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BANKS OF THE MAINE, FEB. T 5.

BANKS OF THE MAINE, FEB. T 5.

The whole of the French Army on the right bank of the Rhine is estimated at 100,000 men. It forms a i ihain extending from the frontiers of Westphalia to the Upper Palatinate. • - FRONTIERS OF SAXONY, FEB. 21. - The ELECTOR: of HESSE CASSEL, according to'the late Convention betw
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WARSAW, FEB. 24.

WARSAW, FEB. 24.

_ The army of Generals and has taken quarters of cantonment in the vicinity of Dubno, within a district of square (German) miles. The Generals KUTUSOW, BUXHOWDEN, LAN-6ERON, WOIKOWSKY, BERG, MuLLEit, and BOGELA_NORS, have their quarters in Dubno, 'and according to the preparatio
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Thursday Afternoon, March 13.

Thursday Afternoon, March 13.

PRICE OF STOCKS THIS DAY. AT ONE O'CLOCK. Reduced - . —Omni= . .—Cousuls . 601 Arnwed. MAILS. Due. O O Waterford O . - Hamburgli O O 062 , . . 1 0 4. . 4 ' :A:ks 4 . ,;* • - \*- 1 , \‘ . 05.1 " L i. '4lllO,
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
OLAIUTZ, JAN. 19.

OLAIUTZ, JAN. 19.

" By the recent intelligence from . Austria ; it appears that the number of sick in the French Hospitals amounts to 14,000 men. If We add to this the 8000 that were killed in he Battle of Austerlitz, it will be evident, that the day on which :the French boast - of havina lost: s
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS,

BIRTHS,

Monaav morning, in Gower-greet, 'the Lady of John Henry' Detre'', r,,q. of a ( - laughter. On the 3.1 iastant, at' Edinburgh, the Lady of Lieut-Colonet. Lauriston, of a son. •
March 13, 1806 - 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
 
ILITISBON, FEB. 24.

ILITISBON, FEB. 24.

It is said to be positively known here, that the Negotiations carried on by Count HAUGWITZ, at Paris, are nearly concluded; and that France - has already sent her ultimatum to the COURT of BERLIN, according to which the North of Germany will undergo great changes which France ha
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
51. PETERSBURGH, FEB. 2, OLD STYLE. FROM TIIESTATE cAzETTE. OFFICIAL.

51. PETERSBURGH, FEB. 2, OLD STYLE. FROM TIIESTATE cAzETTE. OFFICIAL.

TROPPAU, 25th JAN.---=The termination of the Battle of Austerlitz, as to*the result of it; is so well known, that it is almost impossible to conceive how. France or any other power could communicate to the public an account of it, the falsehood of which could only be equalled by
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Ye fling kj

Ye fling kj

EPhce SIXPENCE. NAVY-OFFIE, 180il. rir hE • PRINCIPAL OFFICERS and COMMIS- SieNERS of HIS MAJESTV3 NAVY do herchry. give notice, that, at One O'Clock on the jol'owing days, they will be ready to treat with such Persons as may be willing to ccrntraet far the Articles againit each
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
R iNKRUPTCIES ENLARGED.

R iNKRUPTCIES ENLARGED.

Thomas 13e€:s - 1 - e - y - •Wine and brandy-merchants, to surretrier April '2l, at ten, at Guildhall. Henry Richard Collard, of Scotland-yard, Adelphi, coalmerchant,,to surrender April at ten, at Guildhall. Win. Griffin, late of Great Snttou-streer, elerkenwell, cabinet maker,
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England