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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Simpion, of hrin e.-.lrect. Soho. London, •jirh-maltrr. Kihound WoodrolTe, of tVoollaste.n, Glnuceatcrshite, iroa-manutae. Folliott CUrX. CovcntrvjUn London, hosier. Henry Fisher, of Hawkfuu-'t t. hop-merchant. ip' punting Kichxids of B»th, baker. Jnh. Carr, of fiialiupvvt armru
December 4, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SOUND LIST.

SOUND LIST.

Shift & Capleiia Frim To loadvir Nov. 13. Fame, Spink Newcastle Rostock gootli Margaret, Bionn ditto Pillau coal* ElJimire, \'„v. 13.—The from London, under the Mcicator, evening; and the Charles armed proceeds with the trade, first fair wind, for Hull- Sut.dav next the Mercator
December 4, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, DECEMBER 1.

LONDON, DECEMBER 1.

LONDO.1-1, DECEMBERr., ?? I :i 14 | I "2 1 :j~ 1 m2 ~ ?? ~;t E;R':RS were yeleordyreceive&fr J[..;dGCadiz, by way of Hlilaa4;. daatd the 26th "of Oftober which- ?? later thit thofe receivedby ?? . ?? 'thefe' we are happy'to learn that the fever id-fo fhr fubfided in _hatpcity, th
December 4, 1804 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I his Day is publifife!, elcgantly prbited Oit fine Fapcr an,, Hot prrllcd orice Is 61. in Boards, NMIEMOIRS of the LLIE ofWILLIAM HEN-. 1V1 RY WESTB' I' known Iby tile Name of the YoUNc, Roscuios with a ?? Eltiniate of his Ialcits, and a Cri- I tiquc on his principal Charadears
December 4, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WHEREAS a PACK at LINENS about six hundred weight, to Wm. Sedgwick, Hull, has not gone hand, apprehensions are enterta;ned

WHEREAS a PACK at LINENS about six hundred weight, to Wm. Sedgwick, Hull, has not gone hand, apprehensions are enterta;ned

it must hav«g*t into some wrong carriers hands. Any person giving information respecting it, shall handsomely rewarded applying to the * said Wm. Sedgwick, or to Printer hereof. NOTICE IS HeIeBY GIVEN, j THAT the commissioners for putting into execution the powers of an Act Parl
December 4, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE IMPERIAL MANTLES.

THE IMPERIAL MANTLES.

Persons who have seen the lin portal Mantle of his Majesty the fallowing description of it. his Mantle is the finest velvet, of amaranth colour, four ells (six yards English) long from the extremity of the train to the top of the collar, and nearly eight wiile.— The ground paner
December 4, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
. Shares are selling at cvwjr Licensed Lottery Office,

. Shares are selling at cvwjr Licensed Lottery Office,

. Shares are selling cvwjr Licensed Lottery Office, Prior of TickM . • . „ .r Kifloh H,l 1 Sixteenth 14 persons in the will Itr «upplicdwithTickcii lhc * Jn ' if pre»em, tending W Office Oidcti. sfootl Btllt, Ciih, Bank Kote«, woeTol termer Li«l< riet, to any P' l LICENSEP I.OTIF
December 4, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
aciimet. , -, Roscius made his second appearance • 'V—lt was not to be that the public ■ n, .

aciimet. , -, Roscius made his second appearance • 'V—lt was not to be that the public ■ n, .

have abated, or indeed will soon ' ' _i,jr t!v press and struggle were nut great ,hL-Vst night. The alarming description ■'l 'lj-,;,-. paViic prints contained, the dangers, 1 ..1 accidents, to wh'di sucli numbers '' don that memorable cflcasion, contribut. t not 1- to moderate t
December 4, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
had already passed through tvro parts of the emwre with an uninterrupted career success, and the thjrJ now only remained

had already passed through tvro parts of the emwre with an uninterrupted career success, and the thjrJ now only remained

for his scene ot action. 11 his performance at Edinburgh, had been yery little heard of England, but his fame was now extending itself rapidly in every direttion ; and the continual rumours of his extraordinary talents began to excite attention even in London. Mr. M'Cready, the
December 4, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
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December 4, 1804 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India