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where the Fine Arts, the splendour, and all the infinitely studied luxuries of life abound in profusion! And are these

where the Fine Arts, the splendour, and all the infinitely studied luxuries of life abound in profusion! And are these

the wretches, with their purse-proud patrons, that are called on to reclaim and amend the life of a people on the other side of the worn,— where a single female slave will sell for as much money as (put out at common interest) would keep three large families of English poor in c
February 10, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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COALS—No material alteration i a the price. LONDON :—Printed and Published by T. A (the Propriet , e), at " THII Na Wic.e, No. 2S) greet, CJvent garden.. /C4M172. SUNDAY P, 1828 PRICE siff
February 10, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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On Monday, in the sGth year of Lis age, the 1417. Doctor Hook, Deau of Worcester, &c. The Deu-. the son of Mr. Hook, the celebrated composer, brother of Theodore Hook, Esq. On the 3d instant, in i3ryanstune-street, Portman-square. Sir Richard J. Strachan, Admiral of the Blue, in
February 10, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. .. PRICE OF HOPS per Cwt. ~ E. Kent Pk. 51. ss. a 61. lOs SussexFk. 41. Os a

. .. PRICE OF HOPS per Cwt. ~ E. Kent Pk. 51. ss. a 61. lOs SussexFk. 41. Os a

4i Kent Puck. 41. lON. a 61. Os i ISM Puck. 31. lOs. ii . Kent Bags... 41. 4.1. a Si. be Bags 31. 10sa41. *- Estimated Duty £140,848 6 21d , _
February 10, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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' 4 4:1 2 Sir Charles Wetherell visited the Earl of Eldon on l'uesday afternoon. Earl Grey is, and has been, at Woburn abbey •tith the Duke of Bedford since Tuesday. and does not, we - hear, mean to come to town before Thurs. diay,—that is, not till two days after the meeting of
January 27, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 28, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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MOUSE OF LORDS, Friday, lay `25- The Royal Assent was given to a great number of public and private bills.—Adjourned.to Monday. -41— NOUSE OF COMMONS, Frilay, July 25. MAGISTRATES. Lord NUGENT gave notice that, very early in the next Session, he should move for leave to bring in
July 28, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 28, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

On Friday Mr. Crockford, the proprietor, or reputed proprietor, of Fishmonger's Hall, St. James-street, appeared to enter into recognizances to answer an indictment preferred against him . by an individual, whose name from some cause or other was kept secret by the clerks'of thi
July 28, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
USURY LAWS.

USURY LAWS.

On the motion of Mr. P. Tnomrsom, the bill to emend the Usury La%Vil was read a second time on a division, 52 to 40. It is however understood, that it will not be proceeded wish this Session.—Adjd. IFor centinuation of Parra,nentary Intelligence, f 1 4th
June 23, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England