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PRICES . OF MEAT AT. FIELD . Per Stone of , 81b. Beef.... . .5 0 6 4 Mutton ..

PRICES . OF MEAT AT. FIELD . Per Stone of , 81b. Beef.... . .5 0 6 4 Mutton ..

5 4 I 6 6 o.O'a u Veal .5 a 7 0 . N W GATE ANITUADEt•THALL MARKETS. s. d. s. d s. d. s. d. 8eef........ 4 . 0 to 5 4 Veal 4 0 to 6 4 Mutton.:. 4 4 to 5 4 Pork 5 0 tO 6 4
18 March 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
TO TILE EDITOR ,OF 7'HE DISSENTER.

TO TILE EDITOR ,OF 7'HE DISSENTER.

SIR—As the Catholic Question willvery shortly undergo anOther discussion in the British Senate, and be forced upon the public through the medium of the different jotir• nals, it is of great importance that the subject . should be temperately considered, and left to its avn merit
25 March 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
TRIALS OF THE RIOTERS AT 'NOTTINGHAM

TRIALS OF THE RIOTERS AT 'NOTTINGHAM

On Monday morning, the Grand Jury were sworn in ;.after which the learned Judge - RAlLtit addressed them in nearly the following words: " GENTLEMEN.—Nothing could give me - greater 'satisfaction, amidst the troubled state to - which this important county has been reduced by a nu
25 March 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
THE DISSENTER. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH AND I'HE DISSENTERS

THE DISSENTER. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH AND I'HE DISSENTERS

We copy the following extract from a letter addressed to a provincial Journal, in a reply to some late observations in defence of the Church:— " Stit—lt is' not my ihtention,—nor indeed, would it be proper for me in a weekly journal,—to go LIAO the full merits of the controversy
4 March 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
d iW sopa felt, of laced : ihc that a V. if path of unrivalled glory on the ocean, upon

d iW sopa felt, of laced : ihc that a V. if path of unrivalled glory on the ocean, upon

the plains of Spain; and did he not say he would drive them back to the sea) and that he would insult them as they fled, by displaying the French banners over all the ramparts of the Peninsula? (hear.) Such were his boasts, but behold the reverse ? On that day twelvemonth, 0 hap
4 March 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
ADMIRALTY SESSIONS.

ADMIRALTY SESSIONS.

L A Special Session was held, on Friday at Court-house Old Bailey, in pursuance of the order of the; Board of A daiiralty, before Sir Scott, Sir Sinion LC Blanc, '.&c. TREASON. _e first prisoners put to the bar were—James Griffiths, 10 Ifindesi, Pat. Corbett, James Dunn and John
4 March 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
14 EI.CESTER AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. . " o fldaY . the ilth. inst. the AnniversatY of the LETiVER Auriga SOCIETY

14 EI.CESTER AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. . " o fldaY . the ilth. inst. the AnniversatY of the LETiVER Auriga SOCIETY

Was held: The senti- , ' I ,, , n tspf the Established Cleroy were marked with an a!- cast of liberality. - --a 'tone . of conciliation toa, '!lit'ir Dissehting brethren, most'highly praiseworthy; v ii r i lFnary arid 'fundamental object of the institution, viz. of the - atithor
29 April 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
the present assembly, will do injostice of supposing that any reflection is intended Soon the Liturgy: though a Protestant Dissenter,

the present assembly, will do injostice of supposing that any reflection is intended Soon the Liturgy: though a Protestant Dissenter,

I am by no means insensible to its merits ;.I . can admire the evangelicul purity of its sentiments, the sublimity of its devotion, the majestic siinplieity of its language, but I cannot forget that it is still only an uninspired composition. The maxim we wish to establish, as a
29 April 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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29 April 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
THE TOLERATION ACT.

THE TOLERATION ACT.

We readily give insertion to the following Letter, written in-reply to some strictures in another Journal ; but certainly not illiberal strictures., though the writer is a confessed member of the established Church. We most cordially, agree with B. F. that the hearers of any per
6 May 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England