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FOREIGN OFFICE, JUNE 15.

FOREIGN OFFICE, JUNE 15.

The King has been pleased to appoint Arthur. Marcus Cecil Hill, Esq. (commonly called Lord Marcus Hill) to be Secretary to his Majesty's Legation to the Court o. Tuscany. The King has also been pleased to appoint Charles Townsend. Barnard, Esq. to be Secretary to his Majesty's L
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
BANK RUPTS.

BANK RUPTS.

J. N. Iliffernan, Al phington, Devon, Stnrch-rnannfac- . Hirer. Solicitors, Messrs. Darke'and Michael, Red . Lion- Square; and Mr. J. Terrell, Exeter. - - G. P. Tode, Regent-street, watch-maker. Solicitor, Mr. Mayhew, Chancery-lane. T. Drew . , Exeter, linen-draper. Solicitors,
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
MA ItY-L

MA ItY-L

TO A CIIILD.—On Monday evening* Julia Membhead, a lady elegantly tlr..Ssed, Thomas Spence, a 4,romn, and John Matthews, a foatbov, were brought before J. R aw ijas . eq, by Ileivitt 'and ell, officers, charged cruelly whipping and °them ise ill-using a • very interesting little
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
ROYAL GARDENS, VAUXHALL. (Under the. Especial Patronage of His MAJESTY.) REPETITION of GRAND MILITARY FETE at the above Gardens TO-MORROW

ROYAL GARDENS, VAUXHALL. (Under the. Especial Patronage of His MAJESTY.) REPETITION of GRAND MILITARY FETE at the above Gardens TO-MORROW

EVENING, June 21. The Public are hespectfully informed, that the whole of the Splendid.Amusements,superb Decorations. Magnificent Illuminations, and Brilliant Fire Works, produced on FridayEVening last (being the Anniversary of the Battle or Waterloo) ; will be repeated on the s
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICES O. HAY AND STRAW, Jwils Sstlll'llolE6.—lbly. Old, 0:1 to 11060 d-la. 4 (hi to -1003 o,l—CloVer, Old, 1104 to

PRICES O. HAY AND STRAW, Jwils Sstlll'llolE6.—lbly. Old, 0:1 to 11060 d-la. 4 (hi to -1003 o,l—CloVer, Old, 1104 to

1264—Inferior, 90s Od to Od-7-Straw, 404 to ()(!.. 81}4 Od to ISO4—New ditto, to ;- — . 4- 7 -Clover, d to 1265—Straw, 45s Od to 5400 d, Wit iT EC 11 A P --ctover, too. to 189.—11 a 00! to 116 P„ Straw, 424 64,504.
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
CURIOUS OCCURRENCE.

CURIOUS OCCURRENCE.

About half-past seven o'clock on Monday evening, a carriage and four drove down Parliament-street at so rapid a rate as to attract the general notice of the passiengers in the street. As it came to the Admiralty, a lady out her head oirt of the carriage window, screamed iiioleut
March 6, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
BRACEBRIDGE HA

BRACEBRIDGE HA

March 6, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
VHARLES WRIGHT, WINE MERCHANT to the Royal Family, next to the King 's and opposite the Ilayniarket Theatre. Opera Colonnade,

VHARLES WRIGHT, WINE MERCHANT to the Royal Family, next to the King 's and opposite the Ilayniarket Theatre. Opera Colonnade,

Haymarket, London, now on SALE the finest OLD PORT, Ns. per superior SHERRY, 365. per doz. : and CA PE MADEIRA, 16s. per doz. Two dozen of each of the above Wines will be well packed in an excellent SHERRY hogshead, bottles included, by a remittance of 101. or half that quantity
April 11, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY GLOBE. LONDON. SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1824.

THE WEEKLY GLOBE. LONDON. SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1824.

The vote for the repair of Windsor Palace produced a good deal of discussion last week in the House of Commons. Our most eminent architects were again introduced, and condemned as destitute of taste and science. This attack upon professional character would in any other Place be
April 11, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England