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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

, OF TUESDAVi ItTOVEMBER. G. 111ANKRUPTS to surrender tOVILDHALL Teasdale, Newington, linen-draper. To appear Nov. 13, and Dec. Ih. Attorney, Mr, Gates, Cateaton.atreet. . . D. de Ugarte, Wils6n.street, ll'lni.bury..squore, — ltierehant. To apnr Nov. 18, :10, 14nd IS. Attorney,
08 November 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCV.

LAW INTELLIGENCV.

OF COMMON PLEAS, July2s. DAVIS V. tfIE BANK OF ENGLAND. The plaintiff' in this case s Mr. Horatio - .Davis, sought to recoverjhe value of Bank 3 per Cent. Consolidated Anritittips, ad 151. per annum Bank Long Annuities, transferred fy the Volk tinder a . . fictitious power of at
24 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
however, have not sufficed to prevent the manifestation of incendiary projects, even among ourselves. Vienna, July 9. —Tile fears which

however, have not sufficed to prevent the manifestation of incendiary projects, even among ourselves. Vienna, July 9. —Tile fears which

havebeen excited that a war was about to commence between Russia and the Porte—a war, the consequences of which could not be foreseen, and which might have destroyed the union so happily existing between the principal Powers of Europe, are now calmed. It is said that Russia and
24 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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24 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Sir Robert Wilson, with a praise-worthy anxiety for a full development of the charges upon which he has been dismissed

Sir Robert Wilson, with a praise-worthy anxiety for a full development of the charges upon which he has been dismissed

from the Army, has applied to Lord Sid mouth and to Sir R. Birnie upon the subject of two affidavits, supposed to be in existence, impeaching Sir Robert's conduit onlhe 14th of August. The allegations of both these supposed documents are the same which have already appeared in a
25 October 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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25 October 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MAD. STA ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. This Day is publithed, in 3 vols. Bvo. Price If. 16s. The Second Edition-of

MAD. STA ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. This Day is publithed, in 3 vols. Bvo. Price If. 16s. The Second Edition-of

• on the, Principal Events o f the French Revoluti o n : a Posthtimous Work of the Bironiss Srao, 'edited by the Duke de Broglie .and the Barou de Stael and translated under their superintendance. , London: Printed for Baldwin; Craddck, apd Joy, Paternosterrow ; whom also is pnb
25 October 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MAJOR COLLIS.

MAJOR COLLIS.

From the 'Kerry Evening Post," received this morning, we extract the followinc, particulars as to the murder and robbery of this venerable gentlemanchTarhaiesteratorocr otscoduliiry eed, rich fixes another f ou l bl ot u p on the was perpetrated on Friday morning by a gang of vi
01 December 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH SAVINGS BANK.

FRENCH SAVINGS BANK.

The following extract from a French journal presents a lively picture of the characters and groups which on days of business beset the doors of the Savings' Bank in Paris. It cannot fail to strike the English reader, that the whole scene is peculiarly French : " Among the moving
06 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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- ' - - ria was particularly distinguished in the former. About 900 personages were present. The company had all retired at five o'clock. Cu — rragh, Friday, Two o'clock. About this time his Majesty came out on the balcony, dressed in a blue frock coat, with a single, star, that
06 September 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England