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CORRESPONDENCE;

CORRESPONDENCE;

London, Wednesday Evening, Dec. 19. Levee.-— His Majefty arrived in town this morn- ing, and went to the Play at night. Abont two o'clock he held a Levee. Sir Charles Pole prefented 'the Report of the CommiflToners of Naval Enquiry. Sir John B. Wairen had an audience on his retu
December 22, 1804 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
OUR KINTRY; or, A GRAVE O't.

OUR KINTRY; or, A GRAVE O't.

A PAT-ToTIC Ml.;, Tc the Tune oi " Whittle o'er the Live ?? _v j any m iy ?? ajtko* of THt ro*M .r *" etas bow." Honariarte, At th: se_. Vnre-..*"iis you aH thrent-t ;re { i>j;, " «>rn',e li_ude,.- T tlu _•<» Iw, ■v • il whistle o'er the i .vo it. Let hliT. come, or lei hrm -ma
December 22, 1804 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
fl^atliet r&eraiu—Correa.

fl^atliet r&eraiu—Correa.

fl^atliet r&eraiu— Correa. MARK LANE. MONDAY, ?? 10.-GRAIN. ,w 1, * Ts f 7 few ve * c " fr " m Esse,t anJ Kent in turn for this day', m.rkei, and, in consequence, ihe fresh supply of Wheat of our o*n ? row-(h was quite scintv for ti.e t me of rear • having ,„ tlw runs a few sampl
December 15, 1804 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

The Gold Cup, value ?? and (rpwar.t, by a SubfcriptiotV of logs each, (ii. more than ten Sub- fcriber-, the furplus to he paid to the winner in fpecie) for any horfe, &c. three-year olds, 6fi. jib. four-year olds, 7ft. ialb. five-year aid*, Sit. 81b. Ox-year olds, and aged horfe
December 15, 1804 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO SOLD BY AUCTION, By Thomas Shorthofe, AT HANLEY, Oa Tuefday the ilt. day of January, 1805, and the following

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, By Thomas Shorthofe, AT HANLEY, Oa Tuefday the ilt. day of January, 1805, and the following

days, VERY neat ami excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, which will without refer ve. The where the atricles will fold and the particulars will appear future paper This Sale will well worth the attention any want 1U SOLI) AUCTION, By Thomas Shorthofe, OF HAN'LEY, the Premifes, at the
December 15, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
STONE ASSOCIATION. THE Members of the Stone AfTociation for the profecution of Felons, are requefted to attend the annual meeting

STONE ASSOCIATION. THE Members of the Stone AfTociation for the profecution of Felons, are requefted to attend the annual meeting

at the Crown Inn, Stone, Wednefday the 19th day of December inftant. Dinner provided at the expence of the Affectation large two o'clock. Stunc, sth Dec. 1804. TO BE LET OR SOLD. B* PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Set of POTWORKS in Lane, in Hanley in the Staff Jidftiire Potteries, now in t
December 8, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

CORN EXCHANGE, DECEMBER As long as the navigate permitted the working our corn vessels, the supplies most Gram were plentiful , the frost,however, setting in, has put a stop to the business on the river, and but few si.'es made trom the and granaries. So little being done, aIJ u
December 31, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZE MONEY.

DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZE MONEY.

To the Cosmopolite private ship of war, for the capture of the Twee Gysberfs cargo, will paid at the Ship Tavern, LeadenhalLstreet, on Tuesday the' 18th, and Thursday the inst. To the Spencer, PEsperance, and Bonetta, for the capture of Volcan, May 4, 1796, will paid at No. 7, W
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH,

PORTSMOUTH,

Saturday, December 22. Saturday the remains of Lieutenant William Askew, and Mr. Aaron Seymour, midshipman, of his Majesty's ship Triumph, were interred with military honours at Chapel. The Russian squadron sailed Monday for Thursday morning a waterman was found frozen death beh
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

COWES. Aa rived —William, Hunt, from Charleston, laden with coffee, cotton. Sec. General Weyne, Conkiln, from Tdnningen. loseph, Gibbs, from London, with bale goods, Sec. Neuen Staaden, Stottero, from the Straights of Malaga, laden with pepper, Arrack and Madeira, in distress, h
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England