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Mr; EDITOR,

Mr; EDITOR,

Chance led me) on Thursday last, to view the crowds of Nobility and Gentry hastening to pay the homage of their flatteries to the Prince, at his lievee. I was detained for some time by the - populaCe before I could make way through Pall Mall; and when I found myself a little fre
February 15, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LENT ASSIZES-OXFORD CIRCUIT, 1818.

LENT ASSIZES-OXFORD CIRCUIT, 1818.

Judges—Mr. Justice PARK and Mr. Justice BLIRROUGII. gerkshire—Monday, the 2d of March, at Reading, at nine o'clock in the morning. Oxfordshire—Wednesday, the 4th of March, at Oxford. ;Vorcestershire—Saturday, Ale 7th of March, at Worcester. City of Worcester —The same day, at th
February 15, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW SYSTEM OF BEACONING (Concluded from our last.)

NEW SYSTEM OF BEACONING (Concluded from our last.)

A writer in the American Philosophical Transactions remarks, that "the duties of a buoy (meaning a beacon) ar. e most imperious; to the performance, however, of which, it Is lamentable to reflect, from their construction and appointmen t s they. are wholly incompetent; for in fa
February 15, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
T E WORLD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1818:

T E WORLD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1818:

The foreign Journals have been universally barren l ioring the last week. Paris is occupied upon that which 116 called the attempted assassination of the Duke of WELLINGTON. They are again returning to the old state of things at Vienna. The brutal conduct of the Dey "I ALGIERS t
February 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.—The Public are respectfully invited to an inspection of the very large and cheap Stock of IRISH SHIRTING

ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.—The Public are respectfully invited to an inspection of the very large and cheap Stock of IRISH SHIRTING

and SHEETING CLOTH, now on SALE at No. 4, the South side of Bloomsbuay-square. The Company, from the nature of their establishments here and in Ireland, oiler to the community the above articles much cheaper better than they can be procured through any other medium. Their linens
February 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

rai ,, -RD, JAN. 26.—0 n the two last Degree days the ""Ing Gentlemen were regularly admitted to their Ilective degrees : t l'octor in Divinity • —The Reverend H. B. Wilson, of Lincoln od ege. ke'tor in Civil Law.--7 The Rev. John Brereton, of New 440k:he/ors in Dirinity.—The Re
February 2, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH-JAN. 27.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH-JAN. 27.

BECKWITH v. Woo.—This, it will be recollected, was an action against the Hundred, under the Riot Act, to recover the amount of damages done to the plaintiff's house, and the value of the arms carried away by the mob who attacked his house on the . 3d of December, 1816. At the tr
February 2, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SCOTCH BURGHS.

SCOTCH BURGHS.

(Continued from our last.) Now as there is not word of truth in this, it would have been *is creditable to the people of Montrose not to have said or insinuated a word of the kind—the policy which dictated such affectation is palpable enough, but however wise such policy may be
February 2, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, New Writs were ordered for the County of Glamorgan, in the room of .Benjamin Hall, Esq. deceased; for the Borough of Romney, in the room of Sir John Thomas Duckworth, deceased; for the Borough of Rippon in the room of the Right Hon. Frederick Robinso n , w h
February 2, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO THE PRINCE REGENT.

TO THE PRINCE REGENT.

The hour of affliction is generally the herald of the hour W'repentance. When the chastening hand of Heaven is 11 1)en us, we begin to look behind the veil which pride 4 nd sophism have drawn round our vices, and to behold 4 'ani in their real deformity. Such, therefore, is the
February 16, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England