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COVER N MENtr OF PoRTUGA L.

COVER N MENtr OF PoRTUGA L.

DID. EDITOR, . .. . .. The reports so prevalent lately respecling.an inten- . e bon of removing the Government •of -Portugal to the I. brazils, have occasioned no small sensation among the of Governments in general, who, I need not !e tell you, are pretty in itch the same in all
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OCTOBER 11 LON bON MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.

OCTOBER 11 LON bON MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.

FRIDAY, Ocr. 9.—We have had some fresh arrivals of Wheat op, oa IVednmday .. :01(1,to-day ; our buyers. whiting the of iiex't Monday's market, caused the Stiles to he ver heavy al prices rather decliolog. Grey are dearer, Other articies.scarcely ?upport Monday's currency' . . CU
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. . Munson - House', Tuesday; Oct. S Olllcl lieltin of Flour, including from the 24th of Sept. to thi.

. . Munson - House', Tuesday; Oct. S Olllcl lieltin of Flour, including from the 24th of Sept. to thi.

30th of Sept. a I. .14,070 inckS.—Average Price 49 4d.-0 lid hi& i !vtetril., .5
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE FINE ARTS. MR. STOTHARD'S PROCESSION OF CHAUCER'S PILGRIMS TO CANTERBURY.

THE FINE ARTS. MR. STOTHARD'S PROCESSION OF CHAUCER'S PILGRIMS TO CANTERBURY.

There is no artist , better known to the public than Mr. STOTTIAnu. For the last twenty .Ycars his pencil has been the best ,ornament - of almost every publication embellished with the fascinating; arts of deign . und engraving. Like the 'sun, he has cheered and delighted us .!v
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
I remain your's, &c. Pity.° JUST ITI A.. POLICE.

I remain your's, &c. Pity.° JUST ITI A.. POLICE.

I remain your's, &c. Pity.° JUST POLICE. mAncuonouGll-STREFT, The wife of a medical gentleman, at Ripkrnansworth,. was , brought to this Office On Monday evening, she hay., log eloped from her home a few days since, with Lieut.. of the 24th Light I.lragoons.—lt appeared that Mrs.
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE: OF 110 PS. Bags I. %. 1. S. Pockets I, ;;. Kent slt a. 0 0 I Kent 5

PRICE: OF 110 PS. Bags I. %. 1. S. Pockets I, ;;. Kent slt a. 0 0 I Kent 5

Itei n 1 I 5 10 a 6 15 Sussex .4... 5 11 a li Essex.. ... 510 a 5 10 1 Parnlam 8 0;111 l'
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF GRAIN' AT UXIIII I DGE. TLior3ikt.y, Oct. B.—Wheat, per load, 161. Gs. to 191. 04 Barley, per quarter,

PRICE OF GRAIN' AT UXIIII I DGE. TLior3ikt.y, Oct. B.—Wheat, per load, 161. Gs. to 191. 04 Barley, per quarter,

11. 1.. d. to 11. 2b. od.---Oats, per qr. 11.12 i. 11.)8s. —Beaus, per. qr. 21.1 Is. to 31. On. —Pease,per J. 3s. to •21. 12s.
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE

PRICE

.11 throughout the Metropol6 and withinthe Twopenny Poht tended to. become Christians; the to be understood of may become Alahomefaits.--The ratifications were to be exchanged in the course of a week. According. to a letter in the Montleur, the King of Sweden, and especially the
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
I).ROVINCIAL NEWS,

I).ROVINCIAL NEWS,

I ). ROVINCIAL NEWS, c o• ven, smugglers were • cominitteu to GROI ki week and Wllllst they Ivere loading them with irons, (Tio of the party priiteuding to a deal of :sangfroid, said ,to the Turnkey, Well, I've seen enough Of this, So • 11(, !2, , 0ne home." The Turnkey supposing
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT ANL) kirISIJIONABLES.

COURT ANL) kirISIJIONABLES.

COURT ANL) 'OnWedt)eiday, twelveo'clock, their NI Alea* Tlr arrived at Queen's Palace front Windsor ; they were followed by four of the Princesses; the Dukes of Y6rix, 'KENT, and we're in alleedance it !the door of the Palace, to receive their Royal Parents aud sisters, and hande
October 11, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England