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December 1, 1804 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ANECDOTE.

ANECDOTE.

The following anecdote of General Walhington, related in a letter £ ob Major P. Ferguflon to Dr. Ferguflbn When the Major was fenring in America, he and of his riflemen were llationed in a wood in front of General Knyphaufcn's divifion we had not lain there long,*’ fays the Majo
December 1, 1804 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FREEHOLD ESTATE. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. HANSEU., the Premifet in s~£*irdtnt Dei, three o* link in the ter noon.

FREEHOLD ESTATE. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. HANSEU., the Premifet in s~£*irdtnt Dei, three o* link in the ter noon.

A New-built Brick Freehold DWELLING-HOUSE, and Prcimfcs, with l or Court, and Yard behind ; comprifing on the Story, Parlour and Kitchen; the principal Story two Bed Chambers; and on the attic two Lodging Rooms. »r particular* apply at the Audioncci’s, Whitcfriar-gate, or the Sa
December 1, 1804 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
-er'——XT" and I tic form iu «incli this fraud appear* is stated to lie, it represented to tlie Defendants there

-er'——XT" and I tic form iu «incli this fraud appear* is stated to lie, it represented to tlie Defendants there

was no existing creditor to the partnership of Harry and Sutbmire, excepting the I'lsiatilt If by sucli misrepresentation, the Defendants wera induced to take the conveyance, and to enter into the bund, and the Plaintilf was acquainted with such misrepresentation, the Defendants
December 19, 1804 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
W. ATKINSON V. It. THOMPSON.

W. ATKINSON V. It. THOMPSON.

This was an action also upon policy of insurance, subscribed by the Defendant, the I.oth of December last, fur 300/.; partly tha ship, f>r 15 guineas, and on deals on board her, at Id guineas fur 100/. The vessel was named tba James and Hath, and the real voyage was from' Narva
December 19, 1804 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SiJJI* baiw.

SiJJI* baiw.

SiJJI* PhYMObIH, the s^l h do«,j» fiCwtu from rod ni. Hint’fit, lr*m tt.'bnn. . I'blUb.MUl Tlf, Dee. ♦. Arrived *v-«, Ajut' ami trim span* Iruui OucruMy. ;rot-l » wa» 0:1 a rrui^v*. ♦ T>CT*.*S. * Sai.e.* die Cl nr*- 10. C»pta»» wt.i r.»l iput'ferik>, AiC. •» »•» <!>« Freed* owu.
December 5, 1804 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
MONDJr MORNING, LONDON. On Saturri.y morning, b<“r Majesty, *cconijianieii the Princrsw, Acousta, Eliza betii, Mi attended I ..dies SvnnET, C.

MONDJr MORNING, LONDON. On Saturri.y morning, b<“r Majesty, *cconijianieii the Princrsw, Acousta, Eliza betii, Mi attended I ..dies SvnnET, C.

Dame ami Chamlit, and Mrs. Stan hope, took an airing two coaches and tour through Maidenhi*ad. Saturday morning, between nine and ten o'clock, )>l* Majesty, accompanied by the Duke of Kent, and attended by Lord Riyees, Earl uf Ksst-.x, UKtieraU Fitzroy and Spencer, left Windsor,
December 17, 1804 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Hoads. However bliore, an'! i!. t- the JOtli •*i Novcima-r, w.tl. vthir On ihe Ui. i a'U j . at

Hoads. However bliore, an'! i!. t- the JOtli •*i Novcima-r, w.tl. vthir On ihe Ui. i a'U j . at

seven llu- they stl a.iii. l wester v wind, which lew violence day, au<l .ddlleti.aiMe.it U< lh N"i th. lit llieevtnine tln‘4w.. \achti. un'y lew leagues the Swedish t-javl. but not l»ifc &).ore oi wind untJ the r of ’Hliy ‘.rn tofeecp the tilJ break but ..t one iti the morning
December 17, 1804 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
LO\DO\

LO\DO\

TNSURANCE is granted by this OfTirc homes* 1 Buildings, Manufactories. Ships, and all oilk r \‘c*ss» Is, Goods, Mtrcliandigo. ARVING STOCK, and other Pru. p-rty Iron Loss or Dimaj>e bv Fire. The Direr tots icturn (hanks to Public the onprrccd' Prefer given Uietn this OfPcc» they
December 25, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN I N TELLIG EN CE.

FOREIGN I N TELLIG EN CE.

FOREIGN I N TELLIG CE. Cihrahur, Am, 14.—The dreadful malignant fever which has been raging here these two months,is abating vetv fast. The number of deaths daily for this week past has not exceeded live, and not single person has died since yesterday morning, cither in the army
December 25, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England