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The MN . DCY GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. AVEDI , ESDAY, NOV ti ‘l LE R 271 1805. ADMIIt.4LTY-OFFICE, NOVEMBER 27, 1805. - of a Leter received last night by the -Hon, Captain fICKWOOD, from -Vice Admiral Lord COLLINGWOOn, 'Commander it Chief of His Majesty's ships'. and 'vessels in th
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
BANKS OF THE MAINE, FEB. T 5.

BANKS OF THE MAINE, FEB. T 5.

The whole of the French Army on the right bank of the Rhine is estimated at 100,000 men. It forms a i ihain extending from the frontiers of Westphalia to the Upper Palatinate. • - FRONTIERS OF SAXONY, FEB. 21. - The ELECTOR: of HESSE CASSEL, according to'the late Convention betw
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
WARSAW, FEB. 24.

WARSAW, FEB. 24.

_ The army of Generals and has taken quarters of cantonment in the vicinity of Dubno, within a district of square (German) miles. The Generals KUTUSOW, BUXHOWDEN, LAN-6ERON, WOIKOWSKY, BERG, MuLLEit, and BOGELA_NORS, have their quarters in Dubno, 'and according to the preparatio
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
TEN THOUSAND POUNDS.

TEN THOUSAND POUNDS.

Swivr & Co. NQ: 11,- POULTRY, are sellinft the TICKETS and SHARES of the present .Lotterit warraated undrawn.—The tirst-dra.wn Ticket on Saturday nex, will receive, Ten Thousand Pounds • and the next Da . y of Drawing, the first Tieliet will be el:aided to Z 20,000. All the.,hig
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
nto.3lTHE'lltE'Nga AND DUTCII PAPEM. VARIS, OCT. 8.

nto.3lTHE'lltE'Nga AND DUTCII PAPEM. VARIS, OCT. 8.

AND DUTCII PAPEM. VARIS, OCT. 8. Pursuant ; to a Circular Letter from the Minister of the Interior, all the Prefeets in the different Departments have opened registers fv.. entering the names of such young men as do not belong to the conscription, and anise to serve in the EM Gua
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
Tii E THEATRES.

Tii E THEATRES.

Dnunv-LANr..—The interesting Drama of "As You IT" brought forward last night the fascinating JounAN, in Rosalind, with the most happy effect. Her, description of whom Time ambles withal —whom Time gallops withal—and whom Time stands still withal," was given in a didactic pleasan
October 17, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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,COVENT-OARDEn the Play Bills of yesterday, Mr. CooKE was announced for the part of Sir Pertinax Mac Syeopliant, in the Comedy nf " THE MAN ot , tiff: Wo tun," as having recovered from his late severe indisposition, and the Theatre in consequence boasted avery numerous attendanc
November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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November 28, 1805 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, WORCESTERSHIRE.

A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, WORCESTERSHIRE.

TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT; a eapital stone-built MANSION lIOUSE called Bradford House, with the courts, yards, and fish=ponds adjoining, excel. lent stabling, .coach-house, dove-house, and other commodibut offices and buildings detached, with good walled gardens, Well cropp
March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England
 
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March 13, 1806 - London Evening Post - London, London, England