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SATURDAY, AUG. 7. IMPORTANT TRIAL-THE ROCK SYSTEM.

SATURDAY, AUG. 7. IMPORTANT TRIAL-THE ROCK SYSTEM.

Patrick Manane and James Manane (brothers) and John -Greene, were indicted for attacking the house of Major Hare, and for the murder of the said Major Hare. This trial excited the most in tense interest throughout the country. After fifty-six challenges, the Jury were at length
August 15, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
DEDICATED 10, AND HONOURED WITH THE APPROBATION OF, HIS MAJESTY. Just published, price £l. 45., in an elegant Box, MYRIORAMA

DEDICATED 10, AND HONOURED WITH THE APPROBATION OF, HIS MAJESTY. Just published, price £l. 45., in an elegant Box, MYRIORAMA

(SECOND SERIES), AL consisting entirely of ITALIAN SCENERY. Designed by Mr. CLARK. The First Series of this Work having been honoured with very flattering marks of approbation, Mr. has been induced to design the present Collection, in the hope that it will found still more deser
June 6, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
ferre,', to a ct Committee up stairs, to take evidence, and report on it to the House. Sir F. OMMANNEY

ferre,', to a ct Committee up stairs, to take evidence, and report on it to the House. Sir F. OMMANNEY

supported the amendment, which was lost on that division. Another division then took place on the motion for going into a Committee, which was carried by a majority of 11. Sir F. OMMANNHT then rose, and moved that the operation of the Bill should commence in the year of our Lord
June 6, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THE.47'Rk:g.

THE.47'Rk:g.

IjEURY-LANE. — Mr. MUNDEN bid fare Well to the Stage on Monday night.—Sir Robert Bramble in the comedy of The Poor Gentleman, and Old Dozey, in the afterPiede of Past Ten o'Clock, and a Rainy Night, were the characters selected for this interesting occasion. The audience, which
June 6, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH-V- EIitERDAY.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH-V- EIitERDAY.

(Before Mr. Justice LITTLEDALE and a Common Jury. THE KING V. COULING. LIBEL.—Mr. TALFOIIRD, in the absence of Mr. Scarlett. stated that this was a prosecution instituted by Mr. J M. P. for Peterstield, against the defendant, for libellin4 him, by distributing hand-bills, contai
June 6, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. GRAHAM'S BALLOON.

MR. GRAHAM'S BALLOON.

The fatal accident w:tich attended the ascent of Mr. Harris did not prevent a similar experiment on 'Wednesday. Onthat day Mr. Graham, accompanied by his wife, made.an excursion from the Gardens of White Conduit House. The balloon being inflated, the travellers stepped into the
June 6, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
GENERAL . 'AVERAGE PRICE OP BRITISiI for the' Week ending August 7, 1524, made Returns . of the Inspectors in

GENERAL . 'AVERAGE PRICE OP BRITISiI for the' Week ending August 7, 1524, made Returns . of the Inspectors in

the Maritime . Towns ist.lingland and Wake, b Which iup. is regulated. . Wheat.... 485 Id I Barley .04 I Beans..... Rye S9s id I Oats .25a 164
August 22, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY, OcT. 29.

OLD BAILEY, OcT. 29.

ATROCIOUS CASE OF HIGHWAY ROBBERY AND ATTEMPT To MURDER. . Edward Hams alias Kiddy Harris, aged 37, Was indicted for assaulting Sarah Drew, on the King's highway, and stealing from her person seventeen shillings and a shawl, her monies and property. - Mr. ALLEY stated the case t
October 31, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
MARY-LA.-BONNE:

MARY-LA.-BONNE:

• - FIGHTING MEN AND THEIR GIELS.-"-Ethyarcl Stock'man, well known as a member of the pugilistic.corps, was on Wednesday brought to this office, on a watch-house charge of assault. Tie . complainant, a pretty-looking girl about sixteen years old, stated, that- she had cohabited
October 31, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

_ At Whimple, Devon, on the 25th instant, Sir Gregory A.., Lewin, of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law, to Elizabeth Caroline, eldest daughter of the late Wm. Buller, F%q., of Maidwell Hall, Sorthampton.
October 31, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England