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Evening, Deceiubef MARRIED.] On Tuesday last, special licence, James Esq. only son the Bishop Lichfield, and M. for Eye, in Suffolk, Mis* Dickins, eldest daughter "of Francis Dickins, Esq. M. P. for this county. Saturday sennight, Mr. Taskcr, grocer, to Miss Cox, both of iitratf
December 22, 1804 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
‘UK ON t!IK nn<i hiuTiMiTim MIMI IN im: i:\si. [From fb»* Ovt-'W SPiMT of OiscovfHV. tin* ('.i \r^i'r«r Poem, the

‘UK ON t!IK nn<i hiuTiMiTim MIMI IN im: i:\si. [From fb»* Ovt-'W SPiMT of OiscovfHV. tin* ('.i \r^i'r«r Poem, the

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December 27, 1804 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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December 23, 1804 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
lISPATCH. Lon Don.

lISPATCH. Lon Don.

SUNDAr, DEC. 113. A war with Spain, which has been eipefted for many months, is now no longer doubtful. It was to have forefeen that Bonaparte would not ruff& that imbecile and defpicable nation to continue at peace with us a ment beyond the period of our cutting of his fupplies
December 23, 1804 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE. ,

LAW INTELLIGENCE. ,

LjeAnt DKr w. hilaaateTT.—This caufe wal tried on Tirefilay, the King's Bench. It eosin aaion upon a Policy of Inforance, brought by the plaintiff, ps agent of Mars. Krutbers, fubjeflo of King of Denmark, ;again* the defendant, a &kith aierchant end angler. writer. The policy wa
December 23, 1804 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

pmu tlnn te4ll il es3c 4 , reivehrcrown. We evrset the following from a private letter, from rin - Officer on boafd Lord Nelfan's {feet. It Is dared April 171- " On the 9 , 1) ii . ‘filist we ivere bear getting one or two of ill:. gnycny's Ihp. 'Clore oflTimiloii, the Arrazon fr
December 27, 1804 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
-te . • er•lasoc; to Ante, received tottertal .hurt. The vioience..:* the (Form, which it is imepollsle for me accurar..l

-te . • er•lasoc; to Ante, received tottertal .hurt. The vioience..:* the (Form, which it is imepollsle for me accurar..l

,. to dcfcribe, or Ole gene. terror which it excited, lsegan gradually abate about ii o'clock, had 114%41 at midnight. The fithtmen who were in their boats, , tithing in the offing during the tcmpeft, relate this morning, that a trmaeridous blase, appar:nr ly procerding from fom
December 27, 1804 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE. DOWNING-STREET, JUNE S.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. DOWNING-STREET, JUNE S.

The King has been pleafed to appoint Charles Arbuthnot, Eat. to be his Majelly's Ambaffador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Sublime Ottoman Porte.—The Kirtg has been pleafed to appoint Benjamin Garlicke, Efq. to be His Majefty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minitter Plenipot
December 27, 1804 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
From the LONDON GA ZETTE.

From the LONDON GA ZETTE.

ADMIRALTY OFFICI, jtl/11 Id. , a Letter ft °ln Vire-Admiral Sir Andrew Mitchell, K. .li. Comirwirder in ( Li: Ship and in North )orerica, to William Meriden, 0. at Btrosila, the of .4prilp 1804. Si a—Herewith 1 tranfmit two letters from Captain Bradley, of his Majeity's 'hip the
December 27, 1804 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
now Cent you. I regret you fhould have ex. pored yourfelf to fa,much cenfure, and would re-commend to you the

now Cent you. I regret you fhould have ex. pored yourfelf to fa,much cenfure, and would re-commend to you the

propriety of fettling with GA *ROW, by making him as handfome an at. lowance as rflitile, as b?ing the belt means of removing the feverity of the Lord Advotate's opinion. "I am Sir, your moil ohediet t Servant, " T. Mr. Mril4a. (S.si.cd) P.T. Kw-E." .IVNI IT. The following in ,
December 27, 1804 - Government Gazette (India) - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India