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THE AGE.

THE AGE.

LONDON, JuLY 4, 1830. THEIR MAJESTIES, Uing WILLIAM the Fourth and his august Consort ADELAIDE, arrived at their Palace, St. James's, earlyl on Monday morning, to hear the public proclamation read of, their accession to the throne of these realms. Immediately after the ceremonie
04 July 1830 - The Age - London, London, England
 
THE PATRIOTS' INVOCATION.

THE PATRIOTS' INVOCATION.

God and St. George, Richmond and Victory.—RicianD 111. Aet 5. Scene 3. Ye guardians of your native land, Now grasp the buckler, wave the brand; Now let the Patriots' holiest zeal, Baffle the treachery of Peel! Let England find your faith is true, And give her all the vengeance d
04 July 1830 - The Age - London, London, England
 
FACTS, IN REFUTATION OF LIE TIIR SIXTH.

FACTS, IN REFUTATION OF LIE TIIR SIXTH.

FACTS, IN REFUTATION OF LIE SIXTH. , Mr. Westmacott says, "The letter here referred to was sent, without toy knowledge, to Lady 'William Lennox while at Bryant's hotel, and in violation of Wood's pledge not to hold any communication with her but under restrictions. It was surrend
04 July 1830 - The Age - London, London, England
 
XHIBITING. at the COLOSSEUM, Regent's • '"Ple • • • Historical Picture of ST. PAUL BEFORE AGRIPPA ; 4 den.

XHIBITING. at the COLOSSEUM, Regent's • '"Ple • • • Historical Picture of ST. PAUL BEFORE AGRIPPA ; 4 den.

The e Picture is 20 feet long by 12 feet high, that extent • l to give full effect to the grandeur of the subject.—
04 July 1830 - The Age - London, London, England
 
GOD SAVE OUR GRACIOUS KING.—MORI and LAVENU'S New gdition, as sung at the Opera House, on Tuesday, the! 29th ult.,

GOD SAVE OUR GRACIOUS KING.—MORI and LAVENU'S New gdition, as sung at the Opera House, on Tuesday, the! 29th ult.,

by all the Pri,cipal Singers, newly arranged as a Song,'Duett, and full 'Chorus, with two additional Stanzas in honour ef our Most Gracious Queen. The Words and Music arranged by W. ttall and .1. Goss, 2s. The above Edition embellished with a. striking and highly.finished. Portr
04 July 1830 - The Age - London, London, England
 

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LATEST NEWS. The German papers contain some accounts of the Mennonete congregations having consented to serve as soldiers in their

LATEST NEWS. The German papers contain some accounts of the Mennonete congregations having consented to serve as soldiers in their

turns in the Prussian dominions. A few, however, 4111 hold out. There have been: heavy falls of snow about Inspruck. . . Private accounts from Moscow state, that great -anxiety prevailed to learn the issue of the opposition that had been raised at Erzeroum against the Russian tr
04 July 1830 - The Age - London, London, England
 
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ROYAL DRURY-LANE.—.To MO . Rnik,ikn .1 1 :1' thi rd a4pmg. Shalcapeare?s ROMEO and JULIET; jn e ll Ptri a t ro u e at ekti% P j r a , s r_M,lee . on any Stage). : —To ,con a ely a de 2Parts, called DE lltZtlesdayti2r,rh`e"asHoliastteoz Prtounne-Dram , a 1 We bei's a Pl.o . manti
20 November 1825 - The Age - London, London, England
 
MONMOUTH.

MONMOUTH.

It was expected that the burgesses of this borough would have put a gentleman in nomination in opposition to the Marquis of Worcester, but the attempts that have been made for a period of more than seven years to oppose the Beaufort family have not been crowned with sufficient s
18 June 1826 - The Age - London, London, England
 
JUNE -18:0-^:. WALLINGTON, JUNE 14. Immediately after the ceremony of chairing had been gone through, yesterday, Col. Hughes having had

JUNE -18:0-^:. WALLINGTON, JUNE 14. Immediately after the ceremony of chairing had been gone through, yesterday, Col. Hughes having had

the "alms" of the free electors of this Borough, which he received in the true style of Coriolanus, took his leave of his constituents, or rather took French leave, accompanied by Mr. Maddox, the proxy of Colonel Roberts; while Dr. Dodson, the defeated candidate, was entertained
18 June 1826 - The Age - London, London, England