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Zd Lord Thanet and Llr. Fergussou were brought before the court of King's Bench, to receive the judgement of the court, for the part they took in the riot at Maidstone, to facilitate the escape of Mr. O'Connor, when they were committed to the King's Bench prison, and ordered to be brought up the first day of next term. The duke of Bcdsord and lord Derby attended to give bail, whiclrthe attorney-general resused to accept.

a Same day, Mr. B. Flower, the printer of the Cambride Intelligencer, was brought to tie bar otsi the house of lords, for reflecting, in a paragraph in his paper, on the bilhop house of lords, on the subject of an union with Ireland; and lord Grenville moved that he be fined 1001. and committed to Newgate' sor six mouths. Lord Holland complain

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was going on a jog trot; they met, and the lady was frightened, as the' horses came nearer one another. They were on the left hand side, which was their proper side of the road, and very near the foot-path. There was abundant room for this gentleman to pass, the road being very wide, and not a carriage in it at thattime, butthe road was a little dirty. Mr. Dowding came up to the gentleman, and said, " Sir, .I hope you will never turn a lady out of the road ;" upon which this gentleman made use of very abusive language, and immediately aimedi a blow a_t Mr. Dowding's head, in which he lost his own hat sor the' moment. Mr. Dowding then rode off towards his sister, to allay he: fears, instead of contending with

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lowed, and gave him a very violent blow on his head, which cut through his hat, with what is called a erutchi siick, . Upon this the gentleman who had thus conducted himself, immediately ordered out the soldiers

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