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;erest of every . Man in Britain." rPrice year 1814. I rejoice that, for the. present, at least, lam eliOled to do so; but I cannot consent to do so without ,for,:a moment, in order to guard against any construction, or sttpposed admission, which might have the effect of limitin
08 October 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND RITiSH LIIMINARY,

THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND RITiSH LIIMINARY,

exhibition of Mahomet from a dance into something further, and talks of his trowsers being made up by him into a roll. This is the first witness, who on this point begins to hint at sonic indecency; he started and drew himself back in a manner that I could not In his wicked imag
08 October 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
croitp antcliigence.

croitp antcliigence.

Cambridge, Feb. 9.—The decisiot - 1 of the Court of Chancery relative to the mastership of Queen's Coll, which it was expected would have been declared , on Tuesday last, was again deferred for a few days. J. Pasheller, Esq. of Godmanclicster, is appointed High Sheriff far the c
11 February 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
THE ;PEEK'S CLII7=CH4T.

THE ;PEEK'S CLII7=CH4T.

A farmer of Spa'rade ; in the department of Atmle, in France, died lately at the - great age of 116 years. He never had anydlsorder or infirmity.---An eagle, of an enormous size was camilit on the estate of Air. Tennant, at Tempo, its Ireland, last week ; when taken it had a spr
04 March 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
•ONG and Cu., 42, Old Bond Street, avail theinielve, A of the present opportunity to remind their Friend, -Ind the

•ONG and Cu., 42, Old Bond Street, avail theinielve, A of the present opportunity to remind their Friend, -Ind the

• Public in general, that the Quarterly Sale of East-India Teas will commence on Tuesday. March the 6th ; and in soliciting the early orders of their F. lends. they reier with confidence to their past tieatment of their cu.tomers, which they Oust has proved that there is no in L
04 March 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
"• publi‘lied. in large your. Mats. pries eflt. 6(.1. THE FATALISTS, or R ecor d s sod a . .

"• publi‘lied. in large your. Mats. pries eflt. 6(.1. THE FATALISTS, or R ecor d s sod a . .

Novel, by Mrs. KELLY, Author of the Matron of Erin, &c. Printed for A. K. NEWM AN and Co., The following will be published Sprimg : THE IRISH NECROMANCER. or Deer Pal ki by Mr. Marshall, 3 1014. " OLD OCEAN'S BAUBLE," or How Much? a Satiric Novel, .by limes Hook, Esq. 3 vols. FE
04 March 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF MEAT AT SMITHFIELD, • Friday November 17. • . s. d. s. d. Head of Cattle this Day.

PRICE OF MEAT AT SMITHFIELD, • Friday November 17. • . s. d. s. d. Head of Cattle this Day.

Beef.. 3 8 a ii 0 Beast • Mutton 3 8 a'4 8 Sheep Veal Pork Exclusive of the Offal, which consists of Head, Entrails and Hide, and is worth about Id. per tb.—Per Stone of 811).
19 November 1820 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
Mr. J. Smith then gave notice, that on Tuesday the 13th Feb., I he would submit a motion to the

Mr. J. Smith then gave notice, that on Tuesday the 13th Feb., I he would submit a motion to the

House for the restoration of her Majesty's name to the Liturgy.—(Cheers from the Opposition) Sir J; Newport having'moved the order of the day, renewed the proposition which he submitted' to . the House last night, na!nely, that the Address of the l'resbytery of Langholtue was a
04 February 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
. . 152_ . THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY. _ t...potttng :Intelligence. ley countries, instead of Sir Bellingham Graham,

. . 152_ . THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND BRITISH LUMINARY. _ t...potttng :Intelligence. ley countries, instead of Sir Bellingham Graham,

who has not only according to Britten's confession to the magistrates, the money was relinquished that, but likewise the Althorp covers. . to be divided amongst four persons, Jones, Mason, and two others (Reported by G. KENT, exclusively for this Paper.) TANDEM DRIVING.-A match
13 May 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England
 
No. 131.1 CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION.-REFORM.

No. 131.1 CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION.-REFORM.

AFTER . an adjourned debate on the second reading of the Catholic Relief Bill, it was negatived on Tuesday in the House of Lords by a majority of Thirty-nine 1 (By the by, it is rather a happy coincidence! this being the exact number of the Articles of the Established Church! !
22 April 1821 - British Luminary - London, London, England