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Lord STANHOPE will he the next PARLIAMENTARY PORT it is slated triumphantly, that the two Fanperors have to: TRAIT.

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t r . N'eut pealedly declared before others, that they were indissiz A BRITISH YEOMAN's Communication has been received and ! 1. shall appear. 39

"lahls uoited. Perhaps $0,—but what put them so oftea CRITICAL NOTICES of all our best living Artists (Paintere, upou performing this losing ceremony? The tail of 's in

Sculptors, and Engravers) will shortly be coinmenced. 11. dissolubile union" belwets monarclis is a pretty pastorai Mr. Bacon's Sculptural Exbiiion, and Mr. LANDSECR'S imitation of which the world have lately heard auite

1st No. of The Antiquities of Dneca, next week, We intended publishing The Letter of MERCATOR W. ao a enough. The Emperors of Russia and Austria are non

curious aspiracimen of grave mistake; but from the general indissolubly united; those of Russia and France were infriendliness of is, deterinised otherwise. He does not seem to kaow the difference between a grave face and a face in

| dissolubly united but the other day; and just befere ibat, earnest.

the Eniperor of Russia was indissolubly united with the

King of PRUSSIA, day, swore lo the sacredness of the keot PRICE OF STOCKS ON SATURDAY. 3 per Ceot. Cms........ shus | Omnium ......... 94 dis.

over the tomb of the “Greal" PREDERICK, whe_kidnapped

ver the tomb on"

his neighbours. We wonder that the very dust of that THE EXAMINER.

ingeniums-scoundrel did nol pot furth one of his juker en

the occasion. The consequence, we believe, of this indisLONDON, DECEMBER 25.

sciluble connexion, was the before-Hentioned condesina NOTHING sel of the Congress. There was a gracious ioli

equally indissoluble with France, which procured Russia,

same pretty things at the Prussian's expense. And so much malion indeed from a writer in one of the German Papers,

:) for the fairy mazes of this true lover's knot. -a persan perhaps intinale with the cousin of a valet or one of the Ministers, or with a hair-dresser who had seen

| The other rumours of the week are that the conferencen aume diplomatisl look conclusive lhal morning that the belween England aod America at Ghent are finally brokea Assembly was about 10 close; but ibis rumour like all the off in hostiliis,- that the King of Spain has been com. rest was negalived by subsequent proceedings. It is now be led by the indigoalion of his subjects'lo by from Madrid, asserted however, in some quarler, that there are serious and that Baron KOLLER,' The Austrian Geueral abo' intentions of resturing the King of SaxoNY, and ibat com. accompanicd BONAPARTE 10 Elha, has returned, or is a mnuniosti.rs were frequent belween him and the Austrian about to return thither with a final arrangemeot for Court ;-yet, this is again denied log the journals under divorcing NAPOLEON and Loc1$. Prussian in Cucuce, which talk of the annexation of Saxony 1 On this first subject we have but little, except that when as a certain thing, and are very loud in insislioy upon it's we consider feeliogs and appearances in all sides, we think ptopriels, if it were only as a reward for the King of such a resull very likely, happen when it may. The sobProssrt's aplile cunduct, in adversily! Tliere is no end ject was always a must disagreeable oue to us, and we fear, certainly to the inconsiet eacies of liunian beings in any, that there never was any great wee in-handling it, involving yphere or professions but politicians beal even the bar at as the war does an angry consciousness of error on both these grave contradictions. They do not see that a man's sides, and arising, we are quite convinced, still more frora conduct spust have been the reverse of poble in adversily, direct personal feelings in the ruling parties on both sides. who proposes to reward himself for it al the expence of a Thaa froin any thing else. Jobbers, inlerested in other new sofferer. What there was nolle in the king of ways, may be equally loud and angry against the AmeriPaussia's behaviour vodur misforlune, the world has yet caos, and the Times mas relieve the superabundance of to learn. They thought him patient indec!,--and this, il's gall and absurdity by filling whole columns with injaanuuch as it implies a power over the will and temper, vectives, whicle nobody but the said jobbers peruse ;- but inay be called troble ; but patience is not the virlue of a the general public feeling is certainly not excited towards wan who is prepared to abuse the first moment of his pro- the question; there is something too peity and personal sperits. If the King of Prussia shall eventually act as about it; especially after the great gaine that has been ho seeras incliocd to have done, aod as these wretched fire- lately played; and added to this, there is now a humiliating lings would encourage him to do, we repeat, that the world, I feeling that the Blinisters, by the extravagance of their prewhirl sers him a Igrant in good fortune, will conclude him feusions and the equallg, extravagant fully of their Dede of tu liave been nothing but a coward in bad.

