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DRUGGIST /(no PERFUMER, WORKINGTON. Richardson Thompson inform Inhabitant, Workington, and ir, Vicinltr, that ha, thi» Day opened BHOP. in tlie

DRUGGIST /(no PERFUMER, WORKINGTON. Richardson Thompson inform Inhabitant, Workington, and ir, Vicinltr, that ha, thi» Day opened BHOP. in tlie

old Marker Piaee, in the DRUGGIST and PERFUMERY Line; where he flatter* himfeif, keeping genuine Article, and felling upon the .lowed Term*, merit the Faeoor* of the Public at Gentlemen. Farmer,. *e. mar with the heft HORnE and COW MEDICINES &e. MEDICINE CHESTS and PRESCRIPTIONS
December 25, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
porter !n «,. ■ when malt .nd hop. We>t about Pr Tn«re U one Ron* »;n, , barrel., ,nd there

porter !n «,. ■ when malt .nd hop. We>t about Pr Tn«re U one Ron* »;n, , barrel., ,nd there

jre ** which , *7 feet ,o brivl-.t, and fj,"* % Hied <• i>h iron five incl.r. Jill.irre, and towald! cove.cd wi.b bnop,._ , . .V 11 '*'><* e<ch of hoi ~bo.» j «,VaV'l Mr. fi|e machinery. It v.r nuod, .he malMi; l .,| 'h.„ (1.,m1y When wanted, and r..ife.t'.e .1 *'”• ihecdla,,. |
December 25, 1804 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
LO\DO\

LO\DO\

TNSURANCE is granted by this OfTirc homes* 1 Buildings, Manufactories. Ships, and all oilk r \‘c*ss» Is, Goods, Mtrcliandigo. ARVING STOCK, and other Pru. p-rty Iron Loss or Dimaj>e bv Fire. The Direr tots icturn (hanks to Public the onprrccd' Prefer given Uietn this OfPcc» they
December 25, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN I N TELLIG EN CE.

FOREIGN I N TELLIG EN CE.

FOREIGN I N TELLIG CE. Cihrahur, Am, 14.—The dreadful malignant fever which has been raging here these two months,is abating vetv fast. The number of deaths daily for this week past has not exceeded live, and not single person has died since yesterday morning, cither in the army
December 25, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Frnrn the HA MBURdH MAIL. Madrid, Nm. 15.—Ye»twdav at noon, the Charge cTAlfanet., Mr. Frerr, Irfl this city.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Frnrn the HA MBURdH MAIL. Madrid, Nm. 15.—Ye»twdav at noon, the Charge cTAlfanet., Mr. Frerr, Irfl this city.

The nltima'um which hi* gate in on the part of his Court, was 'not found salisfactory by ours. We there eapect a war with England. The Vales, which, on the first intelligence of the capture of nor frigates olf Cadis, fell to 5!2 per cent, discount, afterwards rose again, and wer
December 25, 1804 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-I.ANE. To-morrow Evening, THE BUSY BODY. Sir George Airy, Mr. Barry more ; Marplot, Mr. Banni- ster ;

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-I.ANE. To-morrow Evening, THE BUSY BODY. Sir George Airy, Mr. Barry more ; Marplot, Mr. Banni- ster ;

Miranda, Mi-S Duncan; I*_bin_a, Mrs. Scott. Alter which will be presented (for the first time), a New Pantomimic Bullet, called OLD HARLEQUIN'- FIRE-SIDE. With RICHARD CCEUR DE LION. On Thursday, King; Richard the Third ; Gloucester, Mr. Elhston; with rhe Caravan. THEATRE ROYAL.
December 25, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY*

ORIGINAL POETRY*

%:\1 ?? . W|f-T£R. , feL_AK blow, the wind— fast fills the snow, Sol's geir.ll rays are fled ; The flood (frost's fiend forbids to flow), Sleeps j>a its pebbly bed. Aquarius stern! of rigid birth, His urn relnt.-ns pours ; T.Y irnp-t'oas «;.'i._n descend*, to earth, Dropping-rfi
December 25, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
. _ j .- — i ?? m LONDON, Printed by S BYRNE, and J. .NOTT, Ko- 334. Slltaa '

. _ j .- — i ?? m LONDON, Printed by S BYRNE, and J. .NOTT, Ko- 334. Slltaa '

December 25, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
tAir L\tEtLicence. COURT CU.\NtERV.-*-o*c»M»*R 14- CLERKf.NWEi.L ELECTION. Ceunselwerc this day heard considerable length, Lincoln’s-Inn Hall, before the I,ord Chancellor, on

tAir L\tEtLicence. COURT CU.\NtERV.-*-o*c»M»*R 14- CLERKf.NWEi.L ELECTION. Ceunselwerc this day heard considerable length, Lincoln’s-Inn Hall, before the I,ord Chancellor, on

the merits ol' an application made ccrtiin p.itishidncrs of the parish St. James, Clerkenweil, against the Election the Rev. Mr. Foster, as Minister or Curate of that parish, egainst the Churchwardens of the parish, for partiality atid injustice in the discharge of their officia
December 25, 1804 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

A parifti clerk in the north of England not long ago hired a Scotchman fur his fervant, who was at the cart and plough, and other occafional jobs when wanted. In theconrfe ofconverlation at hiring, the clerk him, if could fubmit to the unplealant bnlinefs of digging graves ? to
December 25, 1804 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England