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PROMOTIONS, FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

PROMOTIONS, FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

War-office, Nov. 17, ISO 4. Royal African chips.—To be lieuis. without p. ensigns Mungoßuchan; Rob.-Iyer?, John Kennedy. —To be ensigns Cha Kingsley, gent, vice Ivers. Bauchamp, gent. vice. Kennedy. York rangers, major Samuel Swmton, trom th, be lieut. colonel, without p. vice D
November 27, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE,

STOCK EXCHANGE,

Monday, Nov. 26. Cms. money 58 Long Ann. 161| Cons, for Account 58 |- \ Imp. Ann 9 Reduced •••• 5" Irish 5 per Cent. S6 per Cent. • 73J| Exchequer Bills, par Is. dis. 5 per Ct. Navy 91 Lottery Tickets ,£.lB Ts. 5 per C. 93 Omnium •- 8
November 27, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO EE SOLD PUBLICLY TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER., AT the King's Warehouse, in Ramsg-ite. TbOTs J day, the '29th day

TO EE SOLD PUBLICLY TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER., AT the King's Warehouse, in Ramsg-ite. TbOTs J day, the '29th day

of thii instant November, at eleven o'clock iv the forenoon. A Foreign-built Hoy, burthen about forty tuns, and all her materials. The Brohen-up Hulls <f a Cuttler, and two Boats, and their rcspecti-re materials. N. B. deposit of '251. p..r cent, will be required* TO SOLD PRIVAT
November 27, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
year,being born April, 1702.—X ov j. Bryant, esq. formerly King's College, Cambrian I —At Edinburgh, Charles Richaidson, esq. of years.

year,being born April, 1702.—X ov j. Bryant, esq. formerly King's College, Cambrian I —At Edinburgh, Charles Richaidson, esq. of years.

„,1 ■ ■ m j IN consequence of the great benefit which Ihav ee eeperienced taking the Botanical Syrup and Cokhial, I think it juft to icquelt you tn publifh my the benefit of thote who may labour win 3similar aa f was afflicted for a length of time with dreadful Nermai £};,.'. th
November 27, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
~ ' X E N T whose Deputations or Appoinlments liave been N Alphabetical List GAMEKEEPERgt! f thereof, from the

~ ' X E N T whose Deputations or Appoinlments liave been N Alphabetical List GAMEKEEPERgt! f thereof, from the

is of i\ tercel wan the Cleric the Peace for the County Kent, and vvno afld ;„ , earo the July the present lime, in tbe present year 1804, pursuant to an v ~4 ;ll ! r of the his pr. scr.t Reign King George the Third, intituled, * An Act for repeaing ™ "certificates issued with r
November 27, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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From Richard Marnell, to Mr. Chhg. Apiihecary, London, Si, TH Chief ha-, mi the honor to r.is Son's case, sna

From Richard Marnell, to Mr. Chhg. Apiihecary, London, Si, TH Chief ha-, mi the honor to r.is Son's case, sna

r e - that should tiy your Worm their cases we c perfect!./ analogous—he did so lid Jun?, and to my hamdnefs found immediately rel and ha-, b.- ta no. fewr doses [ been cured of merciless disease, Convulsion fit!, which nctwithftjnding the Prescriptions of the moft eminent Physi
November 27, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE MORNING POST.

THE MORNING POST.

November 2, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER IN T.I XT ROSCJL'S.

ANOTHER IN T.I XT ROSCJL'S.

Another Theatrical Fhtxttdmeuott, or Roscius upon Roicitts / No logger need the rival Theatres con- teal for the possession of the infant son of Thespis Bettey ; no longer need they urge priority of application or of actual covenant in support of their claims for his prior servi
November 2, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Wflp Sefe.

Wflp Sefe.

•••• • ■ • , Admiral Cornwaliis. wiih the Channel Fleet toder 1-ie command, arrived on Wednesd-y jn I" \rba> , juss in time tfl avonl tlie very heavy squalls of wind that set in en the same night, aiid the threatening weather tliat still continues. The Lively frigate sailed from
November 2, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ART4LLERY.

THE ART4LLERY.

( f ROM A CORRE S P O K D fc N 1 ) . We mentioned some time since, that a corps of Marine Artillery was forming under the present; Admiralty Board, for the express service of the Na\ y. Heretofore all the bomb- vessels were fur- nished with detachments from the corps of Royal Ar
November 2, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England