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The British Officers have proposed:

The British Officers have proposed:

Art. I. A suspension of hostilities for three days, to commence this day at noon, in order to afford time for making the necessary arrangements for the execution of an schange of prisoners.—Anssver, Granted. Art. 11. That all prisoners of war, wounded and others, belong:ng to hi
March 14, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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SO The fooleries of this poor old woman, amtthe.absurdities of the wretched fanatics called her followers have at last so far attracted public attention, that Tow, the snan who acts as Chief Priest in her Temple, has now the honour of attracting crowds as numerous as those who we
August 29, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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February 3, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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February 3, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 

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LAST INDIA. HUM, Joistory 41, 1814. THE COURT of DIR)S'CWRS of the UNIT. D COMP,A NT of MERCHANTS of NGL

LAST INDIA. HUM, Joistory 41, 1814. THE COURT of DIR)S'CWRS of the UNIT. D COMP,A NT of MERCHANTS of NGL

AND, trading to.th< BAST INDIES, do heraygise Natice, That a General Court of the said Company' will .held at their Heim in I.ohdenhall-street, on Friday, the 4th of Febraani next; Areltven o'clock in the forenoon, at the desire of more than nine Proprittors, to Ballot on the fo
February 3, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FEL6 IN COURTS OF JUSTICE.

FEL6 IN COURTS OF JUSTICE.

Sir JOHN NEWPORT said he was about to move for a return of the rates of fees demanded and received in the superior Courts of Justice in the United Kingdom for the last twenty years. He said it had been observed in that House, that the fees demanded in Courts of Justice were not
April 1, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PROVINS, MARCH 21.

PROVINS, MARCH 21.

The grand park of artillery, and the liureauit belonging to the head-quarters, are One forwards.—A great quantity of provisions of every kind passes for the army, as well as tine horses for the artillery.— The enemy, it is said, had a great many men drowned in rcpassing the Sein
April 1, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
DISTRESS IN.GARMANY: WHILE Europe is exulting in the immediate prospect 'of Peace, and every heart is devising the Most elpsessive

DISTRESS IN.GARMANY: WHILE Europe is exulting in the immediate prospect 'of Peace, and every heart is devising the Most elpsessive

means vent to the generous feelings which is exciter k the COMMIFTEE for relieving DISTRESS in GERMANY deem it scarcely needful to remind Britons, That there is no mode of reloitirt irrproeperity, no way of sheering our gra-_ tittide to Arm MIT PsoVIDEtCC for the blessing, more
May 13, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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May 13, 1814 - Star (London) - London, London, England