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Advertisements taketwiti by I'AVLEK. and JSiIWIUJV, JNo. 5. Warwick-Court, Newtrate-street- and 1 OMr-iviAM WTT»«r dc^c a™> »„ r.. , ..

Advertisements taketwiti by I'AVLEK. and JSiIWIUJV, JNo. 5. Warwick-Court, Newtrate-street- and 1 OMr-iviAM WTT»«r dc^c a™> »„ r.. , ..

_— - , .1/ •-" - •" v i «c*vj,«t, aircw, ana HJiMuMAW, riURS T, REES, and ORME. bookseller; i>atf>rnn«t-pi- h«,„ i . / 1 1 . n , , ?? ■ " — i,.v«i«r» JMferi, W Parson } ?? T. Dobson G,^, J. Deighton ZV* T I ivock Ht* 5 WfiS S* I *^ 4"""' **»**»*"• *-»*» 5 M-* W - Pcele' s * Chap
December 26, 1804 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
CambftUffe, Dec. 10 On Wednesday last the Rev. J. Casborne, A. B. was instituted to the Rectory of Drinkstoue, in

CambftUffe, Dec. 10 On Wednesday last the Rev. J. Casborne, A. B. was instituted to the Rectory of Drinkstoue, in

this county, on the presen- tation of John Moseley, Esq. Yesterday sennight Mr. George Ward, ofOulton, in this county, was married to Miss Ann Stewart, daughter of Mr. Stewart, shopkeeper, of Needham-Market. Wednesday last Mr. Samuel Wild, ship- carpenter, of Woodbridge, was mar
December 12, 1804 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Sunxiay , in Ch_Tdo#-streef,Cavf_dis_.aa>uan. the Lady of Robert Vyner, Esq. ofasori * On Monday evening, ia RussffU-square," the Lady of

Sunxiay , in Ch_Tdo#-streef,Cavf_dis_.aa>uan. the Lady of Robert Vyner, Esq. ofasori * On Monday evening, ia RussffU-square," the Lady of

John Miller, Esq. ota daughter. « -«*j «»» jerwt ?? G ™*"*K the Re-. J. if. atSnaTit^tA •twine, ot the : Edinburgh Militia, to MisVAene, Boy le^^ Lately, at Florence, Count Bakfelli, Knighrot tht ?? of St. Stephen, fe to Signora C*--^rcLr ""^
December 19, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON,.WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12

LONDON,.WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12 In our accounts of the experiment tried some time since, against the Enemy's flotilla at Bou- j ?? vve proved even from the French Papers, that the success of that attempt was such as to war- rant the most favourable hopes on subs quent trial, regul
December 12, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY, Thursday, Dec 6.

OLD BAILEY, Thursday, Dec 6.

John White was indicted for a burglary in the dwelling house of Benja_.n Butler, at Chis- wick. Verdiif. — Guilty. Hannah I' aimer and Ann Harris , were mdi .ted for privately stealing a card of lace in the whop of Christopher Fisher, in Newport-street. Mr. FissrEß deposed, that
December 7, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LINCOLN'S INN HALL.

LINCOLN'S INN HALL.

AWARDS. KINO *V. HtLLEY. This was an application to set aside an award. — It appeared th^t the parties are rival brewers of considerable eminence at Plymouth. Dock, and the matter in dispute was a freehold property there, whereon, among other premises, was that of a pub- lic-hou
December 14, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
?? at Bourne, h. Liocohuduie, Charles Duke, Esq. to Miss. £]tzabeth D,\ c Last week . at. Sandai", the Rev.

?? at Bourne, h. Liocohuduie, Charles Duke, Esq. to Miss. £]tzabeth D,\ c Last week . at. Sandai", the Rev.

Richard ttiwkswortb, of Hickleton, tv Miss Pilkuigton. DJLD-OnM^.fr^Li^, :xt gaih.Davi.i Mitchell Eso of John-street. Bc-dtoS kow, Lotion, and Carshalton Hou*e ourrj - , sincerely regrertetlby all who klxw him. " On Mi nday, the toth 'inst. at his he use in TIITII iiTium^T yard,
December 14, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICE Or

PRICE Or

STOCKy-W.,,, .sidte 3 per Cent. Red. 57 fH j,j £ X . Kiiis^ pat ?? 4 per Cent. Cons. 74^4i« Lottery Tkkers **» i»l \r> 5 pei Ct. 1797 98; 94 C.,iis. foi Op. ?? India Bonds is as. d s. ~-V,i^ss ;11 g h wa re a,\ r ?? ?? ak [IhTe rS/vS3^ Morning, ao in. past n : Evening, om. past
December 14, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PAPAL ALLOCUTION,

PAPAL ALLOCUTION,

"His Holiness the Pope, previously to „his departure • from Rome, assembled a Secret Consistory on the 39th of October, to whom he delivered the Speech or Allocution in the Latin Language• VENERABLE BRETHREN, It was from this place that the Concordat was begun us, his Majesty th
December 4, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COURT OF KING BENCH.

COURT OF KING BENCH.

Monday, pan. t**<* Cn'ffi. Con.~CfiAMBERS ». Mr. Scarlet opened the pleadings, and. ArlV..Ersfcinp stated the case the Jury. The plaintiff was the ,son Sir William Chambers, a gentleman; well known for his taste and superior skill in architecture , by which he had rffade a very
December 11, 1804 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England