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• r.rt last Ku'itt of M.c fcjiterli*inmt aU. . s*C,m v I'llUA I’Htl. \Vel!-s,iet*i, Goodman * R M■ I.Vr.SIS'G. (Thtirsdsy)

* «l. —(N. H. OnWwlnfc.- tk* vs Pef&)r««eft)-wm , ~i.l „ . t »,niu-n Mr. r tlEVfUrtr 'He Rc.ta* ri t!»is sivn,," pew ftuMnd «rti p“ris. ’.h.nnsr Mv. 3m.'f ~ pHnoi,,*! Nirstrs 1* loise, B»u- Mr sn lt'irre Giroux, course ' •! e trietv C»mio S«nR». The whote cen- , IT this seasf.u.
February 19, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FROM LLOYD’* LIST.

FROM LLOYD’* LIST.

The Juno transport, Anderson, is captured Bueiros Ayres. The Good Intent, Lant, from the Baltic, is totally lost cm the coast Ireland. The Adt-ona, Hewitt, from the Cape of Good Hojpe, is captured m the River Plata by the Spaniards. PICKVCKWtS. At this particular period, when th
February 19, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Graziers, Butchers, Horse Dealers, Tanners, and others. Freehold and Tythe free Grazing Land, Stratford, Essex. Messrs. WINSTANLEY and SON, atGarr.iway’s,

Graziers, Butchers, Horse Dealers, Tanners, and others. Freehold and Tythe free Grazing Land, Stratford, Essex. Messrs. WINSTANLEY and SON, atGarr.iway’s,

in a short time, TWO Pieces of FREEHOLD MARSH LAND, containing together about eight acres, desirably situate, in Higharn’s Mead, opposite tire Yorkshire Grey, in the parish of West Ham, in the county Essex, the occupation Mr. Jupp, at net rent ol only 44/. per aim. but possessio
February 21, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
I«ase of eligible cotni|>act. Dwelling Howse,'No. 14, Sr.- nt-y site lUai klr.ais limigr. . I!v Mr RUIJINS, at Imuse, in

I«ase of eligible cotni|>act. Dwelling Howse,'No. 14, Sr.- nt-y site lUai klr.ais limigr. . I!v Mr RUIJINS, at Imuse, in

fjccr.an^e- Alov. Coruhill, l»elve, L'aAs'L a lies:iable brck, x ' t.I.UN'G HOI'SK. in oinnpielH ii;ree .stores' liivli, ivi-taiiiing two rooms floor, u-aliy tit toil up with kildi'-iv. ike. in liasemuit, with vaipt- for oe;-r coats, o«ioii ..ii V yard, wash-ho.oe, See. situate
February 21, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WANTS a Stoat ion a Person, 19 years of «Re, of respectable connections, Serve In shop, in the HnHentasburV,’Wr any

WANTS a Stoat ion a Person, 19 years of «Re, of respectable connections, Serve In shop, in the HnHentasburV,’Wr any

genteel business; in the same capacity for some tine. A line post paid, S. B Mr. Jones’s, No. Cartain-roa'l,. Finsbury* square, will be immediately to, mid salt-.factory refcrenoe Kiren. . ' ■ - _ lN bit liutiOn a sitatlv niamefl Mm, as BOOK-KEKPKR, or WAREHOUSEMAN; can have cha
February 20, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
NORFOLK ELtCTtON.

NORFOLK ELtCTtON.

Sealant Lens on Wednesday closed his wart the Sitting Members lor the Com Norfolk, after which Ur- Committee sat in del tion until nearly lour o’clock. The Committee met yesterday morning at clmen o’clock, when it came to the following resolutions: The Committee is opinion, that
February 20, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A i VUIOUS distress.

A i VUIOUS distress.

A i distress. Readers may probably recollect two singular tint MarlUirough-street Ofbce, about six months ago: the one against a Gendeiaaii Farmer, fm swearing a prophune oath, upon the information tjie Curate of the parish, with had. previ-msiv disagreed; ttie other igauist the
February 20, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ijccorert. *•• • ■•(.VI Dbau, F*b. 18.—The y» terday was variable and light, ga«e m>;indicwion ' an approaching storm—-but after

ijccorert. *•• • ■•(.VI Dbau, F*b. 18.—The y» terday was variable and light, ga«e m>;indicwion ' an approaching storm—-but after

sdn-sttlt veered'ro Ji»d the N.N.WV and in,dnight bievv a hurric im;, accompanied with prodigious faH snow and It continued increase iu violence during night, and tnis morning presented to us most distressing spectacle, less than eight vessels being diiveti on snore between the
February 20, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SLAVE TRADE 11Y THE AMERICANS

SLAVE TRADE 11Y THE AMERICANS

[I'ROM A CORRESPONDENT.] ! An article of intelligence which appeared in the ! Paper a few days ago, has led some persons to sup. I pose, that tiie measure of Abolishing the Slave Trade, which tfie President of the United States in his Speech at the opening of the Session sb stro
February 20, 1807 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

81'at Flay Hue `Prices oil the Wed.' ?? ?? diurinlg Ln. HEATRE ROYAL, U0 ?? s W, ?? 'The, -~T GA0 , the, ME'S'StAH. C pee by G. P. 50d -ti additifnlw Accberipanimentsb h celebrdtcd I t V 1P incip~l 'Vodal -Performers-r icos r'A11 ~l~ p~u~sele Mr. Brala4mr, Mr ?? Mr ~s. i~M ~lal M
February 17, 1807 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England