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EARL STANHOPE'S-A Elf"- VENZED VESSEL.

EARL STANHOPE'S-A Elf"- VENZED VESSEL.

EARL STANHOPE'S - A VENZED VESSEL. Monday the. launch of this, singularly constructed vessel, invented . by Earl Stanhope, took place in the Pond in -Kensington -Gardens, opposite the Palace, where it was 'brought in an unfinishiA state last week; from Oitstle-street, Oxford-stre
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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.PjW/ Jt (././!; .Li/'

Jt (././!; .Li/' In A ( 1113 Ce of ! at a nature lee, , _ 'fortni 4 lit. ' A Vtilonteers t w er° uarters 411)011; 111 Op !i!orpipi,„ w in they 'met by a li l. ictiows, principallyd:.es'sed sail Ors- and bludgo ens, Brid,;;e, v vithoo t , u , i n commenced . a fariOns attack II tn
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
wo attempts had•heen made, in the course of the winter, to I,rtmk open and rob the house of Mr. Boreham,

wo attempts had•heen made, in the course of the winter, to I,rtmk open and rob the house of Mr. Boreham,

whicia to a suspicion that Simmons was with s gang of accompines : but when .he was .brought . before thp • Coroner's Jury,. covered • with b!ood, and'closelyAnterrogated, he denied all .tion with accomplices, expressed sorrow for what he bad done, and, said he had no previOus i
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
_ Dray inn, Of Gloccster.. • , • ' On Tuesday, at Wansford, near Stamford, Mr. F. Kirby, of Ilarrowdeo,

_ Dray inn, Of Gloccster.. • , • ' On Tuesday, at Wansford, near Stamford, Mr. F. Kirby, of Ilarrowdeo,

to Miss Jane Sharpe, of Wansford. It, is re- , ,markahle that that considerable parish this is the first wedding solemniz...d in the church Air near six year. On the 1 tth inst. at Si, Mary. Newington, George Shaw,. of the Long Custom , house, t&i M4s Elizabeth N ichols, of Albi
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
WEST IY DIES.

WEST IY DIES.

[We have been favoured by h friend with the Quebec Herfrom which n we take the following account of the nd of birracoa,—a settlement Which, from its Contiguity to the Spanish Main, is likely bocome of great impqtttore to the trade of Great Britain. It has already been 'lectured
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CHANGE.

CHANGE.

ye not had a great many rivet ling; tine &amities s heep ,thcir whole was dull, and the beeiv.o little business don': mire than that SI liite Peas nO tie rather lhe decline, ;ES AS UNDER. AIONVAY. ti. 9. Wheat • 4n a TA Fine ditto. 1 ,4 a. 69 Rye (New) .40 a 44 Parley j...34 - M
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Cana, SEPT. I.—The Spanish colonies are in the best slate of defence. New. Spain contains 9300 regular troops, and 24,000 militia. In Guatimala there are 1085 regulars, and 7560 milithl; in Jucatan, 2000c: 1 liable of bearing 4 arms; in Cuba, 500 • in FlOricln , 2000 ; at Porto
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BANK RUPTS.

BANK RUPTS.

John Perkins and George Bethel!, Oxford-street, woollendrapers, to surrender Oct. 26, at ten, Nov. 41, at eleven, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Taller, Ethiard__strett, Cavendish-,,quare. 'Michael Vihmi, Ne.% castle-upon-Tyne, spirit-merchant, Nov. 2,3, 21, at at the Shakespene Ta
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE POH.TUGUESE.

THE POH.TUGUESE.

. The fate of Portugal .has considerably engaged the lineation of the public, and a great deal has been said 'tojutify the belief that the abdication of its present eat of Government is conclusively settled. , To this opinion, from thestrong . circumstances which occurred, We .m
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
nble Fup uriatiod. to S. f, 40 a 40 a 0 35 a 4 34 a 7V 18 i 2

nble Fup uriatiod. to S. f, 40 a 40 a 0 35 a 4 34 a 7V 18 i 2

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October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England