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MEETINGS OF CREDITORS AT GUILDHALL

MEETINGS OF CREDITORS AT GUILDHALL

TO-MORROW. ?? ?? Geor.e Brown, Old Cavcndi_h-.tri.ct, tailor - i 10 Joseph Waiker, King-str-"-*t, SoKthwark, shoe-maker i 10 Most* Mauiinatt, Birmingham, grocer - i 10 Divir)E\*Ds. John Phillips, Addle-street, money- scrivener - - 0 Andrew Cheap and Andrew Lcn-jhuan. Swithin's-l
April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
„ . _a Ol* ' ■ f\ irmte* and Published by I\ANIEL STUART- No. ?? Strand.

„ . _a Ol* ' ■ f\ irmte* and Published by I\ANIEL STUART- No. ?? Strand.

April 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 14.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 14.

At the Court at the Queen's House, the 14th of Apr;l 1801,* — PRESENT, 'i he King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. His Majesty in Council was this day graciously plea-ed to deliver the Great Seal to the Right Hon, John Lord Eidon, whereupon the oath cf Lord High Chancellor o
April 15, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
„ . LONDON, I rutted ar.d r^lhM by DAXIEL STUART No *fr StraucL

„ . LONDON, I rutted ar.d r^lhM by DAXIEL STUART No *fr StraucL

April 15, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL TARLIAMttrr.

IMPERIAL TARLIAMttrr.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Wednesday, April I 5. ILord St. VINCENT rose, and announced* to the House his inrention of proposing, on to-morrow, a vote of thinks from the House to Admiral Lord Nelson for his gallant conduit and brilliant victory over the Danish fleet in the Baltic. The Habea
April 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FROM THE.LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY.

FROM THE.LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. Admiralty -Office, April 15. Captain Otway, of His Majesty's ship the Lon- don, arrived in town this morning with dispatches from Admiral Sir Hyde Parker, Commander in Chief ?? squadron of His Majesty's ships employed on a particular service
April 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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■ rsrr-t — ■!. » ■■■ '■■ ■ LONDON: THVRSDAY, A[PRJL 16. ' Yesterday forenoon, about eleven/o'clock,. Cap. tainOTw^y, ofthe London, Admiral! Parker's second Captain, arrived at tke Admiralty with -the official accounts of the engagement at Copenhagen, between the Danish force stat
April 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Mofaing Post and I^Az^tte^r.. ~~" "

Mofaing Post and I^Az^tte^r.. ~~" "

April 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DECLARATION

DECLARATION

OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA TO THE ROYAI AND ELECTORAL COUNCIL OF HANOVER, AND TO TllE, COMMANDANTS OF THE TROOPS. After tlie oppressions which neutral navigation and commerce have experienced since the beginning of the war on the part of the English navy, the dif- ferent Courts inte
April 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRUSSELS, April 9.

BRUSSELS, April 9.

The Prussian troops have entered the Electorate of Hanoyer at several points. . No resistance was made by the Hanoverian troops posted on the fron- tiers i they fell back towards the interior. A Prussian General proceeded from the army of observation to Hanover;, in order to con
April 16, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England