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Etteraittre, ;ociences etc.

Etteraittre, ;ociences etc.

Etteraittre, ;ocience s etc. 'THE LIFE OF THE RIGHT HON. WM. PITT, BY THE LORD BISHOP Or WINCHESTER. This long expected memoir has at length been presented in part to the public. The two first volumes are now published. The arrangement of the work is somewhat different from that
28 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FLANDERS MAIL.

FLANDERS MAIL.

We yesterday received a Flanders Mail, with Brus- Sels Papers to the '24th inst. The following are extracts : Curpu, March 16.—The Commission formed by an Order of the Government of the 17th of Jan. having condemned to six years imprisonment, Anastasius Peta (surnamed Cuchi), as
28 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
linperfai Vatifflm ent.

linperfai Vatifflm ent.

linperfai ent. HOUSE OF LORDS, JUNE 21. The illarquislf Lansdowne moved the order of the day for the second reading of the Bill to repeal . the statute of Anne,• which inflicts the penalty of death for stealing in a dwelling. house above the value .of - 40s. The noble observed, t
23 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURTS OF JUSTICE IN IRELAND.

COURTS OF JUSTICE IN IRELAND.

..Ifr. S. Rice moved, "th;it - ii;e - I;TuVe ;11 4 ;uitiTeso — iWit — sClf into a Committee on the Ninth Report or the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the state or the' Courts of Justice in Ireland. The motion was agreed to, and the house having resolved itsclf into the
23 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY, May 9. THE EARL OF iHAFTESBURY V. THE DUKE OF

COURT OF CHANCERY, May 9. THE EARL OF iHAFTESBURY V. THE DUKE OF

Nr. Shailweß said he was obliged again to mention this case. Some trine since a motion was made relative to 601110- bills of exchange given by his Orace to his trustees for the liquidation of his debts, but which bills were afterwards dishonoured, and the motion went. on to pray
10 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
iv . I) , ;ii is , Price Ss. the 6tlttaition' of T HE -CHRISTIAN-MINISTER'S ADVICE to a NF.W MARRIED

iv . I) , ;ii is , Price Ss. the 6tlttaition' of T HE -CHRISTIAN-MINISTER'S ADVICE to a NF.W MARRIED

COUPLE. By the Rev. JAMES BEAN, M. A. Printed for F. C. and J. Itivington, No. 61, St. Paul's Churchyard; and No. 3, Waterloo-place, Ail' • • - Of whom may he had, by the same Author, EVIDENCES of CHRISTIANITY ; coated, to an ingenuous Mind doubtful of its Authority, in a Letter
10 May 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
 
PORTSMOUTH, JULY LS.

PORTSMOUTH, JULY LS.

Saturday, Half-past OneO'Clock. It seems pretty well ascertained, that his Majesty embarks hero for Ireland, and not at Brighton. The Royal George yacht, commanded by Commodore the Hon. Sir'Charles Paget, is at Bpithead. It has been newly gilt both within and without, and you de
31 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England