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. TRANsH(»RT.OVFICK, K»th Det. 'HE for concluding Hit Majaty' Tran fort Strvire, at: the carl and custody »f l‘ritontrs c_/

. TRANsH(»RT.OVFICK, K»th Det. 'HE for concluding Hit Majaty' Tran fort Strvire, at: the carl and custody »f l‘ritontrs c_/

Fir, dn Imtfy give nolicf, that they vC/l ready Friday, the »f January next, this OJfrt, t», receive staled Tenders, and trertt Tilth ixcb Pei tens as may veiling le contract fee victualling Prisoners iFar in health, fain the isl day February next, for Six Menthi cei lain, vith
December 31, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
REMAIN

REMAIN

Barfleur, Prince of Wales, Blenheim, Royal William, Puifiam, Gladiator, Euryalus, Ilis, Medufa, Profelyte, Avenger, Profpero, Meteor, Hccla, Utile, Steady, Affaolt, Cilnker, Manly, Ecliple, Cracker, Pearl, Royal Oak, Sultan, Pegafe, Eugenie, Aurora, Incouftant, Railleur, Calcutt
December 31, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER,

WINCHESTER,

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 59. The new organ, built by Mr. James Davis, Francis-street, Betlford-square, .London, for the ciiurch of Brading, the hie of Wight, will opened on Tuesday the Ist of January, with grand/ Selection of Sacred" Music, from the work* of Handel and other great mas
December 31, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
• (PtricE Vol No. Vol. etion, Sir John nodose afar pow to New Warrens, with tire Freach frigates 18 3

• (PtricE Vol No. Vol. etion, Sir John nodose afar pow to New Warrens, with tire Freach frigates 18 3

off Cape St. V.A. I tamper mains eent,l4th Feb. 1797 20 41 Leviathan, situation of, --- off Cainperdown, arter the Action with '.. lit h. ofltetober, 179721 4 1•A Le, the lin of off Ju 4 II 9. fki•ie, 1794 16 5 Life- Mr. Gre-n- Africa, Chart of I Mag- he .d it, going out to a ue
December 31, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England
 
I LAND WE LIVI 'JR of the new Comedy of THE LAND WE LIVE IN, lasing been informed that Its

I LAND WE LIVI 'JR of the new Comedy of THE LAND WE LIVE IN, lasing been informed that Its

ee had net received a candid hearing on Saturday night, is to publiili it with the Prelude, Epilogue, and a Pree, for the satisfaction of that Friends who had previously toured the Play with their kind Commendations, and to ._et the judgment of the Public.. The Play will be publ
December 31, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1804 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, DECEMBER 31.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 31.

FRIO! OF THIS OAY AT ONE (MAC! for July 39.11—Redsced is. to Asa. s PRICE OF S COCAS ON SATURDAY Disk Stork i Aes. 17 3 per C. Red. Ans. Bomb. its se.diL 3 per Cant. Conf. ilk= Saelaeq. Mk is. 35 4 CAW. da ft Engin& Tickets IN. tie. per C.eut.Nerry Suit Coal for ups. 5 per Cers.
December 31, 1804 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

Sir — ln answer to Mr. Butty's statement in 4 yeur Paper of Saturday, respefting the Print v. .richt I am employed to publish of his son, I hope irt'jnstice to myself you will have the goodness to lay before, the public the car* as it really stands ; presuming in. the first plac
December 31, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
No. New Mdlman•vtreet, Foundlidg, Dec. 29, 1804.

No. New Mdlman•vtreet, Foundlidg, Dec. 29, 1804.

DWELLING HOUSES AND ESTATES, In Town and F.rr And SOLD, by PRIVATE CON. TRACT. TOWNWND, Estate and sable Cann Odic:, No 53, • LotitlLrn. N. 8.—% fl••nk kept riven fur the of E a rnii, Eitatr., Duck,„Fire and Lif, Insurance Offici, awl Navigable Clll3l Property. to he Pureltaied
December 31, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England
 
RAVAL INTEkLIGENCE. PORTSMOUTH. DEC. 28. Arrived the Pros lets frigate, Captain Hardinge. from the eastward, bound to the West Indies

RAVAL INTEkLIGENCE. PORTSMOUTH. DEC. 28. Arrived the Pros lets frigate, Captain Hardinge. from the eastward, bound to the West Indies

; and the F deon sloop, Captain Saunders, from the Havre squadron. Sailed, this morning, the Ccrberias frigate. Captain Selby, for Guernsey. Captain Davie, of the Hermes armed ship, is appointed to the Favourite sloop on the Havre station. The Triumph, of 74 guns, Sir Robert Bal
December 31, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England