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1 mam esso . 'eS. ecineequeneS's. TheAtfirtegy-Getteralior Ise, and certainly • his authority was the highest, that it iCsia -

1 mam esso . 'eS. ecineequeneS's. TheAtfirtegy-Getteralior Ise, and certainly • his authority was the highest, that it iCsia -

tile' Sympathy, anti nothing but the - -sympailqa between the general Catholic andthe Catholic nation. Whieb had raiseZ the jeelottey of the Government, which could mot eaure . that an ueauthenticated, self-cres atedbody,having nothing to sepport it but public feeling and public
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
"4= been; not the safety 011 1 741;tersheated ii : ,4 renee rileney. the fern Acr . 1 - 14

"4= been; not the safety 011 1 741;tersheated ii : ,4 renee rileney. the fern Acr . 1 - 14

. II ouse r fot• ome queswhich has iriere•iierf.' the dangetetittiip4itatee. it has; . iftts i ' . and " ts , '"%t I been, on the cattier:ye the I which 'to the -Member, wh 4. japed Ittelpedfacles, have been thstips s idlnitel!s Whol.hate in... comment' ifire'reatting o e. ,lett
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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' tink hDtron WEEkLit . Srit,—Although many things-inethe 'reports of the debates 4mV.e takq9.itl,AcA.U.pintthe have given me otttch tutttattiq Britis h . subject, hardly. .thing has Me to (eel' 1 - greater regret, as a.Bcitisb than.lte reported senthoents ottllte,RightHon,.s
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, TUESDAY. REYNOLDS V. WELSH. • • This was an action for" a breach of contract. 'The deelaratian stated, in considetation that the plaintiff, _ at request of defendant, Vti prevail upon Edmund Kean, the actor, to . sit to George Clint, to have his portrait i
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
FAMILY I

FAMILY I

JACKSON'. 1-10USI Supeior quire. e quire, with ever 3 Price. A_• VARrEI bOWLE TAIL SHOP i Patent Laic Inire4, at SMi IlltlcaNAL L lIOUSE:—A NI 'for Library, nor principle, person in Londo WITHOUT SII at the expense OIL, being an IMPO . Sinumbva,Frent may be pnrchas The principle
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
head, bottles incl.., ft. Aittance of 101, or half that aitantity in hatnver, for 51. IVIADEIR,A, VIDON I A, CAR;A-YELIA.A,

head, bottles incl.., ft. Aittance of 101, or half that aitantity in hatnver, for 51. IVIADEIR,A, VIDON I A, CAR;A-YELIA.A,

LISBON. MOUNTAIN, &c. 425. per dozen. ittst ltinded; VIIAMPAGN-B, vintage MIS, first quality, Avarranted, 41. 4s. per dozen ; MARASCHINO, 15s. 6d. per flask. Just. imported, FLORENCE OIL, eases of thirty flask s 21.25. or Is. 6d. per flask .• Old COGNAC BRANDY, 21s. 6d. and 23,4
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF HOPS, per cwt. FEB. IS. K en t Po c ket s , (264. to 1455. to 160

PRICE OF HOPS, per cwt. FEB. IS. K en t Po c ket s , (264. to 1455. to 160

s. per cwt. • : . Sussex Pockets, 19,N. to 1325. to 1395. r Essex Pockets, 1265. to 140 s. to 150 s. Ftinaham, fine, 101. 10; to 121. 12s—Seconds, 91. Os. to 101. " ;cent 13aT,s, -115 s. to 1265. to 1475. Sussex Bags -112 s. to 120 s. to 1245. . Essex Bars -115 s. to 1265. to 13
February 20, 1825 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WEEELY GLOM LONDON SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1824.

THE WEEELY GLOM LONDON SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1824.

Philadelphia Papers to the 21st ult., containing extracts from the New York Papers to the 17th have been received. A. resolution has been agreed to in the House of Represen.. tatives, 'recommending the building of 10 additional ships war. This circumstance, combined with the lan
January 25, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
PM ECONOMICAL ECONOMICAL and UNIVERSAL LAMP.—The Patentee assures the Public, that in this invention, the grand essentials, brilliancy, sweetness, certainty,

PM ECONOMICAL ECONOMICAL and UNIVERSAL LAMP.—The Patentee assures the Public, that in this invention, the grand essentials, brilliancy, sweetness, certainty,

and simplicity are brought to the utmost perfection, and the principle alike applicable to Lamps for every use, and light in every degree. The Chamber Lamp gives a brilliant and invariable light for any time required, ready at the moment it is wanted, and bearing a swift motion'
January 18, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, MACH 18..

THURSDAY, MACH 18..

THURSDAY, MACH Mr. S. • RICE presented. aPc ion from the incorporated Chamber of Commerce of the City of Limerick : and all that the Petitioners prayed for was, that the 1-louse would not rashly and iocatitiodsly witloiraw the existing bounties on the export of Irish Linens, unti
March 21, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England