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MR. COMMISSIONER HOPE'S BALL

MR. COMMISSIONER HOPE'S BALL

Chatham, Dec. 26. — Since the arrival of the Guards, this place has become famous for fashion- able amusements — one entertainment is succeeded by another. A few evenings since Mr. Hope, the Commissioner at this station, gave a most superb Ball at his house near this town. The r
December 28, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
teste* day being St. John — Holiday at att tbe Public Ofpctt. HIGH WATE-Ti-T LONDON BRIDGE THIS DAY. Morninr, 0

teste* day being St. John — Holiday at att tbe Public Ofpctt. HIGH WATE-Ti-T LONDON BRIDGE THIS DAY. Morninr, 0

m. past 12. I Evening, 13 m. past 1•_
December 28, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIED— On Thursday," by special licence, ]ohn Broad- ley, Esq. of the Borough, . Southwark, to Miss Laetitia Bloxam, daughter

MARRIED— On Thursday," by special licence, ]ohn Broad- ley, Esq. of the Borough, . Southwark, to Miss Laetitia Bloxam, daughter

-of Sir Mat hew Bloxam, M P On Saturday, at Lambeth Church, Richard Wood, Esq of Scot .-yard, to Miss Wilson, of Lombard-street. DIED— On Thursday last, at his seat near Richmond, Mr -Pigou, formerly a Directors of the Bank andlndia House
December 26, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL CORNWALL GAZETTE,

THE ROYAL CORNWALL GAZETTE,

78.] urday, December 22, 1804. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY" T. FLINDELL, LEMON-STREET, TRURO. CORNWALL. < GAME CERTIFICATES issued within the said County, from the sth Jay Sejrtember 1804, the 4th day of December following inclusive A | b -- Andrew, .las. pent. Redruthrrot, ot, Joh
December 22, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
DESERTED

DESERTED

From the Koval of Mikbrc I laviiiKat llaverfor.l West. jOENJAMIN CH.APPLE, aged ab J years, feet inches, brown ciunpl long visage, grey eyes, and dark hair; of the purl,U Camborne, in the county Of Cornwall, b .* miner, had when deserted, round * duck trowsers, two flannel regim
December 22, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
KING'S THEATRE. THIS EVENING, Thursday, Dec. 27, will be performed. a New Grand Serious Opera, called LA VERGINE DEL SOLE.

KING'S THEATRE. THIS EVENING, Thursday, Dec. 27, will be performed. a New Grand Serious Opera, called LA VERGINE DEL SOLE.

Music by Andreozzi. End ofthe First Att, a NEW DIVER TISEMENT, com* posed by Mr. D^Egville.- „ End of the Opera will 'be presented, the Grand Ballet or LE JUGEMENT DU BLRGER PARIS. The Public are r.spoitfullv informed, that Tickets ot ■*»j mission for the night are ready to be d
December 27, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
T pvr-QN T .. A^A^_B Q 4— The NAVY I i' C l f 7 ?? *£&iP;rWX at - the

T pvr-QN T .. A^A^_B Q 4— The NAVY I i' C l f 7 ?? *£&iP;rWX at - the

S hake S pear, _}r .. ?? Meeting for the season I '• rnv n aod Anchor Tavern, in the Strand, on Wcdn« »f C tltf9 th of January. 1805. GEORGE DAYSHs__' tfi* • p.P-vr.v table p* y lv -| , at n - ve- "» sec - HospiTTirD^rri^: V ro-morrow b«ns Christmas riar, TWO SERViovc V; Preache
December 24, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FROM THE FRENCH PAPERS.

FROM THE FRENCH PAPERS.

(received last night.) lATE ATTACK ON CALAIS BATTERY. Calais, Dae. o>— The English, under corer of a very thick fog, directed last night against Fort Rouge, which defends the entrance of the port and road, a fire-ship, which blew up at a short distance from that fori and the pie
December 24, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD CATTLE SHOW.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE SHOW.

The number amatuirs who flocked Friday i to fee the Prize Cattle was greater than any | former occafion; and from* about eleven till two o'clock, Mr. Wootton's yard anil premifes, where the cattle (land, were fo thronged that it was very difficult for the perfons prefent to move
December 22, 1804 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

An Order of-Council for laying an Embargo upon all veftels received his jetty's yefterday s was carried into execution tlie in the River, and was all the The Government have nlready adopted a. but with little detriment us, fur there are not more than three four vellels the ports
December 22, 1804 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England