conducting the war, have hurt the fine attitude that Eng 1. The Emperor ALEXANDER, in contradiction to the avger- land had just like ju the eyes of the world. The tions mentioned in our last Sunday's paper, appears to have American warfare is forcibly caleulated to bring back to heeu still al Vienda at the begioning of the month. The mind the worst and most ignorant feature in all their former psins laken atno liy some of the German papers, to prove i polities, he deadly. expedition to Walcherar. that there has been a perpelgal and entire harmony between of the light of the King of Spain from Madrid we can him and the Emperor FRANCII, would go far tu do away only say the same thing as of the rupture 8f hese begebegeports of n different nature, if such pains, by their ciatione, --Thal it is very probable, come when it may. apture and the particular tone and character of their The absurd and tornenling sort of anarchy which he ha

laot so still farther te make ng believe them. jetrodaced into his own arbitrary Gorerunnent, by thang.

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ing hus Ministers over and over aga nato mwineot's see each other, por with the other Powers, concerning the dise fire, and couniitling people to prison day afier day with memberinept's which Prussia demands under the title cut the shadow of a trial, cao vnly end in confusion of of Indemnitics. -The last dispatches received by Lord erery kind. From what rscapes of this conduct of his CASHERBÁGII, we said to contain orders to sustain. Ihic. through the crevices of that darkocss in which he would interests of the King of Saxony. The impolitie and banca. shut up all Spain, and front what we hear of his personal ful effect in dislurling the peace of Europe - the deep inprsings abrat in all quarters, we cangul hout conclude thal dignation of every German allached to his native Govern. the poor creature is out of his selecs; and this is the only meol, the general sentiinents of disgutstthal Imust prevail refleclion which prevents us from giving a sent to those ex- f in every just and Thinking mind. in Germany; respecting pressions of ridicule aod indignation which such conduct the gross views of the chief Sovereigns at the Vienna Cves would other disé call forth. " . . ....... grese, are all lolerably a; purent from one specimen of them

The remaining report,--the divorce of BONAPARTE and conlained throughout-an cnergetic' Probial of the Grand the Einpresa, we coufers we do not reckon so probable. Duke of Baden, against the limitation of his sovereignir He is an " indissolub'e onion" of a lilile firmer description and independence. The following is part of The Protest:Ilian the ones above-mentioned. In the first place, the

" His Royal Highoess cannot comprehend how juve Gere Jale Einpress is now dead;- in the second, there is a child man Ponces can conclusle from the Trealy agreed to at. in the way. Ibirdly, we do not believe that the Emprese, Frankfurt between the High A Mies,' that they possess the herself, the mother of that child, wishes il, inme especially right of legislating for the rest. The rark and digailies, ihe ader what has been slated in some papers relative to the politicalant family relatinos, the extent and population of the consont she bad given at last upon being shewn that Grand Duchy of Baden, but particularly the sacrifices which JÓSerrine's consent in the first instance was fictitious; -- it made for delivering the country from a foreign yoke, Lieșe' buogting aller-thoughts always make a story saspi authorized the Grand Duke lu faller laimself with guile' cious;- fourthly and lastly, it still remains to be proved to anotler perspective than that of having broken forrign' vs that the messages laelween Vienna and the Isle of Elha chuins in order to wear perhaps others which will be are not of a friendly joslead of a boslile nalure, and thal domestic. His Royal Bighnese misbing to leave no doubt BON APARTE, in fact, is not at this minule in a state of hope as to the intentions which atriittle him, has expressly and cxultation. Some accounts, it is true, rell us that he is ordered his Miniser to declare s-icmals and unreservedis very ill ; but others say, that he is heariiiy well and extracto Prince METTERXỊCN, that the Grand Duke will never'

