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DENMARK.

DENMARK.

COpENHAEEN, B.—Last Wednesday evening, OC;eumy "commenced a most • tren,endous bombard-. meta against the w est anti north part of tile town. it cakulated . tbat upon an average, 2500, shrlli, badii, tire-rockets, red-hot balls, were thrown into . the plaee; Many persons were, w
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Goodwin, Sheffield, carpenter, to surrender Oct. 12, 13, NA. 1(1, at eleven, at the Tontine Inn, Sheffield Attorney, Mr. Rodgers, Sheffield. • • Stephen Sprott, Mendham, Suffolk, unlike, Oct. 19, at &lir, 20, at fen, Nov. 10, at eleven, at the Cardinal's lint, Redenhall wit
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TO THE LOYAL AND !ATI:PATTY WORLD teenth Number of he Ile;zu,Monde, or Literary and Fashionabk ogtrie,is published, price and has

TO THE LOYAL AND !ATI:PATTY WORLD teenth Number of he Ile;zu,Monde, or Literary and Fashionabk ogtrie,is published, price and has

the strongest 'claim , : to the at tcntionof the Literati, and the Public ingeneral. The most distinguished Literary characters have furnished highly important and truly ri,erestin.g mat ier for the Thirteenth Number ; it is therefore recommended with confidence to every cir of
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COURT ILVD FAS 1110 NAB LES.

COURT ILVD FAS 1110 NAB LES.

COURT FAS 1110 NAB LES. Wednesday his - Majesty ,held a Courtat the. ( i lmeen's Palace when the following had the. honour of presentedt--;-- fr? ,: a r ntr l f Plymouthlit' Court of l)ciuntuk s t ie o cialmissio d de I. liarcourt, upon his return from India ; and r• G. Jackson,
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MA RRIAGLS.

MA RRIAGLS.

At Christchurch, Hants, Captain Stuart, R. N. second son of the late Hoo.`Sir Charles Stuart, K. 13. to Miss Sullivan, eldest daughter of the Right klefn. John Sullivan. . Tueqlay, at North Stoneham, the Rev. Gilbert Heath-, cote, .Fellow of Winchester College. to Miss Beadon, y
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\ COT; 1-2,SE_ OF EXCJIA N(, r"

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C AND . STRAW. . Straw , Whiiechaper I. s. I. 5 . , Hay - 4 12 6 .

C AND . STRAW. . Straw , Whiiechaper I. s. I. 5 . , Hay - 4 12 6 .

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October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. HOLLAND.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. HOLLAND.

HAGUE, SEPT. 1,-7—Several additional, regulations been established by Government for the purpose. of carrying. into effect Is:I h still greater rigour the decree issued against the British The Minister of. Marine has. been:directed, in order to prevent the introduction of Englis
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A .PROFLIGATE -COURT.

A .PROFLIGATE -COURT.

A Gentleman who lately travelled in Spain, gives the following account of the three principal Personages of the Cou rt of Madrid t The King is a man good intentions hut of confined onder;:tantling, and a mere slave to the of the enure,. ,which fort* not Only Ws sole diversion, b
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TOBEiI 4

TOBEiI 4

mutable - principles Of justice. This is the first virtue General, and Otis - your Excellency- has totally attempting til,attach delinquency,to those very . iu the execution . of their duty, conducted thents..lves so . much. honour:. displaying it in the of battle, by sprcting t
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