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THE BRITIgH MONITOR

THE BRITIgH MONITOR

Thu whe have any, taste for the: ' extreme horrible," had a trdat is;esteiday in tlii§journal, a-seleegon .of anodOlbi .6t,,tho._,French Revolution, troth Atlid.it'S Book ui they been UP, every U i i'eakOitiltre have c4* them biirsOvet, SLii we tnay ibdtir t thni, tor.thc philit
10 May 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
L . TWO FREEHOLD HOUSES, HOLLOWAY; and A COPYHOLD COTTAGE, POPLAR. By Mr. JOSEPH BANKS, . At the *art, on

L . TWO FREEHOLD HOUSES, HOLLOWAY; and A COPYHOLD COTTAGE, POPLAR. By Mr. JOSEPH BANKS, . At the *art, on

TUESDAY the 18th inst. at Twelve. Lot 1. COMPRISES TWO neat FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, called Appleby Place, at the entrance of Hornscy-road, Holloway ; Let at per Annum. • Lot 2.--A COPYHOLD COTTAGE, near the Toll-gate, Pciplar, in Garden-place, e nt er i ng by Kingltreet ; Let
10 May 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
f i ', % . . NOR , ,DES LIKABLE ESTATE. . MANOR 9 AROUN Ivan GAME, RESIDENCE, . FARM,

f i ', % . . NOR , ,DES LIKABLE ESTATE. . MANOR 9 AROUN Ivan GAME, RESIDENCE, . FARM,

AND LANDS, i Upwards - of Five t I undred and Eighty-Two Acres, Near FAKENHAM, .. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. ROBINS _ . , (Of Warwick House, Regent-street), ' AL Garrawny's Coffee House,-'Cliange4dley, Cornhill, on DA Y, Julr. 8, 1824, at Twelve o'Clock, ADESIRABLE FREEHOLD a
23 June 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
do justice to as tine a people as the sun, ever shone upon—it is the. concession of the Insurrection Act

do justice to as tine a people as the sun, ever shone upon—it is the. concession of the Insurrection Act

as the only boon this wretched country is to re ff . ccive—it is the quackery of Tithe Composition Acts, converting tenths into fifths, and the ludicrous solemnity with Which "Petty Session" are converted into a panacea for all,evilt is the stupid hypocrisy of endeavouring tav p
23 June 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Poirrsmontn, .TUNS 22,-'—ArriVed the George IV., Harris, from , the Mediterranean. .Sailed the Rio packet, Kerslake, for .Antwerp. JUNE at.—‘Sailed - the Constantia, Mayne, for Trieste;• and Jane, Russell, forliambrO. .„ • Cow.Es,Ja;NE22.—Arrived the Waterloo, Blacker, daYS from
23 June 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
. GRAND MARINE GALA. • r il l: . HE PUBLIC are' respectfully informed; that t ; the rnagnifTeent and

. GRAND MARINE GALA. • r il l: . HE PUBLIC are' respectfully informed; that t ; the rnagnifTeent and

capacious vessel, THE HERO Vteat o Yacht, wi I leave her moorings, opposite the Custom- Qouse Stairs, oicTUESDAY Next, the 20th of July, 1824,1 it ilall-past Eight ('Clock precisely, for an EXCURSION to the NORE, and thence to take a View of those superb and a, to pen do US Men-
17 July 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
LONDON, SATURIRAY, JULY 17, 11824.

LONDON, SATURIRAY, JULY 17, 11824.

Mr. Brock: But I w'sl - 1. to • know what drew that observation .from,You,?----INtr...Platt: I cionot answer that question -wit;leut going into . the • hiStory of some transactions coilndeted,. with 'one of the parties in the . cause, 'Nhich I :dare Say his . . , . Lordship will
17 July 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
MINMEN9r

MINMEN9r

Last night the Members of this Institution resolved themselves into a Special General Meeting, for the purpose of taking into consideration a proposal to procure certain premises for the permanent establishment ot the Institution. One of the members,_ after expressing his satisf
17 July 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS;

FRENCH PAPERS;

• The Etoile gives the conclusion of the Pope's Encyclic Letter:— "What shall I say more? The iniquity of our enemies has so increased, that besides the deluge ofpernicious books contrary to the faith, it even goes so far as to convert to the detriment of religion, the Holy Scri
07 July 1824 - Nation - London, London, England
 
MURDER IN SCARRIFF. -mop-

MURDER IN SCARRIFF. -mop-

MURDER IN SCARRIFF. -mop At five o'clock on Thursday evening, the 17th ult., as a respectable Protestant from Mountshannon, named Charles O'Callaghan, was passing through the streets of Scarriff, on his return from Tomgreany, he was attacked by a mob, who commenced pelting stones
07 July 1824 - Nation - London, London, England