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To the EDITOR of the HUE and CRY SIR. THE frienl of frcletjr, whilft he confidert die int*e«cy of hum»n

... fpecula'ive pleadinjrs of the friend will be heard with candour. 7 meddle not with the degrees of punifhment; ’tis enough that the united prudence of the legillature has affixed the condition of death the commiffion of certain crimes. Our laws are tempered with ...

Published: Friday 12 May 1775
Newspaper: Police Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1100 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

To th* EDITOR of HUE CRY ‘s i THE frieal of fodjlt/, wbilft becoefidm tbe intricacy of efßoo, will fcrutißize

... over-heated 'heal, the pleadings Of tbe friend fill be heard with cbndoar. I meddle hot With tie degrees of. *tti enough that thfe united prudence of the legidatore he* affixed the conditiai of dentil to the cataiu crimes. Our laws are ternacted with equity and ...

Published: Friday 09 June 1775
Newspaper: Police Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 649 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

DKDICATED to the lute f.OR D-M AVO R

... illustilcus House, ili diffuse/'throughout every part of the United Kingdom, the full benefits ot that conitituion, iv'nch has been proved be favourable, in ■ v t.ncxampled degree, the enjoyment of civil liber, and public prosperity, and which cannot thercfirc ...

EPILOGUE TO THE TRAGEDY OF [ill]

... Lane: A prudent inan in ev''ry other matter, .1K-nown at his Club-roorm for an honcft Hatter; H-umanc and courteous, leo a civil life, At- J f/ldsm has been known to beat his WVifc! But Ja -cs is now grown quite anoiher man, lrchjuents thlc Grecn-room ...

KING'S THEATRE. THIS EVENING, TUESDAY, Jaru 6, will be performed the favourite serious Opera of ALCESTE. The ..

... Oxford-street, and No. 44, St. James's- •tre:t, on as advantageous terms, to adventurers, as at any office of credit in ttie United Kingdom. ' Prizes from 30,000!. to 181. paid on demand. FASHIONABLE DANCINC. PRIVATE TUITION. AT Messrs. ALLEN and Co.'s ...

Published: Tuesday 06 January 1801
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 9333 | Page: 1, 2, 4 | Tags: Classifieds 

FRANCE

... and refpc l, (Signed) DESSOLLZS. STRASRUKG14, DEC. 24.-It is confirmed that the corps.under the command of General Klenau, is unit- ed to that of General Barorf Simbfchen. It is further faid, that on the approach of thefe two nnited corps, the Gallo-Batavian ...

Published: Wednesday 07 January 1801
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3622 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

THE MORNING CHRONICLE

... to make peace, nor the ca- pacity to carry on war. On the other hand, there were f oppofed to him all forts of talent for civil and military affairs; the befr concerted plans, executed by the molt able Generals. It was impofflble, therefore, to exped ...

Published: Thursday 08 January 1801
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3140 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: News 

IRELAND

... Majefty's Privy Council of Ireland fhould, after theUnion, continue to be Mem. bers of the faid Council for that part of the United Kingdom called 'Ireland. Dublin Cafile, Jan. a. Letters Patent have been ?? under the Great Seal of Ireland, conflituting ...

Published: Friday 09 January 1801
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 677 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

THE COURIER

... fought lor a better cause, if Frenchmen had served under his banners.** 1 will not speak,** said he, «of a General who is united to by the ties blood and ot friendship I will not speak of a brother who so dear to me; but he finds in the glory of having ...

[ill]

... for a better caufe, or if Frenchniern had l]rved under his ban- B lers. S I will not fpeak, faid he, of a C enerol wlo is united to me by the ties of blood and of iieindllaip; I will al not fpeak of a brother who is fb dcear to mec but he finds in the ...

Published: Monday 12 January 1801
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5231 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: News 

FRANCE

... plifhment; convinced that the plot, declared to exift i- by thic Jury, was-defigned to difturb the repofe of the 'I Republic by a civil war, by arming the citizens againft each QWhwr, and cogrnterg4tng legal authority; eonvlnced tdiat the Tfimn'Qi611 of tie iur7 ...

Published: Friday 16 January 1801
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 9047 | Page: 1, 2, 3 | Tags: News