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• This day are published, price s. JLLUSTRATIONS or the Unriv a ll e d • Efficacy of COMPRESSION avid, PERCUSSION in the CURE of RHEUMATISM, SPRAT S. and DEBILITY of the EXTREMITIES. By WILLIAM BALFOUR, M. D. Edinburgh. Author of !‘ Illustrations of the Power of Emetic Tartar, i
20 January 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
4. 1 0, 12. t iSi N a l e t might b e sa id th ere wou ld

4. 1 0, 12. t iSi N a l e t might b e sa id th ere wou ld

b e d a n ge r f r om th e electors pLbra ibb __ Thlgogues ; b u t h e agre ed with the honourable member that it' there existed a dangerous demagogue, he would p In t he House of Commons. He had never known one k t ,, . ° Per di et : hein g did t his it six months in ar iament,
24 March 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
144 W OV LIBEL.

144 W OV LIBEL.

The following excellent epitome of the law of libel has been printed and circulated by the Constitutional Association. The law of libel is founded upon a, single, plain, and familiar principle.—.-a principle sanctioned alike by morality and religion, "That no individual shall in
24 March 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COMPROMISE OF THE TOWN'S CASE.

COMPROMISE OF THE TOWN'S CASE.

, The public must have been greatly surprised by den tertningiOn of this law-suit, which has excit, i `h much 'bustling interest among the vulgar herd of We' r e formers. The, outlines of the case are, we stippose, known to our 'Edinburgh readers at least; o p !i t Al thing, we
10 March 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GRAMPOUND LIUL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEACON.

GRAMPOUND LIUL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEACON.

Si IL —The bill now in progress through Parliament for the disfranchisement of Grainpound must he a subject of satisTaction _to every genuine patriot. It at once destroYs the assertions of those who have denied the capacity of the constitution to remedy the buses attributed to i
10 March 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INSTITUTION FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE FINE ARTS IN SCOTLAND, . THE KING PATRON. TNIIMATION is hereby given, that the

INSTITUTION FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE FINE ARTS IN SCOTLAND, . THE KING PATRON. TNIIMATION is hereby given, that the

EXHIBI. TION of the WORKS of LIVING ARTISTS of the Unite,d Kingdom, still he opened in Mr BRUCE'S Rooms, Waterloo Place, on Monday the 12th day of March. Open from 10 till dus k. Admittance one shilling: season ticket five shillings.—Cstalogue sixpence. ALEX. OSWALD, Seek Entxrr
3 March 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE BEACON. THE BEACON.

THE BEACON. THE BEACON.

EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, JULY 21. NOTICES TO .CORRESPONDENTS. The , " Nursery Verses" have been received: but we have particular reasons for not inserting them at pii , sezt: we need scarcely say how happy we always are to hear fromthat quarter. As Regulus" remarks, St Andrew's folk
21 July 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Average of six years, . ending Janunry 5, 1784, Ditto, 1793, Ditto, I 799, In 1800, . In 1801, .

Average of six years, . ending Janunry 5, 1784, Ditto, 1793, Ditto, I 799, In 1800, . In 1801, .

lii 1802, • In 1819, L 12 , 900,602 e 0,259,063 27,945,323 - 30,481,000 32,353,15.5 35,73.5,826 about 40,000,000 "We have not yet seen the official returns for 1814, but Lord Liverpool, in his speech on the trade of the country, stated:distinctly that the exports for that year e
3 February 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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9 June 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WAYS AND MEANS.

WAYS AND MEANS.

„ . The Speaker having left the chair; The CHANCEIA.OK of the EXCHEQUER said, proceeding to the ways and means by which it was proposed to raise the supply granted, he should observe, that the total amount of what might be called the ready-money produce of this year was £6,570,0
9 June 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland