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PARIS, DEC. 13.

PARIS, DEC. 13.

CAMP AT MADRID, DEC _4.—The . town of Madrid has capitulated. Our troops entered it to-day at noon. i• THIRTEENTH BULLETIN. . Sr. ATARTIN, *NEAR MADRID, DEC. 2.—On the 29th ult, the head-quarters of the Emperor removed to Ihe village of Bouguillas. On the 30th, at break: of day,
December 18, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PIIOVINCLit NEB'S.

PIIOVINCLit NEB'S.

On Thursday, as a bay belonging to the Post-Office, through Mitcham, with his hag of letters, his horse fell with hint ; at that instant, the loaded waggon of Messrs. Reyuolds, of Carshalton, Wit 4 passing, unfortunately one of the Iv heels %vent over his thighs, whereby the rig
December 18, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
'lll-1 E NEWS. LOA

'lll-1 E NEWS. LOA

E NEWS. LOA SUND.4Y, DECEMBER IS. IN the course.of the past week, our expectations of the final success of the Spanish War have been considerably eucreased, and though we yesterday received accounts by ,the Paris Papers of a disheartening tendency, yet are we not inclined to give
December 18, 1808 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 6, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 6, 1807 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE f3d.

PRICE f3d.

:rihnted tfiron4hont the 'Metropolis, and within the Tworully attettileil to. ' i•etreat. • he considered th e s t a t e o f the -Minis„ , ' try tnetiiseivcs o ne was at a less to characterize than). They popped Rad piped like the mane and a peasant's bufopieteif'they chadged si
January 28, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS:

THE NEWS:

Friday, ~ t he fith ef Felireary,-2. .14ivate Bill be brought inafterMonday, That tio tepurt uf a Private Bill be received after Monday, May 7. These Resolutions were agreed t 0... • Mr.. BANKS pOStpolle4 bismiiion for rendering perpetual the Reversion till Wednesday next. On th
January 28, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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September 9, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
UACKNEY AND STAGE COACHMEN.

UACKNEY AND STAGE COACHMEN.

The late Aet uf Parliament relative ho btage httd Rackney-teach.lien bids fair to be !sweating better than a tired leiter, as several toovittium have already taken place wider it. Oa Tberaday. a t the office in Illon.street, eight liachaey-coaclimen were *sins ickd the peualts 4
September 9, 1810 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
%.§ EXECUTION OF CAPP. SUTIIERL.I..VD.

%.§ EXECUTION OF CAPP. SUTIIERL.I..VD.

EXECUTION OF CAPP. SUTIIERL.I..VD. • On Thtiraday morning unfortunate Captain John Sutherland, late of his Majesty's transport, the Friends, who was capitally convicted at the Admiralty Sessions on Friday se'infrght. of the wilful Murder of Richard Wilson, a child of thirteen, hi
July 2, 1809 - The News (London) - London, London, England