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Mr. GnAnAm addressed the Jury, and after explaining law as it constitutes the offence of murder and manslaughter, said, that,

Mr. GnAnAm addressed the Jury, and after explaining law as it constitutes the offence of murder and manslaughter, said, that,

there appeared to have been coinparatively but ti.iviai provocation on the part of the deceased for so shocking an assault, with so deadly a weapon; and if they were satisfied that the prisoner had time to reflect upon the consequences of the act, and that be did it to gratify f
February 22, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

March 17. Samuel Holland and Thomas Smith Williams, of Liverpool, merchants—Mardi 6. James Hay and Jeremiah Hill, of Borough High-stroet, Surrey, linen-drapers. —Feb. 24. Robert Collins, of Regent-street, Oxford-street, carpet dealer—Feb. 24. John Miller, of the Burlington Arcad
February 8, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LATE GREAT FIGHT.

THE LATE GREAT FIGHT.

Cribb, in reply to an assertion by Reynolds says:— , " No man despises more than Myself the of words, because I am of opinion, that those who chaff most will fight' the least, and had Mr. Reynolds confined himself to general invective, I shOu.d have allowed him to vent his rage
February 8, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
LUPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

LUPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS, 1. Viscount GORT took the oaths and his seat as a Representative Peer of Ireland, in the room of the late Viscount Powerscourt.—Ailjourned. * The Earl of DARNLEY complained that a TUESDAY, MAncn 2. portion of th e public money intended f or b u ildi ng new church
March 7, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, MARCH 1.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, MARCH 1.

Sir Jona/ ASTLEY presented a Petition from certain Woollen Manufacturers of Wilts, for a repeal of the duties on imported wool.—Ordered to be printed. ENGLISH LABOURERS. Sir ASTLEY presented a Petition, signed by Mr. Robert Gourley and several Inhabitants of the County of Wilts,
March 7, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Spirit of the OLD SWiN, in Swan Yard, - alias New Church Court, was not received in

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Spirit of the OLD SWiN, in Swan Yard, - alias New Church Court, was not received in

timefor insertion in this day's Paper.
March 7, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
pANKRUP,TCY ENLARGED.

pANKRUP,TCY ENLARGED.

R. Smalley, of Pontefract, yorkshire, mercer, lion; . aod Fuollell 7 drapey, from Marelt 27 to April 6, BXNIC.II.UPTCY SUPEItSEDD. W. of .E . ristol, liner-draper. BANKRU W. I) I ettiu of Great Yartr i outh . , fish merchant, March 31, April I, and May 4;at savon, at NeNonls Hot
March 28, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
CANE LAWS.

CANE LAWS.

Mr. .JAMES presented 4 Petition from William Cobbett, Esq.. against the Bill for the Sale of Game. The Hon. 'lember in presenting the Petition said, that the only bird not tnade.property by the Bill was the wild gamse. He 'Knew not why the framers of the Bill exceltted the wild
March 28, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
TI! EA TR E, S.

TI! EA TR E, S.

-41 , •- , - Madame VESTRIS and Signor GARCIA being both ill, Madame CATALANt was, obliged to lend her powerful aid to support the Opera last night at the King's Theatre. The two major Theatres continue an uninterrupted course of success., Drury Lane with . its Merry Wives of Wi
March 28, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
- SUSSEX :LENT.iISSIZEP.—Honsseg, .31.4nc1i 24;

- SUSSEX :LENT.iISSIZEP.—Honsseg, .31.4nc1i 24;

March 28, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England