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rise& as Lord Chief Janice of nett In Ireland. ,MOUTH, SIPT. 13. 'Thomas privateer. of Lene.dr, r, Capt. `Vindcr, has

rise& as Lord Chief Janice of nett In Ireland. ,MOUTH, SIPT. 13. 'Thomas privateer. of Lene.dr, r, Capt. `Vindcr, has

detained end fent in here fine Spanifh b,is. the San An. iablo Teeix, from the Havana% aith rapt and leveret hundreds board. which fen in with the esstinuasea of the military bath i that country and in Spain. Tne fhiptuents to Portugal eiintinoe, and the part of oar me charts a
March 8, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Mr. MACDONALD's BALL, WILL BE HELD,

Mr. MACDONALD's BALL, WILL BE HELD,

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October 18, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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October 9, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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August 16, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
FQR PAIMCVI,OI4S EN(WIRE OF

FQR PAIMCVI,OI4S EN(WIRE OF

Meilrs. Cockerel', Trail, Palmer fa Co. Calcutta. Auguil I, I Eof
August 16, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
WANTED, a Stirgeon for the Honorable Company's Freighted Ship MORNINGTON, for the Paffage to England. .Apply to Meifra. FAIRLIE. GILMORE, and Cu. or to Captain KELSO.

WANTED, a Stirgeon for the Honorable Company's Freighted Ship MORNINGTON, for the Paffage to England. .Apply to Meifra. FAIRLIE. GILMORE, and Cu. or to Captain KELSO.

COACH, &c, MANUFACTURT, No, 6, CHITPODE ROAD, THE Proprietors of this Manufaftury, beg leave to return thanks to their Friends and the Public, for the liberal en. couragement they have already received, and emit from an uniform attention to all Orders, together with the goodnefs
March 22, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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March 22, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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Qn Thortlay on bald hii Bockerow off' Hooghly. James D'Auvergne. Efq. elder} brother of Captain Philip Auvergne, nitiee of Bouillon : he was a man of mild manners, putrefied luperior talent and ability, improved by an excellent education. Cit the 'nth infant, Mr. Charles S _teno
March 22, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
;. Pp& By Mc*li.tawrittGould, Ar Room, This-day, THURSDAY, the t sth November. AUANDSOME Blood Bay, very giving Carriage Horfe—A ditto

;. Pp& By Mc*li.tawrittGould, Ar Room, This-day, THURSDAY, the t sth November. AUANDSOME Blood Bay, very giving Carriage Horfe—A ditto

Grey Carriage Mare—A Grey Saddle Gelding, Saddle and P i ridle— A very beautiful little Pegue Buggy Toney, with handfome liarnefs—A fecondhand Ferggy—A ditto, with Hood—A Child's CArriage ; and fevetal other Honks and Carriages.
November 15, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Calcutta ~azette IT is particularly requeffed, that all ADVER rist.:mEN IS intended for infer. ton in the CALCI rTA GAMITTP,

Calcutta ~azette IT is particularly requeffed, that all ADVER rist.:mEN IS intended for infer. ton in the CALCI rTA GAMITTP,

may be ( - cot to the Printing Office, by Weditefclay Noon at the (other , vife they cannot appear in the Paper of the followinz day), the t<cgulation of Government requiring that the Peels fhould he kt by three o'clock on that day.
November 15, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India