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SHOCKING ACCIDEAT.

SHOCKING ACCIDEAT.

On Friday night, the cook-maid of Mr. Walsh, law-stationer, is the Temple, went into the office about ten o'clock, and having approached too near the fire, her cloaths caught it, and were in a moment in a blaze. Her master and mistress being froth home, and no person on the %am.
December 24, 1804 - British Press - London, London, England
 
LEEDS, December 24

LEEDS, December 24

Tune is hardly a county in the Kingdom which has not more or lefs benefited from all the great Prizes, in the iaft Lottery, being foid in fhares. From this uncommon occurrence, many augur that Fortune means in future to be more jaft irrthe diflrfbution of her favours. But be thi
December 24, 1804 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WINCHESTER,

WINCHESTER,

Sat US PAY, December '22. Thursday sse'nnigivt was married Newbury, Mr. son of Mrs. Marriner, city, Miss Grove, Nrwbtiry. Lately died lVnnl>av,-in the mourable the East India Company*J service, Lieutenant Druitt, eidrst son Mr. Druitt, ihi< ctty. We are sorry announcr the death
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

CORN EXCHANGE, DEC I'M BE R It, Out arrivals What very considerable .j but the hue nor in proportion to the inierior hence high terms demanded and tor the torint-r, whiie tie Utter ell at r-due tic- and Js. per ouroter. The supply Barley is * a plentiful one, prices io*er. Malt
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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December 24, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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DOLPHINS INN, SOUTHAMPTON. THE WINTER BALL for the MASTER of the CEREMONIES yill be Tuesdsy, Jan.,i, 1805. Tickets be had

DOLPHINS INN, SOUTHAMPTON. THE WINTER BALL for the MASTER of the CEREMONIES yill be Tuesdsy, Jan.,i, 1805. Tickets be had

the' Circulating Libraries, and Mr. Lynne, Above Bar. ANPOVER CONCERT. 'THE Committee for regulating the above beg leave to inform the Subscribers and the Public, that the next MONTHLY CONCERT and BALL will be on day of December, and having engaged two Performers eminence, flatt
December 24, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Mentz, Dec. i—Yefterday the poles or ftandards, which indica'e taking pofleffion, were erefted in the Ifiands of the Rhine, on

Mentz, Dec. i—Yefterday the poles or ftandards, which indica'e taking pofleffion, were erefted in the Ifiands of the Rhine, on

this fide the Thalweg (toll way,) which had not before been formerly done. An error in our Journals had for twenty hours circulated the report that the Ifiantfe on the other fide of the Thalweg had likevvife been taken under the favcreignty of the French ;.,but this was immediat
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Crown Inn, Portsmouth,

Crown Inn, Portsmouth,

MR. HERMAN refpe&ful'y begs to acquaint the Nobilit /, Gentry, and Subl'cribers to the PORTSMOUTH ASSEMBLI ES, that the next Allembiy (which is advcrtifed in the front Page of this Paper for Thurfday next)is, on account or the Holidays, portioned due notice of the time will be g
December 24, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
The eleopetl and iUJiriit For Coughs, Colds, and Asthmas C'HURCir* COUGH DROPS, / cine, liavt been loog known and approved,

The eleopetl and iUJiriit For Coughs, Colds, and Asthmas C'HURCir* COUGH DROPS, / cine, liavt been loog known and approved,

a» i j very little be said it to tlie u l.li ■ »' tli* bet preparation (or recent.Colds, Couvrh,, m.a Confirmed Amlinum The many dunn, twelve year, trial, have eonfimied the high eitinufiai in wliiili it Im. been long lield. A recent Cud Cough yields to few doses, and the most c
December 24, 1804 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England