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TITEADAY, FEB. 9.

TITEADAY, FEB. 9.

TITEADAY, 9. - The ATTORNEY . role, to move for leaye to bring in a Bill, cunferring certain powers on. the Cominksimit•rs. of Nilitary En q uiry, of it sas. very appareat the)' stood much in need. When the'Conmthsioners first began their Enquiry, they found certain difficult in
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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1101. The French are statod to have lost 4000 killed, 8000 prisoners, and 81 pieces of cannon. It na Conintat,dcr in Chief is said to havd delected some French Lioissaries in attempts to carry eine! various (readier ieS, particularly a French General, who obtained 10 one of the
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
cußTlricivrns, FCTI.

cußTlricivrns, FCTI.

J. Gregory, 'Wolverhampton, StallOrd,lare, soap-Maker. W. Ord, Fenehurch-sti:eet, wine merchant. W. Mercer, Mile lind, - Stepney, horse-dealer. , • A. Sinclair, Castle-court, Birchin-lane, .merchant. C. Bateman,' Det•by, Money-t•eriveaer. J. Baker, Bridgewater, Somertetslare, de
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DIVIVILNUS,

DIVIVILNUS,

ALarch 17. P. Shepherd, Lynn, Norfolk, draper, at twelve, 'at Guildh i. ' J. Dodsw-.011, late of' Stamford, Lincolnshire, .chetor, ot physic, at elevm, at the Crown Inn, St4lll- t 1). 26. G • Braio, of Bristol, Merchant, at eleven, At the V hite Inn. Bri.tol.- . Ilirrningliam, d
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
}LAMPS.HIRE ELECTION.

}LAMPS.HIRE ELECTION.

}LAMPS . HIRE ELECTION. Mr. ASHTON Smrrn said, he held in his hand a Petition, tilde!' he wished to presetn to the House. Mr. SPEAIWIL observed, that it was usual for any Member, %iho liat a Petition prebented to the Bowie, to state the nature of such: • Mr. obsemd, thrtt the Cle
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TIRIRSOAIt, FEE. 5. The Irish Militia Volumeur fillyvas read a third time awl pabt:cd. • SLAVE TRADE.

TIRIRSOAIt, FEE. 5. The Irish Militia Volumeur fillyvas read a third time awl pabt:cd. • SLAVE TRADE.

TIRIRSOAIt, FEE. 5. Irish Militia Volumeur read a third time pabt:cd. • SLAVE TRADE. Lord thinNvILTA moved the soemul reading of the IIIH iloil ili itt the Stave Trade. lit the arguments which he have to urge, he said, support of this motion, regretted that he shottlii Itave• to
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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Thomas Leach, Grace's-alloy, haberdasher, to surrender Feb. 2/, March 21, at twelve, at Attornieg, Messrs. Devon and Tooke, Clray'slim-'sqii,ire. Jolio Dennison, qteen-strect, Oxford-street, butcher, Feb. 14, 24, March 21, at ten, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Wild, Warwick-sqoure
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LITERARY NOTICE.

LITERARY NOTICE.

The facetious Bard . yclep'd PETER has been exercisin e ,ff his upon a nw e subject, which promises much (Alt erfammeo.. The performance is not yet rektilarlv the public, but it has been firivately in sheaq and hol-pregsed. Thu measure in which it is executed is not precisely kn
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E Sil E ill FES:

E Sil E ill FES:

Bedfordshire—Sir Philip Munnoux. of Samly, Bart. Berk4hire—Wtlliam Wane, of rarlc, Esq. iluckiugharnshire— James Backwell Pra.td, ot T),ingham, I l' i aluipld;ell ' iire and mdingdessitirc—Will:am. Squire, of . Cheshire—Francis Duckingfield Astley, of Duckingfield, ,Cumhcaind—jo
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SATURDAI's LONDON* 01,1Z1+37TE.

SATURDAI's LONDON* 01,1Z1+37TE.

SATURDAI's LONDON * 01,1Z1+37TE. A dmira Feb. 1,1E401. Copy, of a Lotter, 1r:1141111mM by ,Fiye- Admiral Mere., Mar•den, - E,q. • . ?Jidesty'k Succes4, Luce*, December, 18 beg leave to intOrm yon, tluyt, on m .1% iuj uf h of kit Aiwa, sUinding ,in for ti,,e Ia This Gazette contai
February 8, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England