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The Paris Journals received yesterday, are wholly destitute of interest. The Moniteur is fill- ed with fulsome addresses. The officers

The Paris Journals received yesterday, are wholly destitute of interest. The Moniteur is fill- ed with fulsome addresses. The officers

of the Civil Government of the department of" the Saone and Loire, in their address to Bona- parte, on his lac confirmation in the office of First Consul for life, express a wiih " that not one of themselves may survive Bonaparte I" The same address is remarkable for one of th i
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEYMOUTH, August as.

WEYMOUTH, August as.

Last night Their Majesties and the Princesses twnoured the Theatre with rheir presence, to see the Comedy of She nlcnld and She would not; and the Entertainment called ;he Anatomist, or The bham Doctor •in rh, Pj ay> [y_ r _ Bannisier performed the par, ot Tmppanti, and Mrs. Mil
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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&W J&tos.

P-T^cutk-, Ang. 2"B.—<- Passed through from Dock to Fly m mt h Citadel, with various stores, several amr.iunition waggons, all of which arc dis- mantled.^.',!.laid up inordinary in the Citadel store. house. — Went into Caw-sand Bay, the Ch.ldv-rs, "4 £ UP,S > fO remain .here dur
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE*

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE*

yorsKAUGUSrMEETJNG-S.,TURDAY,A Uc .» 8 . of -jot's, each in« fr r ■_> carrying Bst. »ib. and fillies Tst \'Jh v >T °* , C " ltS subscribers. 7 ?? lb - iwo nultfS » *3 Ld tttzwX^V* b ?, Rc . n j n ?? out of Lardella , Evelma ?? °' b ?? Be: ""gbrough, out of Sir R. Winn'* eh. c. T
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CRICKIT,

CRICKIT,

Oi Wednesday, August 2c, airl thrc- fo'l >w- i ing days, was played a Gran i Ma'ch of Cricket, in Lord's Ground, Mary-la brnnc, lie t ween K.levcn Gentlemen of the County of Suite)', against Eleven i Gentlemen of England, for One Thousand Guineas. ! This Match wa*- made between
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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BtRTHS.— On Sunday, in. Hairley-srreer, trie Lady of John DeniiO.i, Esq M. P. ofa daughter. At the house of the

BtRTHS.— On Sunday, in. Hairley-srreer, trie Lady of John DeniiO.i, Esq M. P. ofa daughter. At the house of the

late Mr. Msddocki, in Lime-street Mrs. Meadows-, of a daughter. On the i(>:h instant, the Lady of the Right Rev. the Bishop »f Chester, ofa son, being her thirteenth child." MARRIED. —9n Saturday last, at Lamleth Church- by the Rev. Dr. Vyse, Boughey Burgess, F.sq. of Him' mersi
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I Off DON: Printed hv D.STUART, tm\ ?? J ' U J. NOTT, No. 335. Mrard.

I Off DON: Printed hv D.STUART, tm\ ?? J ' U J. NOTT, No. 335. Mrard.

August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DUEL.

DUEL.

On Sfcnday morning, a meeting took place n» St. Albaa's, between a Mr. B. of Legion , Capt. T. of Cork, in Ireland : this duel has been' j inz some time ; it «ro>e, we understand, f'r rm ?? words which passed between the parties at a for doe!, wherein Mr. 15. was a principal, an
August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Mornimr Po st anc * Gazetteer, .. ?? - — 1 ■ — — LON DON:* TUESDAY, AUGUST 31.

Mornimr Po st anc * Gazetteer, .. ?? - — 1 ■ — — LON DON:* TUESDAY, AUGUST 31.

August 31, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Augull 30, Under the Patronage of Hit Royal Hit) the Prince Water, Mr. PARKES RETURNS his mote grateful thanks to

Augull 30, Under the Patronage of Hit Royal Hit) the Prince Water, Mr. PARKES RETURNS his mote grateful thanks to

the and Gentlemen of the town and neighur Matichcfter, and bests leave Inform the will give a LECTURE this Evening (M< Gravitation and Attraction. And on Wednefday the ill September Velocity or Motion, and the magnitude Admittance 3s. Tickets to be had a: the Bar of the BriJj ms
August 31, 1802 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England