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WHIST MADE EASY.

WHIST MADE EASY.

This Dag is published, Price Is. 6d. WHIST RENDERED FAMILIAR, by a new and cagy Intcxluction to the Game; deduced from, the best Audi:lrides. By J. G. POHLMAN. London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; by whom are also published, I. A PRACTICALTREATISE on the GAME of DRAUGH
14 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JUG DE JANEIRO, .March 20.

JUG DE JANEIRO, .March 20.

A decree has been issued, which decides, to all the important question of the King's departure for Europe. The 12th of the next month is at present the day fixed for his quitting this capital.— Perhaps the most marked influence of the decree was shown In the contrasted behaviour
17 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
mpertal -119artia4ti ent,

mpertal -119artia4ti ent,

. HOUSE OF LORDS, TiruitsDAY, MAY 17. Their lordships sat in a committee of privileges, and heard evidence on the i‘lolesworth peerage. The further proceedings were adjourned to Thursday next. On the motion of the Marquis of Lansdown, the Irish prison fees lull, the Irish steali
19 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, M.tv 18.

FRIDAY, M.tv 18.

The Irish Bankrupt Laws Amendment Bill, the Scotch Court of Session Bill, and the Scotch Court - of Admiralty Bill, were each read the third time and passed. 271 c Earl of Darnley gave notice. that he would submit a motion on the 4th of June, respecting the money naid ibr statio
19 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
arm - broken, anti was dashed against an adjoining wall; yet aware that two lives were at stake, he instantly

arm - broken, anti was dashed against an adjoining wall; yet aware that two lives were at stake, he instantly

rushed forward, and with the other hand endeavoured to stop it, but in vain. With breathless amtiety the men above listened, after the second fell, whether any sound proceeded from them. To their greatest joy, the second - brother was heard to request them to draw him up immedia
07 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
This Day ts published, In Byo. Vol. V. in Two Parts, Price 1/. 4s. in boards, rirHE PERSONAL NARRATIVE of

This Day ts published, In Byo. Vol. V. in Two Parts, Price 1/. 4s. in boards, rirHE PERSONAL NARRATIVE of

M. DE J. HUMBOLDT'S TRAVELS to the EQUINOCTIAL REGIONS cif the NEW CONTINENT. During the Years 1799 Translated by HELEN MARIA WILLIAMS, Under the immediate Inspection of the Author. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. Also may be had, Vols. I. to IV. 2/. I
07 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITION. 'HE celebrated CARTOONS of RAPHAEL, with yaritlus other beautiful Subjects on Glass, by Mr. and Mrs. PEARSON, appointed Painters

EXHIBITION. 'HE celebrated CARTOONS of RAPHAEL, with yaritlus other beautiful Subjects on Glass, by Mr. and Mrs. PEARSON, appointed Painters

to her Majesty, in tiittrified Colours, IS NOW OP.P.N, at No. 112, Great Russell.street, Bloomsbuty, from ten till dusk. Admittance One Shilling.
07 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
This Dau is published, In Two Vols. Post . ktvo. 325. a new Edition Of KNICKERBOCKER'S Humorous Account of 1:96,..

This Dau is published, In Two Vols. Post . ktvo. 325. a new Edition Of KNICKERBOCKER'S Humorous Account of 1:96,..

NEW YORK; containing, among many surprising and curious Matters, the unutterable Pondering% of WALTER the Doubter', the disastrous Projects of WILLI AM the Testy, and the chivalric Achievements of PETER the Headstrong. By the AUTHOR of the SKETCH BOOK. Printed for John Murray, A
31 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• AIESSRS. JOSEPH and,NATHANIEL GRA.: HAM. Upholsterers, 5 and G, Waterloo. Place. Pall.rnall, • gtateful for the high patronage and

• AIESSRS. JOSEPH and,NATHANIEL GRA.: HAM. Upholsterers, 5 and G, Waterloo. Place. Pall.rnall, • gtateful for the high patronage and

encouragement they have re. Celved since their removal from St. Paul's Church yard, tespect....fully apprise the Nobility and Gentry that their Roims now con. many articles of FURNITURE ) entirely new, of elegant 'design, and very superior work matisiitp.; They have particularly
21 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- MONEY. from Two Hundred to Five Thousand Nunds and upwards, ale ready to be ,advanced on .Sec.witie , arising

- MONEY. from Two Hundred to Five Thousand Nunds and upwards, ale ready to be ,advanced on .Sec.witie , arising

fromle Intercsts, in marriac SettlenletVo. s'loleY Pr the Ifunds, Wills, Church Pieferments. Jointures, and real 4itees ; as also fiorn Freehold, Copyhold, and Leasehold No- Vet ties. • Por 'further Particulars apply to Mr. Lloyd, Solicitor, 6, Kingstreet. St James'or-aquire, pr
19 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England