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BA fc'ft V. sWAINSON.

BA fc'ft V. sWAINSON.

BA V. sWAINSON. Ihis an action •againit the Defendant, rho' is the Collector of CiistOros at the 'Port of Liverpool, ,for not Answeriog to 3,subprera of Conn, in action in .which the Plairitiif sought to recovttr frotn a Clerk of the present Defendant, penalties under the Act of
14 July 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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14 June 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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. ••,.L7,7 ,- 1 • (156,7 11 it 0 . _ • . . • - • ck y!* ql , ;) • A r' • . ; P 0-, L 0 G- A. Mig=ll=3M4=;= mm•'4, , tua JUNE 23, to - i T ES Ay, JUNE 'Ai, 1810 Pl9B report speaks highly of 'the good conduct . of the odi cots and men, and States that Lieut. BOtcheciampe singularl
26 June 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LO.N Du N.

LO.N Du N.

His Majestk, Princesses Elizabeth n: ci Sephla, wafkett au Winds;l. Ten on Tlmrsday evening They 4 were accompanied. by Sir Sidney. Smith ar.cl Laity. Lord Rivers, Lady Colyear, Mrs. Drax nor, Generals Garth, Fitzroy, and Caplet Desbrow There %%A a very gvnierl assemb . av of cc
26 June 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
C/177101.1t VETO.

C/177101.1t VETO.

- Dr. Milner seems determined' to keep Op his spiritual warfare against the Catholic Veto to, the last extremity. He has just sent fourth his fifth' philippic in justification of delegaters, the Irish Tit- Jar Prelacy ; rlgainst what he deems the insidious temporal policy of the
26 June 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF:COMMONg TUESDAY, March 8.

HOUSE OF:COMMONg TUESDAY, March 8.

PETITION FROM THE LIVERY OF LONDON. Sir W. Curtis rose to • present to the House the humble Address, Petition, and Remonstrance, of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Livery of the City of Lo•tdon, in Common Hell assembled, on Friday last. He observed; that this 'Petition.contained s
10 May 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Ls shoulders on his back, and knocked him down on the ground flat on his face, where be lay some

Ls shoulders on his back, and knocked him down on the ground flat on his face, where be lay some

time to appearance dead, for three or four minutes, in consequence of which the regiment halted till he was recovered : there was no firing; while the soldiers halted noshing was thrown; but when they marched on, volleys of stones and mud were thrown again, but still there was n
17 May 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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'OP a$ or tbo it oi '; IP _ THURSDAY, MAY 7. I, 1 N 2"1,' LUG E.NC E, ,r(ihnouth,

May 13.—Arrived the Amelia, as, CaPt.' the'Hon..l. P. lrbv, frotn Corunna, four days pas-. sage; a Spanish Gentleman, one of the Junta, came uther in order to hasten the sailing of a Spanish fr igate sent over frum thence to England some tittle 511, ce for arms and ammunition.—A
17 May 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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19 May 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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21 June 1810 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England