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; . f • • . e . 0 0 :7 .1) v liE 'UGE Ft) IVTIi E - . , With the departure of the. severe frost, the ,bet of applicants , foryeliff have been "dirnin A considerable proportion of those who we objects of the Charity, and shared its fosteri Itetion, have been partly sent to theirrr
28 January 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
96 • `! • .Such silence the name sti§s Correspondent, -" was. :delicate rand reverential, nettnnpanying that of :My r

96 • `! • .Such silence the name sti§s Correspondent, -" was. :delicate rand reverential, nettnnpanying that of :My r

..-Eolti . graceful and decerous:; 'but accompanying the, name ot the PRINCE REaENT - , I venture to say, it was pointedly iniulting." As wine ascended. to the brain of. the party-zealots, they threw off , More' and . more of their respect their . illus,- trious guest.; and alas
28 January 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

• . Eflt9M THE FRENCH PAPER.S.I A.ceounts have been received from Nlatirirl of the 17th, and Cadiz of the 12th inst. at woult4 epp.ar. tlvit .action took t,lace au the !#th, between the division of General Cruz:and Mega; ,the latter of whom. bating in vain attempted ttiancote up
08 March 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
to the.entire three Carnival days. The last Mach id Gazette we, have received Cornea down to the 17th ult. It

to the.entire three Carnival days. The last Mach id Gazette we, have received Cornea down to the 17th ult. It

contains no intel-: ligunce later than the "th of September,, and consists of official' reports relating to. thsi operations of-the Royartroops.against the. rebels, but whiell mention no details .that have any kind of interest for the European reader.' 'Letters are said to have
08 March 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, FEBILUARY a2,6---AION DAY, li4IIUARY 28, 1820.

SATURDAY, FEBILUARY a2,6---AION DAY, li4IIUARY 28, 1820.

SATURDAY, FEBILUARY DAY, li 4 IIUARY 28, 1820. VOL. CXXVII. No. 9548. Saturday, February 26. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. 'HOMY. OF LORDS, The Irish Elections and the Annual Indemnity tills were read a third time and passed. Upon the question of the third reading of the :ISluttny, Act Co
28 February 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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28 February 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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The rtain that

28 February 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Febrtuiry

Febrtuiry

28 February 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Ti tsTLEwooD.—We have been favoured with the

Ti tsTLEwooD.—We have been favoured with the

foilowing short account of TIIISTLEwOOD :- is a native of Horneastle, in Lincolnshire, and was born in the year 1770 ; his father was /and-steward to an ancient family in that neighbourhood; he was placed at an early period of life, with an eminent English school-master, to be e
03 March 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PROCLAMATION.

PROCLAMATION.

" Palace of Government; Amtosturas, Dec. 14, 1819. " Simon Bolivar, President Of the State, Captain General, &c. to thebrave.soldiers of the Irish J.,egion. . " IRISHMEN 1-laving left your own ,country.• in order to follow the generous sentiments winch have always distinguished
03 March 1820 - London Chronicle - London, London, England