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TO sir VvjiAjAM »K^HEV, s ?? C«#WAT, AWo JvHN Hurr!»**> ISGRS- ROYAL' ACADBKIC-A*-. - URNTLfcitBK, Oh a 'nfcertt triaT in the Court of Kind's Bt.cli, Irttween Messy*. Copley afld Delatre, you joined in representing the Art, of Engraving as a merely me. -5? o l Tration » such a,
July 8, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

KING'S BENCH— GUILDHALL, Jst. tS. Before Lord X E N Y o N and a Special Jury . The only trial of any importance was. an in- formation, filed ex officio, by the Attorney-Ge- neral, against a Mr. Forge, a wax-chandler, in New street- square, Shoe-lane, Mr. St.yen-on, hp attorney,
July 20, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC OFFICE, BOW-STREET,

PUBLIC OFFICE, BOW-STREET,

COMBINATION On Saturday John Gree^ Thomas Griffiu, and Thomas Field, three journeymen boot and shoe- makers, were brought before —-— GraAam and — - — Read, Esqrs. the Sitting Magistrates, charged with being concerned with a number of others, in forming a combination, against the
July 20, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Frcm the LONDON GAZETTE, July 18.

Frcm the LONDON GAZETTE, July 18.

Frcm the LONDON GAZETTE, July 1 8. Whitehall, July XZ. Ihe King ha* been pleased to grant the dignttv ofa Baron'ol the United K_>*g !om ol G:eat Britain and Ireland, unto the Right Hon. Alleyne, Baron St. Helen's, of that part of the United Kingdom tailed IreJard, his Majesty's A
July 20, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MEEIINCS OF CREDITORS AT CUILDHAL! ,

MEEIINCS OF CREDITORS AT CUILDHAL! ,

„, . , TO-MORROVV. M h W. I'indby, Liverpool, merchant - - -> 1 ?? Ri-k, Drurj-lane, Kather-factor - - _ i- J. Cohen, Haydon-sqti:..o, chair- manufacturer - .12 E. P. SyijUMM and P. W. Cr. p, Plaistow-green, Kent, wo<is-aplers - . - - 1 10 J. Dawson, Hyde-street, Bloomsbury - ]
July 20, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

PRESTON. TUESDAY, July 14. A purse of Fifty Pounds, given by the Earl of Derby, for 2 yr olds, carrying 7St. alb. and 41- yr olds, __t. 41b. lord i 'arlir.gtriii's b. c. ilap-ha/ard, 4 yrs old - 21 1 ?? G. Croinpion's br. f. A..isccd, 4 yrs old - 122 Mr. T. Hutchinson's br. c by
July 20, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIED. Friday, at Ft. James's Church, Thomas Neshett, jun. Est-, to Mi.s Sally Preston, niece to the late Sir John

MARRIED. Friday, at Ft. James's Church, Thomas Neshett, jun. Est-, to Mi.s Sally Preston, niece to the late Sir John

Call, 1 ait. DIED. On Saturday, the nth instant, Mrs. Taylor, relief of the late William Taylor, Est;, formerly Surgeon of His Majesty's Royal Hospital, Creeiiwich,._rid oiilv surviving daughter ot the lat- John Fletcher, Esq. ot Clea-hall, in the county of Cumb-rl_nd. Sunday se
July 20, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
In our Ship Nevus this day will be found very in- teresting information of the proceedings of Lord^ Nelson. His

In our Ship Nevus this day will be found very in- teresting information of the proceedings of Lord^ Nelson. His

Lordship sailed from Margate on Saturday morning on some new enterprise against the enemy j the letters from Dover say, to renew the attack on Boulogne, the letters from Margate, to destroy the enemy's shipping in Flushing. Per- haps neither of these are the place"? he moves aga
August 10, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEfii&VTH, Aw*. 7.

WEfii&VTH, Aw*. 7.

Their Majesties yesterday were highly p _ f _-■ with the fntertainmem..on board the Fcrtun^ ?iveo->)t.Lcrl Amelhis ßeauderc. Before ?? fast country d ;nces commenced, the first led A by Lord A. Bcauctefc and Her Royal Hi.! 0 *" Princess Augusta, on' the deck, under a catS* consi
August 10, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, A»o. 7.

BRIGHTON, A»o. 7.

This place has bqen crouded for some days. 1,- -night company came in from all quarters. ?? stage coaches were covered with luggage and pa- ssengers, curricles, phaetons, sociables, and tanfcc:. innumerable. In consequence of the want of ie commodations, many parties went to Lew
August 10, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England