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AT a GENERAL MEETING of the Sub- scribers to tl.e DOVER DISPENSARY, held at the Town null of Dover, or,

... on of the Countt}, and ot that .lust ?? m (jJ-Ychani State, and in Religious Worship, which ire the genuine principles of civil liberty. The Monday Edition ot Bell's Weekly Messenger, published iii Lonafon every Monday Evening, is particularly recommend- ...

Thi day is published, in Hvo. price Bs. in boards, the Third Edition, enlarged, of AN INTRODUCTION to the STUDr

... in POR- ?? TUOAE, during the early part of IS-20-. With an Ap- pendix of Details, illustrative of the Climate, Produce, and Civil History of the Island. Printed for C. and J. Itivington, St. Pauls Church-yard, and aterloo-place, Pall-Mull. London. Of whom ...

AT a MKL'/riNG ?? ■' Pro- -, re- t peienting the' various leadin -is of Protestant Dissenters held at the

... into- lerable-grievance, and an unmerited stigma od Protestant ' tL ' rs - , , ?? Resolved. That the cordial thanks of this united I ommlttee are hereby given to Samuel Favell, Esq., the mover of the re- solutions in the court of Common Council, for his ...

AT a PUBLIC MEETING of tlie SUP- r, POKTBRS and FIUKNDS of the SHERIFFS' FUND, l at the London Cotfee

... Early Proceedings In Chancery— -2. The O'jject uf punishment— 3. .Melieal Jurisprudence— 4. Certainty of English Law- — ?? civil and Criminal Justice In the West In- dies-.;. American Law— 7. Equitable Jurisdiction— B. state ot Crime in England and France ...

Corporation ami msr acts— At ?? * MEETI NO of the DEPUTIES from the several Con- of PROTESTANT DISSENTERS, of

... the Act passed during the *K**ent Session of Parliament for repealing the Sacramental th , l ' ''I 'he Resolutions of the United Committee passed at in _ Meeting on the 12th inst., i.nd subsequently published u ie leading Journals of the day, having ...

AT a M EX T ING of the FRIENDS ofthe Undertnkin-r for Constructing a TUNNEL under the THAMES, held at

... work, no com- be Latin Language was open to tbe Knglish nt. The desideratum is non supplied; and not a Grammar School in the United Kingdom ought to be without at lea-t one copy for the occasional reference ofthe pupils: no attempt art Latin Composition ...

ICING'S COLLEGE, LONDON. ?? Amount declared 7th July» Donations . £33.955 ?? £iDo each . 251 ADDITIONAL ..

... of, and ANSWER ■**■ to, the THIRD REPORT from the SELF.CT COM MITTEE on the PUBLIC INCOME aud EXPENDITURE of the UNITED KINGDOM. By a CIVIL SERVANT of the CROWN. Published by RidgVrayS) Pi*badilly. Thisday is pdhiisliedi in linio. price As.' ln boards ...

NORFOLK MANSION, AND SPORTING. A GOOD MANSION HOUSE, READY ?? FURNISHED, with every accommodation for a re- ..

... measure by inches. Letters mint be post-paid. TThis day is published, in 4to. price 6s. in boards, HE ALLIANCE of EDUCATION and CIVIL GOVERNMENT; with Strictures on the Uni- versity of London. By THOMAS WILLIAM LANCASTER, M.A. v lcar of Banbury ; and formerly ...

JgUIUIEY THEATRE.— Mi«. WAYLETT has the honour of announcing to the Nubility, Gentry ' »nd the public kehwally, ..

... misfortune Is so severely ag- gravated. Pectoris deriving Life Incomes from Church Preferment, public offices, or any other civil or military employment, may. by ihtis appropriating a part of their income to provide such annual, ukymeut, prevent the distress ...

TO CEMENT MANUFACTURERS AND OTHERS. ]V O TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the , HOAHn of ORDN,\NCE are ready to

... to all religious sects and persuasions; civil and religious liberty, in the highest epics- sible.i, -sed and enjoyed equally by alle_an his Majcsiy's subjects: and all the ohjects and purposes for wliich civil governments are instituted adequately fulfilled ...

TfcRUNSWICK CONSTITUTIONAL T V CLUB of IRELAND.-AI the FIRST GENF.RAL MEET- ING of this INSTITUTION, held at ..

... all religious sects and Persuasions; civil and religious liberty, in the highest pos- •ible degree, possessed and enjoyed equally by all class. his Majescy's subjects: and all the objects and purposes for which civil governments are instituted adeeniately ...