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PRICE 'rid.

PRICE 'rid.

d throughout the Metropolis, and withinthe Twopenny Post tended to. Prince of Neufchatel, to the Grand Duke Constantine. and Prince Kurakin. The Emperor has given orders that the Russian prisoners should be clothed, equipped, and armed, before they return tot heir own country. T
August 2, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPEPIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LOB DS.

IMPEPIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LOB DS.

MONDAY, JULY 21. , Lord 'TOLLAND wished to be informed, whether his hlrer jesty's Ministers intended to make any to Parliament, the report of having commeoced between America and this country ? In putting this questioa he had two objects: the, first was, as he hoped it would tur
August 2, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY's LONDON GAZE7TE.

SATURDAY's LONDON GAZE7TE.

BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED. Germs Jlall , Bow-street,• Covent-Garden, liquor-merchant, from Aug. 1 to Aug. 21, at ten, at Guildhall. Edward Main, St. Sw ithen's-lane, merchant, front Aug. 8 to Aug. 11, at ten, at Guildhall. BANKRUPTS. Henry Butcher, Ilythe, Kent, sudler, to surrender
August 2, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
4CCIDVNTS, OFFENCES, to.

4CCIDVNTS, OFFENCES, to.

The long de.;ending contest between Dutch SaM and Tom Belcher, took place on Tuesday at Moulsey Hurst, for t)0 guineas. The road to the field of action was 41ever before so crowded St: James's, St. Gil', and Duke's 'Place, seemed to have furnished their comple'meta, :Ind Jew and
August 2, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROIINCL4I; NEWS.

PROIINCL4I; NEWS.

Last week the daughter of an opulent Curtner, neat Preston, Lancashire, was carried oit for Gretna Green, by a poor weaver, who, by the assistance of some of . bil neighbours, was provided, with every necessary for , journey. The parents of the young lady dad not disco - . ver h
August 16, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TO CO4II2ESP(iNDEATTS.

TO CO4II2ESP(iNDEATTS.

.S.'s Letter rEnin fl ti 1 been re; 4ivod.—lye have not . • forgotten our ,pi .de, ad s I sill)rily act upon it.; but J. S. must be an a , 11.. t investigation is ,thilicult as the inquiliesof when in ituisnit of he was compelled to descend the . infix 7 ',Unbar. .
August 16, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS. LONDON:

THE NEWS. LONDON:

SUNDdY, AUGUST 30. Szmom has a week been so prolific of deceitful speculation. A most painfut anxiety fills every mind upon the subject of the Danes, which has induced many whose ' - views of interest predominate . over the feelings *f the public, to originate accounts, all of w
August 30, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
C.4I7IOLICS.

C.4I7IOLICS.

• The following, is an accnrate Copy of the Petition finally agreed to by the Catholics of Ireland, and intended to be presented to .Parliameat next Session:— , TO 9.IiE,COMAIONS OF TREAT BRITAIN IREI.AND, 1 : IN YARLIAMENT ASbE3IBLED. • The. humble Petition of the Roman .Catlie
August 30, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PROTEST

PROTEST

ZNTIMED ON TAR JO:ERICA 91 , LORDS ON THE OCcASION OF THE REJECTION OF THE ENTITLED " N ACT TO CANNTINC4 OF PFICES IN roft JOINT LiyES, ' BENRFIT OF stJATIVORSIIIr." 'DISSENTIENT, • Ist, Because we are of opinion titatia Bill of such magnitude and importance, sent up by the • Co
August 9, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, AVU. 6i ,

THURSDAY, AVU. 6i ,

Mr., übtoiini leave to bring until the liOtii . day fter meeting. of, the oext Seli4 bson of Parliament, Act Of.the of, the relaliO4 In Curate, .so far tr , the *now rev/eels Curate* adyinted to , other n% alrerplunce of Queen Bounty. • i The Parocliiia School a third pawed, on
August 9, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England