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W,mgwita It a Peninnaa f..ortied by the Atlantic ece;ah . on the L w.t, on the ; by the Madiera,

W,mgwita It a Peninnaa f..ortied by the Atlantic ece;ah . on the L w.t, on the ; by the Madiera,

and on the south Paraguay, I;iilielx,interlocks with this river. !• When I reflect on the myriads of human beings which swarm along .* limiks, *and on banks of its southerii tributaries, the Jaty, the Junin, the Tete, the Carori, the Paws, the - Madiera, th:s Tapajos, and Chingn
22 April 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KINGS BENCH, April 20. THE QUEEN'S LAW OFFICERS.

COURT OF KINGS BENCH, April 20. THE QUEEN'S LAW OFFICERS.

This morning, at a little before twelve o'clock, Mr. Brougham and Mr. Denman came into Court, and took their places behind the Bar, clad in full dress wigs and silk gowns,. to have their appointments as Attorney General and Solicitor General to the Queen recognised by. the Court
22 April 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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09 March 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• . r 9 PFICE OF ORDNANCE, February 2:, 1820. ' Principal Ofiicers of Isis illtdesty's Ordnance I do herd,-

• . r 9 PFICE OF ORDNANCE, February 2:, 1820. ' Principal Ofiicers of Isis illtdesty's Ordnance I do herd,-

give Notice, that Proposals ,toill. be received at ' i i i , l f tir Ofee Pall mall, on or before Fri lay the 17th Day of varci4 front zilch Persons as may be willing to undertake the FORAGE for the Or-rat:ince Horses stationed at WOOL- I.,'lCli, and sit SUSSEX, to be delivered
09 March 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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09 May 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY, JULY 8.

OLD BAILEY, JULY 8.

On Saturday 23 prisoners were tried, 20 of whom were convicted of felony, and six were acquitted. . Same day the Sessions en.led, when sentence of. death was passed on the foilowing prisoners, vlz. Catherine M'Cabe, for §tealing in a dwelling-housc; T. King, W. Keaton, and W . .
11 July 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
t7e2n 1 and I G s;:povd lobe from Pairky) well furnixlied with fire-arals and other offensive wo4- pons, visited house

t7e2n 1 and I G s;:povd lobe from Pairky) well furnixlied with fire-arals and other offensive wo4- pons, visited house

of Mr. Buchanan, fanner, neat Pollokshaws, on a search for mins. When they 'cad obtained his fowling-piecei they 'proceeded to ES neighbour Mr. Henderson, on the same errand, on Whose door they plared sentinels till they searched the house. Mr. Henderson's servant man left his w
11 April 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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11 April 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. Gentleman Cadet Thomas Atsktw Larcom to be Second Lieut.

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. Gentleman Cadet Thomas Atsktw Larcom to be Second Lieut.

20 June 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Literature, *ciente, etc.

Literature, *ciente, etc.

PERCY ANECDOTES. (From the Seventh Number of the above Work, saustrative Science.) ANTIMONY. The origin of the name of antimony-- is remarkable. Basil Valentin, superior of a college of Religionists, having observed that this mineral fattened the pigs, imagined it would have the
20 June 1820 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England