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To the EDITOR of THE MORNING POST.

To the EDITOR of THE MORNING POST.

Sir, The following will be thought not unworthy of notice at this time. It is an Extra., of a Sermon preached by Robert Fleming, printed by Andrew Bell, Cornhill, London, in the year 1701 ; copies of which are now in the possession of Sir George Young and Sir George Osborne, Bar
October 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICE OK STill fB y->._ -

PRICE OK STill fB y->._ -

PRICE OK STill fB ?? - Bank Stock i „„.,. .- H . . per Ct. Red M-i« Sfc. . .n B . gg- 5 j** mmi Ila is: ?? ■ I Con. FufO-). 6466.' 6; 6.6-5 3 per Cent. Cops, at - CClock 661 Omnium at 3 o" Clock ??
October 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTH Saturday sennight, Mrs. Poolev,- wife of Mr. Poolev, bricklayer, or Hockwold cum W'ihon Nortol!-, ot three boys, all ot

BIRTH Saturday sennight, Mrs. Poolev,- wife of Mr. Poolev, bricklayer, or Hockwold cum W'ihon Nortol!-, ot three boys, all ot

whom were alive on Sunday, and lik-ly to do well. DIED. On Friday, the 9th instant, in Upper Berkley-street, Ha-.tm_.sde Peullide, the only son df the late Count de Feuillule, who perished hi -the French Revolution. I.ait-ly, at Brufcildstowß, in the county cf Cork, uni- versull
October 13, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
m EVENING TU_m^t^ ■ •fi^ r, will ad a Tragedy called ■1 '.-vSg RICHARD THE THIRT-5? . I **■ the

m EVENING TU_m^t^ ■ •fi^ r, will ad a Tragedy called ■1 '.-vSg RICHARD THE THIRT-5? . I **■ the

Sixth, Mr. W roughton ; DukeofGlou- M tWl^Jmble. Duke of Buckingham, Mr. Barry- I _T Mr 'i f Richmond, Mr. C. Kemble. Eliza- ■£; E^well" Lady Anne, Miss Biggs. H- ' • v ' rs .«_. Tra?edy the Dramatic Romance of D A«w lhel B S LI J E BEARD. 1 _ii__t_B having again been received w
October 19, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
We have the pleasure at last to announce that the PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE ate SIGNED between FRANCE and BRITAIN !—

We have the pleasure at last to announce that the PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE ate SIGNED between FRANCE and BRITAIN !—

contrary to the general cxptftation. We have already stated, that, about five or six weeks ago, the English Cabinet, desirous of drawing the negotiation to a conclusion, gave in a projet as its ultimatum, resolved to make a Peace on that basis, or break off the treaty within the
October 3, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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October 13, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I-: ■' 'i Mr ?? ?? ;s r;,t -iFr- earailc ?? > in thJSHa- 7- ?? n ' 1 e'„i's,

I-: ■' 'i Mr ?? ?? ;s r;,t -iFr- earailc ?? > in thJSHa- 7- ?? n ' 1 e'„i's,

Mr. Surmont ; CorriKtdr-re, Mi. _m? ,: ?? ' ?? Mr. Cooke; Trappanti, Mr. Bannis- !■%•; A**"-"^' Watheii ; Dis-go, Mr. Ma*!ocks Hin- ?? •*- • "'' l< ?? ; Rosara, Airs. Sontley ; Flora, Miss De ■ . v> iW - ' _ _i v y; ?? ?? n.tted the Romance of ?? ;;vU LODOiSKA. _\ ?? Mr. Kelly j
October 13, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Articles of tbe Preliminary Treaty of Peace we have already laid before our Readers ; but we understand several

The Articles of tbe Preliminary Treaty of Peace we have already laid before our Readers ; but we understand several

subordinate points have beep, agreed upon which do not appear in that instrument. One of them, a point of no small importance, is, that France, unable to pay about a million sterling for the keep of her prisoners in this country, has consented to cede the Island of Tobago, and M
October 13, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

AUK DEUX NEGOCIATS'JKI C'EST-la cc tra'te sahitaire, Le fruit de vos sccr-ts travaux Qui doit, apie- neuf an; de ?? Desanr.er <ieux pewpk. riv.iux ! Messieurs, dans cett. loni,'ie ?? Vous avez en I'.-rt de vous taire • Aux ) -ux gui vo_iaient I 'approc'ier Voua cacbiex v-vre gri
October 13, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

At tht Quarter Session, for the county of Kent, ti.-t Iv.aiel-.ione on Tuesday last, came on to be --jr. the appeals of thirty-nine journeymen biscuit- birrs, late belonging to the Viaualliog Oifice, at P.-Mlord, ?? conviaions on the combination. H They had been convicted in Aug
October 13, 1801 - Morning Post - London, London, England