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CERTIFICATES-ArRIL 15.

CERTIFICATES-ArRIL 15.

J. Hampsoo; Alancbester, grocer—R. Williams, Newtown, Montgonierysliire, nurseryinan--W. Merrefield, Kidderminster, coach maker—H. Hewitt, Crutcle.dtriare,
March 30, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, NIARNI 2S.

FRIDAY, NIARNI 2S.

FRIDAY, 2S. COAL EXCHANOE NEWCASTLI. s. d. k Main 13eatnnont Burd.n Cowpon East Pdrey 97 0 Foreot L i. WON End, 13urratzu t End, Carr,.. Walra End. Hilda Wail's End. Hotspur. ;z3 Wall'aEnclisrevrtnar e h 34 5 Wall'a End, Northumb 3S a End,Perkins 34 t; End, Riddell a 34 6 W. E. W
March 30, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
by- an indivi. of ihe Russian tch the • speech

by- an indivi. of ihe Russian tch the • speech

an indivi. of ihe Russian tch the • speech A letter from Petersburgh, written dual vell acquainted with the feeling , Cabinet, statea, that the mode in battle of liavarino was treated in the King's s. in the debate which followed it, gave the first suspicion to Nicholas that an a
March 30, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROJECTS of FRANCE on the BARBARY STATES.

PROJECTS of FRANCE on the BARBARY STATES.

ei Th e great object for which we preserved Minerca, whilst we could keep it, and 6 , r which we still retain Gibraltar , both at a great expense, —was, nod is, to prevent th e pre do-ninance of France over the Mediterranean." flexes. present year seems destined to witness the c
April 27, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDONi

LONDONi

. , are: still Without official accounts of the Russians having crossed the Pluth—indeed, supposing. the army marched on the 14:11 inet„ we could not yet have received them. It is however said, that the severity of the weather has caused a delay of another month ; and that opera
April 27, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Mr. Fielding said, that Mr. Burden became acquainted with Miss Press in 1826, whilst he was residing at his father's

Mr. Fielding said, that Mr. Burden became acquainted with Miss Press in 1826, whilst he was residing at his father's

seat, near Newcastle. He proan establishment for her in London, but her conduct became so violent that he had obtained the protection of a Magistrate, who bound her • over in -sureties to keep the peace. A proposal was then made to allow her 50 guineas a year, if she would live
April 27, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 13, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 13, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
STATE OF IRELAND

STATE OF IRELAND

Lord J. RUSSELL gave notice, that on Tuesday, the 17th instant, he would move an address to the Crown on the present state of Ireland. PUNISHMENT OF SOLDIERS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Mr. STEWART rose, pursuant to notice, to move for the production of papers relative to the punishment
July 13, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
D I ED.

D I ED.

On Friday, Miss Willis, of Northampton Terrace, Islington, daughter attic late Robert Willis,Esq., of the Bank of England. Ons Tuesday, Mr. John White, of the Assembly house, heatish Town. Mr. C. Dixon, of Thames-street, Rotherhithe, in the .52d year of his age. On Aloaday, at N
July 13, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England