10 APRIL 1830

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THE House of Commons allowed a bill for removing the disabilities of the British Jews to be read for the first time on Monday ; and on Tuesday passed Lord Ellenborough's Divorce...

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NAVIGATION TREAT rEs.-On Thursday, Mr. Ciffirtr.Es , GRANT asked Mr. Peel,

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whether, by the treaty of Vienna in 1815, the navigation of the Rhine had not been thrown open to all the powers of Europe ; and whether, hi point of fact, the King of the...

FRANCE. - A dinner, or, as our neighbours, who are fond of

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high-sound- ing terms, calrit, "a grand Constitutional banquet," was given by the Elec- tors of Paris on the 1st of April, to the Deputies of the Seine, in acknow- ledgment of...

THE REVENUE. - Abstract of the Net Produce of the Revenue of

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Great Britain, in the Years and Quarters ended 5th of April 1829 and 5th of C ustoms . . ....4 Excise Stamps . • Post Office .. . . ...... Taxes Mi scellaneous ................


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STOCK EXCHANGE, SATURDAY MonmENG.-Few weeks have passed over with so little excitement as that which is just closing. There has, however, been a gradual rise, for which it would...

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Commost HALL. —At the Common Hall that met on Monday, resolutions

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in favour of Radical Reform were unanimously passed. From a statement of Mr. C. Pearson, it appears that the people of London are more anxious to reform their neighbours than...

THE KING.—His Majesty appears to have completely recovered from his

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late indisposition. Yesterday he attended divine service in the grand music- room in the Castle at 1Vindsor, and afterwards took a long drive. In the evening, nix Majesty...

THE AGITATOR IN Iartaxn.—On Tuesday, a meeting was held in

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the Parliamentary Intelligence Office, Dublin, to receive areport from the Com- mittee for the establishment of a Society, to be styled " a Society of the Friends of Ireland,...

TnanE.—By accounts from various parts of the country, it would

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appear that trade is rapidly improving. Some of these accounts we derive from the local newspapers ; others from mercantile men of extensive dealings, in dif- ferent parts of...

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M.ANSIONHOUSE ADVICE.—A gentleman, who did not state his name, applied

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on Wednesday for the interference of the Lord Mayor, to liberate his horse from the Green-yard. His son had been riding it quietly in Fins- bury Circus, when an officer, having...

PIRATED PRINTS.— In the Vice-Chancellor's Court, on Monday, an injunction

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was moved for by Mr. Knight, on behalf of Mr. Lane the engraver, and Mr. Dickinson, the printseller of Bond Street, to restrain the, defendant, Fry, from selling certain pleated...

RECORDER'S REPORT.—At the King's Council on Wednesday, the Re- corder

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of Lendon made his report of the convicts capitally only hoed at the Old lIeiley during the February Sessions. The cases of William Mealing and \ ti I ui isstdams, from the...

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A paragraph copied last week from one of the Daily

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Papers, relative to an alleged suicide committed by a Sir Charles Baring, is contradicted, and • said to be totally void of foundation. On Sunday night, Mr. Mosley, undertaker,...

Miss Stephens will appear at Drury Lane on Tuesday, in

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her favourite part of Polly Peachum. Madam Vestris will play Lucy, and Mr. Anderson, Macheath. The new opera of 1F7111,ini 7'f/ is about to be brought - out with great...


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taken up eleven vessels of 400 to Otto tons for a voyage to Bengal and Inch, at rates of freight varying from Cl. :is. to 10/. 17 8 . per ton. The rates of this class of...

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WE are glad to find that our observations on Credit have excited con- siderable attention : we have received more than one communication on the subject, and we are not...


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NEW PLAN OF COLONIZATION—MISAPPREHENSIONS CORRECTED. Vim Standard on Thursday evening honoured the Emigration plan which we have recommended, with an elaborate notice ; and we...

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IN 1825, there were but two establishments in Scotland that mann ilictured whisky for the English market. In 1825 every glass of whisky (except what was metamorphosed into gin)...


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OF all the enhancers of prices in this great metropolis, the fish- mongers, we have had repeated occasion to observe, are the most. no- torious. Not content with the indefinite...

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THE comment of most of the prints on Mr. CAMPBELL'S vindication of Lady BYRON, in his late letter of remonstrance to Mr. MOORE, in- dicates the sort of morality that prevails...


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THE newspapers contain an account of frauds on yourrse medical prac- titioners, who by artful misrepresentations of the value of a profes- sional business, have been induced to...


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EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY.* DR. INGLIS is less known to the public as an author, than as a pious and painstaking clergyman of the Scottish Church, as a learned ex- pounder of...


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-THE Oratorios have ended, as we expected, unprofitably to the Manager. Some of the principal performers gave their gratuitous services, and the' Lord Chamberlain allowed Drury...

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THIS is an exceedingly clever production i that is to say, the author, or rather authoress, is a person of 'Considerable talent,—she is sprightly, acute, and observing, and...

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I. The Old English Draina, Part IV.— 4. The Family Library, No. 12—Southey's En g lishmen for my Blaney, or, A Life of Nelson. Woman will have her Will. 5. Library of...

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Painted Window, representing the Tournament of the Field of Cloth of Gold, now exhibiting at 15, Oxford Street. Painting on glass has hitherto been an imperfect art, relying...


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CONSIDERABLE excitement has been caused among the printsellers and publishers, by the appearance, a few weeks since, of an extraordinary mani- festo, signed by several of the...