ágantly inerry,-carrying before him a corpulency as con consent to renounce the rank which he lines hitherto occupied, lented as Hoxe's himself, and indulging himself every among the first l'riness of Germany, and consequently lie now and then in taking his mother by the hands and will never abandon to certain Neubers of the Germania leading her dancing about to a fune of his own composi. Beds. the esercise of rights, exclusively belonging to lost tiva. Be these stories what they may, it appear certain Confederation."-Though orders had been given respecting from the unsdimous accounts of those who actually visit the departure of thic Emperor of Russia and King vf him, Thal he is generally in a sinte of excellent health and PRUS), it is said that they will continue at Vienoa six* spirits; and the consequence is, rither that he must be a weeks.- The Emperor and Empress of Austria were not greater man thao he ever yet proved himself to bear bis tre. present at the fele given by Count RažoUMOUSKY, in bio.' beodoug reverse of furlune on cheerfully ; or that his mer. nour of the Russian Grand Duchess Cons1 ANTISE. Murt, riinent is mere desperation, which, by ihę bye, would not of the foreign Monarchs al Vienna have been indisposed. be likely to let him grow fai,-or fioalls, that he still has Their conduct there has sichered all honest niinds. Let: hopes of no ordinary description, and adds another dancer. I hem he cautious that the deatlig of their short-lived cha. inore thao They are aware of lo' the honest enjoyers of the raciers of integrity, are and succeeded by losses which weak Congress.

and base minds hold, in common wilh all sagitious robbers,

more dear than character. Yesterday arrived Paris Papers of Tuendas aud: Wednes. French Funds 724; Baok Actions 11874.

Treasury dag'lasl, containing articles to the 10th from Vienna, More Bills 3% discount. Ihan fifty couriert were sent off in all directions with im- A Neapolitan Article announces the early advance of portant resolutions respectiog Peland and Germany.- the Neapolitan ariny,, a moveincnt supposed lo be con Russia and Prússia are said 'Lo hare proposed three plans re. cerled with the Austrian Goveroment. lalive to Saxony she fire was to uniié il to Prussia ; the second to change its dynasty and delach some of its propio Accounts from porio Forrajo intimale that the PRINCK' kes, the Third in leave the present King only 7 er 800,000 of Peace was about to take up his residence in the Isle of subjects al most, Prussia has likewise proposed to give tu Elba. . . ..? that King The Duchies of Berg, Cleves, and Juliers, on An estimale has been made, that in the Senale of the condition of him cotitely renouncing Sixboy. It was re- United Staies there must be, for two or three years at' ported that Russia and Priesit are not on good terms with I least, o decided Republican majority.

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Lord STANMOPC wil he the next PARLIAMENTARY POR-I It is slated triumphantly, that the leo Emperors laic te A BRITISH Teoman's Communication has been received and lohis upiled. Perhaps 90,—but whal pul them so sfan

pealedly declared before others, that they were indsshall appear. CRITICAL NOTICES of an oor best living Artists (Paintere, upou performing this losing ceremony! The talk of " is

. Sculptors, and Engravers) will ahority ve roinmenced. dissoluble uvjon" belwoo monarchis is a pretty pusten Mr. Bacon's Sculptural Exbiikon, and Mr. LANDSEER's imitation, of which the world have lalely heard quite

