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Brest, 'May it. — Admiral- ViJUret Joyeuse, "who arrived here on the i6ih, hoisted his' flag oh the 1 7 th on board the Ocean. The whole -Meet Aai lined him; the Spaniards with the Same .marks of re>peet as they had paid to Admiral Giavina. §! ' Plymouth, May ?? Arrived the Rega
June 1, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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?? papletis. . ?? ■ Extraft from, the Register of Secret ?? the Office of Pyblic Health at Marseilles, MayiB, oth year of the French Republic. , . Citizen John M. Boyer has, received in the Laza. ret the deposition of Citizen .Henry VlUemet, of Charlavilie, in the'departmeiitofth
June 1, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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LON DON:

SATURDAY, JUNE 6. A Gazette Extraordinary was yesterday pub- lished, with the dispatches from Egypt and Constan- tinople, of which we have already presented tbe substance. The capture of Rosetta is an important advantage, as it opens the country, and enables us to obtain supplie
June 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW rrTELLGENCE,

LAW rrTELLGENCE,

Yesterday being tlte first day of Trinity Term, the Judges proceeded with the accustomed cerem** nies to Westminster-Hall, to open the business of cheir respective Courts.' , . KING** BENCH.— June 5. ?? , CHALLENGE. Mrs Gibbs moved tor a criminal information against a Mr. St. J-
June 6, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW INTEL LIGENCE.

LAW INTEL LIGENCE.

.. KING'S BE NCH, June 6, .- . KAItSLA'CE <V. SAGE AND OTHERS. ?? WESTMINSTER ASSURANCE OP FICE The Attorney Gzmerai. moved for a new trial in this cause. — It was an aftion bronght by the plaintiff, gn n:ee of an annuity for a vahjabfe consi- deration during the life of a Mr. R
June 8, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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Gazetteer,

Gazetteer,

June 8, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
From th LONDON GAZETTE, Jnne 6,

From th LONDON GAZETTE, Jnne 6,

A Vresent 5 t J h'lK, the . Queen,S HoUie ' the 4th of June .801, present the Kino's most Excellent Maje.ty h, Council. mira LordV?i° rmi,^ l, , naS been ?? *°™ Vtcr-Ad- ?? l l° m A N - e,s » on .» Commander in Chief .f His Wbeen m-luTtoh'J c K Sel , S in » the ? at!ic ' lh:4t a
June 8, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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June 11, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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Not cCCXIX; *ASHiQNAiLE*ARRANGEM£NTSIVR THE WEEK. THIS day. Mrs. Butler's Graad Dinner; Porrmart-sqUare. Countess of" Hard witke's leant; St. James's-square. Mrs. Puff's Rbttt, Cha'rles^strect, Berkeley-square. TUESDAY' Mrs. Smith's Rout, Berkeley-street. • WEDNESDAY. Mr. Hehnik
June 15, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MRS. MORTON Pit IS MASQUER.4DF,

MRS. MORTON Pit IS MASQUER.4DF,

MRS. MORTON Pit IS MASQUER. 4 DF, In Arlington-street,, on Friday evening, was at- tended by 6oq persons of fashion in cha raders and fancy dresses. The house was splendidly hghred by chandeliers and lustres ; thfe garden was brilliantly il- luminated with variegated lamps introd
June 15, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England