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Parmoutj), Sept. 27.

Parmoutj), Sept. 27.

rnday last the Rev. Sam. Lovick Cooper tv ~ cnoscn Chapel Minister, in the room of .UK d „ s Robert Dade, resigned ; Mr. Sto"'? '\« Iddl Reynolds, Alderman ; and Mr. «» lo.ver.jun. Cor.imon-Councilm_n. for'V- r Sessions held last week, J. Walk-ink, -• s _ •''"& r °P e » W. Salmo
September 29, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HRf s pest*

HRf s pest*

H Rf s pest* tt TjTS Majesty on Thursday drove one t* A of the* Princesses in his phaeton from Jf_ JL Kcvr, through Richmond, and tookkn ?? in the Park, followed .by the Queen and ", 'j princesses, in a sociable. 0 The King ' s said to owe his present excellent „.-* ■ oi "health
September 29, 1802 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
THE DIVING MACHINE.

THE DIVING MACHINE.

THE DIVING MACCHINE. This is the age for experiments. We have frequently ftated al. (Garierin's hight into the aerial regions-an at- tempt was on Thuifday made to plunge into the deep, by means ot a Diving Macbhine, whofe ohjr t is raticinely ufeful, if it can be brought to fulfi
September 30, 1802 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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?? • ?? o t i> r •;; - Sti-r. 28. Hank "vtock shut. < I,k. Sh. 1778-9 illtli') I r; per <". Imn, ; per Ct. Red j,, „ ,\ n . 2 - jrs , 2 i > l' f *■ ' (■ bj'jz '71 ' ;'■ >-x i,;: -o. us. prom. J :•«' r. Cois I , Onto is 2, disc. s ?? --x ?? 1-1 i i >.-■• mm 8' 8 disc. - Do. An : -
September 29, 1802 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Articles of 176, welt compared with the Definitive, it smut! appear there was fcarcely any difference bet• ern them; while

Articles of 176, welt compared with the Definitive, it smut! appear there was fcarcely any difference bet• ern them; while

the direti eon. teary was the ith regard to the prefent Treaty. By lie incapacity of the Negociators, tiles had kft tlterafelves to Outing the per:ie..cy of a naval arinisiee. The qua ion before that a, mitt er was, whether this ciiuntr. would (offer the Beets of linnet, which w
September 29, 1802 - Madras Courier - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 

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HOUsE OF COMMONS,-14iJ. May.

HOUsE OF COMMONS,-14iJ. May.

Addri fa to his M jelly on the Peace, carried hi a ajoriti :56—the Members being for Ake& tf. 276, againd it so. 1 HaT an unible addrefs be prefented to his jOs return to his Majelly the Thanks of the for has ing been gracroufly pleaftd to communicate to them the Definitive Trea
September 29, 1802 - Madras Courier - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Drug-Lane. The Tragedy of Cymbeline, which was revived with great splendour last season at this Theatre, was represented last, night

Drug-Lane. The Tragedy of Cymbeline, which was revived with great splendour last season at this Theatre, was represented last, night

before a numerous au. dience. Mr. and Mrs. Pop e, for the first time, appeared in the characters of Postiumus and Imocrea, and both acquitted themselves very 'ably. They have both studied the emotions of their respeClive parts with great attention, and both expressed those emoti
September 29, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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September 30, 1802 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BY MORTIMER ;

BY MORTIMER ;

Patent Gun Powder and Shot, and nume. sous other Articles, that will be pat ticulAriz. ed in Hand-bills. To be fold by !Wait. By Mefirs. T. Roworth &Co. their Great-Room, On FRIDAY, the Sth of Oftober next. THE CON I EN TS OF AN INVOICE of FRESH SHAWL GOODS, Including Long Shawl
September 30, 1802 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
ExtraUs from the Englifh Papers,

ExtraUs from the Englifh Papers,

ADMIRALTY-OFFICE, Avail. 29, 18oz. This day in purfoance of the King's pleafore, the following Flag Officeis of His M 'jetty's Fleet were promoted, viz. Vice Admiral, of tht Red—James Pigot, E(q. and the Right Honorable William Lord Raddock, to be Admiral, of the Blue. Fire Admi
September 30, 1802 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India