1st No. Of The Antiquities of Dacca, next week. We intended publishing oke Letter of MDRCATUR W. non enough. The Ediperors of Russia and Austria are la curious-specimen of gtave mistake; but from the general indissolubly united; those of Russia and i'rence were is friendliness of it, determined other wise. He does not seem dissolubly united but the other day; and just befere tbal to. kaow the difference between a grave face and a face in

the Eniperor of Russia was iodissulubiy united with this

King of PRUSSIA, pay, swore to the sacre daess of the kact 3. per Ceot. Cous..... shus | Omnium

over the tomb of the “Great" PREDERICK, who kidnapped

his neighbours. We wonder that the very dust of THE EXAMINER.

ingeniuugnacoundrel did not pot fordhane of his jukes in

The occasion. The cousequence, we believe, of ibis indo LONDON, DECEMBER 25.

sviluble connexion, was the before-Hreptioned cunteti a Nothing set of the Congress. There was a graciou, inii- equally indissoluble with France, which procured Res maliun indeed Fron a writer in one of the German Papers, for the fairy mažes of this true lover's knot.

same pretly things at the Prussian's expense. And so much a persen perhaps intisdale with the cousin of a valet of one of the Ministers, or with a hair-dresser who had seen

The other rumours of the week are that the cepleten asine diplomatist book conclusive that morning, Ibal the belween England aod America al Ghent ate finally bruke Assembly was about to close ; but lois rompur like all the off in hostills-that the King of Spain.bas been cas sesl was segalived by subsequent proceedings. It is noe pe led by the indignation of his subjects to iy from Madri? asserted however, in some quarler, that there are serious and that Baron Koller, the Avsirian Geucral ube intentions of resturing the King of Saxony, and ibat com. accompanied BONAPARTE 10 Elba, has returned, of riuniosti.:18 were frequent belween him and ifie Austrian about to return thither with a final arrangement fer Court ;-yet. this is again denied by the journals under divorcing Napoleos and Lovisa. Prussiain fiycuce, which talk of the annexation of Saxony On the first subject: we have but little, except that when as a certain thing, and are very loud in insisting upon it's we consider feelings and appearances in all sides, we link propriets, if it were only as a reward for the King of such a result very likely, happen when it may. The sot Prossa's voile conduct in adversity! There is no end ject was always a must disagreeable eue lo 09, and we lear, certainly to the inconsisteocies of lunian beings in any, that there never was any great we in handling it, involving uphere or profession's but puliticians beat even the bar at as the war does an angry consciousness of error og batt! these grave contradictions. They do not see that a man's sides, and arising, we are quite convinced, still mare from conduct must lave been the reverse of ouble in ad verily, direct personal feelings in the ruling parties on both sides who proposes to reward himself for it al the expence of a han froin any thing else. Jobbers, interested in other new sofferer, What there was noble in the King of ways, may be equally loud and angry against the Ameri Prussia's behaviour voder misfortune, the world has yet cans, and the Times nas relieve the superabundance of to learn. They thought him patient indec!,--and this, it's gall and absurdity by filling whole columos with i ibakpuch as it implies a power over the will and temper, vectives, which nohoify bot the said jobbers perase ;-but inay be called solle; but patience is not the virtue of a the general public feeling is certainly not excited lowards wan who is prepared to abuso the first moment of his pro- the question; there is something too peity and persadal sperits. If the King of Prussia shall eventually act as about it, especially after the great gaine that has been ho seems inclined to have done, aod as these wretched hire-flately played; and added to this, there is now a humiliating Tings would encourage hiin to do, we repeal, that the world, feeling that the Ministers, by the extravagance of their prewhield seks him a Igrant in good fortune, will conclude him tensions wol the equally extravagant fully of their muse of tu liave been nothing but a coward in bad.

