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,11EVIEI1 'OF POLITICS. CONDITION OF IRELAND.

,11EVIEI1 'OF POLITICS. CONDITION OF IRELAND.

liv a review of the history of this unfortunate kingfrom its partial subjugation by HENnv 11. to its reduction by kLIZABETif, and from that to_the Present period, it is evident that the insurrections in Ireland have been chiefly produced by the oppressinns "the English Governmen
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Nov. IQ. AV. Si fl, Sun—treet, Ilibliopspite-strect, trunk- _ maker, at one, at Chnltinall. 1 .1. Iteu,ford, Fleet-market, victualler, at one, at Nov. Ii). E. 11. Strange, Frant, Sussex, grocer, at. one, at _Guildhall, London. Nov. 6. V. HliJscis , Fleet-tuarkei,- cheeFeinonger,
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SWEDEN.

SWEDEN.

CARWIZONA, SCPT. 13.—8 y a report recei'vetlyesterday hy express, from Cenerat Baron Toll, dated the Sth inst. his Ito3al Majesty has been informed, that on the preceding day, the 7th of this month, an 'agreement ,was concluded in Stralsund, between the said General, and the Fre
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
I' 1101'S. Pockets 1. F. I 5, Kent 5 7 'I Sussex 5 V? i 1(1 Fartillasil....:7 • 0 10

I' 1101'S. Pockets 1. F. I 5, Kent 5 7 'I Sussex 5 V? i 1(1 Fartillasil....:7 • 0 10

October 4, 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
 
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
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Higginhottom, Tottenhae-court-road, cock-founder, to surrender, Oct. 20, 21, at ten, Nov. 14, at one, at - A ttornim, Mr. comb, Vine-street, Piccadilly ; Mr. Hunt, Surrey.street, Strand. - Bcnjamin bloondeldt, Upper Norton-street, Fitzroy-square, wine -merchant, Oct. 10,
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BRITISH PROSPERITY.

BRITISH PROSPERITY.

The following picture of'the Commercial Prosperity , of England is taken from . a very ingenious Work., re(Tit(y published, under the title of" Letters from , England, by -Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella," which, though purporting.to be a translation from the Spanish, is attributed
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
4PCIDENTS; OPFENCO, &c.

4PCIDENTS; OPFENCO, &c.

. . On Tuesday Seinnight, an elderly, man, genteelly Aressed, applied to Mrs. Rost, who Owns three houses, elegantly furnished, in Holles-street, Cavendish,square, to hire one of them, for which he agreed to pay nine 4undied guineas .for three years, anifirepresente:l to be ju4
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England