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It-ry, and twenty fqiwdrons of cavalry; at the Cim* time ordermK mi oi hi» cavalry t« form in front q

It-ry, and twenty fqiwdrons of cavalry; at the Cim* time ordermK mi oi hi» cavalry t« form in front q

his centre, in order to keep that of the enemy 'n I ofnion. The French defended themfelve* with uion, but were obliged to yield to the valour of hi* Imperial Majefly’* troops; they were entirely defeated, and beaten from the fcene of action. The prifonen we have taken declare, t
February 17, 1807 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE GENEROUS QUAKER.

THE GENEROUS QUAKER.

Warner Mifflin, by his humanity, candor, affability, *nti knowledge, is one thole ref|,eclable changers who honour their country, and the age in which they live. it a member of the Cociety nl'ually called Quakers, fur a long lime Ibute of tlicfe people had propol'ed to etnancipa
February 17, 1807 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SALMON FISHERIES™ the RIVER TWEED. TO BE'LJST, SHORTLY, Toret%rr at separately, upon Lease to commence the 'tgik Day of September

SALMON FISHERIES™ the RIVER TWEED. TO BE'LJST, SHORTLY, Toret%rr at separately, upon Lease to commence the 'tgik Day of September

next, public Auftion, and whith further Particulars mU foon adcerlifed, uuUfs let in the mean Time private ContraS, MOIETY or fail Half Part of iholir valuable . Fifheriet called the While Sands. Abdel) Stella, and the Boatholes, extending fiom the Bridge at Berwick upon Tweed t
February 17, 1807 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TO H19ZTTh:: OTICE is lierelbv given, That a NtEil 1[INTOdf N the HATTI iS in; the ?? an, . ieigliidurrhood of INels, usill bie held at the Rouse of Mr. Wail.' Wue,. the 'hsu1 0 A!\iitih Inlu, in leeds, olt T'htrsdav tile )file dfObry' ln.-tapit,1,tween tire Ilurir of Four and Si
February 21, 1807 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TRUNK OST. Th ROPPED) from.,a Chaife between the .L White Hart, at Benfon, and the King's Arms, Oxford, between the Hoursof. Seven and Nine in the Evening of Tuefday the 17th of February Inflant, but fuppofed to have fallen in osfhear St. Clement's, or Holywell Street, in Oxfrd,
February 21, 1807 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRy NrwjT.S, Car7abridge, Feb. i.T. The Rev. Frederick Apthorp, M. A. of Jefus College, is inflituted, by the Lord B;ihop of Lincoln, to the Reaory of Gumley, in Li.e- celterlhire, on the prefentation of the De-an anti Chapter of ?? Rev, John Barwick Sams, of Bury, and former
February 21, 1807 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
United Parliament OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

United Parliament OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

plaliter IP--arltailelit ?? ,. -! . ' - ; --.L ?? ,! PH ?? ?? ; veil , J114 !f t L 1L3.1i cr1s T| :Tit) N>,Y, *F t.'dl~li2. f'~lie Cl',ojdiatthilsXr~t ~Slite; tt- Woolsack, and said, tiilt h ho:i to trouble their l~ord sh 1)q"' with a Motitiu, 9n a ci ruinistane W hi clih ha1d oc
February 16, 1807 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

Ai.toka (Private Letter), Jay. .7.-— Marshal "kune, the new Governor of the Hanseatic Cities, D«g'ns already to exercise his arbitrary power, and uy a new mandate, issued this morning in his own name, all the merchants of Hamburgh 'vull be obliged to give a new specified declara
February 17, 1807 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING POST.

THE MORNING POST.

February 17, 1807 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSION.

MIDDLESEX SESSION.

SHOCKING CASE Yesterday, Robert Tothil was indicted for an assault on a child of the name of Beeby, seven years uld ! The defendant, a Car- penter and Undertaker, in Wood-street, Spa-fields was the inti- mate friend of the father nf the child, a Watch-ronveinent-maker, in the sa
February 18, 1807 - Morning Post - London, London, England