conducting the wat, have bort the fine attitude that Eng. The Emperor ALEXANDER, in contradiction to the asger- land had just maken in the eyes of the world. Their tions mentionbd in our last Sunday's paper, appears to have American warfure is forcibly caleulated to bring bark heeu still al' Vienda at the beginning of the month. The mind the worst and most ignorant feature in all their former psias taken atro hy some if the German papers, la prove politics, --The deadly expedition to Wåletière. that there has been a perpetual and entire har sony between of the flight of the King of Spain

from Madrid we can him and the Emperor FRANCIS, would go far to do away only say the saine thing as of the rupture if these teges Vernepofys of n different malore, if such pains, by their ciation, that it is tery probable, come when it may Bestufe and the particolar lonc and character of their The absurd and tormenting sort of anatchy which le har

for so etill Sarther to make is believe them. jelroduced into his own arbitrary Government, by

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irig hus Ministers over and over aga n al o moment's my each other, por with the other Puwers, concerning the dire tive, and committing people to prisun day afier day with memberinents which Prussia domands under the tille cut the shadow of a trial, can only end in confusion of of Indemnities. The last dispatches received by Lord erery kind. Proin what escapes of this conduct of his CASHLEREÁGI, we sail to contain orders 10 sustain. Die through the crevices of that darkness in which he would interests of the King of SAXONY,— The impolitie and banes! shut up all Spain, and front-what we hear of his personal ful effict in distusliing the peace of Europe—the deep in-, pryings abriut in all quarters, we cangut but conelude that digpation of every German allached to his nalive Govern.

the poor creature is out of his sebacz ; and this is the only ment, the general sentiments of disgirst that must pirevail },57 reflection which presento us from giving, vent 10 those ex. in every just and thinking mind. in Germany; respecting

pressions of ridicule and indignation which such conduct the gross views of the chief Sovereigns at the Vienna Coe24 Ah would otherwise call forth.

gress, are all lvlerably arparent from one specimen of them The remaining report, the divorre of BONAPARTE and conlained throughout-an caergetic

' Protest of the Grand * the Einprem, we confess we do not rerkon so probable. Duke of Baben, against the limitation of his sovereignis a la Ir is an indissolub'e onion” of a little firmer description and independence. The following is part of The Protest :-tkat ilian the ones above-mentioned. Ia the first place, the

llis Royal Highness, cannot comprehend how five Gero, 1919 Jale Einpress is now dead :-in the cond, there is a child man Penees can conclule from the Trealy agreed to at:

in the way; ldirdly, we do not believe that the Empresa Frankfurt helween the High Allies, that they possess the eyen herself, the mother of that child, wishes il, inove especially right of legislating for the rest. The rarik and dignities, ihe is after what has been slated in sponie papers relative to the political ant family relations, the extent and population of the si consent she had given at last upon being shewn that Grand Duchy of Baden, ent particularly the sacrifices which

Joseriine's consent in the first instance was fictitives ; it made for delivering the country from a loceign yoke, these' bungling after-houghts always make a story suspi-authorized the Grand Duke to Batter loimself with quite cious;Fourthly and lastly, it still remains to be proved to another perspective than that of having hrisken foreign vs that the messages belweeu. Vienna and the Isle of Elha chuins in order to wear perhaps others which will be are not of a friendly iöstead of a hostile nature, and tkal domestic. His Royal Highness wishing to leave no douint Bon aparte, in fact, is not at this minute in a state of hope as to the intentions whieh animate him, has expressly and exultation. Some accounts, it is true, tell us that he is ordered his Minimer to declare s-icmnls and 118

unreserveols very ill : but others say, that he is heartily well and extra. lo 'Prince METTERxịch, tbal the Grand Duke will never vagantly inerry, -carrying before him a corpulenes as con consent to renounce the rank which he has hitherto occupied lented as luxe's himself, and indulging himself every among the first Priness nf Germany, and comequently lie now and then in taking his mother by the hands and will never abandon to certain. dl rubers of the Germanie :

leading lier dancing about to a tune of his own composiBudy, the exercise of sights, exclusively belunging to trust bende

Jiva. Be these stories what they may, it appear certain Confederation."--Though orders had been given respecting from the voanimous accounts of those who actually visit the departute of tfic Emperor of Russia and King vf bin, that he is generally in a siate of excellent health and Prussia, it is said that they will continue at Vienna six spirits; and the consequence is, either that he must be a weeks. — The Emperor and Empress of Austria were not greater man thao he ever get proved himself to hear his tre- present at the fele given by Couot RazOUMOVSKY, in bo-' biendous reverse of furlune on cheerfully , or that his mer

