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FBA NCE.

FBA NCE.

4 —The Mayor of Ltourdeaur, on the 31th to the inliabtiants, that the auxary tipanislt troops would arrivein that city the relloving. order : —1.24 b men on the 3d of June, to remain there on the- Itli ; en the Mb, In remain the 6tl ; 15 on the 10,,ilommtain the h 11.1) ; men, n
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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
 
TITE

TITE

oa is published at an early hour ou Suethiev Mairiii 11 !Theriot, I SUNDAY
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

CONSTANTgitorr.r, 'Aeon 24.- 7 -The squadron of.-thc. Captain which daily receives reinforcements,; ii partly before Gallipoli, and partly before the Dardanelles -The Divan, in order to provide for the flv• peaces of the war, has laid an ionpost upon the tenures of the military,
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
51,AR RIAGES.

51,AR RIAGES.

Mr. Mottley, of the Customs, Portsmouth, to Miss Cowie, daughter or the late W. G. Cowie, Esq. Lieutenant of tho Royal Navy. Sunday, Mr. Joieph Clime, of the Pock-yard at Portsmouth, to. Mary Iloyter, of Gosport. .. , At St. Alichael le Illclficy's, Chitties Best, M. I). to Mips
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLAND

POLAND

WARSAW, MAT Tr.—A courier from Coniiantin4le has brought official-advice, that the English, who had landed at Alexandria, have been entirely defeated by the Turks, and forced to re-iinbark.
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. A VERA(II: PRICE OF CORN. PER QUAIITE/t( Great Britahl - for the Week ending June 13 . . \,

. A VERA(II: PRICE OF CORN. PER QUAIITE/t( Great Britahl - for the Week ending June 13 . . \,

Eng.& Wale:.:. Scotland Eng. & Wales. s. 'd. s. d. ' .s.d. ' 8 . ' d ; Wheat .. .. 74 3 09 5 ... .42 54 41 It.ye , 47 I 35 9 , Pease .....48 0 Barley ... . 7 S 3 111 . '1 Oatmeal .. 41 II ' 22 . I " _2l 11 20 7 1 Big ' I) ,t)
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
the of the Turks. At Ismail,• a deseiter having an. to Pelwan Aga that the Russians were busy in preparing

the of the Turks. At Ismail,• a deseiter having an. to Pelwan Aga that the Russians were busy in preparing

foli their departure, he procured a reinforecinent from. .the aovanckd guard of the Grand Vizier's army, - which he united to his oa n, and having sworn on the Alcorau to conquer or to periqt, he marched with three columns, of 5000 men each, and attacked the Russians at day brea
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England