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110111 E CIRCUIT.

110111 E CIRCUIT.

E CIRCUIT. .Judtkes . —Lord and Mr. justiee ABBoTT. Usti hurstlay, July 16, at Het tford., 111 onday , Jidy £O. at Clielmsfurd. Ki , NT—Muntlay, J(Il) . 27, at Maidstone. sussEx—Satutday, August 1, at Ltwes. SLI.IIEI:7 - 'll 3 Mr 2 l. l a.Yl tjl at Guildfoßl.
June 14, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDEDS AT GUILDHALL LONDON.

DIVIDEDS AT GUILDHALL LONDON.

June ZO. J. Mansell, Wood-sret t, Cheapside, haberdasher, at ten—July ;21. J. Humphreys, Ilammersmith, builder, at eleven—July J. Swanson, Manor-row, East Smithfield, meechant, at twelve—Ju'y 11, J. Knight and T. Ashby, Gough-square, fancy feather manufacturers, at twelve—July ,
June 14, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN.

COVENT GARDEN.

Sheridan's Comedy of the School fur Scandal was performed at the Theatre on Monday night, when the Duchess, attended by the Duke of Cumberland, for the fir , kt time honoured a British theatre with tier presence. A better piece could not possibly have been selected for introduci
June 14, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE 0F pOMMONS.

HOUSE 0F pOMMONS.

MONDAY, JUNE 8. A message from the Lords announced that their Lordships did not in s ist on their amendment to the - Alien Bill. It also stated that their Lordships bad agreed to the Cutlery Trade Regulation Bill, with amendments, 16 which they desired the concurrence of the Hou
June 14, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARKETS, &c. CORN EXCHANGE., FRIDAY, Ti e I'Vheat trade is dull to day, but fine parcels tuain -1 ,, parcels

MARKETS, &c. CORN EXCHANGE., FRIDAY, Ti e I'Vheat trade is dull to day, but fine parcels tuain -1 ,, parcels

maintain Moinlay's vices. Barley meets a ben l sale for middline: qualities, and is the-turn lower.—Beag ls on rather better terms, and the Oat trade i full as iv fresh parceli. 111 other articles we have alteration " notice. •
June 14, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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O HE INDEPENDEN ELECORS OF LIVERPOOL, resolved to support HOM AS LEYLAND, Esq. at the next Election, in opposition to the Right Hon. G LI 3 RGE CANNING. liverpool was once the advocate , of the Negro Slave radecgtntnerce and the love of wealth had caused it; but Liver-14(3°1 is
May 24, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH DRAMA. THEATRE DES TARIF.TES.

FRENCH DRAMA. THEATRE DES TARIF.TES.

Chaetas et Atata.—The iliad, tbe /Eneid, and the Henriade, have all been trayestied; and lyet the Immourous traits of ridicule in no way . diminish the admiration inspired by these exquisite productions. • M. Chateaubriant's Genie du Christianisme had therefore nothing to fear f
May 24, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IMITATION TEA-POISON.

IMITATION TEA-POISON.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. Attorn , y-General v. Painter—Mr. Walton opened the ( . I .celarati o n, an d state d , t h at t hi s was an i n f ormat i on aga i ns t the defendant, a tea-dealer, charging him with having in his I t ; °BB sion a quantity of sloe-leaves and white thorn leav
May 24, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
– • T dzr, re. 77 --17 v ~._42LA

– • T dzr, re. 77 --17 v ~._42LA

- • T re. 77 -- 17 v ~._42LA AND FASHIONABLE SUNDAY AND No. 25. MONDAY (111RONICLE. 1110N1):1Y, JUNE 29, 1818. DISQUISIIION. " Tn MI With FEAR." But mid may now learn that aU those oppret.sions cannot be contioucd for c , vcr. There is a per;od up to which obedience not be given,
June 29, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COVENT_GARDEN THEATRE.

COVENT_GARDEN THEATRE.

At this theatre things go on in the old way ; nothin,, very new, but nothing requirin,g. ,censure. The benefits are badly attended; but the dog-days are a little to warm for a crowded pit. ENGLI:qi OPERA HOUSE. The proprietor of this theatre is certainly most strenuous in his en
June 29, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England