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PROTEST.

PROTEST.

The following is the Earl of Radnor's Protest against the Bill for the reversal of the Stafford attainder, entered on the Journals of the House of Lords : Die Venerii, 11 Junii, 1824. , Then it was moved, in folio 1; lines 7 and S, te leave out the words" just and proper," for t
July 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
:F.'1i6.41 L.4sr NIGfITS ilditEtiV4

:F.'1i6.41 L.4sr NIGfITS ilditEtiV4

NIGfITS WAITERALG, JUNE 30. The pleased to appoint William Jotiri Law. Psq. Barrister at Law ; to be. His additional Cowlatissioner.for the Kt: lief of Insolvent Debtors... ." . • 'WAR-OFFICE, JULY 2. . • ' 7th Amt. of Drag. Gmards, J. Osborn, (lent. to Carnet; 6th Regt. Drak.. C
July 4, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
This day is published, In 3 vols. post Bvo. price 11. H. 611. boards, RED GAUNTLET; a Tale of the

This day is published, In 3 vols. post Bvo. price 11. H. 611. boards, RED GAUNTLET; a Tale of the

Eighteenth Century. By the Author of " Waverley," &c. " Maker, go on ; and I will follow thee, To the last gasp, with truth and loyalty." als You Like it. Printed for Araibrild Constab/e and Co., Edinburgh; and Hurst, Robindon, and Cu. 90, Cheapside, and 8, Pall- Mall, London. O
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
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G „on-Ea '7l.Erg *9l, xis f.A V

G „on-E a ' 7l .Erg *9l , xis f.A V L 0 I) ON: - SUNDAY, 20, 1824. he-1-1019e of Lords sat yesterday principally on account of tho. Bill for enabling his Grace tho.Dulie • oflN(,,rfolk to exercise, the functions of his . office of Earl Mar Slat of England in person. On the Motion
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
QUEEN SQUARE.

QUEEN SQUARE.

Rachel Weekes, it respectable looking female, was charged with having falsely represented- herself to have been the a Miss Bristow, for a considerahle period, and under that representation, hired as a servant by Lord Mountcharles, eldest .son of the Marquis of Conynghion. Earl M
June 20, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
KILKENNY ASSIZES.

KILKENNY ASSIZES.

TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF THE MURDERERS OF THE LATE MR. .MARUM. _ - On Monday, this bnportant trial came on before the CHIEF JUSTICE, in the County Court House, Kilkenny. . ;artraotcrioienks Whelan,oen ce 7 T e h r o e . , , mi T ch h a e el p c er :m op iL cirr n mas ,Sales, Will
August 29, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
UNION HALL.

UNION HALL.

TueSday, Joseph Pitt was brought up for re-examination, charged with having robbed Mr. Drew of the 581. ' Dlr. Drew took the prisoner into his Service as gardener. Soon afterwards a box, which was in his 'office, containing the above sum, was broken open, and the contents stolen
August 29, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
Handsomely printed in small Svo. similar to Domestic • Cookery, price 7s. 6d. in boards, A New Edition, Greatly Improved

Handsomely printed in small Svo. similar to Domestic • Cookery, price 7s. 6d. in boards, A New Edition, Greatly Improved

, of THE NEW FAMILY RECEIPT-BOOK: a Collection of more than Eight Hundred Truly Valtrable Receipts in various branches of Domestic Econoiny, Selected from the Works of British and Foreign Wr;tera of unquestionable experience and authority, and from the attested commuuications of
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
BY A LADY.

BY A LADY.

" This is really one of the most practically useful books of any which we have seen on the subject. The Lady who has written it, has net studied how to form expensive articles for luxurious tables, but to combine elegance with economy ; she has given her directions in a plain se
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE.

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE.

TO-MORROW ven ing, May 24th, will b e p er f orme d, E The MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR. —sir J o h n Falstaff, Mr. Dowton; Mrs. Ford, Miss Stephens; Mrs. Page Madame Vestris. 'Tuesday—The SCHOOL for SCANDAL—Sir Peter Teazle, Mr. Mundell ;• Sir Oliver Surface, Mr. Dowton ; Charles Sur
May 23, 1824 - Weekly Globe - London, London, England