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Lamm.

Lamm.

Another day has elapsed, and we are still without any letters from the Continent. Three Hamburgh Mails are now due. A Morning Paper 'notices a rumour " in one of the first political circles," that the ENT? ZItOR of GERMANY had conc.ented to an Armistice with the .Enemy. We . att
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
PALACE-COURT. --bIONEX-LENDERS.

PALACE-COURT. --bIONEX-LENDERS.

PALACE-COURT. - - bIONEX-LENDER S. COTTL V.l-ITEPIIEU SUN. This wxs an action on a of Excl'a'ng e , h f l £3O, drawn by ..Yoling (upon, and accepted •by Defendant) who had indor..,;ed it over to Arden for valuable consideration. The efence, howeve r ' 4 lll o the action was, that
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THURSI

THURSI

PORTSMOUTH, OC' t ing Out her powder I ° fr. She has been fc attd is in a very - bad i strong fears th t hey could reach a p , %ale, except six sh Iwitaiped, under cha 411 d a frigate, which 4ssistance. The *ailed with them frorr of wind, some time 1 1 1 1 le Chiffone frigate t5
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WOUNDED.

WOUNDED.

Victory—John Pasco and G. Miller Bligll,. Lieutenants; Lewis 13. Reeves and J. G. Peake, Lieutenants of Royal Marines; William Rivers (slightly), G. A. Westphal!, and Richard Bulkely, Midshipmen; John Geogliehan, Agent Victualler's . Clerk. , Royal Sovereign-,—John Clavel and Ja
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
13 cti L 11lat1S.

13 cti L 11lat1S.

13 cti L Mr. PAUL (as we understood hint) said, that the charge; he tnetint to lay the ground of against the - Marquis of Wellesley on Friday next, was relative to the seizing of territories in the province of Surat. The different motions - was then all put and carried, of which
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
HAAIBUItGII, SEPT. 26.

HAAIBUItGII, SEPT. 26.

We have learned some further particulars relative to the league of Armed Neutrality now forming in the North of Germany. Independent of Denmark, Saxony and Hessia, we know that application has been made, to most of the Hans Town and Petty Princes in' those circuits, to contribut
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
61,7/I,DLTALL, Ocr. 16.

61,7/I,DLTALL, Ocr. 16.

F,XAMINATION•OF JENKINS, A BANKRUPT: The farther .examination , .ef this.person came on this day before the Celumissioners of Bankrtipts. Mr. CULLEN, On the part of the 'Bankrupt, submitted to the Commissioners the necessity of a private examination. He observed, that on a forme
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS. RECEIVED flhls MORNING, FALmou'rx, OCT. 14. —Arrived the ship, Shipearpenter; Aloyr.n, from Norfolk, tobacco; Arniricon - ship, Martin,

SHIP NEWS. RECEIVED flhls MORNING, FALmou'rx, OCT. 14. —Arrived the ship, Shipearpenter; Aloyr.n, from Norfolk, tobacco; Arniricon - ship, Martin,

LaciirtELP ,l Honduras, last from New-York, in 58 utlY' night spoke the homeward:bound Leeward fleet, about 80 sail; the rest are gozie lip Chantlel.
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
n e onon

n e onon

No 25,566] WEDNESDAY, March 12. _ o — the House of Commons yesterday, the Mutiny and Desertion Bill, always.passed, unless in times of extraordinary emergency, for twelve months at least, was moved for two months only. To those who pretend to i penetrate into State Secrets, this
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
RERTFORD, TUESDAY, MARCH 11.

RERTFORD, TUESDAY, MARCH 11.

CRIMINAL SIDE. William Clarke and Robert .Rats, two very young men, of decent appearance, were indicted for burglanouslvioreaking and entering the dwelling-house of George -Sheriff, - at St. Albans, and stealing therein 20 yards of lace, WO yards of cotton, and a variety of othe
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England