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XAFAL INT£LL/GSNC£.

XAFAL INT£LL/GSNC£.

INT£LL/GSNC£. Plymouth, jo> —Went «p the harbour, La Blonde French privateer, of 30 guns ; she is exactly painted like an English East Indiaman, lias no figure head ; hoard her among the wounded men was discovered some of the Custom House boat’s crew, a seaman, that in the late w
September 1, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
V.ti.UAbl.E FREEHOLD ESTATE, I R ROW ON THE HILL, COMPRISING MANOR, REPUTED MANOR, AN ELEGANT M-ANSION, PLEASURE GROUNDS, FARM, AND

V.ti.UAbl.E FREEHOLD ESTATE, I R ROW ON THE HILL, COMPRISING MANOR, REPUTED MANOR, AN ELEGANT M-ANSION, PLEASURE GROUNDS, FARM, AND

SEVERAL DWELLING-HOUSEV lobe SOLD AUCTION by llfr. SQUIBB, Gy order cf i]te Trustees of the late Richard Esq. at C.arraway’s Colteo-liouse ’Cliange-alley, Cdtnhill, on Thjuisdav, the 4th of October next, at Twelve o’clock, X.ots, CAPITAL and valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, consisting
September 17, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
LACKINGTON, ALLEN, and Co. most respectfully inform the Public, tint their ANNIIALiEPTEMfiER.CATAI.OG'■'£ will be ready for delivciv the ist that

LACKINGTON, ALLEN, and Co. most respectfully inform the Public, tint their ANNIIALiEPTEMfiER.CATAI.OG'■'£ will be ready for delivciv the ist that

month. It will display, usual, the laige>t assortment of Ancient and Modern Authors, evert nered fur public Sale, the wholeof which ate priced at a very low rate, lor ready money, and are warranted complete. The CATALOGUE of the FOREIGN CLASSES it just tiuislred, and mav he had
September 17, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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September 12, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
VIVANTS, also BILIOUS, I. rOUTY, and NERVOUS PERSONS, the Rev WM. BARCLAY’S PATENT ANTIBILIOUS P11.1.S are m pecial manner recommended

VIVANTS, also BILIOUS, I. rOUTY, and NERVOUS PERSONS, the Rev WM. BARCLAY’S PATENT ANTIBILIOUS P11.1.S are m pecial manner recommended

; tlicy will gently remove all tne bail attending a too tice u-e of the bottle all Disorders proceeding front Rile in the Stomach, the (ion}, Nervous Atteclions, ice. they will afford elf-vtnal relief. Sold at the EUboratory, No 3;, Bedford-sfreet, Covent- Garden, at cs 6<l. and
September 4, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
GENTLEMEN going to the East and West Indies, or Hot Climates, are recommended to peruse the annexed. To' Mr. DIXON,

GENTLEMEN going to the East and West Indies, or Hot Climates, are recommended to peruse the annexed. To' Mr. DIXON,

Apothecary. St a, In consequence of several voyages the East Indies, I had crmtraCled Bilious Complaint, to such alarmirw extent, to be scarcely able at times, to pay attention to the duties my ship. Through the recommandationof a friend I was li.i to make trial of your Antibilo
September 4, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
ViCTUALLtNG-OJ'FICE, A*g. 31, ilie4. 'T'HE Commissiofiers for I'ißuailing His Majesty’s bireby give NoUee, tbut on tfrednesJay, the 3J cj October

ViCTUALLtNG-OJ'FICE, A*g. 31, ilie4. 'T'HE Commissiofiers for I'ißuailing His Majesty’s bireby give NoUee, tbut on tfrednesJay, the 3J cj October

next, they nuill ready to receive -Tendert in vriflnjf, (sealed >(£j, and treat fr ikei quantities o/ltil li F ami' FORK., in Halt Tierces, ami liarteU, as shall be equal the SI AN D TIERCES rf the rtuer, ami NIN THOUSAND KCES of the latter; to be the best quality ; to be tuteil
September 4, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
■ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,

■ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,

' ; ; .. ,-i COMItfJSSJRr-GBNERAVS OFFICE, . ; ; I stb September, 18,4. ability \ Gentrj, and others are informed that tie Suiscrif ion Papers fdr Horses; Carriages, fife, ate Slitidrarvn from ft Tlya'tched Hour. Tavern, tie Mansion House,, the butlini hleteth Inn, and Cross Cha
September 12, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOLLIES OF A L)JT. No. I. On Thursday we animadverted on the lullaby doctrines of Ministerial Taper, to-day devote to

FOLLIES OF A L)JT. No. I. On Thursday we animadverted on the lullaby doctrines of Ministerial Taper, to-day devote to

the chastisement of an Opposition one. On the zoth ult. The Morning Chronicle pronounced the following oracular decree. Ministers have for some time past taught those who have any confidence in their discernment and sagacity to look for the daily arrival of the experiment of inv
September 12, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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• • ■• . _ . ... .—^ t’iici 6rr. FOREIGN -INTELLIGENCE. FRQ'M THE PARiS^APERS. Paris, "August tt. Upon the 16th. August, the anniversary of the l>«-th.day oftlie Emperor \yas celebrated at Aix-U- Cha}x;lle. At six the eve ing the Empress repaired with her whole Court to the Cath
September 4, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England