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REBELLION IN THE CARNATIC.

REBELLION IN THE CARNATIC.

REBELLION IN THlE CARNATIC. Ttierifrom 13om'.bay, of tle 23d of August, cO!t.; tl.C followiog intelligence o01 this sub- The Polygars are again ui serious relbellion.- Our troops, under the cohmmand of Lieutenant- Coloncl Agncw, havc been obliged to entrench themseives near to Ad
January 6, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ODE FOR THE NEW YEAR—1802.

ODE FOR THE NEW YEAR—1802.

ODE FOR 'THE NEW TEARP-xoz. BY HiENRY JAMES PYE, Esq. POEer LARUREAT. Lo, from Bclkna's crimfon car, At length the panting Steeds unbound, At length the thunder of the War In feftive fhouts of Peacc is drown'd; Yet as around her Monarcb's brow, Britannia twines the Olive bpugh, B
January 27, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Shipping and Commercial List.

Shipping and Commercial List.

?? - - - - i-. I ?? I I., HY ? ?? allb comill be - -- . . . . . . . , I.: - The Prince Adolphus packet, from Lisbon, in his ci 5 days; and the Queen Charlotte packet, from the ti Jamaice, in 44 days, are arrived at Falmouth. ed al Rear Admiral Campbell's squadron, consisting ward
February 17, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Feb. 27.

Edinburgh, Feb. 27.

.- II , g .7 Tucsday lhe Lord Provost, Alagistrates, and . Council agreed to forvard a petition to the i Right llon, the Load of the Cominittee esp' ci anly appointe4ito coxisider the coins ofl realm, ichli fr an addijtional. copper coinage,,the ~~to s wyhich is ?? felt As *A mos
March 3, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

jamilqu ptellion, re FRENCH COLONTIES.. We have received the further dispatches fron St Domhigo, published by the Prench Govern- mnent:- The piihcipal article is a proclamation hv Le- clerc in which he states that Toussaint h.lu sent his children to him with a letter declaring hi
April 7, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Edinburgh, Jan. 16.

Edinburgh, Jan. 16.

, I " , I ?? .1 -, e ?? 4 . ?? -, . ,-.1 1? -I Vtlij)bUr ?? , . x6o ?4 a ONIP? . The m lon. Chares N as on Wcd nesoay last una iiouW sly- eleted Rcprcessntative. . .-irliaficn~t'i the c'upsysof 8irling, in ,th . room Qf the Right Hon. ct laey callcd, l to tie5 Hou~se otP~ers... v
January 20, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

?? ft ?? I ?? WOUSE &F LOlRtDS, Vlednesday, Feb.2. 'The bills before tne Houlse -were for.z.-rded tifeough theif rerpedrive stages and the H-ouse ad- Jourmned. H1OUSE 4fF1 CO-A7MMONS hcsdiy, Fob. 2. . The S25raer acouainted the Htouse, that in pnir- ;-_!anoe of the r order, 'I-hc
February 10, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

at ra) at -PJien CrtiAj 'apd many. of xhe articlest cosiliderably under, ?? -j ' si hol St orl 0if MIl llNERlY Onods, belong- ?? Img-co .fi[ Svuii; as' Ih ipitends to givg up bufjisefa et the 'ternm of NSN'iifautiy next. ri e blfrnets' will however, be alferwards carried on, in'
February 24, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

M'1ilan, M/Iarch 1.-The President Melzi, vho had announced an intention of immed rdle. ly reforming every branch -of-the administra- tion, has in his first step fi)und:fall untoreseen obstacle in the limits of his pEoer.. He has thought it his duty to render an account to his fe
March 20, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

Wednesday last an embarkation of Soo German recruits took place at Cowes fot Ja_ maica, to join the different battalions 'of the 60th Regiment. At the same time, Major- General Hewitt directed a fine company of Dutch Artillerymen to proceed in the Ceres frigate for the same isla
March 20, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England