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Plymouth, Dec. 27.-— Arrived a sloop called the Mysore, which sailed with the outward bound fleet under the Castor, and but for the assistance she re- ceirtgtrom the Hon. Capt. Paclt, in the Endymhn, ?? Finisterre. would, in all probability, been lost, as she had suffered dreadf
December 31, 1804 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
'FICE,

'FICE,

December 29, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
CORNWALL INFIRMARY, THU no. THE Committee licld here this day, desire the attendance ol the Governors the Jufinnarv, Thursday the

CORNWALL INFIRMARY, THU no. THE Committee licld here this day, desire the attendance ol the Governors the Jufinnarv, Thursday the

th January next, jt twelve o’clock |ireciselv. J. WAiIREN, ih Dec. 1804. Treasurer. Oranges and Lemo)is. -jP\ AILY expected, a C A RGOof OR ANGES and I.KMONS, which will sold on amv»l> reasonable terras, by WILLIAM WILLIAMS. Penrvn, Decemlier 27, 1804.
December 29, 1804 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Promotions.—Commissions signed the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Southampton. Duke of Gloucester's New Forest Infantry —Adjutant William Frederick Hill

Promotions.—Commissions signed the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Southampton. Duke of Gloucester's New Forest Infantry —Adjutant William Frederick Hill

to be Captain Btevet. Portsmouth Battalion.'— Cooper, Gent, siesta nt-Surgeon. Andover, and K'herweU Buttalion.*- Moses Edney, Gent, to Ensign, vice Stares, resigned. 3 ist Regiment Foot. —Lieutenant William Lament, from the Light Dragoons, to Captain ot a Company, without purch
December 31, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Teyoninhokerawen; or, Captain John Norton, the Mohawk Chief.

Teyoninhokerawen; or, Captain John Norton, the Mohawk Chief.

Of the many llluftrious who have occahonally viGted Bath, we may confider this lntereftmg American aj by no means the lead refpeftable. Though his ftay was little more than three days (from Tuefday n Friday) yet the interval was filled up with fuch numerous traits of amiable dif
December 29, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 

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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION On the day of January next, between the hours of 4 and o'clock in the

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION On the day of January next, between the hours of 4 and o'clock in the

afternoon, Mr. FefnyhoUgll's, the White Lion Inn, Urfoxetcr, in the County of Stafford, (in one or more Lort) fnhjrft to fuch conditions will then produced, un'eft previoufly dtfpofrd of hy private ronrratt, of which timely notice will he given, ALL that Freehold well accuAomcd
December 29, 1804 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ASH WOOD FOR SALE.

ASH WOOD FOR SALE.

TO SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the evening of Saturday the day of January, ISOS, the dwelling-house Mbs Ann Johnstone, the sign the Queen’s-head, in the city of Carlisle, TWO LOTS of full-grown valuable ASH TIMBER, belonging to Mr. William Matthews, and now'landing or being upon
December 29, 1804 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
few evenings since, some person persons got up to the window of bed-room, at the Plough, in Little Bourton, Oxfordshire,

few evenings since, some person persons got up to the window of bed-room, at the Plough, in Little Bourton, Oxfordshire,

in which lay tiie dead body a man ; they puiled sheet from off the body, unpinned another which was wrapped round it, and were drawing towards the window, when fortunately the head struck againit a pewter plate, which, falling the floor, by its noise alarmed the people in the ho
December 29, 1804 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
STOPPED to be STOLEN,—A DARK M/ikii, supposed have been taken the extern M-.le of Sahdnuy. 'lne owner, proving- the marks,

STOPPED to be STOLEN,—A DARK M/ikii, supposed have been taken the extern M-.le of Sahdnuy. 'lne owner, proving- the marks,

: .', 'V ,V-. a y iT, S '| exptnci-o, mar have her by apuivimr ivlr. VVihiam Baiiv, Lamb inn, Frome, X. 11.e p-rson -,n whose keeping- she was is now cus- Lucy ironic, iBLI guinea reward. ! , December instant, near ,' vl , c * Southampton and ' \ i wuh tanned and whit* ; «'•!->
December 31, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
MOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising the Toll Gates, called the Box and Gates, the Turnpike Road leading

MOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising the Toll Gates, called the Box and Gates, the Turnpike Road leading

from the Cross Keys, otherwise Bricker's Barn, the parish Coisham, the county Wills, to Bridge, in the county Somerset, will be LETT by AUCTION the bidder, at the White Hart Inn, in Chippenham, Tuesday the 13 day of January next, between the hours of eleven and one o'clock in th
December 31, 1804 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England