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Peace be to France, if France in peace permit 'the just and lineal entrance to our own : If not, bleed France—and peace ascend to Heaven!—SHAKESPHARr.

Peace be to France, if France in peace permit 'the just and lineal entrance to our own : If not, bleed France—and peace ascend to Heaven!—SHAKESPHARr.

"NEXIO V of the REFOILIIISTS of ENGLAND with the FRENCH GOVERNMENT. (Concluded from our lust Number.) Scarce was the wax cold which sealed the peace ; I ! Amiens, when Brionaparte determined to orga-12e rebellion in this country and Ireland, through means of those men " whose st
May 26, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
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May 26, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES-JUNE 15.

CERTIFICATES-JUNE 15.

W. and T. Lomb, Leeds, York, cabinet-makers,—J. Duckliam and R. Lankester, of Bread-street, warehousemen.—G. Medley, of College-hill, warehouseman.—W. Chatterton, of Manchester, confectioner.—M. Longsdon and P. Longsdown, of Manchester, and G Willion, of Ironmonger.lane. merchan
May 26, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
THE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR.

THE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR.

the editor and proprietor of the Morning Chronicle—can suppose Buonaparte actuated by the ordinary feelings of humanity, we must regret that he has examined too superficially, and judged too favourably of the views of the aatocrat. We cannot conceive how that gentleman can Clink
March 31, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

•G. S. Marten, Esq. of Sandridge Loflge,,llerts,.to Miss C. 'picker.—E. Stuart, Esq. of t o Mss E. Hodgson, of Bowls, Chigiwll; Ri'v. S. C. Fripp, to Mary Ann, the eldest clanAlitcr of N. l' , )eoek, 'Esq. Great George-Street, Westintubter.—Mr. Daniel Dann, Of Flunton, Kent, to
September 8, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF TUE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR.

TO THE EDITOR OF TUE ANTIGALLICAN MONITOR.

Sir—l entreat of your philanthropy and patriotism to communicate the following important fact to the British Public, and to all other nations :—ln the year eighty-three of last century, I purchased an annuity on my life in the French funds, which property has been treated with r
October 27, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
THE A NTIGALLICAN MONITOR. FRENCH EAGLES. When the French standards which were taken by our 'brave army at Barrosa were

THE A NTIGALLICAN MONITOR. FRENCH EAGLES. When the French standards which were taken by our 'brave army at Barrosa were

lately about to be deposited, with such form and ceremony, in the same receptacle that contains the trophies of our victories over teat heroes, and lawful Sovereigni, wo felt indignant that so much undeserved attention amt importance should be attached to them the Corsican Tyran
June 16, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
Nantes ofthe Pffic€

Nantes ofthe Pffic€

1811. 114 ,14- General D. H„ "" Dra: Guard; , ,- 1 etitenant Fox. 3d F tuffs Capt. Burke, Lieut. Heibert, d Thomas. 2 d- •fart.. 7, Foot—Capt. Erck,'Lieut. Archer. Ist Ott 23d Foot—pt. Montague, second Lieut. Hall. Fort—Capt. Humphrey, Lieut. Duguid, Ensigns King, ant' Va . ; cc
June 9, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
.Si.; A Li. SUULT

.Si.; A Li. SUULT

A Li. SUULT Was, before the lievottition, a carter': man in one of the provinces or lug he en deiectiti in a rohnery, at: ran avNay troth le lie viorkud , el:llSted in the viiel refitment of tne line*. When revolution In uke out, he aj course been, e a stain-xi', porter of libert
June 9, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS

HOUSE OF COMMONS

Monday, May 13. Mr. LUSTnNGTON - brought np the Reports of the Millions Annuity Loan Bill, and the Iniand C which were agreed to. KINGS ILLNIESS. Mr. WITITBREAn askedoi halter it was the intunti , ,n of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to prcroc, pteviuus to the next Mceting.of P
May 19, 1811 - Anti-Gallican Monitor - London, London, England