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SALES B Y AUCTION.

SALES B Y AUCTION.

SALES B Y A UCTION. Breedon, Worcestershire.— Desirable Freehold Estate, Tithe. free, in the Hamlet of Hardwick, commodious Farm house, ‘vith a convenient Range of Farm Buildings, Yard, Pigeonhouses. ; capital rich Meadow and Arable Land, nearly One Hundred and Forty Acres (princ
02 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
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02 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
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01 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
LINEN BOUNTIES.

LINEN BOUNTIES.

Air. C. HUTCHINSON presented a petition from the Grand Jury of -the County of Tipperary. praying that the Bounties oa Coarse Linens might not be withdrawn.—Ordcred to be printed. IRISH BURIALS BILL. Mr. C. 11 UTCIIINSON said that he held in his hand another petition, which he pr
01 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
THE ALIEN ACT.

THE ALIEN ACT.

After some prelim - Ina - 4 - blisTne - s - s - had - tTe; despatched, The Loan rose, and stated that he had; in compliance - -eith a requ'tition, very numerously and respectably signed, convened the Court, in the words of the requisition. to: consider the propriety of petitioni
01 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
EALIS BY AUCTION.

EALIS BY AUCTION.

Library.—By Mr. EVANS, at his House,- No. 93, Pall-Mall, TO-MORROW, April 2; and following Day, THE LIBRARY of a Gentleman deceased, removed from his house in the country. Including Encyclopaedia Britannica, 20,v015.; Batty's German Scenery, large paper, .proof impressions; Lava
01 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
- Their Lordships naigtt be surprised to hear that having taken the whole debt of Irelehd on herself, Ireland Was

- Their Lordships naigtt be surprised to hear that having taken the whole debt of Irelehd on herself, Ireland Was

now the least taxed of any country t Europe, with the exception perhaps of Russia and the Southern parts or Italy. Considering tho relative amount of population Great Britain bore ten times Lb. that Ireland did. Her actual taxation was five times ereteer. 'ffiere was direct tax
09 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS'.

SHIP NEWS'.

Aran. 7.—The new Revenue cutter Adder. built at this pit, went out of, harbour this morning, and sailed tor Portsmouth. DEAL, Aram 7.—Wind E.N. E. fresh breeze.—Passed by in the course of the day the following outward bound vessrls from London, viz. :--Tbe Aurora, Hallett, for H
09 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY.

SATURDAY.

Hon. AGAR Ewes entertainment to Prince Leopold in Spring. gardens. The Countess of SANDWICIL'S entertainment, Dover-street. E. J. LtrurroN, Esq. M. P.'s entertainment, Portman-sq. The Earl of has issued cards of invitation for a grand entertainment on the 29th inst. to celebrate
05 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
COSMORAMA.

COSMORAMA.

Amongst the various exhibitions with which London abctincls, there are few which can vie in combined amusement and information with the Cosmorama. It has indeed neither the extent nor the full effect of nature which constitutes the charm of the Diorama, but the variety of views
05 April 1824 - New Times (London) - London, London, England