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SEVENTY-THIRD BULLETIN OF THE GRAND – ARMY.

SEVENTY-THIRD BULLETIN OF THE GRAND – ARMY.

SEVENTY-THIRD BULLETIN OF THE GRAND - ARMY. ••, F4bing, May 8, 1807. The Persian Ambassad o r has received audience of leave. He brayght some veryfine presents (it the Emperor from his Master, and received in,.retutii the Emperor's portrait, en- , with very fine st,mes. ret9rfis'
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SEVENTY-FIFTH BULLETIN OF THE GRAND ARMY. Fiakenstein, May 18.

SEVENTY-FIFTH BULLETIN OF THE GRAND ARMY. Fiakenstein, May 18.

SEVENTY-FIFTH BULLETIN THE GRAND ARMY. Fiakenstein, May 18. The folloWing are further particulars relative to the affair of the 15th. Marshal Lefebvre makes a very favourable report of Gen. Schramm, to whom he, in a great measure, imputes the favourable issue of the affair at Wei
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MONTE VIDEO.

MONTE VIDEO.

The following is. the 'substance of a Letter from llonte Video, received by the Diomede the 9th of February a Meeting was held of the Britiih Merchants and Adventurers, when it was resolved that a memorial should, be presented to the Governor, stating their grievaiwes, and beggi
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN. INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. PARIS.

FOREIGN. INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. PARIS.

FOREIGN . INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. PARIS. MAY 19.—Gen. Ganlnane, Governor of the Pages of his Majesty the Emperor and Kitly;, is appointed Ambassador to Persia ; he takes with him. SOO French Officers of different ranks, and SOO artillerymen. The father of thisAJeneral has lohg been
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MA NSION-HOUSE. On niday, a youth about Fr years old, Most :es, . pectably connected, and articled an apprentice in a foreign mercantile house of the firA repute in the City (Mew" Cain and Co.) underwent a private examination before the'Lord 'Mayor, upon a charge of embezzling f
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
aICCIDENIS, OFFENCES, .5*

aICCIDENIS, OFFENCES, .5*

On Thursday night, between ten and eleven o'clock, as a Gentleman was crossing PiOadilly, near the cornet of BOnd-street, a 'chariot -driving, furiously, along knocked him down, and the carriage ,went over his body.. He He Was taken to Mr. cIIANGE I , the fruiterer's; near the,s
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AQU..4TICS.

AQU..4TICS.

A singslar accident here) Viscount, at Madame C-t 7 l-ni!ii Sunday (limier, which we will endeavour to state as drily as the subject will admit of. • his Lordship had withdrawn himself for the purpose of sacrificing to the God A pis, when a cataract was discharged upon him from
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Qll IL EN-SQV Mt E.

Qll IL EN-SQV Mt E.

FEWILS Swine!, eit,—On Wednesday, GammaN, was charged with the conimission of divers frauds and felonies. system was developed as follows : She being a woman of a matronly appearance and persuasive manners, dived into the poor recesses of the wives of absent soldiers, journeymen
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
YQRK-

YQRK-

- . A . White sarstrft , petticoat, ricaly , embroidered with an border in silk ; draperies, silver tissue, drawn up Ltail oriumeoted with wreaths of silver hoops, which a very . novel 'sal clovnt •appearane; tram, silver tissue, trimmed round with wreatlis of alp leaves, Brusse
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England