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CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING.

Tuesday the General Meeting of the Church Missionary Society was held at the Great Hall of the Freemasons' Tavern. The assembly amounted to upwards of 2000 persons, and many subscribers were unable to obtain even standing room. Lord Gambier was unanimously called to the chair. M
03 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL ECONOMY. In a _few Dap will be publi.thed, in one volume, Bro. by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, V.I.EMENTS of

POLITICAL ECONOMY. In a _few Dap will be publi.thed, in one volume, Bro. by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, V.I.EMENTS of

the SCIENCE of POLITICAL ECONOMY; by JAMES MILL, Esq. Author of" History or British India." The Author's object is to precent such a view of the Evidence of‘the mutual connexion and dependance of the great Doctrines of Political Economy, as may both give a practical command over
03 May 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
,ott Xittratures-.*cience, etc.

,ott Xittratures-.*cience, etc.

,ott Xittratures-.*cience, LORD JOHN OF THE EAST. (From Metrical Legends.—Jusi Putsll,liell.) The fires bleed bright till deep midnight, And the guests sat in the hall, And the Lord of the feast, Lord John of the East, , Was the merriest of them all. Ills darksgrey eye, that wont
27 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

Vienna, Feb. 11.—The British Ambassador, Lord Stewart, has sent a Courier from Laybach . with dispatches for the Admiral commanding the English' squadron in the bay, requesting him to retire with his squadron as soon as he shall have learnt that the Austrian army has commenced h
27 February 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
titerature,

titerature,

ON THE ORIGIN OF THE Dr., - zifAiiiEMENT OF NATIONAL SPIRI fN ITALY. FROM THE NEW 1 .JNTULVMAGAZINE. When we revert to the circumstances under which Italy has been, nw:ulded into its present Mishapen form, we dull Per.naps cease to Wonder ht the deformity which the national char
05 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OPPICR OP ORDNANCE, May 28, 1821. HR Principal Ogee rs af his Majcstys Ordnance an hereby gioe Notice. that they

OPPICR OP ORDNANCE, May 28, 1821. HR Principal Ogee rs af his Majcstys Ordnance an hereby gioe Notice. that they

kereatAy to receive Ten-115. on FRIDAY the Day of June next , from suck May be desirous of porchasins , Five IluntlictlTons of BRASS ORDNANCE. riorNetal stay te vierred,by Personc desirous qf becoming Purcluisers,• vpon.appliratim to John Geast, Esq. Storekeeper, or to tither th
05 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
T. ply in no on n the oeting ii iry for ise lfl obser. ; his ers of f anY

T. ply in no on n the oeting ii iry for ise lfl obser. ; his ers of f anY

,; co t ac re° to d 0 00
26 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
eouttt BENCti, itiNt

eouttt BENCti, itiNt

eouttt BENCti, Mr. Cooper applied for a rule to show cause why Mr. Jones, the Marshal of the King' Bench prison, should not answer the matter/310am lidir Mit edsts applicatiOrit APlllication WAS made on the affidavit of Colonel - Bailie, who stated, that in December he was a pris
03 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

ALLEGED CHILD STEALING. Bow Slreet.—.Mrs , Thompson, a very respectably -101° k elderly woman, was tabus:hi before G. R. Alinshull, Saturday night, charged with conteyhig away and secreting the daughter of a Mr. Rvan. *, . Mr. Ryan deposed that about two years IWO he along the M
03 July 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
• *HOUSE OF LORDS, 14. Lord King rote to call the attention Of the Houk to a case 'which appeared

• *HOUSE OF LORDS, 14. Lord King rote to call the attention Of the Houk to a case 'which appeared

to hirn to be of great impottante s a cee in Which the rights of the rectors of the Church of England were directly involved, and which alto affected the rights of the great of. the Clergy. He held in his hand the petition the Rev. Henry William Neville, a ten heroin who had rec
16 June 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England