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THE FIIENCII .411411 Y.

THE FIIENCII .411411 Y.

THE FIIENCII The following remarks on the French Soldiery are el; traded from IT JOEIN CAnn's " 'four t h roug h flollal and the South of Germany," work abounding a o , g that vivacity AVEI4II is so inseparable from the Cd of this tourist. The present • yolinne indeed is part (ar
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
• .4 J r ....n erAe t 1 1 IZEWSVIS UN E 14, 1807.

• .4 J r ....n erAe t 1 1 IZEWSVIS UN E 14, 1807.

June 14, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. FUSEL! ANT) STUDENTS TUE ROYAL ACADLUV. The'Keeper of the Royal Academy supenitends the pumas of its Students ; a

MR. FUSEL! ANT) STUDENTS TUE ROYAL ACADLUV. The'Keeper of the Royal Academy supenitends the pumas of its Students ; a

conciliatory,deportment, a perfect 4nonledge of the human figure, and the principles of - painting, are therefore his. essentiafrequisites. On thus accounts, Mr. Fuseli is every way calculated for that important situation, and has I ulfilled it so entirely In the sAisfaction 'of
June 14, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SIXTY-SIXTH BULLETIN OF THE •GRAND ARMY.

SIXTY-SIXTH BULLETIN OF THE •GRAND ARMY.

Finken*in, May 20. A. fine English corvette, copper,sheathed, ing I`2o English for her crew, and laden with powder and hall, presented hersclf ott Onotzie, with an intention Weiner that port. on aliproaching near our work, she was attacked from both the shorcs w a beat y shower
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
JUNE 7

JUNE 7

The enemy's loss in the affair of Weichselmun,de,on the 1 56 1 • was greater than was at first supposed. A Russian column, - which held out to the last, was put to the bayonet to a There were 1600 Russians buried. . On the 16th, a Russian division of 6000 men, under -Turkow, adv
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Pacha treated with contempt, anti prepared to resigt thew, so that the enemy obliged to depart as he came, •

Pacha treated with contempt, anti prepared to resigt thew, so that the enemy obliged to depart as he came, •

. • , a , „ TU Itg FIiONTI ER MA or - Apru, fl bloody affair took .place in the neighhOurhood of tdowa, between the troops of the Servian Gen. Meko Moil: and KuSauzi Alt. The Servians the Turkish entrenchments ; the 'latter node three vigorous attetupts to break the Servian line
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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7 Lord mission, from thq head-quarters of the, Grand Army of the Allies. Major arrived in this Country three necks since. if trought this pressing requisition to. our lieu-, ders will judp,-e.tif the promptitude, of the Mitii,ters in ionforming to it. We are told that the obje.ct
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TIIE KING'S BIRTH-DAY.

TIIE KING'S BIRTH-DAY.

Thursday being the Anniversary of his Majesty's Birth, who entered into his,seventieth year, it was celebrated OS a high Cala by all rauks. The morning was ushered in with ringing of bells ; at noon the Park and Tower guns were fired, and answered from the different wharfs, and
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 28, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. . — . . t. you'll of "in . front Ott Ith of 3une to the 14th of .Julte,

. . — . . t. you'll of "in . front Ott Ith of 3une to the 14th of .Julte,

itcreeahle to theite,n , 1 I A verage 1 t — ; .........• , ..1................... 1 ITS i 0 . 11 ... pi...v. Ttleiday. June 22 —Official Return of Flour, including the 131,1 i of June to the 19th of Toptil; sarkb,—A.veritge Price 61 44d.-- 7 1.14 Ilabisher than litit return. .
June 28, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England