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StNGOLAR DISCOVERY.

StNGOLAR DISCOVERY.

A Waiter, who lived at Mrs. Partridge's house (the Windmill, at Salt-Full,) at the time of the sudden death of several Gentlemen who dined there about ,30 years : since,. has recently .paid the debt of nature : himself. - The day preceding his death, he sent for the Clergyman of
October 12, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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October 5, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
•--- - - - - THEATRICAL REGISTER. Drloy-Lane.—Th is - Even ing, TIIE CONSTANT co upLE with A House to

•--- - - - - THEATRICAL REGISTER. Drloy-Lane.—Th is - Even ing, TIIE CONSTANT co upLE with A House to

be Sold. '• Covent-Garden.-=-Monday Evening, THE REVENGE; wits Out of. Place. _
October 5, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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- Our letters from the scfladrori o# Cadiz,. state, that violent dissensions prevail between the French and Spaniards in that port. _Several rrenehmen have been assassinated; lind the French, in return, are Said to have hung up many Spaniards. r The Spanish Admiral _insists upon
October 8, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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October 8, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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October 17, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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Or Price Sat-PEALE] WEDNESDAY, Orr s FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE From the HAItZIURGI-IMAIL• VIENNA, --NT was reported, that the French Ambassador, M de, Rdchefoucault, left this city yesterday ; but *this is' out 'foundation ; the Ambassador is - still at his Villa in the country, bu
October 3, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHRONICLE° EVENING-P -0 ST.

CHRONICLE° EVENING-P -0 ST.

[No. 746 g. By the demise of the Dowager Duchess of Athol, the Trish annuity of 2000/. per annum is extin. guished. That annuity was granted in 1765, in. addition to the sum of 70,000/ in purchase of the Sovereignty, of the Isle of Man, to John, the late Duke of Athol, her Grace
October 26, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
1 Extretct a Letterfrcm Ramsgrae, Oct. 24 , i I " Yesterday the first battalion of the Coldstream . Guards,

1 Extretct a Letterfrcm Ramsgrae, Oct. 24 , i I " Yesterday the first battalion of the Coldstream . Guards,

and the first battalion of the al Gualkit , I marched in here from Deal. On their arrival at , Ramsgate Barracks', they were refreshed with ral butts of good strong beer,- given to them 1:) , • William Curtis, and other Gentlemen. After being thus regaled, both battalions marche
October 26, 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England