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THE WAR IN INDIA

THE WAR IN INDIA

EXTRACT OF GENERAL ORDERS. " Campatjulluy, May 18, iBcj. ** The Commander in Chief has great satisfaction in publish- ing to the army his high sense of Lieut. Col. Don, and tire detachment employed under his command in the reduction oi the strong fort of Rsampoora. " The judgmen
December 25, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HQN. ARTILLERY COMPANY.

HQN. ARTILLERY COMPANY.

THE PRINCE OF WALES CAPTAIN-GENERAL. On Wednesday evening this respectable Corps held a General Coifrt at the Artillery-house, for the elcaion of President, Court of Assistants, and Officers, for the year ensuing, {being one ofthe pri- vileges of this Company, granted to them by
December 7, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
* PRICE OF STOCKS>-D'ec.'6. 'iftcsf. • 'I

* PRICE OF STOCKS>-D'ec.'6. 'iftcsf. • 'I

Bank Stock 1 68} 169 ■ Imp. Ann. 9 u-itv •* 3 per Cent. Red. ?? Omqiiim nj| 4 per Cent Cons, -tdi 74-i 75 " Lottery TTckefs 18I.10S. " $ per C.i 1797 for Ap. 9^, C_7ns. for Op-. ?? r *v ' HOKNStfY and Co. $ tec. -Brokers, At their Fortunate OHice, No. 26, Comfit; HIGH WATEk' AT
December 7, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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?? "-» - THE ROYAL FAitIJY It was generally supposed, that the R. ' nev*r again reside in the Castle, ha,i„ 2 tl U^\ of its being so i ntei J* £&*$ That inconvenience has been obviated h v ?? own sußgesti.ns, wh>, we before stated I M ?? _ rent architec.. Inst.ad of the R OY " V
December 11, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DESERTERS. '•

DESERTERS. '•

Bc^.v-strf f.t. — It ha-fing been represented "to SirRicHARD Ford that.a number < * ckrerters from different regiments', were ..-suprxxsed to .lie con- cealed and harboured- in St. Giles's, K-11-iriell'. bu Irf- ings, Barrett's-courr, Oxford-street- ?? searyh' warrants were issu
December 11, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BISHOPS STORTFORD, Dbc. 24,

BISHOPS STORTFORD, Dbc. 24,

On Wednesday last the Stanstead Essex Hunt gave a splendid Ball to this part of the county, which was numerously attended. The New Assem- bly Rooms .it the Bear, in Stan »r ead, were opened onthe occasion: they were graced with the pre- sence of rhe most distinguished females in
December 27, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IREjUtoPj

IREjUtoPj

Dc«_t», Dec i B. —We feel greaT _a.isf_ai_.v in having to announce, that the murderers of John- son, the blind mart, of Simpson's Hospital, and of Mallow, his comrade, are, probably, by this time in custody. This discovery is to be attributed to the laudable promptitude in the d
December 27, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
• CREDITORS meet at Guitdaatt on Monday ae^t. it, h. J. Baker, Holborn, linen-draper - - ?? • Eli -abeth

• CREDITORS meet at Guitdaatt on Monday ae^t. it, h. J. Baker, Holborn, linen-draper - - ?? • Eli -abeth

Smith, Middlesex, linen-draper - an MARRIED.— On the 87th inst. at Peterborough, North- imptonshire, Mr. Henry Ans worth, Law ' Stationer, of Clifford's Inn, to Miss Ashbury, of the former place. DIED— On Wednesday last, at Y«rk House, Battersea, Mrs. Reynolds, wife of John Reyn
December 29, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
QUEES' OF PORTUGAL'S BIRTH-DAY.

QUEES' OF PORTUGAL'S BIRTH-DAY.

A grand dinner was given yesterday at the Thatched House Tavern, in St. James's-street, by the Portuguese Ambassador, in honour of the Queen of Portugal's Birthday. The dinner took place at six o'clock, after which his Excellen- cy, who was in the chair, gave The Qrteeu of Porta
December 18, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
W)i MimmM' ffet.

W)i MimmM' ffet.

W)i MimmM ' ffet . Am* i^rlce 6K MONDAY, December 3, 1804.
December 3, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England