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Pluck SIXPENCE HALFPENNY

Pluck SIXPENCE HALFPENNY

April 25, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
_ . Slimily will be published, printed in ortavn, TH"F. PLAYS, with a PREFACg; Dramatic Observations of the late Lieut.

_ . Slimily will be published, printed in ortavn, TH"F. PLAYS, with a PREFACg; Dramatic Observations of the late Lieut.

Geo. BURGOYNE. By WM. HAYLEY, Esq. Printed for T. Cadelland W. Davica, Strand. Of wham niay be hail, by the same Author, I. The of Ts stPuit, a Pnem ; new edition, lardly printed in a pocket volume. price 6s. botkids.. 2. Poems and VS,iniix price las, in beards.
April 25, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
rARIS MitY 22

rARIS MitY 22

MitY 22 FROM Titti . l‘l4MlES OF PAIN AND PORTUfi A 1.. ARMY DOUTOGAL, • • " I has , . the honour to inform your Highness, that On the 2d of May, at day-break, I ord6red the hotly of , the army to POI the Agurda, at the bridge of Rodrigo, and to proceed, the. 211,upon Marialva, t
May 30, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
SIIIPMNG INTELUGENCE.

SIIIPMNG INTELUGENCE.

' TORBAY, MAY es.—Arrived the Theban fripte, with several Outward,bOunil East Indiamen under convoy. oiroera, MAYu9.--,Articed the Vulture, from Guernsey; the Pylado( sloop, with, Admiral Martin on board, from the Mediterranean, and is put under quarantine; and the Hawk, from, a
May 30, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
INDIA CatIiYANY.

INDIA CatIiYANY.

Mr. Gattrvy sait4, that previous to hit, moving a Vote of Censure on the Directors of the East India Company, for having divided a larger sum than their profits amounted he I.hould move for an of the Net Proceetts of the East, India Company's Sale, at 7111(1 other Profits, since
March 16, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
.IELANCI-101.,Y OeCtRIZENCE.

.IELANCI-101.,Y OeCtRIZENCE.

Ile Madras Papers lately recciied contain an lc' count of the loss of the country ship Charles, Dennison, returning, front Bussorah to Bengal, ' a cargo of fine Arab horses, , !aini treesure On CO the amount of ahout three lies of r u p ee s, liesidet a quantity of salt, which b
March 16, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT p4TQRS.

INSOLVENT p4TQRS.

On the for the third reading of the Inso veht Debtors' The LORD Ci cE said, it bad been underp stood by him, and. a Noble and Learned Friebd of his (Lord Elleuhurough), that the present Debtoks Bill shonld-stinul in all r. , spects like the Ist ; or at least that as mu i u the p
June 18, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MILITIA INTEIICHANGE.

MILITIA INTEIICHANGE.

The Rouse having, on the motion of the. Earl of LIVE n gone into a Committee on the English rind Militia Interchange Bill, STANnopr objected ton clause enabling those of a persuasion different from the Church of England to gq to any place of worship they !night think pro. lie wi
June 18, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

•May 2, W. H. Parr, E. of l'euto,ivilfe, to Susanna, youngest daughter of R. Mulley, Esq. of the same place. May 9, R. da Cruz Guerreiro, Secretary of Legation from Royal Highness the Prince Regmt of Porogal to the court of London, to Evelina Palyart, daughter to Ignatius Palyar
May 14, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
INCREASE OF PRoVESsORsIIIPS

INCREASE OF PRoVESsORsIIIPS

In these polite times, when, every school is acadtmly, every seliohhnistresia goverriess; wt: are not surprised to find that profuseri hips have he - eit on the inereme. • Formerly, this learned, class were confined to our Uniyer.sities, who had, immemorial, their rofessors in a
February 2, 1811 - General Evening Post - London, London, England