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nnt and Naples , as been thwarte d nt ; and in those its agents better 'without securiog • mne time. TI st e whole o f I ta ly, e German Stal est ill in Part explain n army, an d the ed into the field, ich they did not .d. and probably they relied, bl $ eft but to retire. by the
April 22, 1821 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRIVILEGES OF PARLIAMVST.

PRIVILEGES OF PARLIAMVST.

One of the pri, ileges of the Rouse of it seems, is that airy fellow of that honourable assembly, may talk nonsense or falsehood in the House, without any person being at :liberty to point it out to hi s h onoura - We colleagues. A petition for reform in the •Scotch Burgh system
May 9, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
To the EDITOR of the BRITISH GAZETTE.

To the EDITOR of the BRITISH GAZETTE.

, - ,&n,.—.The information from which you framed. your .report in your paper of April 45, tinder the head " Offences —Serious •Fracas—Union7hall," of an unpleasant occurs mime between myself and a persou of the slaw Of Bakit, is so incorrect. that I (Rust request your insertion
May 9, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
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May 9, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
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May 9, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
GRANT TO TIM DUKE OF YORK.

GRANT TO TIM DUKE OF YORK.

This grant has now ascended to the House of Lord's, and if they are as careless of the public money, as lost to all sense of decency, and as shameless in biddiag defiance to public opinion, as the majority in the lower house, the Duke of York will have only the voice of the Rege
March 28, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
. THURSDAY. SETTLEMENT OF THE POOR:

. THURSDAY. SETTLEMENT OF THE POOR:

Mr. STUAGES'IVOURNE rose for 'leave to bring in a Mato regulate the Settlement of the Poor. As the Law of Settlement now stood, the first evil was, the expence that was the consequence of the removal of those who became chargeable. It was felt-in every parish, and tended to prod
March 28, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
STATE. OF – FRANCE.

STATE. OF – FRANCE.

STATE . OF - FRANCE. Tur situation of affairs in Vratiee begius to alarm our Vivre who have been so loud in their boasts of aving given lating repose to Fairope. They begin to iniaginelhey have cried piece, when there was no peace have repressed the flame for a moment,: to Wither
March 14, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
AroTv ESTIMATES.

AroTv ESTIMATES.

ESTIMATES. . . . . i . I.qr!! PAIMVMSTOS moved the number of men employed as ',,.'knd 1. forces be 80,81, exclusive of the force,s In India, from "h Dee. ISIS, to the 24th Dec :1819. ' . lINCIIEQUER CONSOLIDATION - ACTS—BANK BALANCES. The CIIPICELLOR of the EKCiIEQUZE said, by th
March 14, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England
 
– FRIDAY. BURGH REFORM.

– FRIDAY. BURGH REFORM.

- FRIDAY. BURGH REFORM. Dc PS presented A petition from burgesses of Edinburgh, praying for burgh reform. Mr. said, that the petition., like all petitions on the same subject, was nuinerously signed. The greatest unanimity prevaiW on this &tibject. Five oat of six were in every b
March 14, 1819 - Wooler's British Gazette - London, London, England