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7'llE FINE ARTS'. EXHIBITION OF Ttwe itOYAL ACADEMY.

7'llE FINE ARTS'. EXHIBITION OF Ttwe itOYAL ACADEMY.

FINE ARTS'. EXHIBITION OF Ttwe itOYAL ACADEMY. . , . -- 4 N i nW itig % iews in verdure ri3e, inchnn I i i N- r •.to•r -k,... , ; Aid iitys extiiti,„ ; frll,,- 3 1, .:' • Uttl.l i, ia 11/I' ,•i•e- SIIEE. 8. CreinhiLl the wile.of s7u4g to Irony '' , 4 l l rhiln, heal IV Gunther, .
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
he held was dressed in a ligkt dra,b,eoat, and had a handkerchief lopse about his neck. lt . is supposekAat,

he held was dressed in a ligkt dra,b,eoat, and had a handkerchief lopse about his neck. lt . is supposekAat,

3.l2.cylagforter can speak more fully on the They are committed for further . examination on Menday.
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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
 
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 • his Lordship had withdrawn himself for the purpose of sacrificing to the God A pis, when a cataract was discharged upon him from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
 
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
 
REVIEW OF POLITICS. IRELAND.

REVIEW OF POLITICS. IRELAND.

we observe with the most heartfelt satisfaction that the religious ferment so industriously excited by the present Ministers is , fast subsiding in this country, , our pleasure is enhanced on finding that the part of the Empire which might be suppesed to be most susceptible, of
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

FROM THE FRONTIERS-Op TU R KE Y , APRIL 36.—The victories of the Servians and Russians have not been such magnitude as reporteil, nor of long duration, if C can credit ,the intelligence just received, naniely, tha t the Russian General Michelson has bean surrounded bythe Turks,,
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TUESDAPS LONDON GAZETIT*.

TUESDAPS LONDON GAZETIT*.

Foreign-Office, Jute 1, ' 'rhe King has been paced to . apiioint the Right Troll. J. Hookluon Frere to be his Majesiy's Elit•oy Ettraoedinar3: and Minister Plenipotential to the Court .of Prussia. . .. The King been to appoint O. Jack. son, EMI. to he his Majesty's Secretary of
June 7, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England