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their complete dispersal, and knowing the hostile feeling entertained by the inhabitants of Elmina towards us, and being also apprehensive

their complete dispersal, and knowing the hostile feeling entertained by the inhabitants of Elmina towards us, and being also apprehensive

that the.Ashantees, flushed with their recent victory, would advance upon - Cape Coast Castle by rapid marches, I determined upon retiring on it. I regret exceedingly to state, that Capt. John L'Estrange, of the Royal African Colonial Corps, died on the march from excessive fati
June 23, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SIERRA LEONE GAZE iii. X i RAORDINARY.

SIERRA LEONE GAZE iii. X i RAORDINARY.

SIERRA LEONE GAZE X i RAORDINARY. FRIDAY, April I6.—The Member - s of his Majesty's Council have the melancholy duty of announcing to the civil and military officers, and to the inhabitants of the colony at large, the heart-rencEng and afflicting intelligence of the death of his
June 23, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S GAZE'

LAST NIGHT'S GAZE'

WHITEHALL, August 14, 1824. The King has been pleased to appoint Dr. David Lamont to be one of his Ma- Pat , 's Chaplains in Ordinal y in Scotland, in the room of Dr. David Johnston. deceim.A. [This ("rosette coptains two Proclamations, announeing, that from and after the lit hi
August 18, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S GAZETTE.

SATURDAY'S GAZETTE.

[This Gazette contains a despatch the death of the King of France.] LORD CHAM DERLAIN'S OFFICE, Sept.lB, 1824. Orders for the Court's going into g. on Thursday next the 234 inst. for his late Most Christian Majesty, viz.:—The ladies to wear black silk, fringed or plain linen. wh
September 22, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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September 22, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Seplenti the 24th June eotliaTotbf to be punished ! ra t es for the e that everyequ eo or e

Seplenti the 24th June eotliaTotbf to be punished ! ra t es for the e that everyequ eo or e

pers°Tl ce 6 f or g old, in cons been At itrat'a. vi(ed any pi's ip I nment of the place n r !ciliation, l e l itch Governinent wv - we ived part of the,. Escbs ' for the of tßeml Ling against 14(111 in the la ill Brenda is CO ing reached Marstbo.ntoo ! le Greeks, Atd (l en. the
September 22, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
AND WEDNESDAY'S EVENING POST.

AND WEDNESDAY'S EVENING POST.

C °l " N 4:1 o. . OIN Ti . ,' LEMENTS OF USEFUL LITERATURE. ‘. C x ' TECHSM IS of the ARTS and SCIENCES. .•--" lia , a .. , ~ are th tended to form e bads of every branch of ON i _ Th e _, , of in fact, "an epitome of the they written is at once clear and simple , ZlNVlara te a
October 13, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Octo6 13.

Octo6 13.

Oct o 6 13. 1.41-61 Y M LI TA RY MATTERS. IN TIoxs t -------.......---_ °NCERNING THE APPOINTMENT OY PERSONS TO COMMIS• t er Mil IS SIONS IN 'ma may, &c. 6 ! ce has,t_c.onsidered eligible to hold a Commission in the Army °lntrii„ ei ±"rried the age of sixteen years.—All recommen
October 13, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
LOSS OF TWO EAST INDIAMEN.

LOSS OF TWO EAST INDIAMEN.

OF TWO EAST INDIAMEN. On Monday accounts were received at Lloyd's, of the loss of the Mary, Ardlie, from liengal, and the George the Fourth, Prissick, from the Isle of F;ance, both bound to London, which were lost at the Cape. The following is the extract of a letter from the Com
October 13, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England
 
At Richmond races the Silver Cup, value_6o_gs. given

At Richmond races the Silver Cup, value_6o_gs. given

• the Corporation, was won by Mr. Fergmson's Mountaineer:. Subscription handicap of 5 sovs. with 20 added, once round the course and a distance, was won easy by Mr. Lambton's Brigand, beating three others. At Monmouth races last week, the Sweepstakes of sgs. each, with 20gs. add
October 13, 1824 - British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post - London, London, England