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POETRY.

POETRY.

FOR THE LANCASTER GAZETTE. SONNET TO THE DEAD BY WM. CABEY O THOU, whose form, amid the deepest gloom, That shrowds the fearful solitude of night, Beams, in wan vision, on my pensive sigTit, Awak'd from the cold slumbers of the torn!) j Fair Spirit, say, if, with their wonted po
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE REPENTANCE.

THE LATE REPENTANCE.

BY WM. CAREY. WHILE false Lycaon proudly flies, To boast his triumphs, unrelenting j In lonely woe, Amanda sighs, Too late, her easy faith repenting. He leads the dance — perfumes his hair; Some other virgin's shame pursuing : She wrings her hands, in wild despair, And vaiuly we
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The probability of Rutlia having occafion for an increafed confumption of hemp has materially enhanced the price of that article in our markets : fome forts (Peteriburgh outlhot, for inftance) have, within a few- days, rifen from 491. to 54l per ton. Turkey Cotton has advanced i
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

LIVERPOOL, October 15. The Grant, Wright, from Jamaica, at Dover. The Christopher, Woodward, from Africa, at Charleston. The Alexander, Carrol, from Africa and Charles- ton, in seven months, left the»Francis, Souter, at Charleston. The Bostock, Kelly, from Jamaica, at Kinsale, w
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, . X rathe OFFERS and CKiMfM|tf^'i^^W \ 1 PARAGON, - - WILLIAM HART, ♦•■"a— Who were

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, . X rathe OFFERS and CKiMfM|tf^'i^^W \ 1 PARAGON, - - WILLIAM HART, ♦•■"a— Who were

act*a*n*y on fcoatll at N £AA~ V - the C A PTURE of the SHIP L'HARMONIE, and her CARGO, VsisSai&L the 26th day of July ' 1803 ' bound I JtffsK^esnwmir f mm j^g^ 0,^05 t< j Marseilles, ! x \r? will be paid their respective PROPOR- TIONS of the PROCEEDS thereof, at die count- j jr
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 

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(j^T The order fox discontinuing the advertisement for Letting the House in Church-street, i« the holding of Mr, Jnhn Ltach,

(j^T The order fox discontinuing the advertisement for Letting the House in Church-street, i« the holding of Mr, Jnhn Ltach,

came too lots to be observed this week.
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
MARRIED. A few days ago, Mr. Thomas Reade, to Miss Jane Young, both of Burton in Lonsdale*. At Preston, Mr

MARRIED. A few days ago, Mr. Thomas Reade, to Miss Jane Young, both of Burton in Lonsdale*. At Preston, Mr

Peter VVilcock, to Miss Jane Mounsev, late of this town. Mr. Ely Syke», of bolton, to Miss Mary Taylor, daughter.of Mr. R. Taylor, of Kea.sley House. Mr. John Foulds* of Rochdale, cabinet-maker, to Miss Ann Wiguey, of Todmorden, near Halifax. On Sunday last, at Burnley, Mr. Ha.d
October 20, 1804 - Lancaster Gazette - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
CIRCULAR LETTERS.

CIRCULAR LETTERS.

"My Lord, September 25, As it is of the utmost importance the defence of the country that every exertion should v to complete the levy of men to be raised for the additional force, in the manner prescribed Geo. 111. cap. 66, and as considerable delays have, from various causes,
October 1, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday, October 15. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, August 18, 1804. THE King ha* been pleased, letters patent under the

Monday, October 15. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, August 18, 1804. THE King ha* been pleased, letters patent under the

Great Seal of the United Kingdom, confer the honour of Knighthood upon David ami John Stewart, esqrs. Majors-Generals in the Army, who have received his Majesty's Licence to actept and wear the insignia of the Ottoman Order of the Crescent (of the superior degree), transmitted t
October 16, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DIVIDENDS AT GUILDHALL, LONDON.

DIVIDENDS AT GUILDHALL, LONDON.

Nov. 5. John Sanderson, of St. James street, Middlesex, goldsmith and jeweller. Nov. 3. James R.iinhird, late of Greenwich, Kent, sutler. DIVIDENDS THE COUNTRY. Nov. 6. Joseph Winter, of Combe St. Nicholas, Somerset, leather-dresser. Nov. 6. W. Thompson, of Birmingham, Warwick,
October 16, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England