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Tii E THEATRES.

Tii E THEATRES.

Dnunv-LANr..—The interesting Drama of "As You IT" brought forward last night the fascinating JounAN, in Rosalind, with the most happy effect. Her, description of whom Time ambles withal —whom Time gallops withal—and whom Time stands still withal," was given in a didactic pleasan
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
THE KING V. DORMER, LSQ•

THE KING V. DORMER, LSQ•

Mr. WARREN moved the Judgment of the Court on Eve/in Piripoint*.Onrmer, 11;sq, for sending a challenge to Robed Knight, Es.q,.his brother-in-law. The affidavit of the Prosecutor in case ; Robert . inight, of Charles-street,-Grosvenor-,ituare, F , 'squire, stated a,variety of aff
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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or --- - • - tot - , g ,nee; and endaiwteti. , as if he hal . be et/ e time of reading most cop.7posure , est emotion when !IrCtirllSt4l.llCCs tst be fully commit!' Mr. l 3li4llt. The se, e.nd the number vet to appear, will I ting. Arming the Oies . of very prer, hogs 7viere 'poW
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SURREY SESSIONS.

SURREY SESSIONS.

TUESDAY, OCT. 15. TURNPIKE MEN. .. t t , s ll°6 ert Knight, one of the Tol'keepers at the Ciro), Gate, was indi c t e d f o r assaulting Charles Booth Ist of July. or t he Prose cu t or , w h o i s s ervant to Mr. Brogden, Cla Pharn, stated, that he had followed his -..ter to on
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
and including the Bavarian army, at seventy thousand men ; but supposing it to amount to only twothirls that efficient

and including the Bavarian army, at seventy thousand men ; but supposing it to amount to only twothirls that efficient

strength, it is a formidable force when directed "against the flanks of an army. The object of this column appears to . be to perm- , trate into Bohemia, and force a passage to Vienna by that route; but there we trust their progress will be interrupted by the Russians, whose arr
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
-711 POLICE.

-711 POLICE.

- 711 POLICE. Y-sterday the day appoitacii fr r /he person CalitAin Beci.ct, &c. thither Cu Cm p_,oner werr: d.sapp.ointc.•d. The stchle-heel..., rs 0 ;an SeS tO ih prisoner, and whose dvpoiltions wel Icn Gu a , were again exami.ned, but, nothing came that the public; are ncrt ac
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Arrived.

Arrived.

November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIMi E.

MARRIMi E.

Tuesday, at St. Mary-le-hone Church, by the Rey. Wm. Groves, Cieorge Reid, Esq. eldest son of Georg 2 Reid, Es* of Watlington-hall, Norfolk, to Miss Louisa Uakeley, fourth daughter of Sir Charles Oakeley, Bari. Monday, at Kimbohon C,astle, Charles Palmer, Fsq. of Luckley-park ,
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
ILITISBON, FEB. 24.

ILITISBON, FEB. 24.

It is said to be positively known here, that the Negotiations carried on by Count HAUGWITZ, at Paris, are nearly concluded; and that France - has already sent her ultimatum to the COURT of BERLIN, according to which the North of Germany will undergo great changes which France ha
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
DROPSY.

DROPSY.

--- AIR. LUXINIOORI:.., of Souttvioiiton-Bnildings, Holborn, London (late Surgeon nt Uxbri ' clrre)acquaints the Public that he attend P a tient s in the different species of this TY,order Wlnch tieludes a;opsv of the Chest) both in Town and Country, and that he may be consultcd
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England