Rour of the Russian Grand Dutchess ConstaNTINE. Murt, rijnent is mere desperation, which, by the bye, would not of the foreign Monarchis al Vienna have been indisused. E, all be likel's so let hiin grow

fai,

--or finally, that he still has their conduct there has sichered all honest minds. Let en hiopes of oo ordinary description, and adds another dancer. Them he cautious that the deatlis of their short-lived chas

more than they are aware of to the honest enjoyers of the raciers of integrits, ate oot succeeded by losses which weak po Congress.

and base minds huld, in common with all flagitious robbers,

more dear Lan character. Yesterday arrived Paris Papers of Tuesday and Wedges French Funds 724 ; Bapk Actions 11871; Treasury' day'lasl, contaioing articles to the 10th from Vienna, More Bills 34 discount. han fifty couriers were sent off in all directions with im. A Neapolitan Article announces the early advance of parlant resolutions respecting Peland and Germany. the Neapolitan arıny,, a movement supposed to be con

Russia and Prüssia are said to have proposed three plana re. cerled with the Austrian Goveroment. Full lative lo Saxony she firei was to uoiié il lo Prossia ; the second to change its dyg'anty and delarh some of its prorin

Accounts from Porto Ferrajo intimale that the PRINCE ces; the third to leave the present King only 7 or 800,000 of Peace was about to take up bis residence in ile Isle of

suhjects at most. - Propsia has likewise proposed to give tu Elba. open that King the Duchies of Berg, Ctesre, and Juliers, ou An estimale has been made, that in the Senale of the

condition of hip cotitely renouncing Sixboy. It was re United Staies there must be, for lwo or threc years at try purled that Russia and Prissia are not on good lering with ideast, a decided Republican niajorily,

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The diiors of the gaml of the city of New York (the A Gentleinan who had evers, appearance of being an capital, in faci, of the United Stalev), for there weeks pre. Oficer in the Army, was found wounded and insensible, vious to the 2616 of November, were jails thrown open, on Saturday week, in the road al Cliflon, near Bristol, there not being a prisoner, either debtur or felui, cuplined who il was supposed was rulihed and thus ill-treated. inercin.

He still remains incapable of giving the least account of From @it. 1813, 1o Od. 1814, (one gear), nearly

hiinself, or by what means he came into the deplorable si.

luation in which he was discovered. 1200 bankrupts have appeared in the London Guzelles. JOANNA Seuracott was yesterday repories to be lead. I

| All tlie letters from the dut poris speak of the fremen.

lang gales that have blown for some days past, and appreWe are goires to slale (*259 a Dublin Paper) thal a duel hend that considerable damage will be done, particularly was fought on Wednesday at Marlborough-green, belyseen on the Eastern coast. iwo Geoliemen of ihe Law, which irrminaled fatally,

On Tuesday; llie LORD MAYOR ordered the price of one of the Gentlemen, Mr. P., liaving been mortalij !

Bread. Lo remain ihe same as last week, wovoded. The Dublin awriences, it seems, are following the ac.

Spols of ink, it ja well known, will alsolutely roio the

fivest linen,- Lemon juice will by no means answer the complished examples furnished, by those of Lriniloni. On

purpose of taking them.out: the spols, indeed, disappear ; the 16th, there was a lerrible rint at the Dublin Theatre,

but the malignily of the ink slill adheres to the linen; it and for what reason ? Berause truly one tareo-show was

corrodes il : and a hole never fails to appear some time substi'olcd for anotherche Miller and his Men for the

after in the part where the spot was made. Would you Dog of Monlurgis The owner of the chief performer

I wish for remedy' equally cerlain, without being subject to ind withdrawn his services, as the Manager would nol sub

the same inconvenience ?-Take a mould candle (the mit to his extravagaal demnands. The consequence was,

