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aiby-terrfcce, Capt. Thuirut%

aiby-terrfcce, Capt. Thuirut%

.4aced act ow from , path the garden. 4 by order of the Ms he Observer will be ' ,t the Olive, No. 169, to send them to any Mr. Cruickshank. 14uitat, ‘nor-house.kraen Louis of M.S. _ hor:e. Deceaseit sate until London, rnited , of ,irrih Sisters- Midleie,c. •sq.• late Wedlake, D
01 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
11-:1-illuit-b-i- AFRICA.

11-:1-illuit-b-i- AFRICA.

AFRICA. BELZONI. In a note to the new Number of the "Quarterly Review," we find the following singular account of one of Mr. Belzoni's companions:— - " It so happened that, at this time, there was on . haard the Owen Glendower, u seaman known by thd orWilhun Pasco, whose real 'ta
01 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
•. In a few days will be published, THE SPEECH of the Ri g ht Hon. the CHAN-0 CELLOII of

•. In a few days will be published, THE SPEECH of the Ri g ht Hon. the CHAN-0 CELLOII of

the EXCHEQUER. in the House of CoiamOns, on Monday, Feb. 23, on the FINANCIAL STATE of the COUNTRY. < • •Prlnted for and Son, 187. ,
04 March 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Surplus .

Surplus .

Exchequer Bills issued to make good the deficiency of the Consolidated Fund, at the 10th Oct. 1823, and paid off out ofthe Growing Produce of that Fund, in the Quarter ending Jan. 5, 1824 Surplus as above - Deduct, issued pursuant to Act 4th Geo. IV. cap. 21, in part . of 8,700,
08 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INIARRIED.

INIARRIED.

At St. Marylebone Church, Thomas Jackson, Esq. surgeon, R.N. to Isabella youngest daughter of Robert West, Esq. of Edgware road, dumberland-gate. Jan. I, Bethel Henderson, Esq. of Bristol, to Mary Anne, second daughter of the late John Gadsden, Esq. of Bow. Jan. 1, at Ripton, ne
08 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
To turn the tide of battle !"

To turn the tide of battle !"

than thus to be borne down, the object of unreleating malignity. should have been covered with honourable dust. My family might then, while mourning for my loss, have blessed my me, mory, and the glory of sueli a death would have rolled its fires into. the fountain or their sorr
08 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
, . In one Volume, Imo. price O. boards, FAREWELL LETTERS to .a few FRIENDS.in -R- BRITAIN and AMERICA, on

, . In one Volume, Imo. price O. boards, FAREWELL LETTERS to .a few FRIENDS.in -R- BRITAIN and AMERICA, on

ieturnintt to Bengal * * MIL By the lateilev. W. WARM of SeraMpore. . . , A New Edition. Printed for Kingsbury, Parbory. :Ind Allen. - __ _
10 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRICE 7t1.1

PRICE 7t1.1

03 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DREADFUL Otrritace.—A letter from Tempo, in the county , of Fermanagh, dated December 24, gives the following statement On the night of Monday, the 15th instant, between the hours of 10 and o'clock, a party of Orangemen, consist- , ing of from 40 to 50 in number, armed with guns
03 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
_ This day are published, in Elvo. with Eleven illustrative Plates. price Ile. dd. hoards, iNSTRUCTIONS in ail kinds of

_ This day are published, in Elvo. with Eleven illustrative Plates. price Ile. dd. hoards, iNSTRUCTIONS in ail kinds of

GYMNASTIC EXERCISES, as taught and practised in the Gymnastic InstittO. of Germany. Designed as well for Colleges, Schools, and other places of Education. as for Private Use. Ily A MILITARY OFFICER. • Printed for 0. and W. 11. 'Whittaker, . 4 .ve.4arla.lane. Ah4o, lately publish
03 January 1824 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England