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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

- lopign !gntelligencz. -1 - - ? - - - 1:- The report presented to the First Consul, by Talleyrand, upon the subjet of the German In- demnities, as mentioned in our last postscript, is followed in the Moniteur, by the detail of -the plan of indemnities agreed upon between him and
September 8, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London, Sep. 2.

London, Sep. 2.

kouboni ?&P- 2# ot ?? Orders were Event from this country many t( is weeks since, to surrender the island of Malta, ach cording to the terms of the Treaty of Amiens. I Si- There is little doubt entertained that the d lm ference of opinion between Lord Hobart and the 0' Assembly o
September 8, 1802 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CUMBERLAND.

CUMBERLAND.

At the atmual meeting of the Friendly Societies Whitehaven, the worthy Lord Lawther honoured than with his attendance, and gave to each fociety (twelve number) guineas, and allb became an annual dublcriber nf five guineas to each of them.—W hatan excellent leffbn to opulence! _
September 14, 1802 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
g. tor. a g's Post

g. tor. a g's Post

g. tor . a g' s Post THEIR Majesties and the Princesses ar- rived at Windsor on Wednesday evening, in perfect health. The arrival of Gen. Andreossi from Paris, which has been delayed on jy e n account of the absence of his Majesty from town, is expected totakeplaceiii thecourse 0
September 8, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
OXFORDSHIRE.—GAME DUTY.

OXFORDSHIRE.—GAME DUTY.

OXFOR.DSHIRJE. Ad GAME D UTTr. Game-KSepec' Namej. Name: o Namerof Lord or Lady. ,A. ANDERSON, 1R;. Wiggincon William Walford, Efq. ertor, Jas. fen. Wighthill, Duke oF Marlburough. Alderton, jas. Jun. Yarnton and Beglrook, Sir.H. Wj Dalhwood, Bart B. Blxham Hundred- Fiennes Trotm
September 11, 1802 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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To be S(YLD by AUCTION By, JOHN kENN On Tb,'sd'ay, Scpt. 23, an-d followng tay, A -L he VaUiiiable Farning Live and Dcad Stock, IxispIionelis in H'usbatsdry, Dairy and Bresving Utensils, season-d Betr Casks, and Part ot tbe flouse- hold Furnitrre, oA Ar.THOM SHAPLIN. retiring ftu
September 11, 1802 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MARGATE, SEPT. 12.

MARGATE, SEPT. 12.

MAiRGATE, SPT; ". . I. ?? 1'hse y f or56four pleaisres feem eitreme y inje, t deir arrAnvgements. 'We ha ai 1Th f hty iilt, a foafquerade on Friday night and d ptblic fdaYsi' t DandeliOn yefferday morPing, for the be. bre of ?? of the Ceremonies. Such a va- i~e6it o rtaiments tfo
September 14, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRESTON JUBILEE GUILD, SEPT. 10.

PRESTON JUBILEE GUILD, SEPT. 10.

PREStON YUBILEE GUILD, SsEtb 10. _ I k-. _ th Ye(terday was the day appointed f6o the Lady Y, 'Mayorefis to entertain the numerous company at- tending our Jubilee. The entertainment given was a ee Public flreakfallt in the- Guild Hall. Though the. ar weather was very unpropitious
September 14, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INDEPENDENCE.

INDEPENDENCE.

?? A. $6sfg, At scaciosn ef tee Ilndepepdent Spirit fiieh at 'the late Eledtions Sf ReprefeotativeS, in MiddleC andfouscother counties. By Q. DYzaIL MARK thegolden fun onbigls Scattering round a glorious ray! It [hines ?? a defert iky, Ynrivallvd rulcr of the day ! So, whcre ?? r
September 13, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRESTON JUBILEE GUILD, SEPT. 9.

PRESTON JUBILEE GUILD, SEPT. 9.

1, hkkstok ?? ?? ?Rii. ?? r Yeflerday. mo'rhig a' Grand Selection of ''Sacred MuOc was performedid in the 'church. The perfidmn- an es-coftmmeliced with~ the Juffly celebrated Overture I to t Ie Oratorio of ERIher.. Me. Meredith grave the I air, is Pour forth no n're unheeded pra
September 13, 1802 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England