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THE KING V. DORMER, LSQ•

THE KING V. DORMER, LSQ•

Mr. WARREN moved the Judgment of the Court on Eve/in Piripoint*.Onrmer, 11;sq, for sending a challenge to Robed Knight, Es.q,.his brother-in-law. The affidavit of the Prosecutor in case ; Robert . inight, of Charles-street,-Grosvenor-,ituare, F , 'squire, stated a,variety of aff
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SURREY SESSIONS.

SURREY SESSIONS.

TUESDAY, OCT. 15. TURNPIKE MEN. .. t t , s ll°6 ert Knight, one of the Tol'keepers at the Ciro), Gate, was indi c t e d f o r assaulting Charles Booth Ist of July. or t he Prose cu t or , w h o i s s ervant to Mr. Brogden, Cla Pharn, stated, that he had followed his -..ter to on
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
and including the Bavarian army, at seventy thousand men ; but supposing it to amount to only twothirls that efficient

and including the Bavarian army, at seventy thousand men ; but supposing it to amount to only twothirls that efficient

strength, it is a formidable force when directed "against the flanks of an army. The object of this column appears to . be to perm- , trate into Bohemia, and force a passage to Vienna by that route; but there we trust their progress will be interrupted by the Russians, whose arr
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
POIVERS:

POIVERS:

It has puzzled our most', acute politiciilms to account for the state of the -French Finances in the ast and in the present war, which certainly must strike every one . as being much more favourable than was to be expected, in a country where a national bankruptcy had annihilate
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. f 26.

COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. f 26.

COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. Lord ELLENnoltouCirr sat from 9 tO .10 at Nrisi Prias, to take undefended causes, and then the . COurt sat. . - • 'THE KING V. LOWTIfER, ES(z George Lowther, Esq. received the judgment of the Court, for a libel on J. T. Bait, Esq.. one of the, Magistr
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
From TUESDAY, March 11, to BRUNSWICK.

From TUESDAY, March 11, to BRUNSWICK.

; The following is given in a German Journal, as noble monument of patriotism, doing equal honour to a brave Prince and his subjects : "The PETITION of the BRUNSWICKERS to their DUKE. ILLUSTRIOUS lIRIKE, " MOST GRACIOUS PRINtE AND LORD, " To your children, and all good Brunswick
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
IhiME CißbUii. iititTi4oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t&

IhiME CißbUii. iititTi4oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t&

IhiME CißbUii. iititTi 4 oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t& tat morning; dbcnit fie o'clock; Mr. JailCe H H EAT and read his ColianisSion tir holding the AsiiZei for ilia County. Alter hearing Divitte-Servide; the Learned Jtilge pru teeded to the liusineprof the Cotinty. ' There are only lo
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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• °) 52015.] WEDNESDAY, Oct. 16. PROM THE PARIS PAPERS. -0- ARTS, OCT. 6.—The • has established hi head-quarters at Stutgard. The army passed the Neckar without experiencing either sickness or desertion. Many conscripts have join- Id. A success not less important is, the junction
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
JASON V. TRISIIY.

JASON V. TRISIIY.

, was an adticin by one horse-dealer. against tintitlici; ref slandering his character, in saying he at way bought hories; and that he would expose hint to the regitnenti Which ha served with hdises. . . , Mr. Serjeant BEST; for the Plaintiff; expatiated on the value of every ma
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England