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    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 27. CORN LAWS-BANK ADVANCES. Lord KING presented several petitions against the monopoly caused li the Corn Laws. Parliament, lie said, generally required a quarter of as century before it would listen to Subscribers-only content

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    many years ago, bht it made a deuce of a stir at the time-I mens, when the late Earl St Vincent and Sir John Ord were going to fight about Nelson and the Nile business, and I got them just Subscribers-only content

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    A& PARTMENTS for SINGLE GENTLEMEN, comfortably Furnished, and upon unusual low Terms, and in a situation .equally conveoient to the East or West end of Town.-Apply at the Address Office, 2 York. street, Covent garden. THEATRE of ANATOMY and Subscribers-only content

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    what we mean, andas we think, justify our remarks upon the alleged errors of direction. No. 62. Battle of St Vincent. G. JOwES, R.A.-Thi is a work painted for the British Institution, to be presented to Greenwich Hospital. it represents Subscribers-only content

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    professional testimony to the gallantry and good-humour of Irishmen; and it would have delighted the venerable Duncan, the gallant St Vincent, and the great Nelson, to have witnessed this dawn of peace and happiness for Ireland, to have seen that Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, December 1777, Volume 84, 01 December 1777-31 December 1777

    Journal, December 1777 Volume 84 Journal, December 1777 Tuesday, December 2nd. Present: Mr. Jenyns, Mr. Gascoyne, Lord Robert Spencer. Mr. Greville. Mr. Jolliffe, Mr. Eden, Mr. De Grey. Lord George Germain, one of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State,


    St Mary marshes , Sussex, 482 St Mary's Sound , Scilly, 225 Saint-Val ry-sur-Somme (St Valleries in Sun), 249 St Vincent , Cape (South Cape), Spain, 30, 160 1, 415 Sainthill , Robert, 401 Salisbury , Wilts, 169, 232 3


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