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Tuesday's Post continued.

Tuesday's Post continued.

'rtcoWORIt POR, contintleb. AFrm the LONDON GAZETTE)s'pri I3. tAN IC~}lS - Aficbil gtrintsn, 'of Briftol, Taylor.'-Robert Beascbhrap and -Edward L'lyd, of KPirby Street, iatton 'Garden, L-ce Men.-Zbjebu lVorton, of Drury Lane, "Viaualler.- Xlidiam Blihkbarn and Yobn A4z~t'afe, of
April 10, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTIC OCCUILRENCES. Presentations at the Levee on Wednesda. The Rev. Dr. Huntingford, by the Chan- cellor of the Exchequer; he bad the ho- nour to kiss the King's hand on succeeding to the see of Glouce.siter.-Counsellor Er- skine, Chancellor of the Dutchy of Corn- wall, given
April 17, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
I ?? PROM THE UNITED IMPORTED FROMS EROPf, IN STATES OF AMERICA IN GOODS. mimSH PORB N BRITISH I A1MEUCN

I ?? PROM THE UNITED IMPORTED FROMS EROPf, IN STATES OF AMERICA IN GOODS. mimSH PORB N BRITISH I A1MEUCN

SHIPS. . I SHIPS. SHIPS. SHIPs. ASHES, viz. . . £. s. d. £. s. d. I - s. a. Pearl Allies, thecwt . . o 4 0 2 4 o476 -free - o o 2E4 Pot Afhes, do. . ?? 2 4,7o -free - 0 a!_ The duty on Pearl and PotAfhes imported from the Britilh Plantations in America, without certificate, is t
April 17, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC PAPERS.

PUBLIC PAPERS.

PUELIC PAPERS. Treatyref Peace etrween France and Portugal, concleded at Utrecht the i sih April, 1i73.* Art, I. There (hall be for the future, a perpetual peace, true friendbhip, and firm and good corre- fpondence between the two powers, &c. &c. Art. 11. Palt hoftilities to be m
April 17, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
FOR THE POLITICAL REGISTER.

FOR THE POLITICAL REGISTER.

A Simile. As when the fource of life and light retiree To veil, in ocean's wave his unquench'd fires, Vajours, and fogs, and deadly dews arife, And the pale moon ufurps the vacant dkies; The wat'ery pageant of th' unwholefoae hour, The cheerlefs type of delegated power; Fromn hi
April 17, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD HAWKESBURY,

TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD HAWKESBURY,

TO THE RUGHT RON. LORI) HAWA(E5URT, I Hiis Iajisy's Secretary of State for Foreign Afairs. My Lord, I now come to the 8th, and last point, of my proposed discussion of the Treaty of Amiens, namely, the omission of the customary renewal of former treaties, which is pregnant with p
April 24, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Comparative View of the American War and Peace, and the last War and present Peace.

Comparative View of the American War and Peace, and the last War and present Peace.

Fomparative rnmo of the American Ifr and Peace, md the la.t ?? and preie nfawe. At.5ERJCAN WLR. In North America, t Thirteen Col6uies. Intl Wrest Indies,Ttebsqo,Gr, 4ada,Dorxin,'a St.Kitt' St. Vincenrts, Montserra Nevis,Toh,01a,andTurk 1I6and. In the Medite ianrea, Minorca.. loa
April 24, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

Most of the persons, who read this ar- ticle, will recollect,, that my house was assaulted by the celebraters of- the Prelimi- nariesof peace, because I refused to illu- minate it on that occasion. There wfre two Sights of illumination after that assault took place; but, I havin
April 24, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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THE

TO JOURNEYMEN PAINTERS. WANTED immediately, a JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, to engage year. A Head man have conftant work, and wages laiubleto hit merit, by applying CoMr.Jofeph Hcawood. Painter, Bond-(I re ft, Hull. N. B. APPRENTICE ia alfo wanted, 180 a.
April 10, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Tkit Jay u pMjhrJ,

Tkit Jay u pMjhrJ,

Tkit Jay pMjhrJ, for the pocket, with a plate of Mrs. in the character Clara, price is. 6d (cwrd, ASONG‘Bi)OK for the Ladies, or Teilct Companion. being a of favourite and fafeiotiablr hongs, with the moll Crupulutti atteotioA for the Fair Scr; including all the Songs tung Mrs. b
April 17, 1802 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England