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ARMY PROMOTIONS.

ARMY PROMOTIONS.

CROWN-OFFICE, 'MARCH 14. MEMBERS RETURNED TO SERVE IN THIS PRESENT PARiAAMENT. Borough of Henry Rose, Esq. in the of the Right Hon. George Rose, deceased. Town of Southampton—W illiam Chamberlayne, of Weston Grove, in the parish of St. Mary Extra, in the County of Sonthampton, E
March 16, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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_ - . ,• BLOOD-MONEY.—We rejoice to find that tbis subject has been discussed before the• Grand Jury for the county of Stafford, when a Petition to the House of Commons,' praying for the abolition this system, was unanimously' resolved and agreed upon. And most sincerely do We ho
March 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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March 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE EXCESSES.

FASHIONABLE EXCESSES.

WHEN . Men of Education and - professional pero". vering endeavours to discover the most safe and ccrtii 3 method of treating a few prevailing maladies, the sliceessfut suit of their experience is the best proof of superiority.. Messrs. GO S'S and Co. Members of the Royal Colle.
March 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY, M - ARCII 16. The house met at 10 o'clock on judicial business, and re-assembled again at 4. - -, - =hen the indemnity bill was brought back frcui the bk 'Mr. BROGDEN. : The Greenland gh - ery.oaths bill, theßoth gas-Ugh ts' bill, and several private bills, were brought
March 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BENSON observed, that petitions respecting the state of it is trade had been presented from almost every town in whicl:

BENSON observed, that petitions respecting the state of it is trade had been presented from almost every town in whicl:

ti was carried on. He should not discharge his duty to the he was con nec t e d w ith (St a ff or d), Wh e r e t h e le a the r busih s was a staple manufactory, without recommending their " w e L titions to the attention of the Chancellor of the ExcliequeT, (4 1 ,5 he hoped, wo
March 1, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JURY COURTS IN SCOTLAND.

JURY COURTS IN SCOTLAND.

Mr. Walpole brought up the Report of the Committee on the Jury Courts in Seottand.—Ordered to be printed. LEI6II'S DIVORCE BILL The House resolved itself into a Committee on Leigh's Divorce Bill. Counsel were heard upon it, and witnesses exa• mined. The Report was received, and
April 5, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
roucE REw 4 RDS

roucE REw 4 RDS

After discharging a previous order, Nfr. Bennet moved f or leave to bring in a bill to repeal certain parts of acts which gave pecuniary rewards to police officers, 6:c Leave given. Mr. Bennet then brought up the bill, which was read a first time, and orderel to be printed.
April 5, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

J. E. and T. Walton, Bread-street, factors—J. Callow, Southall, builder—F. Martin, Throgmortou-street, stockbroker—T. Williams, Coleman-street, packer—R. Ztlehael's-place, Brompton, baker—T. Browne, J Forrester, Savage-gardens, wine merchants—G. Franks. Redcron-street, hatter—H.
April 5, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR FEMALE.

SINGULAR FEMALE.

( HALL—Thursday, a female, elegantly dressed, ivbuse face was covered with a veil, was observed by one of the ( lerks of this ()Mee, as she was leaving the place, with a law book (Dukenson's Justice), which sho : had stolen from the magistrate's desk, he immediately stopped her,
April 6, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England