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' ' « 2 ?? •»:•-•- AMERICAN CO^GRLS3 •WASHINGTON, Nov. 8, -804. « | This day at twelve o'clock, ihfe President of the United S<ptes, by Mr. Bar v. ell, his Secre- tary, delivered the following Message to both Houses of Congress : TO THE SENATe AND HjOVSE-O? REPRESENTATIVES -, OF
December 12, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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?? "-» - THE ROYAL FAitIJY It was generally supposed, that the R. ' nev*r again reside in the Castle, ha,i„ 2 tl U^\ of its being so i ntei J* £&*$ That inconvenience has been obviated h v ?? own sußgesti.ns, wh>, we before stated I M ?? _ rent architec.. Inst.ad of the R OY " V
December 11, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DESERTERS. '•

DESERTERS. '•

Bc^.v-strf f.t. — It ha-fing been represented "to SirRicHARD Ford that.a number < * ckrerters from different regiments', were ..-suprxxsed to .lie con- cealed and harboured- in St. Giles's, K-11-iriell'. bu Irf- ings, Barrett's-courr, Oxford-street- ?? searyh' warrants were issu
December 11, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
£>aturoap'2! post.

£>aturoap'2! post.

TIIEIK Majesties and the 5 Princesses attended Drury-laneTheatre on Wed- nesday night, to witness the represen- tation of* The School for Scandal,' and the entertainment of Cinderella.'—TheTheatre u-as uncommonly crowded, and their Ma- jesties, and the different branches of the
December 12, 1804 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
CneSDap'fii post.

CneSDap'fii post.

On Friday morning about <) o^olock, his Majesty arrived at Windsor Castle "from Kew. As soon us his Majesty bed ?? off his travelling dress, and pfctt on the Ox- ford Blues uniform, he came out of the Castle, mounted his charger, ami attended by Geii. Fitzroy, tlie Equerry in Wa
December 12, 1804 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
GREAT TYTHES OF .MULLION

GREAT TYTHES OF .MULLION

GREAT TYTHES .MULLION To be Sold by Private Contract, THE REVERSION in FEE alter the death ul one U'e, aged about years. All, every, and singular the TYTHE SHEAF uVihe parish of EI.ION, in the coumv of Guru, ill, with the Tyihe B.im and Mowhay'thereto ueiuuguig; which |iarish is
December 8, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
York Herald.

York Herald.

WEEKLY SUMMARY. Eeiitr a brirf Detail of all Domestic and Foreign Transactions ?? of notice since mtr last. The Moniteur contains another account of a ronfpiracy, which is faid to involve, as prin- cipal and conductor, Mr. Taylor, the Bri- tii"h Envoy to the Kleclof of lleffe Ca
December 8, 1804 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

CO** EXCHANGE, DECEMBER *. There «ai the price Wheat the (after -<nd (he week, but the terms last again (from short supply, resumed this (nt prime samples, before noted, fine Old and fetch mote than our" currency. Barley likewise dearer, are most ether articles, accepting Tease
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ALL Persons indebted the Estate and Effect* of Mr*. JANE BERRY, Warnfore, Hants, are requested immediately to pay the tame

ALL Persons indebted the Estate and Effect* of Mr*. JANE BERRY, Warnfore, Hants, are requested immediately to pay the tame

Mr. DD, of Stake's Farm, near Bishop's WaU tham, one of the Assignee* the said Estate. And at! Persons having any Claims thereon are to send the tame Mr. Roseat Bunt*, Mr. Solicitor, REGULUS OF ANTIMONY. 11, - FRY, STEELE, and Co. Letter-fijondeia, Type antes, London, very acqua
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
To MERCHANTS and MANUFACTURERS. A GENTLEMAN,established in considerable mercantile concern, proffers hi? service general ag«nt to persons of respectability, who

To MERCHANTS and MANUFACTURERS. A GENTLEMAN,established in considerable mercantile concern, proffers hi? service general ag«nt to persons of respectability, who

may think proper to use ht» medium for the sale of foreign and .aland produce or manufactures. 43....59 Those who may prefer immediate advance muney on a deposit goods, may on all occasions meet enectual aids, at five per cent, interest per annum. Letters, post paid, addressed t
December 11, 1804 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England