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T H 4 1 . • . SUNDAY, THE w (Mice, in Brydges-street,` . .titui .distribpte by Nine o'Cluck.—,Conntntinicutions, (pii.st free) respectfully ati QGTOBER, 1S; 1807.
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MB .V t'NOL Y CATASTROPHE, AT SADLER'S WELLS.

MB .V t'NOL Y CATASTROPHE, AT SADLER'S WELLS.

On . Thursdhy night a set tit ruffians and pickpocket* got into Sadler's Wells. Near the close of the periormance, after . making n'sham fight among themselves, they left the . 'house, exclaiming, "a Jiglit / ar fight !"—Thitt was , mistaken for a cry. of' "flit 1" and an instan
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN- INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

FOREIGN- INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

FOREIGN - INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. PARI4. 'SEPT. 23.—Y. de Liodbolto, Aide-de.Camp of the Prince Royal of Denmark, had priterelay audience of the'Emperor. The Prince Royal has puremptorily refued, to ratify the etprtNeq")l wsti the EOgi;. The orearest preparations irre - making, it'
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TVIt ET.

TVIt ET.

SF.MT. 2.—The English Anibaßsador. Paget, has. entireiy failed before the Dardanelles: English fleet has not dared to attempt the passage al second time. insid;(lus propesitiors of English Cabiuet have beeu rejected with disdain.
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OCTOBER 11

OCTOBER 11

that shili by Capt. Humphries, of the Leopard. It proved that he was a British stibject, and that had- particularly dist ieguished himself as a ringleader or the delerters.- 7 Whencatted on for !nit defence,. he retired for a r un with the Judge Advocate; and, oil his return, on
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THEA V? ICA LS'.

THEA V? ICA LS'.

Tun new singer in our next.
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
GiOLTII7' AND .F'ASIIIONABLES..

GiOLTII7' AND .F'ASIIIONABLES..

AND .F'ASIIIONABLES.. . Wednesday, his MA.Lics-r who'd a Levee at the Queries patoc e , when the following. had the honour of-beingpresented t—Mr. G. Bose, Jun. on appoinled a Special Mission to the Unitcd , States riea ; Mr., J ENAisrsoN, Upon hisTrturn from Vienna ; Sir.J. U. W
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FROM TIIE. PAPERS.

FROM TIIE. PAPERS.

We.on Friday received , Arnericao-Papers , to the nth . nit. • Col. Burr ' though acquitted of the charge of High Treason, is to he tried - for a misdemeanor. The three deserters from ,the Alelainpus,. who were taken out of the Chesapeak, haste been:tried, and sentenced to recei
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BO INC Oil D IS4Ti 4.

BO INC Oil D IS4Ti 4.

BO D IS4Ti 4. The match between the infamously celebrated Cutle y; now the blackguard Champion of 'England, and the:big blackguard grepao, look place on Wedulisday last; near the six mite bottom; on the road from 'Neve r market, it WWI one Of the most obstinate and san-- guinary
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

HATTON-GARDpir. On Saturdargennight, ilar:ert.Potveil, was brought before Magistrates, charged with being a rogrici vagabond, and impostor, and - obtaining -money fraudulent pretences,,from.o-ne Thomas Barnes, a foiol' man, in the : service Of Sitrgeon -Blair, of .Great Russell'
October 18, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England