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LONDON.

LONDON.

I • Tr Circito of .falbion, Efr. MONTEM OF THE YOUNG GE NTLEMEN OF ETON COLLEGE. C eremony took place yefterday. The ap. a4 ce of the morning prefented a very un-41.141e afpt6l, both . for the young Gentle-' and their Royal Patrons (their Majeflies), 1 11 4 the Noble Company who
June 8, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
This •Day•was publifhed, • Price, bound, as. 30. a Dozen to Ode who buy them to give away. A New

This •Day•was publifhed, • Price, bound, as. 30. a Dozen to Ode who buy them to give away. A New

.Edition) being the Thirty-eighth ) . of - A N HELP and GUIDE to CHRISTIAN FAMILIES: Containing, I. DoCtrinal InftruCtions for the right informing of their Judgments. II Prgtica Direetions for the general Courfe of their Lives. Particular Advice for the well managing every Day.
June 8, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
" That, once the ezra at which their power to. benefit mankind was, by fo fignal an invention, fo glorioully

" That, once the ezra at which their power to. benefit mankind was, by fo fignal an invention, fo glorioully

enlarged: there has been no part of the world, in which the influence of that part of your Petitioners who. are Ancients has been fo beneficially exercifed, or fo fortunately improved, as in the Ifland of Great Britain, where it has efiablifhed the bell modes of civil and politi
January 9, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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June 22, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, J&rz 14. SITTINGS AT GUILDHALL.

MONDAY, J&rz 14. SITTINGS AT GUILDHALL.

MONDAY, 14. SITTINGS AT GUILDHALL. -This the Sittings at L , :ndon commenced, when feveral caufes were tried ; mAny were un-4iefended, none of any imiTrtatice. . During :he nr)rni: - g the audience in the Hall was very neify, and inacrruptcd the pnce_dings the Court feveral times
June 22, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
VOLUNTEER COPPc.

VOLUNTEER COPPc.

_Several clautes were propoled by the SECA E. TAY AT WAR; among which it was a&rec•cl, th 4 the power be inveiled in his ty by _
May 27, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
forward a treafure of this native, 'which - poles reit - tier - ions upqn the. ordinary legitimate tunCtions of

forward a treafure of this native, 'which - poles reit - tier - ions upqn the. ordinary legitimate tunCtions of

this great natbeal eaahliflnnt Put I_ have the fatiSaelion ter . thnk that Usimeafure Will, not give finalleft groUnd or pretence to infleuale or to that the B ink hal% not the moft 'ample means to t - riake good i:s engagements. I w-as alked by an .Hon. Gentleman whether 1 mean
April 10, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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gantly executed in ftraw, which has all the appearance of nature. The itraw hats, with high tops and narrow borders, maintain their influence. Wigs a kr Titus are feen, and fume of theni have been brought to the greateft p , rfe&ion. In the/Von:erratic: of Longchamp, Spartan hat
April 27, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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April 27, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England
 
art thing':ser tte, cbrreethecs, of Stenogta. r h;lls. •To the of recompenfing filch ; of the Clerk , . of

art thing':ser tte, cbrreethecs, of Stenogta. r h;lls. •To the of recompenfing filch ; of the Clerk , . of

the Houle as might fuffer, by this arrangrment, he had no objeelion. The fecond part of his fian related to the mo:le.nf ballotting for t Curnmittees—th;s the Hon. Member very trinutflv .7.'efcribed. The purpofes of his Bill sva,, that the Houle fhould ballot for three or four C
April 27, 1802 - General Evening Post - London, London, England