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DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Nov. 17. J. Pringle Warciour-street, upholsterer, at one, at Guildhall. Nov. S. B. Read, jun. Bridgewater, Somersetshire, taylor, at eleven, at the Angel Inn, Bridgewalei: Nov. 3. F. A. Witty, Great Earl-street, Seven Dials, iron. monger, at ten; at Guildhall. Dec. 1...1V. Fishe
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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OCTOBER 26,1807.
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Sr.-177;-,P4PERS.

Sr.-177;-,P4PERS.

715.....6... TRE:KING—A PROCLAMATION' . AND SE.AAIL.N.iItoSI•SCRy. . pit; AD STATES.. - ~ . . , , Whereas it bath heen represented unto us, that great Of mariners and seafaring Men,' mo- l'atoral-b6ro subjects, have been ehticed to enter into the service of foreign States, and a
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY's LONDON' GAZETTE.

TUESDAY's LONDON' GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. Watling-street, warehouseman, to t, " at Nov. 7, Dec. I, at one, at Guildhall. ~" 111 11 e, Mr. Wilde, jun. Castle-street„falc on-s q our t . and Thomas Johnson; Ityde.strec,t, onnilkary, . Oct, 27, at ,NOV. a, INT. 1, S t ' e kvell,. at Guildhall.. Attinuies, Messrs.
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
7711EA7'RICALS.

7711EA7'RICALS.

• In proportion as our authors are wretched, our actors in general- are very good, and our ,singers seem atuhi, tious of equalling them in. numbers well as reputation. In addition to Miss MnAnows, Miss BouroX, and Mrs. DA PO?iTE, a few days have made us acquainted with Miss LYON
October 25, 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
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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
October 4, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
the ,language •of imint . ipg, uolike that of yyoros, retnuins . the ages, more to the heart the .

the ,language •of imint . ipg, uolike that of yyoros, retnuins . the ages, more to the heart the .

'eye. The urtkes motto in ielation to this piece, is`that of A Pingo eternita:i"—" . To paint for eternity." It. TaEsnAm and Non.rneotE .are the rival candidates for the office of Professor of Painting the. Royal Academy, The-stinabbling amoflg . many of the .Mernbers of this it
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
N r O. i ityltoy , 111:

N r O. i ityltoy , 111:

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

IBELAAT.

• I A bout ten o'clock on the night of Sunday Ihe house of -Lanrenee in the t 1 I. IQ o _ t 11 1 1 ( the of Linierie, was attacked by an of, about 20, who . set tire 1011 W house (hirer:, tired several shots into it, and nlnai 1100, 1 %, found that he longer rctnau ill the rushe
October 25, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England