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On the 31st will he published, BLACKWOOD'S EDI MAGAZINE, No.CXXX VII. for Al; 18'28. :—T. Sir Henry Steuart's Theory of

On the 31st will he published, BLACKWOOD'S EDI MAGAZINE, No.CXXX VII. for Al; 18'28. :—T. Sir Henry Steuart's Theory of

Transplantation.—ll. Letters from the Peninsula. No. 3. - Depot at the isle of Wight.- The Siege of Bhurtpore.-4V. War between Persia and Russia. — V. Second Letter from a Whig-Ilater:•L—lTl. Anatomy of. Drunkenness. The Calm Sea.—VIII. jt child.—lX. Lines sacred to the Memory o
March 30, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
'-'-' 'march 30

'-'-' 'march 30

'march 30 preparing, at the departure ortrreourier, to fix the place where the plenipotentiaries should again meet to finish the s'alutary work which had been checked by the effects of a policy, the danger of which the Persian . government seeme.d at Jength_to be sensilile of. In
March 30, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

.t.R-OrricE, April 7. Ist regt. drags. Brevet Lieut.-Col. 11. Allen, from ret. full-pay royal Irish art. to be paymaster.-7th regt. light drags. Assist.-Surg. T. Beavan, from 86th foot, to be assist.-surg.—lst Or grenadier regt. foot guards. Lieut. and Capt. J. P. Dirom, to be c
April 13, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
RECENT AND CRUEL ABUSES IN TRADE.

RECENT AND CRUEL ABUSES IN TRADE.

The Royal Family, the Nobility, and the Gentry, are, with the utmost respect and humility, informed by John Phillips (late -Proprietor of the British Emporium), that in consequence of the spirited and universal manner in which he has felt it his duty to expose the notoriously ne
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION. Just published, price 2s. 6d. A FULL VIEW of the CATIIOLIC QUESTION. By ZETA. William Marsh, 137, Oxford-street;

CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION. Just published, price 2s. 6d. A FULL VIEW of the CATIIOLIC QUESTION. By ZETA. William Marsh, 137, Oxford-street;

Parker, Oxford; Deighton, Cambridge; and Milliken, Dublin. • .
May 25, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

On the motion that this bill - be brought up, the Earl of MALMESBURY said, he merely wished to state, that if the noble lord had brought for-ward his measures as was originally intended, namely, by way of experirnent, to try whether the sale of game would tend to increase or dim
May 11, 1828 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
secondly, because it is not possible to embody 'his reply in language so excellently pungent. " Elsewhere" says the noble

secondly, because it is not possible to embody 'his reply in language so excellently pungent. " Elsewhere" says the noble

earl, "it has been said that there was a solemn engagement to finish the committee at a certain time. But it was within his perfect knowledge that no man did come to sztch an engagement. He thought it a question of too much importance to be decided at once, but of this he was su
March 18, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
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March 18, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

Dunnam.-Wheat per quartet, 545. 4d.; oats, 283. SUNDERLAND.-Wheat per quarter, 535. 5d.; barley, 38s. 10d. ; oats , 265.; peas, 48s. DEVIZES, Thursday.-A large supply of both wheal and barley • sal es. heavy, at last week's prices.-Best wheat, 28s. 6d. a 325. per sack; second',
March 18, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

The last week has been one peculiarly destitute of interest in the theatrical world. Nothing in the way of novelty—if we except the appearance of the four musical brothers, Hermann, at Covent-garden. The Messrs. Hermann are from the opera-house, Munich; and sing respectably—that
May 20, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England