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COAL. EXCHANGE'.

COAL. EXCHANGE'.

lWONDAY.—Adair's Main, 47s - Baker's, 4ls 6d Benton, .46s 9d Bryan's, Flatworth, 435, Croft's, 935. Eigh'tow, 445 Ellison's, 49s ad Hartley, 47s ad Ileaton,sl.s9d Ilealiura Min, sls ad Killingtv . orth, 40s ad 49s 9d .I<el ,- ton Alain, - 50to Murton, 91s South Ilebburn, Moor, 4
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

Tim situation of this empire claims the most considerate attention of .our Government. •Relieved from. the temporary alarm occasioned by the hostile pea-, sure s so recently and so impotently direetrl against their capital, and stimulated. by rernoter.but out less formidable dan
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SEVENTY-FOURTH iauLLETIN OF THE aitAND Atom

SEVENTY-FOURTH iauLLETIN OF THE aitAND Atom

Finckenbteln, May 16. Prince Jerome, having discovered that three outworks of Neisse, alongside the 11ielau, impeded the progress of the siege, ordered Ceneral Vandamtne to occupy them. In the night from the 30th of April to the Ist of May, this General, at the head of the Wirte
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SWEDEN.

SWEDEN.

GOTTENBTIUGU, MAY 29.—The Dutch troops On the% borders of Smedish Pomerania desert in.great numbers. —Accounts from Dantzie state, that an attempt to relieve the garrison there has failed, and that the Russians suffered considerably in the Offaviv but we have not yet learnt the
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
HER ROYAL faaIINI?,SS PRINCESS MARY

HER ROYAL faaIINI?,SS PRINCESS MARY

a dress of brown crape,.. embroidered silVer and pin rose:, over a petticoat of roy ii purple; the desiga coloar contrasted with tae other, had a new ktild elegant elliTt. 'Oval draperies richly, spangled all per,,',lnfl terminated' 'with inarmag 'b orders of dead and in Vaudy'k
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

MAY 26.—Official news was received yester-. day from the Imperial head-quarters at Filikenstein, dated tho 22d of May. They announce that at ihe moment when dispositions were making- for stormg llakelberg, the fortress of Dantzick demanded to It is consequently probable that at
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FAS HIONAB LES.

COURT AND FAS HIONAB LES.

On Wednesday his MAJESTY held a Private Levee, a! the Palace, when the follnwiug, among others, had the honour of being presented Mr. Wood, on his being appointed a Baron of the Exchequer, when his Majesty was pleased to confer on him the honour of Knighthood. • Admiral Sir J T.
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAY.:

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAY.:

'The Wheats have Much improved in the.. cOurse of, the month, and the warm lands in the eastern, cOuuties begin to ear promisingly,—The Barleys have akin general dunes° well.—Oats bid fair for a general crop, particularly iu the fens of Lincoln and finer proTett for a great prod
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SIR FR.4IIIICIS BURDETT 4V41 MR. ,lULL.

SIR FR.4IIIICIS BURDETT 4V41 MR. ,lULL.

SIR FR.4III I CIS BURDETT 4V41 MR. ,lULL. Mr. Tooke published a second Pamphlet on the subject of the Duel between Sir Francis Burdett Mr. Paull. We extract the following- Correspondence, from which Mr . . Tooke infers, that it is Mr. Paull's in. tentron to murder Sir Francis - T
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England