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and including the Bavarian army, at seventy thousand men ; but supposing it to amount to only twothirls that efficient

and including the Bavarian army, at seventy thousand men ; but supposing it to amount to only twothirls that efficient

strength, it is a formidable force when directed "against the flanks of an army. The object of this column appears to . be to perm- , trate into Bohemia, and force a passage to Vienna by that route; but there we trust their progress will be interrupted by the Russians, whose arr
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
STAASBURGH, OCT. $.

STAASBURGH, OCT. $.

This day at noon were presented to Her Majesty the EMPUESS, the Prefect of the Department of the Lower Rhine, and other public functionaries. At the same audience eighty young Ladies'of the first families of Strasburgh were admitted to present to IMPEMAL MAJESTY the homage,, of
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MADRID, SEPT. 9.

MADRID, SEPT. 9.

Admiral GRAVINA, who resigned his command, has assumed itagain, since Admiral GRANDELLANA, who commanded the Ferrol Squadron, has been dis missed. The former now commands our combined naval force at Cadiz.
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DIV TDENDS.

DIV TDENDS.

Dec. 19. Win. Morley, of Shoe-lane, Holborn, baker, at ten, at Guildhall.—Noy. 25. - John Groom, of Chiswell-street, stablekeeper,fat ten, at Guildhall.—Nov. 5. Lawrence Croft, of St. James's-street, Westminster, Coffee-house-keeper, at ten, at G 6idhail.—Nov. 5. John Nixon, of
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
.7\10.N En NI,WG-POST. -- A rrived. .M4l . Jut. • 1 1 . . 0 0 , PRICE OF STOCKS

.7\10.N En NI,WG-POST. -- A rrived. .M4l . Jut. • 1 1 . . 0 0 , PRICE OF STOCKS

THIS DAY. AT ONE O'CLOCK. Reduced .. 88 ex. div.—Onuantun .. —Consols . 58fr3-. Lone on. • • —o— The IiAMSURGII MAIt., due on Sunday night, arrived last . . It 'communicates the important intelligence, tha , the. Russian Army arriykl at Lemberg ,in Gallicia the &it column on the
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
~f a Q. 1 i,694. A N JU NT CT p A • eik N . —The PROP7IZIF,TO3 11•' 1

~f a Q. 1 i,694. A N JU NT CT p A • eik N . —The PROP7IZIF,TO3 11•' 1

be heist at the t :4l e, ll n TUE Y, t i, ,; ( " l o"Ctock in the forenon Eg4ex-stret; Strat l I HEORY and •PRA R E I th k 4 , : 14 t , 4) R (1 I ttt 'clin„;' s c li toc e k a in the i Eyer , irverl}, a be delivertA at SatiiioiY; u fl .s.te r.nartietilar s may be 1 Crem.:lle.:st
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
HAAIBUItGII, SEPT. 26.

HAAIBUItGII, SEPT. 26.

We have learned some further particulars relative to the league of Armed Neutrality now forming in the North of Germany. Independent of Denmark, Saxony and Hessia, we know that application has been made, to most of the Hans Town and Petty Princes in' those circuits, to contribut
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
61,7/I,DLTALL, Ocr. 16.

61,7/I,DLTALL, Ocr. 16.

F,XAMINATION•OF JENKINS, A BANKRUPT: The farther .examination , .ef this.person came on this day before the Celumissioners of Bankrtipts. Mr. CULLEN, On the part of the 'Bankrupt, submitted to the Commissioners the necessity of a private examination. He observed, that on a forme
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS. RECEIVED flhls MORNING, FALmou'rx, OCT. 14. —Arrived the ship, Shipearpenter; Aloyr.n, from Norfolk, tobacco; Arniricon - ship, Martin,

SHIP NEWS. RECEIVED flhls MORNING, FALmou'rx, OCT. 14. —Arrived the ship, Shipearpenter; Aloyr.n, from Norfolk, tobacco; Arniricon - ship, Martin,

LaciirtELP ,l Honduras, last from New-York, in 58 utlY' night spoke the homeward:bound Leeward fleet, about 80 sail; the rest are gozie lip Chantlel.
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England