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ARTS.

ARTS.

Anew mode of giving additional strength to' iron and steel, is proposed by Mr. Danicll;in a paper in the Journal of Science and Art. 1-us plan is to twist the metal, in the salve manner as strength and compactness ire given -to hemp and flax. ‘ '.l: he Idea originated in a cours
01 March 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THEOLOGY.

THEOLOGY.

EXTENSION OF JESUITISM IN ENGLAND. Extracted from " A History of the Jesuits; to which is prefixed a Reply to Mr. Dallas's Defence of that Order." "At Stonyhurst, near Preston in Lancashire, the Order of Jesuits has for 30 years past possessed a spacious College, which is exclus
24 December 1816 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LANCATER ASSkZES.

LANCATER ASSkZES.

. At these Assizes Anne Lord, aged 37, was found guilty, on the clearest evidence, by her accomplice, -- of uttering forged hote s 'at Newehurch. She is a widow ; her husband, it was ascertained, died worth 7,000. • thong!' originally 'h weaver, whielr sum he Obtained by his nef
10 April 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• . BEES; GARDENING, ANGLING, The following Works pteuliarly adapted to the present Season. are published Baldwin, Cradpck, and Joy,

• . BEES; GARDENING, ANGLING, The following Works pteuliarly adapted to the present Season. are published Baldwin, Cradpck, and Joy,

Paternoster -Tow, London, and sold by all Booksellers throughout the Country. J. A "TREATISE .on the NATURE, ECONOMY, ri and PRACTICAL M A NAGEMENT'if BEES. In which the various Systems of .the British and ForeigicApiarians.are exa- Mined,: with the Most improved 'Methods laid d
04 February 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SINECUTIES.

SINECUTIES.

Fergusson said, that as this and all the .other petitions which had been presented to the 1-leuse on the subject of - Reform, prayed for an abolition of sinecures, and as he now Noble Lord (Castlereagh) in his place, he begged to ask if the report in circulation was true, which
13 February 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MENAGERIE •AT MOROCCO.

MENAGERIE •AT MOROCCO.

285.—Moorish jokes, as well as compliments, are rather rough diamonds. , They certainly cut much more than they shine; at...least so it wag thought upon the present. occasion. - They are in fact vilain,.as will be readily-admitted. The savage 'animals consisted of two leopards c
14 January 1817 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

A new writ will be issued within- 14 days, to elect. a Member of' Parliament for Worcester, conseqiienc2 of the death of A. Robarts, Esq. . • Exchanges were a shade lower yesterday: Paris was -done at 25. 75. ;- Amsterdam, ..12. 5.; Hamburgh 86:9. The Dutch Papers to the lst,ins
05 December 1816 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- BANK OF ENGLAND, • 28th Nov. 1816. T• HE Court of Directors of the Governor and Coln • pany

- BANK OF ENGLAND, • 28th Nov. 1816. T• HE Court of Directors of the Governor and Coln • pany

of The Bank of England give Notice, . . That on and after the 9th December next, the Ba n k will pay Cash fo - r Notes of ONE and TWO 1 3 ,unds Value, that are dated prior to the Ist of January, 162, Or exchange them for new Notes of the same Value at the option of the Holders.
05 December 1816 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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12 December 1816 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IVEDNESDAY, Dec. 11.

IVEDNESDAY, Dec. 11.

Michael She and James Thompson were indicted capitally for breaking and entering the dwelling-house of James Nicholls, and stealing therein four chinaplates, a jug, an 4 other articles, his property ; and Elizabeth' . Kearney ;was indicted for receiving the same, knowing them to
12 December 1816 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England