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CONSTITUTION ALE and TABLE-BEER BREWERY London Tavebn, Bishopsoatb-Strebt, June 10. Sir WILLIAM RAWLINS, Knt. in the Chair. AT adjourned MEETING

CONSTITUTION ALE and TABLE-BEER BREWERY London Tavebn, Bishopsoatb-Strebt, June 10. Sir WILLIAM RAWLINS, Knt. in the Chair. AT adjourned MEETING

of the COM. MITTEE appointed carry into eflcct tlic Report of the former Committee for the Establishment of this BREWERY, It was unanimously Resolved, That the advantages arising to the Public in the establishment of Brewery, wliere Malt and Hops were the only ingredients, were
June 19, 1807 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Trinity-House, London, Bhu June, 18<17. NOTICE TO MARINERS. ST. NICHOLAS’ Sand Itaviug gathered to the Southward, as also Hit Ridge

Trinity-House, London, Bhu June, 18<17. NOTICE TO MARINERS. ST. NICHOLAS’ Sand Itaviug gathered to the Southward, as also Hit Ridge

at the S. E. part of the CraM- Sand, contracting the width of St. Nicholas’ Gat, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the following Buoys are shifted from their former stations,to the.Soulhemmost edge of the above Sands, and an Additional White Buoy is added, lying on the Inner or Weste
June 19, 1807 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
London,

London,

Jl. l°- Papers the have been freeived. They state,that tli« canitnlationofDantzic concluded the ult, but under agreement that it not carred into etlect until the that day the French, a matter ' form, possession some the works, and next day the place was evacuated with the usual
June 19, 1807 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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June 19, 1807 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
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June 19, 1807 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENT. • The fust Session of the third Pailiairent of the United Kingdom Great Britain and Ireland, will commence on

PARLIAMENT. • The fust Session of the third Pailiairent of the United Kingdom Great Britain and Ireland, will commence on

Monday next. The first day «dl occupied with swearing in Members, and choosing Waker. Mr. Abbot will, most likely, be re-elected , die ability,diligence, and inter.ny w.lli has filled that arduous office, must unite ad in his favour. The succeding fnesday. NVednesdav, and Thursd
June 19, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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lilies l)i> auctitm. Elegant and E-T^ts.—By Mr. V ci.- his Anetiou Pnom, C’h.ir'cs -tiejt, Iferkelfv and following Days) at liehv, Tl'^ Ti-fE 'and FIJRMTUCE. lar,e P.oi.-, Pi. ami Cia.n;.; ? 1 * KiH'oelam, French Clock. Can.Jeiabras. rxhK-,.i.» <,!; l s, *>. fiiKstoimd Grand Piam
June 19, 1807 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
I+lh of JULY. Thi* Lottery consists of only 20,000 Tickets, and contains the following rich List of Capitals: 1 of

I+lh of JULY. Thi* Lottery consists of only 20,000 Tickets, and contains the following rich List of Capitals: 1 of

2 of 2 of 20.000 5 of 1,000 of 10,000 of 500 and a larger proportion of small prizes than any other Lotti fur several yea's past, the ritk to Iru than three blanks to a prize. The tollowing Agents art appointed by Swilt and Co, for the sale of Ticket* and Shares: Messrs. ROUSE a
June 19, 1807 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

Ranks of the Main, June 6. The capture of Dantzic forms epoch the war, or rather, perhaps, it may said to mark the commeno tnent of the second campaign. It is some consolation to find, that the garrison has obtained terms of capitulation, which, though formerly very usu d, have
June 19, 1807 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The Danish Mail, due on Wednesday has arrived; it furnishes little news. Respecting the movements of the French army, subsequent the surrender of Dantzic, can collect no information from the German Papers. The most we can ascertain from them is, that (he head quarters still cont
June 19, 1807 - Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal - Canterbury, Kent, England