, in times like the present, could resort to taxation rather than to reform and retrenchment. In the absolute and prep
June 20, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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c e.id d o„ 4 ,11 41 1 v, t. ( '' "11 , ,r - q 4l JUN E 2A li' I LAW INTELLIGENCE. be 0.64 e'd, r C Ltroo — , e-<,• , < , --• C °URT OF KING'S BENCN, JeNE 15. _ - Th e KING V. CIp.LOLE. defendant caw.; up with several affidaVits' di, t ,PraYed further time to plead to the two inl
June 20, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SEDUCTION.

SEDUCTION.

v v . `,ll SPEIGII": OLIVERA. ue recollected that, in the last Sittings, thc . 14'11.41in thi s case , ObtaiOeil damages of the defend )*ear f9r tile seduction of his, : dmg . l - .ter, a girl of itge. She had put an. ad-veKtisement !in a read - PaPer holding out for asituation,
June 20, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AND STIAW. , 19,$1DAY. . a, X.'s. Iray, Cloy Wag 0 Stra - .% 2 0 a 2 14

AND STIAW. , 19,$1DAY. . a, X.'s. Iray, Cloy Wag 0 Stra - .% 2 0 a 2 14

August 3, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
GO FE R,NU &NT 'PAPERS.

GO FE R,NU &NT 'PAPERS.

A short time since a most extensive robbery, the discovery of which is of the utmost importance to Government and the whole countrz, was committed in the house of Matthew White, Esq. M. P. of No. 35, 13,edfoid-square, of which not the least dile whatever could be traced until Mo
June 7, 1819 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
and the Riot Act was read. The mob not dispelling, Sir Nathaniel Conant despatched a message to the Horse-Guards, and

and the Riot Act was read. The mob not dispelling, Sir Nathaniel Conant despatched a message to the Horse-Guards, and

a Captain and seeral Life- Guards were immediately sent to aid the civil power. The Magistrates then went to Richardsores Hotel; and several persons who had been the most active in, the disturbance were brought before them. Some . were charged with having broken windows, others
July 6, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
he replied, " No, quite the reverse; and to convince you, 'see *hat I am going to do." then prodUced

he replied, " No, quite the reverse; and to convince you, 'see *hat I am going to do." then prodUced

a writ, observing, that It WaS an ,execution against the plaintiff, and 'that he showed it to the witness in confidence that he would tell.nohody% He added, that the plaintiff had used a Mr. Merland Very ill , in serving him with a copy of a writ for 91. " Allow me to observe, (
July 6, 1818 - The News (London) - London, London, England