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SLAVERY.

SLAVERY.

Mr. EVANS presented a Petition from the inhabitants of the neighbourhood of Derby, praying that Slavery might be itholished in the West Indies.—Ordered to be printed. A Menage was brought from the Lords, announcing their Lordships' anent to various Bills. The second reading of t
29 April 1823 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

I)SAL, A 27. —Wind E.—Arrived this morning the Dunira, Hamilton, from China, and remains, with the Vansittart, outward hound Indiaman. Yesterday came down from the River the Atlas, for Bem:tal; Henry, for Demerara; Wakefield and Hannah, for Miramichi ; Isabella, for Charleston;
29 April 1823 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
BROTIER'S TAciTus. This Day is Published, in 4 vols. Bvo. price 21. 16s. boards, a New Edition of CCORNELII TACITI

BROTIER'S TAciTus. This Day is Published, in 4 vols. Bvo. price 21. 16s. boards, a New Edition of CCORNELII TACITI

OPERA recognovit, • emendavit, supplementis explevit, notis, dissertationibus, illustravit, GABRIEL B ROTIE R. Editio et auctiorcurante et imprimento AB RA HAAIO JOANNE 'VALPY, A.M. Collegii Pemb. Oxon. Nuper Sod°. Printed for G. and W. B Whittaker, Ave-Maria-lane.
29 April 1823 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

COURT OF CHANCERY, Mann Ht. WELLESLEY. D. TUE DUKE OF IWAFFORT. Mr. HART Ob3l'rveri, Sn - this - ease, when he requested of his. Lerdship the indulgence of appointing a particular day to hear this, he did so with, a %dew to make lip his mind, as well as he could, as to what port
18 March 1826 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
DIED. . • On the sth lust: at his house, ut Brighton, aftcr a few hours illness, William Bulkeley, -

DIED. . • On the sth lust: at his house, ut Brighton, aftcr a few hours illness, William Bulkeley, -

Esq. son of the late Major Bulkeley, of Chelsea College, and great. grandson of the first Lord Carberry.
18 March 1826 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
By Mr. SOTHEBY, at bin House, NO. 3, Weilington-streer, on Wednesday next, March 22, aud Four following Days (Good day

By Mr. SOTHEBY, at bin House, NO. 3, Weilington-streer, on Wednesday next, March 22, aud Four following Days (Good day

and Sunday excepted), at Twelve each Day, COLLECTION of PRINTS, and DRAW- , INGS, the Property of the late Mr. Robert Wilkinson, of Feachurciu-sti eet, consisting or. Engraved British Portraits, from Eghert to the present tune; M.4lern Engravings, by the principal Eiiglish Artis
18 March 1826 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
VIII.

VIII.

FAMILY PRAYERS f : oitTa - ch 11Iorninicand Evening in the Week, with Prayers for various occasions, and Forms for Children and Young Persons. By the Rev. John Swete, A. B. Chaplain to the Orphan Asylum, Bristol. Fourth Editio». 1 vol. twelves. Price ss. 6d. boards.
04 January 1823 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR THE NEW TIMES.

FOR THE NEW TIMES.

MR. EDITOR —The"Old Times of yesterday announced that it would not publish the following letter, knowing as it did two of the assertions to be false, and thence inferring that all the others were rqually untrue. This is a mean shuffle None of the assertions are false ;—but if an
04 January 1823 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
its sale, &c. &c. Not one syllable of this is true; but it slims the feelings of the man, and

its sale, &c. &c. Not one syllable of this is true; but it slims the feelings of the man, and

the paralysing effect which the production in question produced on him. He shortly Afternrds fled to America, and with him fell the Main hopes of the Seditious Press. We have since coMbated the host or minor libellers, but of these we make comparatively small account. Is it to b
03 January 1818 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN PAPERS.

AMERICAN PAPERS.

BALTIMORE, NOV. 29. The revenue cutter Capt. Smith, arrived at Savannah on the W.)th November, from a cruise, and brought in the Spanish schooner Tantella, with 137 slaves. The Tantella was bound for Havannah, and was captured by the patriot privateer Brutus, and ordered into Am
03 January 1818 - New Times (London) - London, London, England