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ORDER OF COUNCIL.

ORDER OF COUNCIL.

; At a Court held at the n ~ . ?? da^-t, the following Or!r V Pa,BCC ° nWednPS - Present tl,, KlNf - ° "' Cou ««- was-istrticd . I J < ■*« 17, ISO 7. -a fa^r , ' Xcel!o " t MAj EST y in Council. ! Council, thai mi ?? 5 °*y ordered hy Hi- Majesty in ! Hamburgh anr , Rre , J" 0- f
June 19, 1807 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Witnesses to the above 11:ure

Witnesses to the above 11:ure

Witnesses to the above foHN .Tirompiou, No. New Poultry Market; and I oM WlrrrosH, Old Assembly-Close, Edinburgh. Prepared and Sold by the sole Proprietor, 0 A s 4,Y LOR, Member Of . the Royal College of Su r . ...i;Ops, at his flouse, No. 9, New Bridge-street, London; pi:tire, a
June 19, 1807 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
tieu4. ELBERS, commanding the post at Doze, bad , no sooner received advice of this affair, than he set 'out

tieu4. ELBERS, commanding the post at Doze, bad , no sooner received advice of this affair, than he set 'out

with 25 chasseurs,to Duneti,, and drove the Enemy out of the village. in the in terhn Captain Bosttive, Commander of a battalion of chasseurs at Cuxhaven, having' received intelligence of 'the Enemy's proceedings, ColleCled as many voltigeurs and carabineers as he could, and pla
June 19, 1807 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
REPORT. COURT OF KING's BENCLI, ftrtlf 18. COLMAN V. BOLTON'. This wal- an action brought •to recover compensa'tion in damages,

REPORT. COURT OF KING's BENCLI, ftrtlf 18. COLMAN V. BOLTON'. This wal- an action brought •to recover compensa'tion in damages,

for -an injury ilstaiiied by the -Plaintiff, by reason of the negligence of, the. Defendant's servant. The Plaintiff, in,this case, was a cooper, and the Defendant a coach-owner, who was. in the, habit. of letting out for hire; to the Post-office, some of the 'wicker-carts Used
June 19, 1807 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
faction-! To Carpenters and Olliers.—Tioomy Premises,, near BUlidpspate-street, Reinaimna; ck, lew la/Is Kuniitore, &.C. —By s'Srs. GRIFFITH, 'I’KIXS, auil Co.

faction-! To Carpenters and Olliers.—Tioomy Premises,, near BUlidpspate-street, Reinaimna; ck, lew la/Is Kuniitore, &.C. —By s'Srs. GRIFFITH, 'I’KIXS, auil Co.

the i’reiu -e«, m Sonar l. i:>f-couit, f-Mixui street, DAY, the not. at n, Ur-e YARD, witii roomy workihoji, convenient ilwellnisj-lioiiap, and other premUeii, situated above, and held for 11$ years, at very smell rent. At tiie same time will he sold the residue of the Stock Tra
June 19, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

L N D N. The first embarkation the troops intended to employed the expedition ii completed, and the are now afloat, amounting to 17.000 men, entirely of tire German Legion* ■••r was sent oil Tuesday night from Lord office dispatches for the Commander the Legion, and orders sail
June 19, 1807 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ATTEMPT AT ASSASSINATION.

ATTEMPT AT ASSASSINATION.

Y'fterday, at Guildhall, Alexander Monroe was examined before Sir John Earner, charged w.th firing a piftol at a Lady in Fleet-ftreet, and wounding her. The following are the particularsA Gentleman, who was walking on the oppofite fide the llrtet, faw the prifoner fuddenly put h
June 19, 1807 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
1 urnputc Hoad Jrom DOVER to SANDGAIE, • NOTICE. next meeting of the Trustees will be held the Guildhall, in

1 urnputc Hoad Jrom DOVER to SANDGAIE, • NOTICE. next meeting of the Trustees will be held the Guildhall, in

the town of Dover, on T the 30th of June infant, at clivcn o’clock: in the forenoon ; for the purpose viewing and taking into consideration the encroachment made on the Road the erection of several tenements, near the Red Cow, at. the entrance of the town of Dover. Wm. REYNOLDS,
June 19, 1807 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
New Parliament.

New Parliament.

COMMON'S. . l ' t , fj/c jl()vl>ei itttirti(it itiie in the Sin* i'(irliiinnnt,fji '' several Counties, Cilia, lioruugln, ijc. !■"& a " d ll ulu> j alphabtlicuHy arranged. (CT- marked thus ♦, w.-re not the last l'arliameut. 11. t)i.!-> •, are < .• m,-f. in, tile vet an- re-Heele
June 19, 1807 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Mail from Tonningen arrived on Tuesday morning 1 The ai mies Poland, the date the latest accounts, •till remained their cantonments. account is yet received the terms of the capitulation Dautzic. It is however, again stated, that the garrison marched out on the con lition of onl
June 19, 1807 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England