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PRINTER'S REGULATION DILL

PRINTER'S REGULATION DILL

The fronse then wunt into a Committee lan the Printers' Regulation Bill. The ATxottNEY CENTRAL objected to the elatise which provided that the Printer only to the penalty upon one copy of any thing he plight Mr. MMITIN said, as the Act formerly stood, it WAS to print without pub
April 6, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MINCELL,INEOUS.

MINCELL,INEOUS.

Yesterday a Of Directors as held at the East India Muse; wheh Capt. Q. taincock Was sworn into the command of the new ship Charles Mills ; being the last destined to Bombay this season. 14. Peart, Esq. second Clerk in the Seeretery`s Office, resigned the Company's service. It is
April 6, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
A TRIBUTE OF FRIENTSHIP

A TRIBUTE OF FRIENTSHIP

TO TOE MEMORY OF . WILLIAM BOSCAWEN, Esq. SHALL worth and learning to the grave descend, Without one tribute from an early friend? Forbid it all the feelings that inspire, And feed the flame of Friendship's sacred are! koscawen's gone—his death's a blow severe, 4 Ard while his c
May 21, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
it . .!ct, be Int'd 'eininouniettka the airte 'to The eretary tor which purpose a Special Committee had been called,

it . .!ct, be Int'd 'eininouniettka the airte 'to The eretary tor which purpose a Special Committee had been called,

and he Leld in his band a letter Upon•the subject, which be bad -received since he had been in that Court, and whiCh he desired might he read. —The letter-avowed, that it never Was the intention the subscribers to build the same in the City. Mr. John Pullen was, elected a Govern
March 9, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Wheat • Eti.rtey Oats

Wheat • Eti.rtey Oats

March 9, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
CHESHIRE,

CHESHIRE,

_ w This Day was pnblished, haint.OMely printed in Quarto, with numerous Engravings of Nl'aps,'Antiquities, &c. Price 3s. in Board.; a tew, Copier Imperial Paper, with proof Impressions, Price SI. 55. VQLIJ ME the SELOND, PART 11. containing C 11E.SHIREr.-,of • lAC;Ngrapbilical
June 13, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Yesterday J. Madden and London were charged at the Mantion-hotnw, with itealing t.rtPru the ve:•sun of N. :Moravia, a negro boy, 4 silver - prosectitinustated; in hrOken English, that he was the servant Of a .(iantlentaii in old .Coinpton-street, Mid . on Saturday'evening., when
April 25, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
.I,ON UON.

.I,ON UON.

F.RIAL PA RLI AMENT. . I lOUSE OF LORDS, Wedneiday, April 24. The House met 14 the first time since the holidafs, when the.Forcilitt Ambassadors', Salary Bill ,F*ul a, third be, rest of the Bills MI the %vele for . w4rderl , in.Owir. respective stages. The Earl,of Ltvkatabqt gav
April 25, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
.111- 'VALKEA'S PRONOUNCING OICTIONARY, Complete in octavo.• • This Day nes published, In one large volume„octayo, without the smallest alsridgement,

.111- 'VALKEA'S PRONOUNCING OICTIONARY, Complete in octavo.• • This Day nes published, In one large volume„octayo, without the smallest alsridgement,

price I4s. in hard, a new edition, being the nimb i nf. A CRITICAL PRONOUNCING NARY, and Expositor of the English Language. By JOHN WALKER, Author of Elements of Elocution, Rhyming Dictionary, Scc. Printed fur T. Cadtil and W. Davies, Strand; and J. Johnson and Co. St, Paul's ar
May 30, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, amnar 27 FROM TFIE LONDON GAZ ETT C. TUESDAY, 26. PROMOTIONS. isi Poor, Lieut. Mackenzie, to be Captain. •

WEDNESDAY, amnar 27 FROM TFIE LONDON GAZ ETT C. TUESDAY, 26. PROMOTIONS. isi Poor, Lieut. Mackenzie, to be Captain. •

4atii, Lieut. C. Middlernore ; to be Lieut. Colonel. 70tri, Capt. Howard, to be Captain. 63i1, Maji.r to be Major. •Dilloi,), Mg. Lieuts. Chess and Camillae, to be Capt3itlx • Roll's Rrg, Capt. Courant, be Captain. Menrim's Reg, Capt. Fuells, to be Ca t rtain. ERENZT—Cipt. Hope,
March 28, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England