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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMt.PEMIAL PJRLIKAMEINITt I-OUSE of COMIMONS. WEDNESDAY, Mfay 23.] Mir. Caicraft wifled I to be'informed whether it was the intention of ?? ters to-make anv further provifion for the fubordinate ( defcriprion of Volunteer Officers, as, in cafe fuch was the intention, he &hould po
May 31, 1804 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SAMUEL SLACK rtfpcflfully informs that he has purch.led the principal Part the Cargo of the fiUSTAVUS EAST* INDIAMAN, (lately eked

SAMUEL SLACK rtfpcflfully informs that he has purch.led the principal Part the Cargo of the fiUSTAVUS EAST* INDIAMAN, (lately eked

oft the filer Wight CutUilhng variety of almoll every of INDI ll r, hf fitly r'-ftr n. tiff , a t par* runt tier* be full i. -// A un.Fr the Regular Frutt. Pieces of Capital INDIA MUI.I.S, 9<l. per yard. i6o Piece* of INDIA MUSI.INS, only los. 61. the Drcft. Piece* of Capital IN
May 31, 1804 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

\Viov*§nsy—Mr moved f-»r in icrounr the him* -t he paid nentnl ftacn, individual* oi tlalr*. a* mdcniniftcatious (or Pops taken hum the year I^j. tlie itioiioii 1,0 t.i Caaa car ash, the report of committee* whom were referred the amendment* made the 1.-mlam the Volunteer bill,
May 31, 1804 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
IXTT THE YEAH, « Small Private Fatuity, THE greater Part HO(j;'E, genteelly Fur* riffled. in an airy and eligible tit

IXTT THE YEAH, « Small Private Fatuity, THE greater Part HO(j;'E, genteelly Fur* riffled. in an airy and eligible tit

union; -alf.» Port of a HOUSE, ta a Private Family, Unfurhiffied. Enquire of tie Printer. SOMERSET COAL CANAL. THE next General Half-Yearly Meeting of tKg Proprietor* the above Canal Will Yurk-Httufe. the 6>h(Uy of June neat, at o'clock the ftirenoon, agreeably to the which Meet
May 31, 1804 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EXHIBITION AND SALE RY PRIVATE CONTRACT. THE TRUCHSESSIAN GALLERY, New Road, opposite Portland.Plsce, continues open every day, and the Pictures

EXHIBITION AND SALE RY PRIVATE CONTRACT. THE TRUCHSESSIAN GALLERY, New Road, opposite Portland.Plsce, continues open every day, and the Pictures

sold will not be removed this month, hi order to afford for some time longer to the Public an opportunity of viewing, in its collective state and classic:d somnolent, au a=rdnblage of upwards of ONE THOUSAND PICTURES, by the most eminent Masters of the Italian, Flemish, Dutch, G
May 31, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England
 

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

General Petition from certain Proprietors of Fisheries on the North Western coast of England, against the Solway Fishery Regulation Bill, and praying to be heard by Counsel against the same. Leave was given that the Petitioners be heard by their Colima. A Message from the Lards
May 31, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England
 
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d.Vie) • war cat; 3 4 18 rß'lt~4 fait dray . - 4 ti • - 8 car/ sm , • , is hereby given, that the ',ANDS of feveral Perron., in the Diftriad bf 13KHAR• BHAUGLEPORE,''CHITTAGONG, DACCA, /tJUDDEA, SYLHET, sod -11PittRAH, will be fold by Public Ayala's, under the ruperintendence of
May 31, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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May 31, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE CHILD OF SORROW'S TALE.

THE CHILD OF SORROW'S TALE.

THW CHILD OF SORROVNs TALE. aeny, but do not taunt a maid t Who never feorn with fcurn repays; Proud- man, -thbigl now I alk our aid, Mine once, alas! were bappier days. But f(vrow nmark'd tue for her own B Before I told mly twentie~th year- Yet when uv friends began to fruwln, T
May 31, 1804 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts

Friday and Saturday's Posts

LONDON, FRIDAY MAY aj. honfwird-bound Jamaica fleet is lately arrived. Jamaica papers the 7th April announce the arrival the London and Cork diets, under convoy of the Frtnchile; two of the ffiips had liven captured on the paiTage, but were retaken. The Pique has taken Tencure F
May 31, 1804 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England