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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

" II li. OF LORDS, Monday, Feb. 10. \ bou* half past four o'clock Lord Erse IK* ap- peared in the House, and was introduced to his seat •s Baron between Lords MoiRA and Holland, pre- ceded by the Luke of Norfolk, as Karl Marshal. As he moved along the left sit-ie of the House, h
February 11, 1806 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAPLES.

NAPLES.

Bonaparte's Proclamation to his soldiers, on giving ths order to march, is dated from Schoenbrunn, Dec. 27th, the day on which the peace with Austria was signed : — it is as follows : " Soldiers, for ten years I have done all I could to save the King of Naples ; lie has done eve
February 11, 1806 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
GENERAL Stfi J. DOYLE

GENERAL Stfi J. DOYLE

Gucft-tsEY, Jan. 18, 1805 There has already been published an account of the presentation of two large and elegftf-t Silver Cup-., from two Masonic Lodges to Lieu ?? Sir* John Doyle, Bart, and Lieutenant-Governor of thia Island ; I have now to inform you of another v&jr llatteri
February 11, 1806 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
1 RANTHAM FIRST SUBSCRIPTION A.SSEMJF BLY will be held at the TOWN HAH MONDAJ the 29th DECEMBER. Tickets for non-subscribers,

1 RANTHAM FIRST SUBSCRIPTION A.SSEMJF BLY will be held at the TOWN HAH MONDAJ the 29th DECEMBER. Tickets for non-subscribers,

3s. each, to be had at Mrs HURST'S shop-in the High-street. December 18th, CITY LINCOLN ASSEMBLY. THE ANNUAL ASSEMBLY will be held at the CITY ROOMS, on-the of JANUARY next, JOHN HETT, Mayor. LINCOLN, Dec. 15, 1806. WANTED, APPRENTICE to LINEN and ■ WOOLLEN DRAPER. -Apply to THO
December 26, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
House Lei and Millstones to be Sold. AGE-HOUSE WEST DEEPING, with Cut-buildings, and a good Garden planted with choice fruit

House Lei and Millstones to be Sold. AGE-HOUSE WEST DEEPING, with Cut-buildings, and a good Garden planted with choice fruit

trees, to be LET, and may be entered unon immediately. Several Pairs of excellent PEAK STOS-ES to be SOLO (part which are at Mr. Spalding, and may be sent Stamford), & Mill Iron-workof Various descriptions 'S» U,re 0 R,R /' JO,IN WALLINO, Stamford; Or of MR \v M. RICKETT, Loihan
December 26, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MR. BRYDGEiS' ANNUA L CONCERT of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC will be held at the OWN-HALL, NEWARK, on FRIDAY, January

MR. BRYDGEiS' ANNUA L CONCERT of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC will be held at the OWN-HALL, NEWARK, on FRIDAY, January

<?d, 1807. Principal Vocal Performer, Miss DAVIS, from the Nobility's Concerts. will be a CHARITABLE ASSEMBLY at the ROOMS ABOVE-HILL, LINCOLN, for the Benefit of the COUNTY of LINCOLN LYING-IN CHAKIRY, under the patronage of LADY ANDERSON (one of the Lady Vice- Patronesses of t
December 26, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To be S At tie house ark, Monday thiW in the afternoon, ttnfes. f,j ec which notice will P ,v

To be S At tie house ark, Monday thiW in the afternoon, ttnfes. f,j ec which notice will P ,v

] u ce<i', shall be then and eT v vuot AN exceeding good " ■ j with the Brewhouse purtenances thereto beiongpi ark, in the occupation o • , The premises contain - 1,, two good parlours and TL ' l ' all kitchen, back kitchen, pa" jj, e floor: five lodging ro°n:s rooms in the atti
May 16, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
mises to the Boston. consisting a •/ he bles, and other con • e , Land or thereabouts. • f

mises to the Boston. consisting a •/ he bles, and other con • e , Land or thereabouts. • f

. on Mr. * be SOLD by jfl kpts,, ff/1 Either together y hard. entfred on ith the D\VLLLIN^" HO ''Srn, M A den, ,a ble» Gran^f \ ,i«4A f B ; )ti tfit :' thereunto adjoining, ct a ; an .he good Pasture Land, ' n « ' ~ wood, and conveßietdly John 11 »" Holbeach, in the nd, Also Pie
April 4, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
EDITOR of tht STAMFORD MERCURY, MB. EDITOR, Whoever has any feeling, cannot but deplore the genera! prevalence of the small-pox

EDITOR of tht STAMFORD MERCURY, MB. EDITOR, Whoever has any feeling, cannot but deplore the genera! prevalence of the small-pox

at present this town; the more so, as Providence has lately blessed its with secure preservative against it, which blindly neglect. the hope of doing some good to fellow-townsmen, pointing out to them the means of security which they have their power, am induced to address a few
July 25, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

The Dot' pipers the Tnst. mention severe engagement Calabria, which, after sanguinary and hxrd-fough'l conflict, the French remained victorious; killing <3OOO <>f the inhabitants. a true sign that has not been attended with any decisive consequence French, are sparing in the det
September 26, 1806 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England