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October 16, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RAMSGATE, Oct. 48.

RAMSGATE, Oct. 48.

. The 14th and 23d Regiments Infantry inarched in here last Friday; the foitner embarked ont board the transports the same evening, the latter the next morning. The 14th Regiment'is more than 1000 strong. On Saturday morning, the 3 Regiment went on. board, and the transports, wi
October 29, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

BOW-STREET. In cowquence of informations being laid by Hell, the informer, for gambling, he, with Greory, the Constable, belonging to St. James’s parish,went, Saturday night, about twelve, and broke open a house Pall-Mall, virtue of a Warrant, signed Mr. Graham. The street-door
October 29, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRANSPORT OFFICE, London, Oct. IR, 1805. TO BUILDERS, See. PRISON OF WAR OARTitffOOP COMMISSIONERS for ccMwft His V an <i

TRANSPORT OFFICE, London, Oct. IR, 1805. TO BUILDERS, See. PRISON OF WAR OARTitffOOP COMMISSIONERS for ccMwft His V an <i

the Care and Cutlody r-ad?T,r " ive N tice ' Tl,at ,he v>ill b * r.ady MONDAY, the Wh day of December % re nden r * m surh he mUin S to CONTRACT FOR THE BUILDING OF PRISOk’ Jor the Crntfinment of Five Thousand Prisoners War, Dartmoor, m Devonshire. i^ f,>r MON-18 n ° f ,WCT, > a
October 26, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
whole journey. Pickets the Dragoons were quartered in every station where the diligence changed horses; they all spoke of her

whole journey. Pickets the Dragoons were quartered in every station where the diligence changed horses; they all spoke of her

courage, generosity, and humanity, with the enthusiasm ot sincerity and gratitude. They would have narmt-d many traits, illustrating what they said, but her modesty prevented them ; they never ceased to exclaim, as long as she was in sight, ! la brace cl bonne femme I'* When at
October 26, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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Berna.d, hat lliis :: f lien Canteil .. ;r th •n »ou'd of the .. huth. an Whi< Of' cres,

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October 26, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The Austrian troops from the Venetian states, are advancing in great force on the Adige, and are followed by numerous

The Austrian troops from the Venetian states, are advancing in great force on the Adige, and are followed by numerous

train of battering artillery. VERONA, SEPT. Since the 3 of this month, a great number of Austrian troops have arrived on die Adige, from Styria and the Tyrol. The French troops in this vicinity have likewise been greatly augmented; that the two Banks of the Adige are now occupie
October 7, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FRENCH TRIBUNATE.

FRENCH TRIBUNATE.

.In the Sitting of the 2kh of Sept, the Special Commission appointed to draw up Report on the Speech of the Emperor, appeared the Tribune, and presented it. The Report was read by M. Fre▼ille. It begins thus : Gentlemen—lf, tha epoch whan the acclamations of Europe ratified the
October 7, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Ant CIRCUIT.

Ant CIRCUIT.

On Friday se’nnight, came on at Ayr, the trial of Alexander Enrl and John Ixyburn, ship-carpenters, for riot and assault, in the streets of Ayr; and accused also of insulting the Ist Regiment of Ayrshire Volunteers, When on permanent duly. It appeared from the .evidence, tlrat t
October 1, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Pounds for 2-yr. olds, carrying a foatlier, 3 yr. olds, t. bib. 4-vr Sst. 91’) b-yr ol>fs, 9st. t3lb. yr. olds, 9<t. 71!* and agtd 9»t JOIb. Last 3M.of C. The winner, with l;;> eng igements, besolrl for3t)ogs. if demanded, within quart, r an hour after the Race, the owner of the
October 22, 1805 - Globe - London, London, England