**lallow of which is commonly of the finest kind), meilil, that all apeiligy was refusell, the scals were torn up; The

and dip the spotted part of the linen in the melted lallow; performers pulled with all sorts of missiles, the chandeliers,

then put it to the wash. It will come perfeclly while from Jampe, &r. broken, and the females alarired and driver:

the hards of the laundress, and there will be no hole in the from the housee. The Viceroy and his Lady were present

Spotted part.--This experiment has been Iried often, and when the lumult cuidmenced.

always ällended with success.--Country Paper. Lond Frentu.-The day after the death of this tableman, a Corvoer's Inquest was held on the body, and a verdict of "Insanity" returned. Had the unhappy man

COURT AND FASHIONABLES. been in the humble instead of the elevated walk of life, he!! vold most likely have been desined " sine," and have It is vers singular that the papers should call the future freen bz, barously buried in the highwss with a slake Duchess of CumberlaNo Princess Salm ; her name is through his body! Ang verdict however may be deemed Soins-BRAUNBELI. There are to branches of that hove: heller than one which leads to results at once so stupid in the other is Soins. Lich or HOTEXSL vs. of the Prioces itself, so afflicting lu relal.ycs, and so disgusting to every of Salm there are three branches, viz. SAL-SALA, SALt. body.

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KYRBURG, and SALM-REIFERGHEID. There is not the On Thursday, al the rising of the Court of Chanctrs, Icast connection belween tbe Salms and the Sola: ; the Jads

D r ame into Court, and, walking up to the first ate of the Catholic, and the last of the reformed perRegister, silling under his Lordship; presenled two piece's suasion.-- Prince SOLMS died on the 151h Dec. 1819.of parchmeni lo his Lordshir, which were handled to the Chronicles : Regimes lo read to her Ladyship. They were articles of The Counters of Rostverny sojourned at the Old Ship the peace, exhibited by the lady against hiet fuble huslavern, in Brighton, Ihree days previous to ber departure, band. Á molion was made by a young Barrister, after the with Sir 8. Minutiar, for the Continent. She caine from reading, for an order in the Master, lo hold the husband Lontlon in a carriage and four, and during her stay at the to sareties in one thousand or filleen hundred pouuda lu linn, observed the n et eerder keep the peace towards him wife, and cited a precedent in allendants, who stiled her "mos lads," bul ig other re. point, sidding, that the husband in this case was worth al

specis she was perfectly incng. Sir H. Midway arrived Tresint 15.0001. a year, with considerable expectancies the ihird das, in a post chaise and fuur, and was koyan

Lordship having linself read the articles, at the lavern only as Mr. Sr. Jons. On the following ordered the surelies to be taken in the sum of 1,5001. daß ihe party set off for Newhaveo, and look their passage The lady withdrer, ond joining her female allendanl al for Dieppe. . the door of the seal, reliced through the Lord Chancellor's

" Que of thosc Irials, too" common in Englaod, and privale passage to the Court. This was the first instance

which appear lo us with reason as offcosive to honour 56 of the kind we remensber, and ris owing to the rack of

cootrary to good morsis, fills ahnout the whole of the the parlics and privilege of the Pcerage, since such arlicles

English Journals of the 12th. The Earl of RUSERERRI are laken usually before the Judges of the King's Beuch or

brought an action against the Baronet Munxar, for ordinary Magistrales.

criminal conversation will plaintiff's wife, and estimated The late Dr. Darwin, some scars ago; published a his honour all he annount of 30,0001. The Jors assembled circumslantial account of the "Upaz, or Poigen Trec," to assess the damages did not, however, ' estimate the milh the mander of the falal gun being taken by criminals honour of the noble Lord at the price he had sel upon it, in the island of Jaia; it is now prored lu a certainty, thall but thought it sufficiently: iuderuaified by the saw of ou such free is in existence, al Icas!, in that island. 115,0001."-Journal des Eduals... Speriment

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