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hada I.lallabargh 34 826 U. A .. S 6 d 2 U • Paris . . P 4 14 2

hada I.lallabargh 34 826 U. A .. S 6 d 2 U • Paris . . P 4 14 2

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June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FROJI THE 4.IIERICAN P..4PERS.

FROJI THE 4.IIERICAN P..4PERS.

The following dreadful , detail is from an Aniericari . Paper, dated Nashville (Ten) April 6 :—" On the night . of the . oth of. February, a Negrothe propertynf • Capt.,Wilborn, went to the house of Philip Burrow, River; Mrs. Burrow seeing him loitering 'about, quested him to go
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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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
 
' etteneers r and General DanthOunrd the artillery. Graudentz is strong from the number of its mines. The cavalry of

' etteneers r and General DanthOunrd the artillery. Graudentz is strong from the number of its mines. The cavalry of

the array is in fine order. The division of light cavalry, two divisihris of cairassiers, and one of, dragoons, have been reviewed at Miring, on the With, by the Grand Duke of Berg. On the someday, his Majesty arrived at Bi‘hoverden and Stalshurgh, tVhere he reviewed floutpoult'
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROPINMIL NEWS.

PROPINMIL NEWS.

__...",„..._ ()I roitto, JUN I3.—The Chancellor's Prize Composirlbns were nn Wednesday recited by the GentJewett to whom . tio•Y Were adjudged, viz. the Latin Verses, " Fluvius Plata,' Nlr. Law, Student,of Christ Church; the English Essay, On Duelling,' by Mr. J. T. Allan, B. A.
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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. . leeks ? It is well. kuown that the French General, - MENOU, with men, subsisted themselves in this ' place six months, though hammed by continual attacks •`. from the English, and with a : defeated, tspirited, and diseased army. Were the, gates of, the" city throwq open; and
June 21, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England