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British Press

British Press London, England

8 Sep 1820

DOG DAYS IN BOND-STREET. The principal Chancier+ , -by Mr. Terry, Mr. Junes, Mr. Mr. Russell, Mr Barnard, Mr. Williams, Mr. Hemmond, Mr. Slortiumi, Mr. Menage. Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Watbiases, and Mrs. Mardyo. After which the

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British Press

British Press London, England

26 Mar 1818

Robert Bell, Esq. Advocate - . 1 1 0 William Newhiniult. Esq. - - 1 1 0 Mrs. Amill, Pristor-street - . 0 10 6 Major Horsburall - - - 1 1 0 Mr. James Worn Rose -court - - 0 10 6 Mrs. Mr. .1: Lyal, Re. Aadrew. ; R. M. K.; Surgeon Jobs M`ka)e, ss. rack ; and

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

24 May 1845

with 60 added. Mr. Cuthbert’s Queen Tyne, 6yrs, 7st 101 b Mr. Meiklam’s Plillip, 5 yrs, 7st 121 b The Free Stakes of 20 sovs each, with 25 added. The second saves his stake Lord Verulam’s colt, Liverpool, out of Corumba .. (Cotton) Mr. Coleman’s Velox

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Star (London)

Star (London) London, England

19 Feb 1819

Gentlemen present to contradict his statements, an. t Mr. Lambton remarked that they were too true. Ntihea this statement was read, the crowd called upon Alr.'Clark to stand forward. He did so, and his appearance by the side of Mr. Hobhouse, was the sinai'file

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British Press

British Press London, England

31 May 1825

Hotel, Lower Brook-street, from Malta. Mr. Stratford Canning arrived in Brussels on the 25th, on his return from St. Petereburgh. The Lord Chancellor has been pleased to dismiss the sate brought by the Dowager Lady Clanmorris, and has recognisNl the marriage

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British Press

British Press London, England

6 Aug 1825

as that his Mr. Hughes, nor dlr . Whitehead, did not tell him to halo libelling. Mr. Puit.t.tre—No, nor for other people not to theme it. Mr. John Roberts and the surgeon corroborated thalut Mr. Ware, ea ocalist, from London.—A Mr. Judge called on me there

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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

17 Dec 1813

Xo. 5,510. Xi\ MAIUNK PAY OFFICE, 29, ParUamcnt-street. December 10,1813. Dr. WILKIN’S GKNEUAI. j MR. STOCKDALE-x-araßily requests that Ladies, anti GeUtlemtn, iopoitsesslan 61the tarly .Volumes this Work, will give immediate orders to the.r respective

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Statesman (London)

Statesman (London) London, England

18 Aug 1814

increasing the q ua says, that as his Lordship writes in *hick would be by increasing the stock o n does not subject the publisher of his,. 414 . 19. to far as concerned his own immedi become a fellow-lodger Of his , we conceived that wheat might I objection

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Evening Mail

Evening Mail London, England

16 Feb 1820

the The Lord-.Mayor informs his fellow-citizens, that the remainsB: ,c . Cll ”°“ a ,nt oP » conference that took place on tbf his late much-revered Majesty King George HI., of blessed me-8‘ enninatl( , hostilities between his Excellency the Governor 'orv

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British Press

British Press London, England

26 Jun 1822

After which the Comedy of EVERY ONE HAS HIS FAULT. Mr. Vintager; lir Robert Ramble, Me. C. Soles, Mr Ozberry ; Naremeey, Mr. Terry; Mr. Wier; Mr. Irwin, Ur. Faelkeer. Lady F.leanor Mts. Cltattrrlee; Mrs. Placid, Mrs. Taylasre; Ilea Was. Mies Reyes. To sill

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British Press

British Press London, England

9 Nov 1820

TRICROTA T HIS EVENING, THU hie &mete • THE BEGGAR'S Kith Capella Miaow' Mr. Garde; Filch, Afro. Polly. Mee thet L.ey, Ohs le Mt 11. will he %Wel of the tree Gardens were After whirl the TUB TIMEX AND Nog*, Mr. lima!! Mr. Gatti.; Mr. Mi Vera, Mr. . Mr. Nee4el

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

18 Jul 1830

from Frogmore Lodge ! entrance by George the Fourth’s Gate. His Majesl rriage was drawn by six of the black state horses, dri his late Majesty’s state coachman; and his Majesty eeted on his way by the subdued cheers of the multit At this period the Quadrangle

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Statesman (London)

Statesman (London) London, England

8 Sep 1820

monument of the nation's gratitiole. It stated, that Mr. Alderman Wood had accepted the office of Treasurer, and that he bad named Mr. J. Hurcombe and Mr. P. Charlatan as his Representatives; the Rev. Mr. flares and Dr. liilebrist had a!so been appointed

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The Atlas

The Atlas London, England

19 Jun 1831

Vaughn. Mn W. Kernel. Mr. Parry. Jen, an Signor Lablache. testamental :—Violin. Mr. Merit Vielseeello. Mr. Lindley Doable Men Signe Dregesettl Flute. Mr. Bohm (First Flute to the king of Sandal Mr. Willows ; Here. Mr. Pols, ; and Harp. Mr. Lahore/. The Orobestre

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

10 May 1833

cause were the the late Dr. Tice, and those of his father Hatton Garden. It appeared that Mr l *' carried on business a chymist and drueei.t • „ Garden, died the Bth of April, 1819 p his death he had made his will, by whlr-h* other things, he bequeathed

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Evening Mail

Evening Mail London, England

10 Apr 1822

several ladies of rank; in all about S4O individuals of both sexes. The Lord Mayor had espeeted that the Duke of York and the remainder of the Cabinet Ministers would have been also present but, owing party (ivsn by his Majesty at Brighten, his Lordship’s

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London Courier and Evening Gazette

London Courier and Evening Gazette London, England

8 Jun 1813

Alley, hy Mr. Incledon ; and i'lic Death Nelson,” !»y Mr. Sinclair. conclude with r J.-hr.it d Dramatic Entertainment of THE CJiITIC; or, •i'ra-edy llchcarsed. ! “A'clu-ts and J’laces to lie had Mr. Mathew*, KingVroaJ, ii uin ; and of Mr. Brandon, the

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

16 Sep 1830

Gudgeon, Mr. Williams; Jack Piammerton, Mr. Viniug; Madrigal Merry-patch, Mr. J. Kscee; Mrs. Modely, Mrs. T. Hill; and Kitty O’Cag. Mrs. Humby. After which AMBITION ; or, Marie Mianot. Casimir of Poland, Mr. Cooper; Lagardie, Mr. Vining; Mignot, Mr. W. Farren;

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Star (London)

Star (London) London, England

20 Jan 1801

trimmed with pint lady CECILIA JOHNSTONE-A whit broidercd with whit,: and gold, gold fringe velvet train. Lady CMITINA de RuoA—A crspy broidercd with Inver and wreaths of Bow,. black lice; ;pin pf violet faun, trimmed black lace. Lady Ann pink ['tin brown

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Star (London)

Star (London) London, England

18 Jun 1825

Gentleman bad rendered the couniry, by abolishing this evil. The case of Mr. Kenyon deserved attention. After a few further observations from Mr. Mr. Cat.- CRAFT. and Lord Cirri, Mr. Secretary PEEL moved a Resolution declaratory that pylons sustaining losses

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