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THE ORATOR'S TOUR.

THE ORATOR'S TOUR.

Mr. Henry Hunt, blacking-man and statesman, has gone upon his travels in foreign countries, for the improvement of his manners. The countries he visits have, of course, seldom or never been visited before, for which reason Mr. Hunt has kindly favoured the gorning Herald, wriose
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE WATCHMAN. MARKETS.

THE WATCHMAN. MARKETS.

SMILING. "A man may smile, and smile, And be a villain." Smiling is one of the many means which people employ for the purpose of imposing upon and deceiving one another. There is a wide difference between smiling and laughing. The one can be counterfeited at all times and on all
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
CONSISTORY COURT.

CONSISTORY COURT.

ASTLEY V. ASTLEY._ This was a snit of divorce, by rea§on of adultery, at the instance of Sir Jacob Astley, against his wife, Lady Astley. it was opposed on the ground of a. recriminatory plea of adultery against the husband. The king's advocate (Dr. Jenner) was of counsel for Si
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
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May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE WATCHMAN.

THE WATCHMAN.

Mr. PAULET Tilompsoiii obtainerl leave to bring in a bill to amend the usury laws. The hon. member mentioned some very, strong cases in support of his views ? , which Went principally tb. remove tie penalties on usurious contracts, not to alter the legal standard of interest. Th
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
-CIUROPEAN COMPANY for LIFE INSURANCES . , the A SALE and PURCHASE ANNUITIES, and ENDOWMENTS for CHILDREN and Others. Established

-CIUROPEAN COMPANY for LIFE INSURANCES . , the A SALE and PURCHASE ANNUITIES, and ENDOWMENTS for CHILDREN and Others. Established

January, 1819. Office, No. 10, Chatham-place, Blackfriars. PRESIDENT. _ - EDWARD BERKELEY PORTMAN, Esq. M.P. VICE-PRESIDENT. Sir CHARLES FORBES, Bart. M.P. TRUSTEES. _ _ _ Sir William P. Call, Bart. John Bent, Esq. J. G. Harris, Esq. Clement Hue, M.D. Peter Still, Esq. G. J. Sul
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
CONSTANTINOPLE, GREECE, AND, RUSSIA. The following IV . orks Of Peculiar interest at the present moment, are published by Messrs.

CONSTANTINOPLE, GREECE, AND, RUSSIA. The following IV . orks Of Peculiar interest at the present moment, are published by Messrs.

Treuttel and Co. Soho-square. _ 1. VOYAGE I'ITTORESQUE DE 00NSTANTINOPLE ET DES nivEs DE BOSPIIORE, d'apres les dessins de M. Melling, dessinateur et architecte de lit Sultane Hadidge, sceur de Selirn 111. 2 vols. Atlantic folio; containing, ivith the text by M. Lacretelle, 52 P
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE WATCHMAN.

THE WATCHMAN.

LONDON, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1828. The KING still resides at St. James's, and' enjoys excellent health. On Friday his MAJESTY visited Kew-gardens, and returned to town in the evening. Some serious disturbances have broken out at Oporto, and several of the mob killed by being fired up
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE WATCHMAN. EPSOM RACES.

THE WATCHMAN. EPSOM RACES.

The Derby day at these races has stall times been celebrated for its attractions; and, as if the contest for the Derby stakes was the only thing. worth seeing, the public, high and low, by common consent, generally reserve themselves for this interesting occasion, and flock in c
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
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May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England