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INTELLIGENCE FROM FRANCE.

INTELLIGENCE FROM FRANCE.

INTELLIGENCE FRO-M FRANCE. Paris papers to thee azd havebecn reccived.- The Moniteur contains a long report by MEnZI, Vice-Prefident of the Italian Rcpublic-,redlect- ingthz pr.fnt flate of that country, for the pur- pofe, as is riated in the preamble, of defiroying the fa-al err
September 30, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SHERIFF'S COURT—September 25.

SHERIFF'S COURT—September 25.

SHERIFF s COURT-September 25. ?? .- - 1.1 1 - A .1 a 4 - t An 'inquintion of damages was taken before the Sherif{ bet wcen parties, whoil namnes motives of delicacy forbid us to reveal. The Plaintiff is a 'se.roh riot unknown in, the literary world, and the defendant svas a membe
September 30, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

F R A N C E. PARIS-Sept. S. PRIVATE LETTER. Mr Fox dined with the Firif Conful a few R days ago, and had a long converfation with him th publicly as to the liberty of the prefs in England, til and the neceflity of its continuance fo long as w England might be confidered as a free
September 18, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GLOCESTER—Sept. 13.

GLOCESTER—Sept. 13.

GLOCESTER--rSent. i,. The Meeting of the Three Choirs of GIsce- c fTer, Worceiter, and Hereford, commenced here a on WNrednefday morning, when a fermon was a preached at the Cathedrai, to . very crowded ti congregation, by the Very Revererid Dr Lux- I MoRE, Dean of Glocefter, fro
September 18, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DREADFUL FIRES.

DREADFUL FIRES.

Lail night, about eight o'clock, a mof tr mendous fire broke out a fewv doors above VW'ar- wick Court, High Holborn. MIr I'IODSEL, ill whofe houfe it broke out, and his family were from home; but there had been a large cormpany dining with a gentleman and his wife, lhO in- habit
September 18, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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cTR1 NITY HOUS.E, LEITH, ; 5s~ Sejtr.x.er ik iSci. XT OTWCE is hereby given to aiI concerned, That, at W .a Genesral Meethig bf this House, held toaday, it wads unanimously agreed to withdraw the Wayrants they had hestow'id as Pilots 'on Mr PETER RANN- KINE and Mr WILLIAM LUMSDEN
September 18, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EXTERNAL POLITICS OF BONAPARTE.

EXTERNAL POLITICS OF BONAPARTE.

I VXTERt4AL POLITICS OF EBONAPAP'TE. Ii ti IL t a t I I tI EFROM THE COURIER-.] France had many errors to repair in. her Cx- ternal fyflem of politics-old friendfhips chilled or abandoned-imprudent alliances eagerly court- ed-the Porte ?? facrificed to Auftria-all thefe errors ha
September 6, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
M. GARNERIN'S ACCOUNT OF HIS ASCENT AND DESCENT.

M. GARNERIN'S ACCOUNT OF HIS ASCENT AND DESCENT.

I M. GARNERIN'S ACCOUNT OF Eis ASCENT AND DESCENT. This inftrepid aeronaut has favoured us withr the following account, which our readers will perufe with deep interefls though our own narra- tive was fo detailed anid corre&t - .The experimcnt of my 3rif afcent, and of mny 5th de
September 27, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE THREATENING LETTERS

THE THREATENING LETTERS

- ?? ?? . T _ )rs Mr GOLDSMID, an eminent Jew mnerchant, ma his whofe vaft capital, and lkill in the bufinefs bf the 0k he funds, are faid to have had a great influence in --cr It fome of thofe fluetuations in the prices of ftocks, pro he which have recently produced fo many Chan
September 27, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

E R A N C E. of PARIS-September aCo. P SiVA1TE L -TTZR. as The late changes in the Senate were made with moft extraordinary fecrecy. MJany of :hofe a- anpointed knew only of their nominat-on through ed the Moniteur. ROEDaFCa'S appointmrent iS ; thought a fort of di'grace. FOvRCR,
September 27, 1802 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland