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LON DO:'k.

LON DO:'k.

It having been reported that the Queen will not be present at the Concert to-morrow evening at the Manon House, we are authoriSed to state, that her Majesty will certainly attend; and we are assured that a considerable number of Members of Parliament, with their families; will ma
01 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The House then divided— Fer the motion Against it

The House then divided— Fer the motion Against it

227 - - Majority for sending the Bill to a Committee 6 , Upon our re-achnission to the Gallery we found Mr. Plunket addressing the House. He congratulated the house upon the decision which they had just •come to. To him and to the Roman Catholics, it must afford the highest sati
01 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANK NOTES.

BANK NOTES.

Capital convictiods 14 years preceding 1797-3. Do. . Do. 14 years since 1797-205. In the 21 years before 1797, 5 or 6 executions for Forgery—in the.last 21-313. Four Prosecutions for Forgery on the Bank between 1783 and 179'7; .between 1797 and 1820-1581. Issuing false Coin seve
14 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

Paris, March gardes du corps of the King of .Spaitt who took refuge in France against the persecutions to which they were subjeCtecc in Spain, arrived in Paris on Friday night. As soon as MM. the Royal Rod Guard of the company of Luxemburg were informed of their arrival, they so
08 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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06 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WAR-OFFICE, MARCH 9, 1821.

WAR-OFFICE, MARCH 9, 1821.

DRAGOONS, 1.1 Regt.—Assist.-Sorg. Alex. Stewart, from half - pay oi the 28th f. to be Assist.-Sur. v. James Alexander, exchanged. LIGHT DRAGOONS, 18th Regt.--rLieut. John Thos. Michell itas been se matted from the service. FOOT, 224 Regt.---rSurgeon Robert Henry 1 1361t0n, M. D.
13 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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13 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
„ – , , -.at for the powder roanu. against it), thai he we a traitor. tor this ins* on this excel- the Judge should have filo power ot preventing Personal in i , with the number of acres 60 lent Judge, he was pmceeded against, and justly, by indictment, decency, why that not also of prohtmrr th- -- and fined 5,0001. The cases of Bastwick, PTynne and Lil- gious indecency of contr,,,,—.:- clay were then disposed of, and the burne, had been referred to by the learned mover, 'but it was thil (1...--1 – s cluck.

„ – , , -.at for the powder roanu. against it), thai he we a traitor. tor this ins* on this excel- the Judge should have filo power ot preventing Personal in i , with the number of acres 60 lent Judge, he was pmceeded against, and justly, by indictment, decency, why that not also of prohtmrr th- -- and fined 5,0001. The cases of Bastwick, PTynne and Lil- gious indecency of contr,,,,—.:- clay were then disposed of, and the burne, had been referred to by the learned mover, 'but it was thil (1...--1 – s cluck.

„ - , , for the powder roanu. it), thai he we a traitor. on excel- the Judge should have filo ot preventing Personal in i , with the number of acres 60 Judge, he was against, and justly, by indictment, decency, of prohtmrr th- -- fined 5,0001. cases of Bastwick, PTynne gious inde
24 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

DUEL IN PARIS. (Extract of a . Letter, dated Paris, _Orlin.) In the paper there is an account of a fatal duel that took place, yestsWay. The circumstances which led to this result itextremely curious. The parties were M. Manuel, a Pole, and I believe a Jew, a man of the greatest
17 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
•.- This Day is publishiql, Bv.o. Pile° 6d. lioards, • 9 -I HE UNION OF THE ROSES a Tale Of

•.- This Day is publishiql, Bv.o. Pile° 6d. lioards, • 9 -I HE UNION OF THE ROSES a Tale Of

the Fifteenth Century. In Six Cantos, with Notes. London,: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster•row. LONDON MAGAZINE, No. 17, - 1 -' . for MAY, will be embellished with an Engraving from, Mr. Haydon's Picture of Christ's Agony, and will contain—The Lion's Head; A M
28 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England