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OFFICE OF ORDNANCE,

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE,

14th November, 1804. principal Officers his Majejly’s Ordnance, *d.bo give notice, that Pro^ofab -witt be received lUir Office in St. Margaret-fireet, WcftminJUr, and at the Ordnance Office, in,be Gan tVbarf, a, Portfmutb, their Officer, there, or before Saturday the 1 yh of Dec
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
J. C. MOTTLEY, at th(

J. C. MOTTLEY, at th(

_,D ADVERTISEMENTS ARE T. ™ Mr Tribe I ewi<! Cell Rydi, Upper, Mr.Tour.g TitchHlLD, Mr. Tapbcr M Treakell ChlCßl.ts*. Mr. SmMtr Farnham Mr. ' Elfhick Llathirhrad, Jardine , Ryde, Lower, £ani, Winchr.tsr, W Mr. Treaktl Seagrave Fareham, . Havant Colt Midhurst, Ringwooo, Waltham,
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LOSS OF THE ROMNEY.

LOSS OF THE ROMNEY.

LOSS O°F PI RQNINiu Mp7La tW 6taing tbe loft of hbis Ma-l1.'s J/ip Rommy, :ise Hor. yawna Celveitz Captain, ?? S. W. Haah, en ?? the Xitb of Aravnbqer, 1804. - At nine o'clock on the morning of the x8th of November weighed' and made fail from Yarmouth roads, in order to join his
December 8, 1804 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

i a% Vo. P . . Niote of ?? Jackson, delivered to t%7e Prussi.a ,: i?5t*73y, Oct. 28,,l 8O+ . T HE .Undersigned Envoy Exti.iots~lilltry and' JL inister PlenipoteIttiary oL his Bitanhiic Ua- icsty, a4dresses himself this ay to 1liE Exaelincy; ?? de Hardenberg, -Minister of State, a
December 8, 1804 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TH1E MORNING CHROaICLE. LONDON: 1'SD..ESlPAT, DEC MEfR? :X. Letters from Irdatnd, by yeflerday's mail., bring us the important intelligence, that on the 5th inftant, three regiments which had been embarked at the Cove of Cork, for foreign frvice, were fuddenly difembark- ed, and
December 12, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIRROR OF FASHION.

THE MIRROR OF FASHIONf. Ehe - TO 6HEW on- TEU VREV AGE AND BODY ON TSHri TIMS, ITS FORM ng, AND FRa55URE. ier- THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Thir Evening, their Majeffies Servants will perform The RIVALS. *: vill Sir AnthouyAbfolute, Mr.Dowtou; Captain Abfolute, Mr. tle Barrymore; F
December 12, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

a! E. W S.. en WS. 7E5 rere DWiEjr, Dtc. ?? a Jetter juf received -hron tear- off Calais, from an Officer on board our fquadron, I fter learn tfiat on Saturday, every thing being prepared to atr oni. tempt fomething againrfE the enemy's new Colulku ded Wrd. works, wihich a nnoy o
December 12, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

;4M ELi- iow i .OtUkr OF KING's BN'Cti,' . 7 . Sitlng" before Lord ELL EN U 5RoV4oi*, 0 1itflaier. TAE gIN3 V. HERRIOT AWX OTHERS. The ATTORNEV GENERAL ftated that this was an ?? brought by him, as pubkt profecutor, asainl. John Herriotand John Taylor, Efqrs. as proprietors, and
December 8, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

TmTRE42R.~ ?? .-L4Nit.-Laft nigh.the .qung Rnsciua made his grit-appearanceson rhdeboards of this Theatre. It is not eafy to fay, whether thofe ?? fee him ho'haie tot fteeu' 'im be@;6re, or thofl ubh have had- a full opportunity to judge of his merits." By multi.tides of the-one
December 11, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
'TO A YOUNG LADY, teeing « Cal the wane of her Piano Fvrte. THY nates, sweet nymph, the very cats

'TO A YOUNG LADY, teeing « Cal the wane of her Piano Fvrte. THY nates, sweet nymph, the very cats

caress, with jov the lire : While Orphean powers thus thy imusic ble«s. Let me adore what eveu brutes admire. DAMON AND SKUM. A POETICAL DIALOGUE. BiSfOV. COMK, how'r invites our song, Where gently lan the lyre C<»n»r, join with uie tlie Mum's' tuneful song, And mine another Lov
December 14, 1804 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England