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The French seem to have in i* contemplation to send more squadrons to sea. A letter from Ply- mouth, dated

The French seem to have in i* contemplation to send more squadrons to sea. A letter from Ply- mouth, dated

Wednesday, says: Came in, from Rear-Admiral Sir J. Saumarez's squadron, the Centaur, of 74 guns, Capt. Littlehalks ; she left them all well last Monday, at noon.— There wup in the outer road of Brest 21 sailjof the line and ie, frigates, part of which are ready for sea. We learn
March 21, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
biktoitiGtiAM) M,ufca 4st

biktoitiGtiAM) M,ufca 4st

Yesterday fiiorhirg ft* persons* tftib had Begfl apprehended the evehihg before for rioting, \^eW examined before a Magistrate, two Cf -tohXitA weW fully committed to Watwick.gabl for trial at th<§ prtsrtit Assizes, the Commission for which opened ort Monday ; ?? remains ih cust
March 28, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
V 7 Co a..'-., March 27.

V 7 Co a..'-., March 27.

V 7 Co ?? , March 27. Baiilt Stoci' shut India Bonds 5 per Cc. :<■*». do. Irish c per Ct. i p. r Ct. C 0... 5 8^H- •><>-. An. Deb. 4 per ?? Con. shut ii u>. ?? j'ijk. • X.ivy 5 per Ct. 943 v 6 9;s ! dst: .iiitu .peri-t. An. shut Kit.' Kills hi La,,, do. •>••»•. HSJ Si 6ipr. h '•
March 28, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
• London, Printed ard IVolisiicd by DAN'S |. STUART, ito. jjl

• London, Printed ard IVolisiicd by DAN'S |. STUART, ito. jjl

March 28, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. On Wednesday last, at his house in Gower-street, the Lad) - ?? Busk, J£sq. of a daughter. On Sunday,

BIRTHS. On Wednesday last, at his house in Gower-street, the Lad) - ?? Busk, J£sq. of a daughter. On Sunday,

at Greenwich, tiie Lady of J: H. Bond, Esq. ofa son. MARRIfD. On the loth inst at Duudalk, by special licence, John Armstrong, Esq. Lieutenant and Adjutant ofthe j<st regi- ment, to .diss Macrae IJalryinple, eldest daughter of Bri- ?? Dalrymplc. Tuesday ?? at Islington church, b
March 28, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
a-**;- , , - ..Ttie Fashionable World.

a-**;- , , - ..Ttie Fashionable World.

?? , , - . Ttie Fashionable World. No. CCLXXIJI. FASHIONABLE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE IVEEK. this fevENING. Mr. Williams's Ball, Mocr Park, Rickmansworth. vt * Il,nes ' s *out, Egrerhont House. Mrs. Montague's Music, Montague House, Portman- square. Countess of Aylesbury's Card Party
April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN FASHIONS.

PARISIAN FASHIONS.

MANTEAU A LA VENUS. ■ One of the newest and most elegant articles in the Ball costume is the Mantle of Venus. — lt consists ofa long drapery, rose colour or sky blue, trimmed with acorns and silver fringe all round.-— This is gathered into a clasp, which attaches to the poir.t o
April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

In consequence of a mutiny among the perfor- "_•"_ wh .° att ?"-P ted tbcoritroul the manage^ most of the pnncipal aftors and addresses have been dis- charged. They thought the manager could not repre- sent plays without them, and that he would submit ; but he has placed some of
April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MISS KQREkTSON.

MISS KQREkTSON.

The tradesmen of Greenwich, who have been so credulous as to build the house ior Miss Robert .n, and make so many ; *-.provcmehts on her imaginary estate at Blackheath*. supposing her to bz a Lady of large fortune, are now holding frequent meetings, to prove her a trair, for the
April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
XIOTS.

XIOTS.

In conseq«*ier.ee of the mob having assembled at Taunton, and insisted _n the reduction of the d lier. ent articles of pro< i _ioh, vij_. butter tc he sold ..t Bd. per lb. and the quartern leaf at, fod. we arc concerned to state, that the farmers omitted to bring their coco to m
April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England