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Lord LIVERPOOL wished the witness to be so accommodated. A Pam from the gallery—There is a high stool near her.

Lord LIVERPOOL wished the witness to be so accommodated. A Pam from the gallery—There is a high stool near her.

The witness was now seated and the examination continued. After that was Bergami's sleeping room changed? Yes. Where did he sleep after? In the dining cabir. How many doors were leaEing into that cabin? Two doors. Were both open, or was one closed? One open, the other closed or
01 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
foreigners were specially invited to traffic, and whence no English merchant was permitted to export English goods. The intercourse between

foreigners were specially invited to traffic, and whence no English merchant was permitted to export English goods. The intercourse between

this port and Dover at the first institution of this mart was frequent and general. Thither went Whittington as on a mercantile speculation. " In the various histories of our hero considerable confusion appears to have arisen at this point. The majority of the innumerable author
01 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
-WANTS a SITUATION, as FOOTBOY in a small Family, or under a Butler, a Lad, 17 years of age, lately

-WANTS a SITUATION, as FOOTBOY in a small Family, or under a Butler, a Lad, 17 years of age, lately

from the Country; can be well recommended. — Please to address, post paid, W. 8., 40, Dean-street, East Smithfield. —No Office-keeper need apply. WAN TS a PLACE, as COOK and HOUSEKEEPER to a Single Gentleman, either in town or country, a middle-aged Woman, who has lived in that
01 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
T • o the CLERGY.—A Permanent CUILACY, of easy Duty, with a genteel, comfbrtable and roomy Parsonage house, and good

T • o the CLERGY.—A Permanent CUILACY, of easy Duty, with a genteel, comfbrtable and roomy Parsonage house, and good

Garden, in a retired, pleasant and very healthy Village, near one , of' the Universities, within .50 miles of London, will be VACANT at The Clergyman must be in Priest's Orders, anti of the sapi• ciples of the Established Church. , 'fbe Gentleman of independent fortune.—Address
01 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
ELEGANT COATS, cut and made in ii very superior ruantior, or the best Superfine Cloth, fres-4 11. s. to lea.;

ELEGANT COATS, cut and made in ii very superior ruantior, or the best Superfine Cloth, fres-4 11. s. to lea.;

Walking and Groat Coats, faced with Silk, from Zl. 30. to 41; 4s ; Fashionable Waistcoats, from Sa. te 155.; beat double-nailled Kersaymere Breeches, it. 4m. to ; also a variety of Nankeen real Drill and 'White Florentine Trowsers, cool and light, for. Summer wear; Blue and Mixe
01 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
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09 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
CALCOT PARK and MANOR, near READING, Berks.—To be LET, FURNISHED, with immediate Possession, the above Superior MANSION HOUSE, with the

CALCOT PARK and MANOR, near READING, Berks.—To be LET, FURNISHED, with immediate Possession, the above Superior MANSION HOUSE, with the

Park, Garden; Pleasure, and other Grounds attached thereto, and with appropriate Coach-houses, Stabling, Farm yard, and 211 A cres of Land. The .Mansion consists of an entrance , hall, library, drawing and dining rooms, breakfast parlour, 10 best bed 'chambers, 12 rooms for serv
10 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
MOMBAY SOCIETY_TRANSACTIONS.

MOMBAY SOCIETY_TRANSACTIONS.

This Day is Published, in 4to. with numerous Plates, puce 51. 3s. boards, Volume II of , TRANSACTIONS of the LITERARY SO-IL- CfMT - Y-0rt304. -forritaintitrtloperw - -ankl by John Crawford, Esq. ; Mr. Charles Bellino; W. Erskine, Esq.; Mr. Joseph Hammer; Mr. Pearce; Captain Vans
10 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
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21 July 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW TIMES.

SIR-1 wish to communicate to the Public through your Paper, that in a former year, in which it rained violently during the hay-harvest, and much hay was spoiled, a gentleman in a midland county preserved his whole stock, solely by persevering in keeping his hay constantly moved
21 July 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England