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Advertisements & Notices

I W - DRAPERY &a<. -(1 be SOLr) by AUCT-ION, by T. pI'ARY, oil Wednei;laY the 30th Day of Oc- , Jiftmlt, 8~oc, ?? two following Days, at a Room, at the H'-ite Hart Ins, in Morton r, Gkucetterfirc,-A large AflrtmO nt of j(jo1l.EN and I.INEN DRAPER', MERCERY dHo~lERY GOODS, confift
October 26, 1805 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tuesday's Post continued.

Tuesday's Post continued.

.~ ?? 7- - Me LON;DON G. rTTR, O0* 19. XAW-MUPTS TO SURRE1NDER.-7oa Gok/rn,of Burlr St. Edmunds, Sufrolk, Draper, November at, ta, and So, at she Angel Inn, Bury St. Edrnunds.-en -mi iauron, of Houndfdtceh, London, SI feller, O1 ober sa, 29, and November 30, at Guildh3ali.- Zirnr
October 26, 1805 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SCROFULA, or KING's EVIL, Copy of a Letter from -Mr. W. NUTT.ALL, Calico- Printer, near Ainfworih Hall, Lancajhire. SIRAS I am now arrived to that Solidity of EA s Health which renders Life comrnortableo and far exceeds my utmoft Expefaitions, I doubt not but a Iliort Account of
October 26, 1805 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

HAMBURGH AND GUI rENBURGH MAtLS. •St. Ptunv-URCH, Se?t. 21 -To-iaj, the Einpftror set out for ti.e army. Besides several other Generals -md Adjutants, he rs accompanied "by the Minister for Foreign A,ff"«i irs, Prince CzaJlTorys- >•!• C ii. WiN/.iNGEROp_ is like -vise ir. hi> re
October 18, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Mjtjrßetos.

Mjtjrßetos.

N?*F6L'tr, (America), Aug. 15.— CapT. Ho!m?s, of th". ship Annav an, arrived at Philadelphia in sixty days from Liverpool, suy*, that ou the 22d of fnne, in long. 91. 30. He was brought to hyjhe British frigate Cerberus, of 40 giir)3, anilwrded b> an Officer, who informed him, t
October 25, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

EPJSTI.E, TO THt ttO«f. S..SOS Utltr, oc „-s vmktv'i ccoflTo. iX-M.««ir« in irei.avd, ?? „,.• Ai( ?? K£U •-/"*_ vi case or w jc.tic. joiivjnv. ** SSota ma-nu- ?? " Ovib. THFRE are wh'. conceive ir amounts to a treason, Ttoveilof >he Graces r« throw n.-.r Kcnn, That, coarsely att
October 11, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGADE OF SURREY VOLUNTEERS.

BRIGADE OF SURREY VOLUNTEERS.

Yesterday afternoon, being the 45th Anniversary ' df the Accession of His Majesty to the Throne, was selefted by the Commanding Officers ol the Surrey Corps to assemble, fire a feu.ae.fje, then have a shartt-fight, and aft in brigade together, for the last time publicly this sea
October 26, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ADVENTURES AT EAST SHEEN.

ADVENTURES AT EAST SHEEN.

The neighbourhood of East Sheen has been amused for some tim. past by tlie eccentricities of a dashing Gentleman, formerly a Captain in the Guards. On Thursday evening a considerable alarm was excited by the ci-devant Captain's pranks, in consequence of which he was taken into c
October 5, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
gfyp Betos,

gfyp Betos,

P<*«Ts-.**r,_Tf:, Sti-r. 30.— The 4 ad, or Rovai liifn,. Regiment, which gained sue lasting lionturs last war 1.1 Egypt, embarked this morning on board of transports in the harbour for the M.diterr nean. The transports went out of harbeur rhis afternoon —The Barbadoes frigate, C
October 2, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
baking

baking

The long pending match between che ?? Game Chicken and his countryman Gulley, is fixed to/" 1 uesday next. The combatants arc now training in Sussex, in which county the- battle is to be fought. The Sweepstakes for which they are to fight are 000 guineas to 400, and current bati
October 2, 1805 - Morning Post - London, London, England