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EVASIS'S SKETCH.

EVASIS'S SKETCH.

a kw will be publahe , Embellished with a new Eng•aving of eight [-leads. the Fourteenth Edition, with the Additivn of an Account .1 the Saud*, an Indian Sect resembling th e Quakers ; of thy Recent Sc cede's horn the ChM - eh of England ; and of the Jetkers and Barkers it, the
15 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
the !Cfl Ind

the !Cfl Ind

17 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
- , - EUROPEAN SALOON', , ' KING STREET, S7'. JAMES'S. ' MISS MACAULEY'S DRAMATIC 4IVD MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, , Under

- , - EUROPEAN SALOON', , ' KING STREET, S7'. JAMES'S. ' MISS MACAULEY'S DRAMATIC 4IVD MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, , Under

the immediate Patronage of HER TIIE DUCIIESS OF Si. ALBANS, . The .Right HonOurable The COUNTESS OF DESSIOIIOUGIII, LAI)V BARIURA AND LADY cArtaiNP, LAMB. ALICAIJLEY 'wifl commence tier Drainotic Entertainments for a short Season, on SATURDAY next. . . . - • IS THE MAD), Oft WAY
17 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOMBAY, Aua. SO.

BOMBAY, Aua. SO.

• The Joasmee Republic appears to be quite at an end ; not a hostile boat has been seen ; this is at least cause for exultation, and we trust that an early chastisement awaits those, Sheiks and Dolas who comraitted the outrages mentioned in the last Courier, on our countrymen in
31 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, MARCH 30.

FRIDAY, MARCH 30.

Sir J. presented a Petition from Michael Lacy, one or the principal Clerks in the Court of King's Bench in Ireland,• stating, that half the business of the Court was transacted. in .his office, that the remuneration for the duties of the office had been calculated by the Commiss
31 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
.; 31En;. 3 pr en A Plcil Cl8;.17811'21. South Old Ann. India Stock India Bonds 466. pr. 2d. Ex. Bids

.; 31En;. 3 pr en A Plcil Cl8;.17811'21. South Old Ann. India Stock India Bonds 466. pr. 2d. Ex. Bids

4s. tis. Lottery Tickets Xl4 Bank Acc. Cons. 101 per Ct Bank Stock shut 5 per Cent. *— PRICES IS DAY AT ONE O' CLOCK. 3 Per Ct. Red. 7111 South S e a Stock -- 3 Per Cr. Cons. 74 Stock shut 3} per Cent. 4 per Cr, Cons. 894. I n ! indi ms x .i c u li f o h m ° r . n li A d 1 c 143
19 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
, Sir Fergusson rose to order. He could not conceive how ' 1 • - the discussion of what was

, Sir Fergusson rose to order. He could not conceive how ' 1 • - the discussion of what was

done in Mr. Fox's Administration, could be in order on the naming of a Committee. Mr. R. said, he did not expect to be stopped by the . ikon. Genetsal, who was an approver of Mr. Fox's Attpilmstra•' tion, in a comparison of that Administration With the present. 1 begged to ask w
24 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
body in England than a Franciscan friar, who, having been suspended by his own bishep Sol n disloyal and seditious

body in England than a Franciscan friar, who, having been suspended by his own bishep Sol n disloyal and seditious

sermon (hear, hear; hear), hailed as an ally by zealous Protestants in the attack which they were. making upon a community by which he was considered as a disgrace. .( ear.) • .. -, , x Mr. Pea/ p said that he had not hailed , . ‘ r.,Hayes as an ally,. • Sir olmerycd;, that .4 .
24 March 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
I am Sir, your obedient Servant, CH ARLES PALME IL

I am Sir, your obedient Servant, CH ARLES PALME IL

I am Sir, your obedient Servant, CH ARLES IL C AT Peers who did not vote..—Dukes.—Cumberland abroad), '— TT - Carffn ll 0 ON. Cambridge (abroad), Gloucester, St. Alban's, Leesd, Brandon, Portland, Manchester (abroad). IVlar.quisse--Townsend, Abercorn, Hastings (abroad). Earls—Lin
21 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
i.ttcratur nee. etc.

i.ttcratur nee. etc.

DEATH OF Mit. RITCHIE THE TRAVELLER. (From Capt. Lyon's Account the Espedition to • Morzou k.) On the Bth of November, 1819, Mr. Ritchie being again attacked by illness, I much wished him to al. low of my selling some of our powder to procure him si few comforts ; but to this he
12 April 1821 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England