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POET'S _CORNER.

POET'S _CORNER.

To the Winter of r. . , AND LONDON - SIR, * I need no a pology . for:requesting , your intertion ,of the following hnts, Composed - by 4 late eminent 'literary , character. . They have never before met the eye. I have only to that those who may not respect the character of Charl
30 November 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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A. variety of communications. have been received from icily, relating to the unsettled state of affairs in that island. A private .Letter, of the (24th July, after noticing the arrival of Lord .'%. Bentiock on the V.:eceding thy, and a dding, " the coining of the .51!ssialr was
24 September 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OF ORDNANCE; 0,ct.9,1411: , Officeri Ordnance do bert4 gswe notice, that PrOfrofollt will -recei•tted at their office in Pall Mall,

OF ORDNANCE; 0,ct.9,1411: , Officeri Ordnance do bert4 gswe notice, that PrOfrofollt will -recei•tted at their office in Pall Mall,

on 'er before' Friday; the instant from fad; PerfOns al: may be wilting to us. derta . he the fitppty, of HO.FIE.Ri ,41?71CLPS, vice Department, for a t eriod . of, three yeart; rlaertninable at the,e.qlration one year, at 10 option tiV. • either party. • ,' . . Patterni the art
19 October 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TOET'S CORNER. • 0 DK TIIE E4,I4PIIANT CO 1' 1 7 ,,.;T‘C; A ViD•tig, Hail 1 thou CJalf•reas'ning, huge-built beast,

TOET'S CORNER. • 0 DK TIIE E4,I4PIIANT CO 1' 1 7 ,,.;T‘C; A ViD•tig, Hail 1 thou CJalf•reas'ning, huge-built beast,

That cortest rtant the far-distant East, Leaving thy na;ive hordes; ~ Who all for love* at 'first welt ctiught;:: Now all for money he art brought, • ' ,:- To tread Our London buarde r ' ' • A new Performer sure art 'thou, Thy. " First Appearance," too, I vow, — Thou ean'st not
30 January 1812 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF ,COMMON PLEAS.

COURT OF ,COMMON PLEAS.

, On Tuesday at tbe..rising,of the Court, Sir James Mansfield observed, that he had received an application .to continue the sittings longer than usual, in order to try more of thelemaining causes. Finding himself indisposed, he had been during the present sittings,' he could on
26 December 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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09 January 1812 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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19 September 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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05 December 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WINDSOR,' Nov. 2.

WINDSOR,' Nov. 2.

This being the Duke of Kent's birth-day, the Duke and Duchess of York arrived this morning to pay their respects to- the Queen. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord,Chancellor,. Earls Winchelsea and A ylesford, and the Master ; of the Rolls, arrived at the Queen's Lodge a litt
05 November 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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DD LESE X S'ESSIONS,. MOCK 71' A ILSOI4. , "

DD LESE X S'ESSIONS,. MOCK A ILSOI4. , " Carter Tuck was put to the bar; and one of the in- ' dictments - against was lead, charging him with defrauding a Mr. Ladbrooke of two bottles of wine, and 3s. in money. - There being no counsel for the prosecution, Mr., Ladbrooke was exam
05 November 1811 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England