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LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS, Jan. 3. Before William Mairtuaring, Eq. Tlit KING AGAINST WESTON. JOHN Weston was indicted by John Southwold, for assaulting him at the Swan Public house. It appeared that Weston, the Defendant was a Boot and Shoe Maker, and one of those who were concerned
05 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
of October last, were passing from St. Martin's.lane round into New-street. The Defendant was standing at the liquor-shop, the corner

of October last, were passing from St. Martin's.lane round into New-street. The Defendant was standing at the liquor-shop, the corner

of New-street, with several disorderly women; and as they occupied the passage, the Prosecutor Butt accidentally touched the Defendant, and before he had time to apologize, received a :severe blow, from him. A scuffle ensued ; and Mr. Maurice, before he knew what was the matter
05 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
—-- - - THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE, Dr/try-Lane.—This Evening TANCRED and SIGISMUNDA, (Tancred, by Master 13tty ;) with The Apprentice. Corrni-Garden.—This livening,

—-- - - THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE, Dr/try-Lane.—This Evening TANCRED and SIGISMUNDA, (Tancred, by Master 13tty ;) with The Apprentice. Corrni-Garden.—This livening,

the new Comedy of TO OR NOT TO MARKY ; with The Escapps.
23 February 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
,a„ 6 r • NziPAL INTELLIGiAICE, &c- 1' • uTH, N. IS. 'ESTIirRb AY.at noon, the Weather cleared up, and

,a„ 6 r • NziPAL INTELLIGiAICE, &c- 1' • uTH, N. IS. 'ESTIirRb AY.at noon, the Weather cleared up, and

from oriel. m. till three, ei.'e'ry avenue to the Dock.yardwas comple'ols filled up till the - gates • wee opettedelat ~ • half-past three-. ;At *guilder past'fclo! ::the first frigate was launched, viz. the-elite; of t 8 and at half-pat four ,the Pallas-,°4 l s'Bl.ipsi went off
22 November 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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13 November 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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01 November 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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27 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, DEC. 27. e PAL INTELLIGENCB, fge.

THURSDAY, DEC. 27. e PAL INTELLIGENCB, fge.

PENZANCI I Dec. 22. .T HE Spanish schoone r L e d a , I ment i one d in my last, detained by his Majesty's ship Fisgard, parted her Cables yesterday morning, about ten o'clock, and ran for Newlyn Pier in a *lent gale at E. Where she stranded, but has since got into the Pier, and
27 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

28, at Greenock, in his ssth rear, Captain Alexander ' of the late North Carolina Highlanders, and known Th his .circle for his- zeal and activity in the suppression of the rebellion in 1745, as well as in the American Revolution. He Assisted Mr. M'Pherson, not only imcollecting
12 February 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The Cbmedy of the Wheel of Fortune, and the musical Entertainment Of Age To-morrccw, were last night represented at this Theatre, by command of their Majestis. The King, the Queen ; and the five Princesses occupied the State Boxes; the Duke of Kent and Duke Of Orleans were seate
04 April 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England