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Tr:r. tie LONDON GAZETTE, »«. Whitehall, Dee. I^o4. • The King has been pleased to gram unto SI, v chard

Tr:r. tie LONDON GAZETTE, »«. Whitehall, Dee. I^o4. • The King has been pleased to gram unto SI, v chard

Bickenon, Bart. Rear-Admiral ih Squadron of His Majesty’s fleet, his royal fl and permission to accept and wear the i * the Imperial Order of the Crescent (of* superior Degree,) transmitted to him the Gr- a Signior. And the Order the Crescent been instituted by His Majesty's All
December 31, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
from fra Man Win the flays Harr> Fieldirtg. It is reported, however, ti.at the will of Sir John Dick will

from fra Man Win the flays Harr> Fieldirtg. It is reported, however, ti.at the will of Sir John Dick will

contested some of his relations. Definition Gratitude. —At the institution of the Deaf and Dumb, in Paris ; question Was put to pupil the Abbe Sicard, which would have puzzled any other person to have immediately resolved, though possessed the perfect use of both his ears and hi
December 31, 1804 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
_. HYDE RAR/C |f

_. HYDE RAR/C |f

1 rre morning ol yesterday promising a very fine day, all our fashionable equestrians and ?? winged their wayrto Hyde Park about one o'clock. We never reeo_!e_. having seen mors numerous groupes of persons of all ranks and descriptions on a Sunday gala in Kensington gardens, at
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
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

This prefent MOINNA will be prefented, The TgArEnny of. PM A C B E`T H, fo With a ScENE froin ALAN REMSAY's GENTLE SHEPHED And a VMUS5CAL FAr cE, called THE RIVAL SOLDIERS. On WVED;s8sDAY, (for the Sd time,) The laft N ew Comedy of THHE BLIN BAGAi r Wr1T 1,NCLE AND YARICO. to COR
December 31, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIP SEVERN.

LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIP SEVERN.

a! - r-i . - r ELM or- r ., 0 , The following account of the lofs of the Se- of vern fhiip of war, on the Jerfey and Guerofey fiation, is given in the Jerfey Gazette of-the 'es 2d December, with a copy of which we have lt, been favoured- ?? C" JERsEy, DM. 22.-The violent galesi
December 31, 1804 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BRITISH Strand LONDON. INSURANCE is granted by this Office Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Ships, and all other Vessels, Goods, Merchandise, Far

BRITISH Strand LONDON. INSURANCE is granted by this Office Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Ships, and all other Vessels, Goods, Merchandise, Far

N Stock, and other Property from Loss or Damage by Fire. The Directors return their thanks to the Public for the unprecedented Preference given by them to this Office; they are happy to find that the Plans they have adopted for the Improvement Fire Insurances have given such gen
December 31, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SUSSEX.

SUSSEX.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29. The Prince Wales’s new ftables at Brighton, are in the amphitheatre, with a circular ride in the centre, round which there are (tabling or (tails for horfes, fo completely conlfruftcd, that his Royal Highnels, in riding round the ride, may view every horfe
December 31, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LONGEVITY.

LONGEVITY.

inftance. of longevity ire not rare in modern times aa liy imagined, the lift, colle£led from various lources, a curmus p. . which beg you would give a place m voor columns, it ,ou think it wiil afford any amnfement to y° er ® That I might not fwell if an inconvenient length* be
December 31, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England