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STATE OF IRISH CURRENCY.

STATE OF IRISH CURRENCY.

if Plums and Direciors, Sgylock a iis o I 4at I,; cc Will club their testers, ?? to ?? Y ~~4fi.".-POPL ,a~1 STATE OF IRISHU CURRNCY. I | SIR, I have to acknowledge the obligation I feel for your insertion of my letter on Irish currencyo in your Register of the, 28th uit, (p. 137)
September 1, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Caledonian Mercury.

Caledonian Mercury.

I.- 1. M I -?1111 =1_1 T. . , yr ?? , J. ?? '11"k1p, ? 6?,, f 0 Af ,10 .. I )iyX3&URGH-SEP jTEMBE.R 17. t B tWgO Gottenburgh: mails which reached. n oFriday, we learn that a courier ar,. . Ithere from Peterfburgh, on the z6th ult. fportatt dilpatches from Sir JOHN BoR- i XV.ARREX
September 17, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VACCINE INOCULATION.

VACCINE INOCULATION.

- ' 3 rflwii flri;nx; --nn 'r kIC Al The following firiking proof of the efficacy of the INOCULATION for the Cow-Pox, has been publiflied by Dr CREIGHTON,and the Pyfiyians and Surgeons of Dublin: " Having had for foome years pall the Medical and Surgical controud of two great inf
September 17, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GEZZAR PACHA.

GEZZAR PACHA.

. -GZZARACA. ?? The lafflaccounts from Conflfantinople brink iany particuiars -refpecing the prefent ftate' 6f .gypt and Syria. Gezzar Pacha, .whofe obje& was to attain the fupreme authority -i ' Egypt, was fucceded. by Ifirail Pacha, who acknowledg- ed the. fipremnacy of the Por
September 29, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON DRESSES FOR SEPTEMBER.

LONDON DRESSES FOR SEPTEMBER.

LONDOYDRESSES FOR SEPT-BER. - . - ?? -- C : PaOVesehSAvz bDaEssEs,-1. Round. drefs of wvhite snuflin, made high round the bofomn, with a lace frill; th long lZleeve;s. '4A, pin~k and white Dhawl of clear muflin. in A gip*y hat, off r;w or chip, tied' under the chii with thd pink
September 6, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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.LANDS It4 WEST 'LO'TRH;AN TO BE LET. _-HE-Following LANDS, PART of the ESTATE I of KINNEIL, in the patiis of Borrowllounnefs, Fae to be LET for fuch a number'of years as can be 7~eed on, and entered to at 'Martinmas next: f 1. Eieven Parks, .calleA the GAAS, ,MATHEWS, Iand NOBLE
September 22, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WAR-OFFICE—June 30.

WAR-OFFICE—June 30.

WAR.OFFICE-June 3d : 3I th Dragoon Guards-Drevet Lieuitenant-Coloncl ~eHenry Raleigh Knight, finos the gset foot, to be Ma- ke! jor vice Otway, who exchanges. G e vi Dragonos'.Cornet Thomas Chapman to be Lieu- is tenant. without purchase. Ensign Thomas Mackay, be: IC from the 3d
September 1, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ACCOUNT of the SHAM FIGHT at FORRES on the 18th August 1804,

ACCOUNT of the SHAM FIGHT at FORRES on the 18th August 1804,

.efrcou.vz of tbe SpiM FIGRr at FORRES 072 tshe IS tA Auguf r1804, By an unconnecled Military Spedaator. Major STRACHAN'S column noved ofr firit, procted- ing by Drumduan, and Colonel Mu NR 0's by the Bul- let Loan, to the heights between the Cloven hills of Forres and Chapeltovn
September 10, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDOA, September 25.

LONDOA, September 25.

L 0 N D O A, September 25. -r ' ?? A veflel undet Prtfflan colours, which failed from the Texel lafl'Wednefday, liais been fpoken with, the maaer of rvhicli declared, that for thefe ten days ro offlcer'of the Dutch fleet had been allowed to fi eer oD hore, and that Buona.- Parte
September 29, 1804 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, September 11.

LONDON, September 11.

t C N 0 0 N,. Septezmner xi. Yefferday morning difpatches were received at the Admiralty fronri Commodore Hood, in flie Weft Indies, which contain accounts 6f 'rrl cayturcs having been made by tihe [qua-. dion imn)mediately under his orders. Tbe flme afternoon another Hamburgh Ma
September 15, 1804 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England