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POIVERS:

POIVERS:

It has puzzled our most', acute politiciilms to account for the state of the -French Finances in the ast and in the present war, which certainly must strike every one . as being much more favourable than was to be expected, in a country where a national bankruptcy had annihilate
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. f 26.

COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. f 26.

COURT OF KING'S- BENCH, Nov. Lord ELLENnoltouCirr sat from 9 tO .10 at Nrisi Prias, to take undefended causes, and then the . COurt sat. . - • 'THE KING V. LOWTIfER, ES(z George Lowther, Esq. received the judgment of the Court, for a libel on J. T. Bait, Esq.. one of the, Magistr
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
From TUESDAY, March 11, to BRUNSWICK.

From TUESDAY, March 11, to BRUNSWICK.

; The following is given in a German Journal, as noble monument of patriotism, doing equal honour to a brave Prince and his subjects : "The PETITION of the BRUNSWICKERS to their DUKE. ILLUSTRIOUS lIRIKE, " MOST GRACIOUS PRINtE AND LORD, " To your children, and all good Brunswick
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
IhiME CißbUii. iititTi4oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t&

IhiME CißbUii. iititTi4oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t&

IhiME CißbUii. iititTi 4 oll.Th MONDAY, MARCH t& tat morning; dbcnit fie o'clock; Mr. JailCe H H EAT and read his ColianisSion tir holding the AsiiZei for ilia County. Alter hearing Divitte-Servide; the Learned Jtilge pru teeded to the liusineprof the Cotinty. ' There are only lo
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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• °) 52015.] WEDNESDAY, Oct. 16. PROM THE PARIS PAPERS. -0- ARTS, OCT. 6.—The • has established hi head-quarters at Stutgard. The army passed the Neckar without experiencing either sickness or desertion. Many conscripts have join- Id. A success not less important is, the junction
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WURTSBURGIT, SEPT. 25.

WURTSBURGIT, SEPT. 25.

Letters from Berlin state, that a Russian Courier, who-had arrived from Wilna, brought his Majesty a Letter from the EMPEROR ALEXANDER. HIS MAJESTY immediately assembled a Council, consisting of the DUKE Of BRUNSWICK, M. MOLLENDORF, SCHULEMBERG, HARDENBERG, UAUGWITZ ; Ro- CHEL,
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MILAN, SEPT. 21.

MILAN, SEPT. 21.

- A Decree, dated from St. Cloud, the 14th Sep. tember, enacts, that in the course October the National Guards shall be called into active service in all the communes of the kingdom of Italy. They are to be immediately,under the orders of the Prince Vice-Roy. "SABLES- D'OLONNES,
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
FRANKFORT, OCT. 5.

FRANKFORT, OCT. 5.

The passage of the French from the Left-to the Right Bank of the Rhine has now ceased at all points, and it. seems as if all the troops destined to open the campaign were now on German ground. It appears further, that the ..troops, which have gone over at Manhcim and Strasburgh,
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LUBEC, OC r. 4.

LUBEC, OC r. 4.

Accounts received from Captains of ships state, that a part of the Russian fleet of men of war and transports, was to sail from Cronstadt for Revel on the 23d. We are informed, that a part of the. Danish Navy is fitting out at Copenhagen. Some military preparati9ns are also maki
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE II 0 L Yesterday morning Tntitt MAJESTIES and the PairrcEssEs, with their several attendants, took an airing in the

THE II 0 L Yesterday morning Tntitt MAJESTIES and the PairrcEssEs, with their several attendants, took an airing in the

neighbourhood of Brentford and Ealing.
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England