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MyJRIUAGES.

MyJRIUAGES.

♦■‘hiulght, the Rev. William Broadhertt, of Billing]'.ay, near in Luicointhive, to Mrs. howler, Lincoln. ’Ycfteruayie nnight, Mr. ihoinas jon. both York. Monday laft, Scaibro', Mr. Benjamin Fowler, of Majefty’s Cuitoins at that port, Mils Smith, daughter of Mr, Wm. sinith, that
October 12, 1805 - Hull Advertiser - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

. I-i 'Map'o lp.#at.%'i Rrchange of'weather has aftecteill tI ii1g'5 a. es, ;l 10irenered Il% sigh ?? ier resplct, inperfect ?? il. Tlt - Frenchi sla~e~ll ave passecld aecret'for rais- Well xI ho sh all h a vi attai, ed the age of 20. "Taairly "Alhic-h has been Maic lied fromu Bo
October 12, 1805 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, October 8.

LONDON, October 8.

L O N D O N, OJdober S. Intelligence was brought by the left arrivals fromn tile Continent, that the retreat of tlile Flemich l lnu the Elbe anti the Wefer, was (b precipitate, that they left a large quantity of c(aeion as well as baggage bthina them. It is now reported that Pxrr
October 12, 1805 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

DERBYS1IlRE. A CORRECT LAST IN ALPHIAB1ETICAL ORDER, Of t11 CERTIFICATE S i/ied by tie Clerk of the Peacefor the COUNTY of DRRBY, WIUT EBSPIECT TO THE ICILLIVG OF 4J1IE, From the I t day of July, 1I05, tothe Q7th day of September following. GENTLEMENS' C'ERTIFICATES. I Names. Pla
October 10, 1805 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THOUGHTS ON THE WAR.

THOUGHTS ON THE WAR.

The Expose of the causes of hostilities .by tbe French Government is of the first consequence.—A new conscription of 80,000 men has been ordered to take place, with the view of recruiting the armies and supplying tbe waste of war. - This conscription is to be enforced with all t
October 12, 1805 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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October 12, 1805 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY'!! POSt.

MONDAY'!! POSt.

(Br Eiptrss.) LONDON. Oaober it. i If W this day ordered, by His Majefly in Council, ' that the Parliament which ftands prorogued to Thurfday the. Seventeenth day of this inftant Oftp- ber, be further prorogued to Thurfday the Twenty- 1 eighth day of November next. — Gazett*. Th
October 14, 1805 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPIRIT CONCERN. TO BE DISPOSED BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE GOOD-WILI. STOCK in TRADE, and PREMISES of an old-established Business in

SPIRIT CONCERN. TO BE DISPOSED BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE GOOD-WILI. STOCK in TRADE, and PREMISES of an old-established Business in

the above-mentioned line, in the town of Manchester. Further particulars, interesting to any one disposed to enter into such Concern, may be had application to the Printer. FOR LOGWOOD, Fustic, Barwood, Nicaragua-wood in the log, and raspt; Shumac, Indigo,-Copperas, Verdigris, G
October 8, 1805 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Paris, October 2. English prisoners at Verdun are going to '\ he removed another town fifty them are already sent off for Valenciennes under a guard. raising Conscripts carried with the greatest tin- department of the Seine. Sept. 2y.—Great preparations! hav
October 14, 1805 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
OXFORD, October 12.-—Monday last thelicv. Landon, D. D. Provost Worcester College, having been nominated the Ghaneelloi the University, was, full

OXFORD, October 12.-—Monday last thelicv. Landon, D. D. Provost Worcester College, having been nominated the Ghaneelloi the University, was, full

Convoation, invested with the office of Vice-Chancellor for the year ensuing The Pro Vice-Chancellors are the Rev. John Wilis, D. D. Warden College the Rev. Michael Harlow, D. D. President St. John's College the Rev. Henry Richards, Rector of Exeter College; and the Rev. John Pa
October 14, 1805 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England