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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE JANUARY 3.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE JANUARY 3.

em_ = ?? . .o ._ ra- - o -f s TA - T1. rRnT. ADMIRALTY.OFFI'.E, JANUARY it 1801. This day, in purfiance of the King's pleafure, the following ?? officers of his Majelly's fleet were pro- moted, viz. Richard Brathwaite. Efq. Philips Cofby, Efq. Samuel Cornifh, Efq. Jahn Brifbane,
January 12, 1801 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

Sadrciffl gntetltgynce * Brune, Generial in Chief of the Army of Italy, to the Minhi/er at V47ar. Valegio, Dec. 27. OVn tle 1tb, the enemy's vanguard, un- . der the command of Generals Hohenzollern I and Buffy, attacked our advanced polls, and i wvas vigoroully repulfed. " The wh
January 19, 1801 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWFS. DovER, Jan. 5.-Ordtrs were tlis morning ir received by our Colietior and Comptroller, b to flop all .uffian, Dariiffi, and Swedifh vef- iels in our hat bour, and about ten fhips be- pi Ionginig to the two latter powers have in con- fc I-queace been flopped. A large Da
January 26, 1801 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WANTED, immediately, an Apprentice-to a Grocer and Tea-Dealer in Newcastle— For a Reference ■ quire of the Printer. Hunted ageiiist

WANTED, immediately, an Apprentice-to a Grocer and Tea-Dealer in Newcastle— For a Reference ■ quire of the Printer. Hunted ageiiist

.Gandkntas. next, A Sober, steidy, jinnwnieil youfra MAN, to to serve i" * Lv» Capacity bf a (ian.hiper, md be occasioiially ?? inthe Garden.— Any Person ( !,ii this may suit, is desired to apply to the Primer for* Rcferenc'-- ■ ?? "• . ?? • , ' ■ _, "TFV/VTfZ'".'** REGIS TER of
January 10, 1801 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

BRITISH PARLIAMENT to HOUSE Or LORDS, WZDNrSDAY, Drc, 3x. tc His Majefty being feated on the Throne, Lord tVoot7 ?? eaning the Cap of Maintenance, and Earl 4 Spcncer tbe Sword of State, Sir Francis Molyneux, Gentleman Ulfher of the Black Rod, was fent to the Hioufe of Commons to
January 1, 1801 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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WINDSO'k ACADEMY,-PE L YN , near Loor. For SEVENTY BOARDERS only. S. COLE hegs Leave to inform his 7 > Friends arid the Public, that the faid Academy will OPEN AGAIN, aftertleprefnt RCCrSOllMONDAY the Yoth of January, iSos. Dated z9th December, iSlo. r1a7 HID E S Jor SA4 L E, rPO
January 15, 1801 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH.

PLYMOUTH.

P L Y M 0 U T H. a eldnrfday, Dec, 3r. Wind N. W. cloudy. Sailed the Speudwell lugger, Lieutenant Tomlinfon, with dif- , patches for tht Striits.-Laft night it blew a hard gale of of wind, with a deluge of rain. A barge went on ed ihore under the citadel battery, but no perfon wa
January 8, 1801 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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tile iflie;1, on 'Ilhufday Te'en ?? ii; tt:e 'Ce'iiVi1n the VenibiSb j. .3HN HL(O), SeIctaiy. I3Y, I et"C a ?? VA Ce.s N I t. S int~ ?? ].r,>~lD7 . allb at I.ive;t0;o/; I.-nd rnnn n,¢.^ r.E1VNAnN .Ini So-, N. fve:.rl. It f D [ ?? ) IrIe ?? I ?? o ohi Girt rA S (!Uch IbY 11lNsIi l
January 1, 1801 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"~* ?? t_ltf-n in by W. TAYLKR, No. 5, Wat w ick-Cotm, St. Paul's; and P. KIRKMAN, No 7, Bun

"~* ?? t_ltf-n in by W. TAYLKR, No. 5, Wat w ick-Cotm, St. Paul's; and P. KIRKMAN, No 7, Bun

(mi- Row, Moorficlds I ?? • . ™>„v, .„ j„, v 1 . n a Z rT. > " — ■-— ?? ADy£RIISLAIENIS akenmby Umird deighton | Di/s j. Livock Halefoor ?? Knevett Ipfjd W. GoodcWd ■ ■nulMurgk.- W Parfon B °"»h ™™° ' w . Keymer \ J&ii{g, W. Dunn Haiifton, W. J. Livock ?? J GoldS h Son 1 oSE. I
January 21, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
THE NINETEENTH CmFTURY*

THE NINETEENTH CmFTURY*

Hail to the new gigmOic. Man-*fYt*rrt . Another CerturfJ 'passing in renew, V. Which aged men just look at, m* ww sons,. If threescore years and ten should be tnejrJot. May ?? with, "jot ?? * "Tit* as a hiil trenundom to asce»4j ■'■_ And who, of atl its summit will attain ! — Wh
January 7, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England