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Just Published, in one vol. 12mo. price 7s. with four fine Portrait - S - , HENRY the EIGHTH and

Just Published, in one vol. 12mo. price 7s. with four fine Portrait - S - , HENRY the EIGHTH and

GEORGE the FOURTH; or, THE CASE FAIRLY STATED. By THOMAS HARRAL. The Patriot, the Lover of his King, the Supporter of his Throne, the Friend of order and justice, of morality and religion, will find the Queen's case fairly and candidly stated in Mr. 'lanai's " Henry the Eighth a
12 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
IV. OPPORTUNITIES.

IV. OPPORTUNITIES.

The first opportunity which the parties appear to have had of gratifying an unlawful passion, if they were so inclined, was on their arrival at Naples in November, 1811. Up to that time, WILLIAM AUSTIN had been in the habit of sleeping in the Princess's room; but the night befor
11 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
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18 September 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
--------------- SALES BY AUCTION. • fAt Atg ' ~, ,t ite. ,free t Tring Park.—Noble Mansion, 31anor, te'rifi' e a

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te • near Beelchampstead, Herts.—By M . s e, - Auction Mart, in rsv Bartholomew-lane , on '„f Sir 1 ,- 31, precisely at One, by order of the . mood Smith, deceased, il Y V e6l. T • HE very Capital, Valuable, and e eceP u tile TRING PARK ESTATE. Tithe- i f i r r e i ;,,jetoo abou
19 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEW TIMES.

THE NEW TIMES.

tlelrnen entrusted with her Majesty's defence. Was it pcssible for their Lordships to suspect that persons of rank, character, and eminent talent should have abetted this project, in the hope I that she should be surrounded by a host of spies and informers? Yet this charge had b
19 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause "LORD against WORTILLIGif- TON," the CREDITORS

PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause "LORD against WORTILLIGif- TON," the CREDITORS

of THOMAS WORM LEIGHTON, late of Lutterworth, in the County of Leicester, .Gentiemin, dsFeased (who died in or about the month of May, 1819), are by their Solicitors forthwith to come in and prove their Debts before VLU SAM ALEXANDKR, Esquire, one of the Masters of the said Cour
19 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
In the Press, IVEW TALES of MY LANDLORD. Second Seriey containing" Tire FAIRIWITCH OF GLAS LON." 'Orders received by all

In the Press, IVEW TALES of MY LANDLORD. Second Seriey containing" Tire FAIRIWITCH OF GLAS LON." 'Orders received by all

the Booksellers in London and Edinburgh; and W. Feartnan, Library, 170, New' Bondettreet. o .* The scene of this Series lies in Wales. ADVANTAGE OF I - IFGH WHEELS. . This Day is Publisht.d, CORSORY REMARKS on WHEELS WHEEL CARRIAGES, in Two Parts, with an Address to the Public o
19 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
Was it ordered to be closed for the whole voyage permanently, or only temporarily? It was nailed up and closed

Was it ordered to be closed for the whole voyage permanently, or only temporarily? It was nailed up and closed

altogether. Was there any cabin near that door? There was a line of cabins running towards the prow. After the suite embarked, who were the persons occupying that cabin nearest the closed door? Mademoiselle Dumont and Brunet, the two maids in the suit of the Princess. Where did
25 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
PRETENDED ADDRESS OF THE LEICESTERSHIRE MILITIA. (COPY.)—No. I.

PRETENDED ADDRESS OF THE LEICESTERSHIRE MILITIA. (COPY.)—No. I.

" Leicester, August 20, 1820. a My Loan DVICE—Mr. Deakins assembled the non-commissioned officers at the Magazine this morning to receive the report of their inquiry among the men belonging to the Regiment, residing in Leicester, relative to the Address to the Queen, by which it
25 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN. _Yesterday her' Majesty left the House of Lords at t,:ieoty past four o'clock, and proceeded t o St.

THE QUEEN. _Yesterday her' Majesty left the House of Lords at t,:ieoty past four o'clock, and proceeded t o St.

Vehic es of all rie , crivt.iens were prOhihited; forthe fitA time, from st:ttithling thetnseives in ParFament-street, which had the efreet tkot only of "preveroing' accidents, but of Jwpng the ptage cle::r . for carriages.' Lt , ihout a qulrter to five, the 'Queen's; equip,age
25 August 1820 - New Times (London) - London, London, England