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..4N1101,T MAIL.

..4N1101,T MAIL.

HELIGOLAND, MAy 93. e communication with the opposite coast, is. if posv, more difficult than ever. A Captain arrived here tt, at the risk of his own life, bringing an accountaccounthav 4 rest of four persons in Hambnrgh, two of whom Lbeen sent to Paris for trial. Hantburgh is g
June 2, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
Pages,

Pages,

by ilor,rs each, containing a, Gentlemen Mom ners In the first coach_nriaadier General' Maiarido, Cola' el Murphy, .Licut."Col StOners, Capt. Arreaza. Second. ditto—Capt, Orris, Miirquis Apartado, Gen. Espenose, Maj. Geri. Baron Gcrame Third ditto—His Excellency' Admiral Apodaca
March 3, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
TUE ANTICALLICAN MONITOR. C. Pitt, of Southampton, statuary. 'R. Jerment, of Old-change, London, factor, warehouse- • Mall . J. Fisher,

TUE ANTICALLICAN MONITOR. C. Pitt, of Southampton, statuary. 'R. Jerment, of Old-change, London, factor, warehouse- • Mall . J. Fisher,

of 'Weeley, Essex, shopkeeper. J. Welker, of Webb-street, Southwark, rag merchant R Rigden, of Hatton-street, Middlesex, blacking-maker. B. Hart, of Plymouth, Devon. tavci - n-Leeper. T. Eddison, of Roniford, Essex, linen-draper. J. Cooper, of Oxford-street, Middlesex, umbrella-
February 3, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Bow-STREET—On Friday-evening, a young lady, of a very interesting appearance and elegantly dres,ed, underwent a final examination on a charge of shoplifting. The circumstances of her detection were as follow : On Tues , lay afternoon, when it was dusk, she went to the shop of Mr
February 3, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
LUCIEN BUONAPARTE.

LUCIEN BUONAPARTE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR. Sir,—ln your paper of Ist inst. you were kind enough to insert a curious dream which I had : amongst others you'uill see that I dreamt of Lucien Bnonaparte haying been proclaimed King of England by that party who call theinselves Reform
September 15, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
THE• DRAMA,

THE• DRAMA,

espicere exemprar rite ma -unique jubeho go; Doctum imitutorem, et rivas hinc ducere COVENT GARDEN GARDEN Qpened for the season ) on Monday evening auspices the most favourable and flattering• for the Occasion was one of SHAKE. (Romeo and Juliet), which choice in itself, great r
September 15, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

SlR—Observing in your paper of last evening a letter' from Mr. MOORE, on the subject of his new Opera of 117, I'-or The Blue Stocking, 1 feel myself- called upon to• dissent from that Gentleman's opinion of his own performance, and to state, that had I conceived it to be merely
September 15, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
£66,553 13.

£66,553 13.

100 0 T. P. Subscription at Leeds, transmitted by Me.:sws. Beckett, Blayds, and Co Parishes of Marston, Poppleton, and High Melton, Yorkshire, per ditto Parish of Stratford, Essex, by the Rev. C. Wakeham • • 0 The Rev. F. Annesley, Lydonhodge, Northampton 26 0 Parish of Bickleig
September 15, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
IRISH

IRISH

ART:I UR O'CON N OR—A General of Brigade on lift/f-pay, and ant of favour for these six .yearsast.—Salary d i: 0 s!erling per annum. Connirrr.(who was arrested at Hamburg!), with Napper Tandy, and conducted to Ireland, whence he made his escape) has been in t.,e.lrish Legion, bu
April 28, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
1:2t.;1.15it

1:2t.;1.15it

S - roxy. who was ti d and acquitted fir high treason i. 1179.",, is now in Fraurc. steward to aa Amu , ~c tititnatt of the name of Parker. 1)u. NV t :sy)X --who made his escapefroiti England, where •lie stood eliarited with high treason, is now iu exile, sixty leagto s from Par
April 28, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England