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COMPENDIOUS NOTICES. His MAJESTY arrived at his Palace, Pall Mall, Tuesday, to hold Court and transact some offi- cial business—-in the evening returned to Wind- sor Friday the King had a grand dinner party, when Master George Aspull, a boy of eight years old, displayed his extraordinary musical talent before the Royal party—Saturday his Majesty closely engaged at Windsor with business, giving audiences to Ambassadors, &c.—Ministers deli- berated in Cabinet Council Saturday.-F"nancial condition of the country to be brought before the Commons Monday evening-a proposition for reducing the interest of the Old Four per Cents. one part of the Budget—Many measures of im- portance before Commons last week—Bills in- troduced for altering- theg-amo laws, for the more easy recovery of small debts, for repealing the laws on usury, amending the bankruptcy and jury laws, &c. &c.—A bronze statue of the late Duke of Kent, in his Parliamentary robes, supported on a pedestal of granite, erected at the top of Portland-place, and opened to the public Satur- day last.—Mrs. C. widow of a certain old rich bajiker, about to re-enter the world of fashion, her husband's ghost having appeared three times to her recently, and required her to relinquish maurning, that he may be happy !—British Con- suls sent. to Colombia, Mexico, &c. arrived safe in the Thetis, at Vera Cruz, in December.—Sir Thomas Beevor advertises for persons to join iim at the Freemasons' next week, to co-operate in bringing Mr. Cobbett into Parliament—Free- holders of Oxford convened by High Sheriff for Wednesday next, to nominate a county Repre- sentative in room of late Mr. Fane—son of the deceased Member expected to succeed without opposition, Mr. Dashwood having declined.— The price of beer is raised in many parts of the count ry.-Alttiques.-Foiir gentlemen of the res- pective ages of SO, SO, 80, and 75, played whist at the residence of the oldest in Bath on 6th in- stant, without using spectacles or glasses, save the latter for drinking cherry brandy!—Mr. B. Dring, tallow-chandler, Oxford-street, convicted in Court ofexchequer, Saturday, of clandestinely making soap at a place Hodge's Farm, to evade duties—penalties lOOUi.—Five utterers of coun. terfeit silver, and several pickpockets, convicted Friday at Middlesex Sessions.—a true bill also found against a celebrated music master, Mr. E. A. K. fo.r an indecent assault upon Miss H. one of his pupils, a young lady about IS years of age.-A young man named Gabriel Hewetson, killed in a casual fight, at Henly Wood, near Bushey, with a man of the name of Rawlinson, a coachman, on Saturday.-A jeweller's shop at Chichester, robbed Wednesday night of goods value 4001.-Seveii steam packets ply from Havre de Grace to Paris.

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