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. Extract of a I.etti:!r from a Urntletnan in Caithness, *met, Thurso, Alarch 3 - , I S'ol.---" I ha've just tiotire, by from !iLirkwall, !bat a Datch of 42 guns, with a of 420 men, inchiding -considttable nurnlicT of marines, or foot soldiers, bad driven itf the Island of Saida,
March 22, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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January 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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I)EA,TII - 4+. . On Tuesday lagt, the Lady - of Sir 'Harry 'Parket', Bart. of 51elford ' On Wednesday morning, agerllo, Mr. Joseph. Hayward, uf Sudbury. On Thitr4ay se'imight, in. the Fleet Prism, Mr. S. ('ltitrney, a n ell knon n jockey upon the Tort'. • Tuesday, tot Mr. C4ittit
January 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON 0.4 ZE 17 'll EX TR 4011 D N ti

LONDON 0.4 ZE 17 'll EX TR 4011 D N ti

LONDON 0.4 ZE 17 EX TR 4011 D N ti NUNOAY, VEO. 2,2. .111 in fruity Oita, Feb. 21, 1801. . Captain hit Majesty's ship the Aesop, arrived hero this itiornink . with 'Dispatches from Vice-Admiral Dacrem, t'oinnintider lu Chief of his 'Majesty's ,ships and , vessels at .Iziontica, t
March 1, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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PC I goiNheil or rvpressCtl . by thy IWO of a kw leaders of ever so great distiiwti'oO, spread its power ttw more strongly over every bosom, and raises a mutsittcessiort of heroes in the romu of every win who It is to be regretted, that, the etiquette of service will Dui to Capta
March 1, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FO ft AUGUST.

FASHIONS FO ft AUGUST.

Extracted from the Ilth Manlier of that elegant Publication, Le Monde, or; Literary and Fashionable Magazine for MORNING WALKING DRESS is composed of a plain white cambric role, with a short train, - made high so as to wrap straight over the bosom to the left side, and continues
August 2, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROYINCL4L NEWS.

PROYINCL4L NEWS.

A very melancholy eierit occurred at Wkic, in the parish of Berkeley, in Gloucestershire, on Sunday, the Sth inst. About four o'clock in the afternoon, Mr.' Bennet, a respectable farmer of the above plare . , - and his two son:, were walking over their oTounds; when, being overt
November 22, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
dor of their dresses, the pomp of their equipages, the . number and beauty of the troops ; all, these

dor of their dresses, the pomp of their equipages, the . number and beauty of the troops ; all, these

circumstances united, offered the spectacle of the Mosi b6autiful triumph of which modern Europe can boast. Not, being able to enter into all the details of this memorable Fete, we shall content ourselves with marking the principal circumstances. The most remarkable perhaps is t
August 30, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SPEECH:

SPEECH:

" Gentlemen, the Deputies of the Legislative .Body—Gentle" men, the Members of the Tribunatt, and of my Council " of Slate--:- " Since your last meeting, new wars, new tritunphs, and stew treaties of peace, have changed the asptct of the political relations of Europe. The House:
August 30, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
6"ATURDA.I"s LONDON GAZEITE.

6"ATURDA.I"s LONDON GAZEITE.

ildudrally 0:1/ice, August 29, 1801. The Honourable Rear-Admiral Sir Alexander Coch. num, Commander. in Chief at the Leeward Islands, has transmitted to this Office two letters which he has received from Lieutenant art, Acting Commander , ' of his Majesty's . sloop Port d'Espagn
August 30, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England