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September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
• h£ avc to the walk private life, l>7 0»* exertion* ofVhUaoiliwfy. and the '“ucb ! whofe fitfe qoulitie., not

• h£ avc to the walk private life, l>7 0»* exertion* ofVhUaoiliwfy. and the '“ucb ! whofe fitfe qoulitie., not

i-,« truincnllv thau nuiOefllv (Uli.laycJ, ever «"‘h• the Cemmauder. while, li« U’eft ri.ey :, . telpt/l the Mm,-and now that ««ned virtue which extendi beyond the tomb I When Sculptnre’s votive toil (hail rear tj'p due Memorial Ittls dear, Imelrft Mourner, fientle Mule! be thin
September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DVUHJM.

DVUHJM.

(>n Saturday laft, the Hon. and Right Rev. Hie liflinp nt- Liiaijit ld arrivt-J Demiry lu re. Friday morning lall in Oakwellgate, Gateflie.ul, woman died coniequonce hating taken quantity foitdn the day before, «f fti- had ahvavs declined fifing any infermation her family or, fr
September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PROVINXIAL MISCELLANIES.

PROVINXIAL MISCELLANIES.

J.aft wee!: a boy a:I mt five years old, (otiofa. living'at Adwick-Green, near Manchcl- . ter, having picked up and eaten common fungus, tUe-toad-iVooi, fuppofing it to be nailhroom, he was atFerted with convulfive twitching*, lots offpccch, (welling and blacknels of the liands
September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MILITARY krw«.

MILITARY krw«.

On WeilnefiUy l»ft. the lith, Voik Refrrve. rmbarkc! botrd the traulpMt the Triton, and failed the coaft-of Kfi'ex. Sunday lad, the enrrs I 'o the Sooth Shields Volunteers, muler thecumnian I Si/ Ciubbert Heron, were in the market-idacc hv Colonel Bradford, and drove frorjt ther
September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I'ARTNKUSIIU’ DISSOLVED.

I'ARTNKUSIIU’ DISSOLVED.

DISSOLVED. NOTICE hereby given, That the Co.ica.rns which have tieen hillverto carried on us, the Undcrlipnal Rioii*np Baths, of Warley, in the Patifh of Halifax, in the County of York, Tiio.ysS Baths, ol Chtetbam, Maochefter, In the County Lancatler, S.I VI r.I. Bates, r.f Shelf
September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PORT OF BRRHTCK.

PORT OF BRRHTCK.

T.ondon Picket, White, from I.eith, w l «h Tweed Picket, Ward, Irom lon. with 'ictr. Frieivi* tie icon, from Portsmouth, with timber Hoj'g, from Blvtfiocok, wiUi euro. Eoenercr, from Dram, with balks. Cl HARf D.] London Packed. & Tweed Picket, Ward, fur London, with corn and Tre
September 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE TYNE ,ri XORTHUMBERLAJVD, DU

THE TYNE ,ri XORTHUMBERLAJVD, DU

THE TYNE , XORTHUMBERLAJVD, DU r, and
September 18, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, sr.tr Strx. HC.U/C A’EirS. 'I1»c following is a Itatemciu "the lofs on onr (i.lt- the reenntre between our evuizers

LONDON, sr.tr Strx. HC.U/C A’EirS. 'I1»c following is a Itatemciu "the lofs on onr (i.lt- the reenntre between our evuizers

atari the Vrenrh gnn-boaU oji" mentioned 1.. d '{iicUtay's : JVtioinorlanw, killed, I wounded.—Champion, (A. S.) marine and tnafter wounded. t (relics, wounded, and tore top maft fliut away. —JackalL 2 wmituleri. A l oiiiiuerabte number of floops, brigs, and armed vetiel.s, itc.
September 18, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Amrricjii refufiil to comply, a COtTcfpohdence took place between b'.m ana the Commillary of F’olice.—The French expe£ted from the former

Amrricjii refufiil to comply, a COtTcfpohdence took place between b'.m ana the Commillary of F’olice.—The French expe£ted from the former

the fame tame actjuietcence that they experience from tome of their degraded pulillanimotis German neighbours, bvit in this they teem have been completely Gibraltar, Aitgujl.s. —Our laft accounts of Lord Nellon's fleet are dated the 2tith of July, on which day he was oft’Toulon
September 18, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England