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ECKA P. / RTE's CORONA 71 ON.

ECKA P. / RTE's CORONA 71 ON.

ECKA P. RTE's CORONA 71 ON. j Tlic celebration Bonaparte's birth-dav look place on ilie l.Mb, when grainittms spectacles and dances were provided for the mob, and grand ’J'e Drum for those who did not think the sacred cause . of religion insulted bv a mockery. The preparations (<
September 8, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
TO MANUFACTURERS

TO MANUFACTURERS

To be Disposed bp Private Contract, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, LL that extensive PREMISES, comt itioulv called the TRURO CARPEL' MANUFACTORY, in the parish of St. Clement, the county ot Cornwall ; established upwards of twelve years; with Looms aim Machinery sufficient to man
September 15, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Thursday ’.< Posts. Vi. the LOS DOM GAZUTTP-, Sept. 11. r[■''HiliS night’s gazette contains a list ot thirty-four vessels, of

Thursday ’.< Posts. Vi. the LOS DOM GAZUTTP-, Sept. 11. r[■''HiliS night’s gazette contains a list ot thirty-four vessels, of

various descriptions, captured by the squadron under the command of Commodore Hood in the West-ladies. BANKRUPTS.-—Alexander Ryan and William Bavncs. Harrington, Lancaster,Juinets. —Francis Courtenay Devcoish. St, Martin's lame, Middlesex, n|.holder. —William Wilsone and John Wi
September 15, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Friday's o LONDON, WBONKS: Stocks —3 per Cent. Red, 5 Consols THE Dutch pupa announcing the Russian Mlniste Paris on

Friday's o LONDON, WBONKS: Stocks —3 per Cent. Red, 5 Consols THE Dutch pupa announcing the Russian Mlniste Paris on

the 30th ofkst article front Piris of th the Swedish Minister A have also left Paris. T French Government, movements, seem it inevitable The French suddenly ordered from will probably sent to t A imp ordered berg, and the. French fc increasing, with a view to Swedish Pomerania w
September 15, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
XdRAND MILITARY SPtCtACLt.

XdRAND MILITARY SPtCtACLt.

Yesterday the St. James's and Loyal York Ma- ry-le-bone Volunteers, together with the London and the Westminster Corps of Cavalry, and the Gray's Inn Corps of Riflemen, assembled, pursuant to a previous arrangement, for the purpose of ma- noeuvring along the banks of the Padding
September 7, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN FASftIOS'S. The ?? h£S' n ta have more simplicity in their appear- anr» „•«■ jf, they are less loaded

PARISIAN FASftIOS'S. The ?? h£S' n ta have more simplicity in their appear- anr» „•«■ jf, they are less loaded

with ribbons, or any varre- ?? or ■; , n«i«.— W_ril¥ hats are much -worn, with a narrow birder turned up <o the right ; and above the border thus ?? t p is worn * krge bunch of flrrwrrs. Inthe milliners' , the nswest ribbon* seem to be lilac upon a rose ground j, |lt r Yi OiC mo
September 26, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LINES

LINES

TO A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADY Wa n MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, IXPRjjj^ A ?? THE RETURN OF SPRING. Though Spring, dear girl, co l^e: thicwj Her pai:,ted vesture o'er the field* Though fainter blooms tlie autumnal rose Nor half her former fragrance y'ttldt ■ Yet nature, in her varied Hath ch
September 19, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CADIZ, At'c.'2l.

CADIZ, At'c.'2l.

CADIZ, At'c.' 2l . „. Orders have been lately received here to fit out one -ship of. i 1 8 gusts, pne of 80 guns, and one of ?4 girnS, which, are to saii for Ferrol the instant they caiv be spanned. These orders have excited considerable uneasiness here, as we are much afraid The
September 19, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
c Ai'.rr circus, YARD, NEAR ST. MARY’S. Ml* re-pectfully inform? the Ladies, C.enti.in' ii and Public, that he ha* converted

c Ai'.rr circus, YARD, NEAR ST. MARY’S. Ml* re-pectfully inform? the Ladies, C.enti.in' ii and Public, that he ha* converted

Mr. p ( , ,kw >k m’» Riding School into Circus, which I , at tiuc open this present Tuesday, Weo, v, and Fainw Evenings. * The ELY INC PHENOMENON, 11 take many Surprising Leap* over Twenty Men, and Six Horses, HORSEMANSHIP Capita! TROOP. STILL VAULTING, •hewing every ]x)s» ; h«e
September 4, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LET. SUNDRY PARCELS OF EDDISH. inquire at Trafioid House. Manchester, 2 4 Sept. ItbM. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the- DI’KK GLOUCESTER,

LET. SUNDRY PARCELS OF EDDISH. inquire at Trafioid House. Manchester, 2 4 Sept. ItbM. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the- DI’KK GLOUCESTER,

having the Town* of Manchester and Salford, by accepting their INVITATION to PUBLIC BREAKFAST, at the Bkiduew.mxk Arms Inn, upon FRIDAY the in>t. .it TEN O’CI.OCK in the Morning, request that such Gentlemen as propose haring the HONOR MEETING HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, willl immediatel
September 25, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England