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NORFOLK ELECTION.

NORFOLK ELECTION.

IN the of Mr. Coke to •'.ic Freeholders of the county of Norfolk, fmce the tehnination of the lerutiny in his favour, the following very fpirited obfervations apjiear: ' 'Hirough ever}- ftagc of the prefent contelt, it has been my earned ddire to abftain from unprovoked and unbe
September 14, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, September 7.

LONDON, September 7.

L 0 N D 0 N. Sepiember 7. The intelligence the Moniteut brings is, f fa i treffing, as it completely does away'all thr 'noors of threatened hoftility between, the 1 tdor of Bavaria and the Emperor-of Ger- any, and as itrefutes the affrtjidns contained le Harnhurgh Mail of Fridaty
September 11, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

P.RANCF. PIARIS, xS8 FRUCTIDOR, SEPT. 5. Tie write from Dijon4' th'at TIouffacnt Loriveturtd has been lodged in thle ChateCau Dc Jon's, near Fontar- 1kv, in the Department of Doubs. -His deart return- ed through Dijon on the 3otb uit. OnI the 'doil. Ciizn Varitini, the Mayor of P
September 10, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

T'URTL;ES. ' I' TS HIRE anid RCo. ~ing's Head Tavern, Peutsaluy save juft Landcd aaorhcrlsrgeoargc art.nit of fine Livcly 'TU)R E*LkS for 'iale, weighing from salks. to 2cwt. ?? Drefl'ed every day its ie lhighell' periferion, mnd faint to any part of 'io0Z7$ or Country. SALAES BY
September 10, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. GARNERIN.

MR. GARNERIN.

] . . . I k a of a If r fimn BdtA, dated TufeJay, 5 o clock. , ha never been fo thronged in the me- ?? y!. (d .c; it is at this mnoment, and- the hills xnclt Y' every t ; f rrounJ the city ?? thick let with f ces. Garnerit wvil alccod in about halfan hour, but tueol vI l leare th
September 9, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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Advertisements & Notices

In the Prefe, annl will he 1`1lslIfhed in a few days, -'IHE ANNIVERSARY SERMON of the 1L ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY. Preached at GROSVE- NO5 (riai's, on the 8th of April; and, with local rlterations, at Holyrood's Church, Southampton, on the zothe Jule; aal at St. Hclier's, in tflelfla
September 14, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

.. I I I n), CbtlrR?ap'o !, I Promn tle LONI)ON' ?? jl'E, Sept. 3t. Dotl!N0NO-STRiE£T, Septcllt-er 6. T EW ling has been pkIile; to appist John llook- T hatil rere, Eftl. ti be his Majefly-s Envoy l:.x_ trmoriinary aid Mihlifter Plenipotenti-y to the Court vf Ma(fiti. The King ha
September 9, 1802 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
t ROYAL, HAY. MARKET. TI r ■ nest . < wilfully informed tlwt This Thea- Tte ' r rerni ,al

t ROYAL, HAY. MARKET. TI r ■ nest . < wilfully informed tlwt This Thea- Tte ' r rerni ,al

- :Se^ n 'iomonow, September ie; ire ■' ■•'.', gc <»PEN on tne 1 5 r*- of Ms V , next ensuing. »»■• ?? «-es ti -v.- ?? lor several years past, which Ciiw""".?, the t ..m» allotted to Tnis Theatre, for the iir * ?? C '.!»itioiii)f Dramatic Performances, of mere than s; ?? „"'i A
September 14, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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September 8, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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LAW. Di.-,1 •Hi ■ I i.rd'Du'-erly), Mr. Suett ; Doctor Peter y- 1 ' ■'' i'awcett ; Ketirick, Mr. Johnstone. To p 1-" ••• ?? ' m,acd !la>t trine tliis season), OH I ; or, .. J J v ■ i\V;i-R' )JaCK. To-morrow, The Spanish T' ' ' ' ' ?? ejven'.eei.th rime, The Sixty-third Lett-er.
September 8, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England