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SEAMEN APPRENTICES' Arm

SEAMEN APPRENTICES' Arm

Mr. CURTEIS moved the second reading of the Mariners' Apprentices' Bill. Mr. MONK opposed the motion. The Bill was calculated to interfere with the law of settlement, already one of the most perplexing questions that came before the Magistracy. He should therefore move as an Ame
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
– _ _- SOCIETY OP BRITISH ARTISTS.

– _ _- SOCIETY OP BRITISH ARTISTS.

- _ _- SOCIETY OP BRITISH ARTISTS. The Gallery for the Exhibition and Sale of the Works of British Artists, in Great Sulll4k-street, Pali-mall East, is now open to the public. It consists of a suite of five rooms, two of which are devoted to Paintings, one to Sculpture, one to Ar
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD BFROA'S ,IIE4IOIR.g.

LORD BFROA'S ,IIE4IOIR.g.

The public will know how to appreciate the they hAvti—ifistained in the destruction of the auto-biography of elf:greatest Poet of the age. We copy from The Times of•yesterd'ay, the account of an event to which we own we cannot easily reconcile ourselves, premising, however, that
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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September 5, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
NEWBURY ' BERKS, 10. Wheat 486 to 764 New Barley —s to —s New ditto as —s Oats Rye —4

NEWBURY ' BERKS, 10. Wheat 486 to 764 New Barley —s to —s New ditto as —s Oats Rye —4

—s Beans 4ls s Barley ..... 2f:34 S6s Pease Ma —a Bread, per gallon, 174 to 19d.
June 13, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

J. Fielding, Chester, corn-dealer. Solicitors; Mr. Bullock-Smithy, near Stockport ; and Messrs. Milne. and Parry, Tempie. It. Blundell, Liverpool, dißiller. Stilicitors, Messrs. J. and IL Lowe, Southampton-buildings ; and Messrs. !tow e and North, Liverpool. J. Driver, Dutton, L
June 27, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF BREAD. . The highest price of Bread i, the Metropolis is Wit f:).r the 41b. Loa---there are others

PRICE OF BREAD. . The highest price of Bread i, the Metropolis is Wit f:).r the 41b. Loa---there are others

who sell from a halfpenny t o three halfpence below rate.
June 27, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
At the Court at Wiudsor, the 19th of October, 1824,

At the Court at Wiudsor, the 19th of October, 1824,

PRESENIT, ' It i T s t he hisKtliaritdietr)set E tl, by I .N a l l e ' s 'i t e ; t i in Council, in Cuon c that the Parliament be prorogued from Thursday., the 4th day of : Noventlier next, to Thursday. the 6ilt day of January next. ItUPTS. C. Arctiagelo, Gloucester-terrace, Be
October 24, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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October 24, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

DRURY-LANk.—This splendid Theatre opened last night for the season with The lifareiage of Figaro. .Miss Graddon, from the.Dublin.Theatre, made her debut in 'the Character of Susannah. Most of her songs were encored, ad She received great Applause. Mr. Harley, Miss Psovey, nd Oth
October 24, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England