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A CAUTION.

A CAUTION.

WHEREAS, a certain Chef des Brigands, called Napoleon alias Emperor of France ! alias King of Italy, &c. has, by a pn:►lication bearing his name, and dated from Brussels, July :30 (see Foreign Intelligence), allowed letters to go from this country to France, containing remittanc
September 1, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
THE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR scription, not as a measure dictated by motives of national policy and benefit but as the copy

THE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR scription, not as a measure dictated by motives of national policy and benefit but as the copy

of a similar measure originated by a great Continental Power, and adopted only from a congeniality of designs and sentiments with that Power. IMPERIAL PARLIziII ENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Mintday, June 24. Earl GREY rose to call the attention of their Lordships, and of his Majesty's M
June 30, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
I.j tl ,ated; by instituting a new of legal tender, which. not be liable to any- of the inconveniences which

I.j tl ,ated; by instituting a new of legal tender, which. not be liable to any- of the inconveniences which

"Id arise from Bank Notes being made legal tenders, the impossibility of ascertaining in some cases ether they were forged Or not. He was certain that simple measure which he had to propose would very (if adopted). completely remedy them. He in,74hleed the case of a person, who,
June 30, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
MR. STEWART KYD.

MR. STEWART KYD.

To THE EDITOR O 1 THD_ANTWALLICAN. in your last number you announced the death of this Gentleman, by which philosophy has lost one of its most distinguished ornaments. As a Lawyer he was conside'red inferior to few of that learned profession, as a classical scholar he may be ran
February 10, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
Dissenting Chapel Ditto, per the Rev. Tl% ild• bore • 6 0 Budoek Church Ditto, per the Rev. E.Hodge •

Dissenting Chapel Ditto, per the Rev. Tl% ild• bore • 6 0 Budoek Church Ditto, per the Rev. E.Hodge •

• fi Penyan Church Ditto, per the Rev. Jer.-Trist • • 0 Stvthian's Church, per Rev. Edward Nankwell 2 Q Lodge of Probity, No. 61, Halifax St. Mabyn Patli Church, Cornwall, per the Rev C. Kempe Endellion Parish Church, Cornwall, per the Rev D. Stephens St. Merver Parish Church, C
April 28, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
LONDON, NOVEMBER 3, 1811.

LONDON, NOVEMBER 3, 1811.

A Lisbon Mail and dispatches from Lord WELLINGT OI4 arrived yesterday morning. The letters are to the kOth of last month inclusiv e ° For the contents of his Lordship's dispatches we refe r to the Gazette. Our Head Quarters remain at Fre i ' nada, and the army in those cantonmen
November 3, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON COtiNCIL.

COURT OF COMMON COtiNCIL.

koc l umlay a Court of Cammon Council was hell at Guild', winch was mmicrolvly attended. ~IItEEDOM OF THE CITY TO TIM PRTNCE REGENT. • • 4 1 1 1 N rose to call the attention of the Court to this tve .:!vt. respect to the origin oc the 'notion, whatit. were its merits, he could c
May 5, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
Pna-mix Fire Office 105 Walkers, Maltby and Co. W. and W. Geary Salte J. B. Creswell, ter 0 Hopley and

Pna-mix Fire Office 105 Walkers, Maltby and Co. W. and W. Geary Salte J. B. Creswell, ter 0 Hopley and

Lingharn 10 /4._ Roper, Hem-hill 1° 0 1° Wm. Edwards,jun, 0 John May, Esq.. • • • 100 Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount Bridport • • 100 T. Goppendale,Esq. 100 Luder Bins, Esq.• • vt Rich. Rothwell, Esq. 26 His Grace the Duke John Hollis S. Groombridge• •• • 5 Samuel Welch •• T. Chetham St
May 5, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
AND ANTICORSICAN cunomcrm

AND ANTICORSICAN cunomcrm

evidently' embarra•se+l from appearing time for the fir•t Nine before a nmetropolitar► audience. Her figure is ocgant, and about the middle size: her enunciation was clear and correct, and upon the whole, bating the embarrassment of a first :11►pearaucc, she acquitted herseif v
August 25, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
READING ROOM.

READING ROOM.

Hookhatn and *Mg beg leave to acquaint. the Public, that their Reading Room, which is supplied, with the Daily and Weekly Newspapers, and also With the Perio• dical Works r is open from.'fen till Five n'clock, theterms of subscription to which will,be explained at the Library. T
January 27, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England