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20 May 1826 - British Press - London, London, England
 
FROM LLOYD'S LIST.

FROM LLOYD'S LIST.

Dec. 1 —Pis.ert by the Argo., Berner, from Vngttlia ; Ann* Mana, , sonield, from Liston; and the Good latent, Reid, (n the tl+r,lice.e. limner, for Sr. Grenville Ray, Maim, for ; Pearl, Walker; atl tha GJeernur Watson, fur Tobago. *SUITED. Off Drover—r The Factor, De Proper, fro
3 December 1807 - British Press - London, London, England
 
President, who is a Member of the College of Commerce. • ALTONA, FEBRUARY 1. corps of foreign troops assembled in

President, who is a Member of the College of Commerce. • ALTONA, FEBRUARY 1. corps of foreign troops assembled in

our neighbourhood, is to he ready to march at the beginning of nest month. A French Captain of riflemen made prisoner of war at Stockholm, arrived at.Wismar, on the 26th last, states, that the public opinion in Sweden is decidedly in favour of the system adopted by the other Con
22 February 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
of the was very fell of Nobifify Fashionable+. Sc arlet cloaks, unnamed with ermine. to eerrespoad the meet pee%vibes for

of the was very fell of Nobifify Fashionable+. Sc arlet cloaks, unnamed with ermine. to eerrespoad the meet pee%vibes for

Inc fair pedestrians. There were two ladies whose dean displayed some novelty: they wore mantles of purple Turkish silk. trimmed round with env broad black Ism; boonets, • nth veils, to ntatc4 rthey looked aryl, lady-like. His Highness the Deka d' Sussts is the ridi. The very nu
7 March 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
Wan! cases the extravagant in the Its from the sElitia the objects pro-e corps as well r under the of this es-

Wan! cases the extravagant in the Its from the sElitia the objects pro-e corps as well r under the of this es-

horse are rodeo{ Ake number of five hawked it was intende d*lnce them still more. They are, however, is di ff erent ways, and this service is consid y bauetited by the profits of their labour. There are three or four hundred men employed, who are every day trained to the use of
27 February 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Time ttttt aliquaisted the that he had received • letter from Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Arionnty, dated tth inst. aciumeledeing the receipt of one time bum, contaising the Resulutioss of the Howie of the 16th April Bat. This letter was reed by the 3 to the these. It a warm of
8 March 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
~ . , not restoring that gentleman time. He was ready giie th tration all credit for their cowl, call

~ . , not restoring that gentleman time. He was ready giie th tration all credit for their cowl, call

it an act of arbitrary pea, cretion. Upon the whole, self wit stating, that,. jn his Ilan. Baronet had notikid any do , Lion of those papers, and opoisa the motion. Lord IlAttaY PETTY approved HonountlilirGentletnan opposite necessity of discussing subjects Catholic claims, with
4 March 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
TOSATRE-ROTAL, - WRY-LANE. THIS PRESENT E March 17, ieol, Their Majcstief will act the Opera of TI CABIN ET. Orlando,

TOSATRE-ROTAL, - WRY-LANE. THIS PRESENT E March 17, ieol, Their Majcstief will act the Opera of TI CABIN ET. Orlando,

Mr. Prelim®; Marquis, Mr. Peaky (bit i r e a ppearance in that Charm tex) ; Lasers., Mr. I. Smith Q 4 atca,-.Vs•i,thltLhiti;iiiewielliiiloaMr. Mathews; iltirota, aturare. Aft wliieb, tits Comedy of THREE WEEKS Al : l'Elt MARRIAGE. chart', it Ellison; Eiroott, Mr. Durkin. Rartrt,
17 March 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
, is tte • to ut tail, will, ene Marti, 19, At e city 4 Lg. to all. ' Atturuity.

, is tte • to ut tail, will, ene Marti, 19, At e city 4 Lg. to all. ' Atturuity.

it-rood, iu th e , to god roost? of he Getibeswi of ra, at of Salop tilt comas' of 11, at eleven, I ern, J ,Lu. in tk 'e, retttr-laar, the of eke, at tiuild. ' , ft, the of I, Guildhall, s eity of T oo . tu the cou.ty Southnarh, in kr and chap. .street, is t►e ut Salford, in d a
10 March 1808 - British Press - London, London, England
 
regara to the tfignitted moon who was the ehjectof charge before them. He sincerely treated that ao oue Member would

regara to the tfignitted moon who was the ehjectof charge before them. He sincerely treated that ao oue Member would

give a vote upon the subject, without having deliberately considered the subject of so grave and serious a charge against Marquis Wellesley, as Governor-General of India. -rho charge was, that that Noble Marquis had wielded the stipulations of a treaty with the Nabob of Oude, to
10 March 1808 - British Press - London, London, England