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Top hay, Dec. 24.— His Majesty's ship ?? C*J?t, S6mv.rvii.ie, has rode the storm out thus far very well, having had her yards, topmasts, and every thing", that possibly could be struck, snug on deck, that she appeared almost like a lugger at a distant*. Yesterday it moderated a
December 27, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
P'j.ymo^th, Dae. 10.— Tlje Niger frigate came in last ni^tst, with a yet low ffttg'flfing, frdtn the Strait*. The Carir.

P'j.ymo^th, Dae. 10.— Tlje Niger frigate came in last ni^tst, with a yet low ffttg'flfing, frdtn the Strait*. The Carir.

jfllUlyar) landed arid sef-ofF tor I oncfon directly, with dis- patches from Vrcr-Admiral Lent Ttfefse'n. Many c«mje<itur«s are a.foat as to the natuf^pf these dispatches, «l$L as the f.-fjtate is pjitunder quarantine, httle can be„known or'«9ursr, and of ihatTiftlc, ir is rumou
December 13, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

0* So.SArAaTi.~A beautiful Potne FaafMSNT, *em the pen ofone of the most celebrated Writers of the present day, shall, if possible, appear to-morrow.
December 17, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ST. DOMINGO.

ST. DOMINGO.

FROM THE AMERICAN PAPERS liberty or death ! Taking into consideration the protection and good will that we show to foreigners who transact commercial concerns with us, and who, instead of occupying themselves with their commerce, and re- specting the laws of the country with whi
December 17, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
KING'S THEATRE. TO-MORROW EVENING, Dec. 15, will be performed, a New Grand Serious Opera, cailed LA VERGINE DEL SOLE. Music

KING'S THEATRE. TO-MORROW EVENING, Dec. 15, will be performed, a New Grand Serious Opera, cailed LA VERGINE DEL SOLE. Music

by Andreozzi. End ofthe First Act, a N'E W DIVERTISEMENT, com- posed by Mr. D'Egville. End of the Opera, the Grand Mythological Ballet, called ACHILLE ET DEIDAMIE. Composed by Mr. D'Egville. Music by Winter. Vivant Rex et Regina. THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. This Evening, THE HEIR
December 14, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGADE OF LIGHT INFANTRY,

BRIGADE OF LIGHT INFANTRY,

Yesterday there was grand Brigade of Volunteer Light Infantry and Ride Corps, in Hyde Park, under the command of Colonel Marton. About ten o'clock the different companies were on the ground, when the line was immediately formed. The line was precisely the same as we stated in ou
December 14, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CHATHAM ball. I

CHATHAM ball. I

An elegant ball was given on Wednesday evening by the Officers o^the Brigade of Guards at Chat- ham, in a temporary building erected for the pur- pose. Nothing" could exceed the grandeur of thf entertainment. A most elegant supper consistingof all the delicacies of the season, w
December 22, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC QFFICE, BO'd/STREET.

PUBLIC QFFICE, BO'd/STREET.

In consequence of a private information given to Mr. Bond, thr-t a LittL G* (a private lottery) was to be drawn on Thursday night, at a public house in the neighbourhood ef Sackvtlle-street, a privy search-warrant was issued by that Magistrate^ which was executed about nine o'cl
December 8, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

Mr. Editor— Whether, according to the idea ' »f Dean SwirT, mankind in general take pleasure in s eing their betters reduced to their own level, •r fr. m what other cause, is not my present pur- pose to inquire ; hut certain it is, that satire is much littter received and more e
December 8, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Shbptov ftAI. let 'l'homas Il:^»u;s

Shbptov ftAI. let 'l'homas Il:^»u;s

Shbptov ftAI. let 'l'homas :^»u;s Wil!iam Leigh >,OPTn ('ai>Bu«? (’liuieihuck. •lUO..IAS 11. WILKINSON, Secretary
December 22, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England